Welcome to another wonderful edition of The Link Connection, brought to you on Thursdays, where we spread some link love.Â (Gotta give back what's been given to you, amirite?!)
The launch of the multi-blog project I was hinting at was yesterday.Â If you didn't catch the first part of the “Create Your Own Azeroth” story, do so now over at Hardcore Casual!
Check out Drillpress's post on working your way to being the Guardian of Cenarius.
Duct Tape and a Prayer presents this amusing (yet too real) Flow Chart to help you determine when to heal or not to heal DPS.
Ever seen an Ogre accept an award? Now you can say you have!
The Egotistical Priest, Vonya, poses an interesting idea that I'd love to see implemented in game.
Ok, so there aren't multiple confessions to warrant a plural of the word confession.Â And it's not a huge confession, I don't think.Â Maybe.Â I don't know.
I've fallen behind on my Google Reader again.
For those of you that follow me on Twitter, you've probably seen tweets about my progress getting through my reader.Â There are so many great blogs out there and great writers.Â And as I find more and more I like to read, I fall more behind.Â But never by a lot.Â No, I'm not missing months worth of posts… I just usually get caught up during the weekend.
See, with my job, I can occassionally take a peek at my reader, but usually can't read or comment much from work.Â Not because sites are blocked (thank goodness they haven't caught that bug), just because time at work doesn't allow it.Â It certainly doesn't allow me time to write posts either (except that one day where I wrote an outline for part of Aerissa's story…. and that other day where I wrote half an RP post there…).Â So, I try to read through a few each night, make time to write, and play!
Why am I confessing this, you ask? Because I wuv you all.Â I'm a bit of a commenter.. I know.. so, it might be more noticeable when I haven't popped by in a few days or suddenly leave ya 3 comments.Â But I hate to skim and mark posts as read unless I felt I really read it and can take the time to comment (where applicable, of course).
And then, when I get caught up… you know what I do? I can't believe I have an empty reader and go find more blogs!
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