This pretty much sums up all the things I wanted to say to fora posters across the internet, but just couldn't find the right words for it. Well done! This is a very good article and an interesting read. Now all I wish is that they will hopefully read and, most of all, try to follow this guide.
Posting in the right Forum is a big thing, I usually wont help people when they ask about DK stuff in WoW General or whatnot
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It may be true that many topics or issues are discussed on a regular basis, but if one is truly tired of seeing or reading those issues then I encourage you to write a guide, format it well, and use a spellcheck.Instead of repeating yourself (or reading others regurgitating the same information), make it accessible and readily available to everyone. This is the most optimal way to get new, advanced topics going in each of the forums. It has worked great for the warrior and rogue forums which have a strong community base.Taking initiative and being proactive can be as rewarding as finding that one piece of information you actually came here looking for, =)
Although this sounds a bit like my Journalism class, I thought that this blog is great for showing the perfect example of acceptable threads on this forum. I'll try to keep these ideals in mind when making new threads... (might be too late now..)
That's kind of the point. Journalism relies upon enticing the audience to partake in reviewing media. With so many different choices and perspectives vying for domination, one has to go to extreme lengths to get the ratings, right? That's about where I draw the line. Sensationalism is basically wrong and the essence of journalism should be more about getting to the truth, but before even that one must assess whether or not the truth should be known. Some things are better left unsaid.On the other hand, foreign journalism is often better than inward journalism (do any Americans here believe that ABC or CBS present news unbiased?). No broadcasting station does, but that's why they are in the mass market and publicly funded. There are plenty of people who like the news presented and these journalists or employees rather are more than happy to oblige them if offered the right price. That right there is the key which rings indignity in my mind. That right there is why I'm glad I never pursued journalism as a career.