Monthly Archives: November 2014

Public Transport

Travelling home today. Travelling home today! Eleven hours of travelling home today. Eleven hours of pain today. Home’s eleven boring hours hencefrom, At least there’s Sunday once it’s done. This poem is brought to you by global public transport – … Continue reading

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The 2-Cycle Theorem and You… Part 2!

This is Part 2 of a 2-part series on the 2-cycle theorem and how to apply it to Healers. In Part 1, I described how and why the 2-cycle theorem works and why it isn’t quite appropriate for Healers. In this … Continue reading

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The 2-Cycle Theorem and You… Part 1!

Theorycraft is frequently rather dense, and often its practitioners seem to take a kind of perverse joy in making it so. The same applies to science. In my view, simplicity of language and simplicity of ideas are of utmost importance; … Continue reading

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Dear Readers

I started this blog for no big reason – I wanted to know what it was like to talk to the void. I started science for no big reason – I wanted to know what it was like to find … Continue reading

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Liability, or REliability?

Someone graciously linked my Statlords of Shamanor post on Reddit the other day, in this post which discusses stat weights. I was flattered to have the attention of a major part of the community, and even better an interesting question … Continue reading

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Warlords of Draenor: Talented Shaman

Today’s post was written on request for Damien, who writes the Icy Veins class and spec guides. Originally, this was in the form of a short* advice document to discuss the Level 100 talents for Restoration Shaman – the contents … Continue reading

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A Debate on Sexualization in Videogames :: A “Review”

I had the honor and privilege to attend a debate at the University of Surrey tonight hosted by the Student’s Union’s Debate Society – the subject was the sexualization of women in videogames. The opposing sides were the SU’s Feminist … Continue reading

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