I bought Starcraft II Wings of Liberty and in the box Blizzard was kind enough to give me two FREE guest passes to try out World of Warcraft. I myself don’t play WoW but I DO recommend it. (for more details see the link below: If its anything like StarCraft, it’ll be fun. You can’t really pass up this offer can you? You don’t need to have the game to participate. Just follow these instructions:
Enter your Guest Pass Key when prompted during the sign up.
Download the FREE trail client
Enjoy World of Warcraft FREE for 10 days.
Easy. However I’m making it a little fun. Go to twitter and follow me @ReidDesigns (tell your freinds to follow me too) and give me a creative name for yourself for Battle.net, you can use WoW names or Starcraft names, anything you like. I will judge the winner based on how creative I think it is and send you the pass. I am ONLY accepting name suggestions on TWITTER, so head on over there. BTW, I will not sell or reuse your names, those are yours, keep em. :)
My name on battle.net isn’t THAT exciting. But should you see me, say hello. My handle is “Stormalong”
Now the small print: This is NOT for profit, I am NOT SELLING these passes, they are given free and they are ONLY good for 10 days after you activate them. I providing themAS IS. I hold no connection to Blizzard, I am not an official agent and I hold no responsibility for gameplay, troubleshooting/problems or anything related to WoW or battle.net I suggest you read Blizzard’s Terms and Conditions. I also hold no responsibility should someone ELSE use your name that you choose to publish on the interwebs. Otherwise. Have fun!
I know a lot of people are so afraid of InDesign because its really about changing your habits from Illustrator, but in the end there is nothing to be afraid about. InDesign makes it SO easy to do things that you can double your time doing layouts, fire them off to the client and then have more time to play StarCraft! lol (or water your house plants if you want)
Oh. Little secret: If it takes you 1 hour to do it in InDesign and you normally take 1.5 hours to do it in Illustrator, who’s gonna know the difference when the invoice is created? Hmm? (You didn’t hear that from me!) lol