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Wrinkle Tribute

(December Solstice - 0608 UT, 22 December 2007 +/- 12 h)

Pat Swovelin †

On the Road to Eugene, Oregon

Ken Stuart

WoWing in Good Company

Shadow Hills, California, USA

10:08 PM local time (-8 GMT), December 21, 2007

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Rather than going out to capture some particular scene that might be unique for this Wrinkle tribute, it seemed more appropriate to stay home and show what we typically do on a Friday night at this very instant.

Namely, we enjoy World of Warcraft, a massively multi-player online role-playing game. WoW boasts a community of some nine million people spread across the globe who participate in this make-believe world of high fantasy.

Players create characters that they take from novice adventurer to hero of the land through many adventures against terrible monsters, evil villains, and even time itself.

In our case, we have numerous friends and relatives involved in the game so we rarely find ourselves playing alone against a computer. In most cases we're either playing with or against other people and that makes this kind of game most enjoyable, no matter where or when on the 'net you happen to be.

World of Warcraft

Sir Round Virtual Tours
Nikon D70 with 10.5mm lens. Stitched with PTGui for Macintosh, converted to QTVR with CubicConverter. GPS location recorded with Garmin GPSmap 60CSx.

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