Oh no. I was feeling unconvinced about my book chapter (where I was trying to compare World of Warcraft to Web 2.0, oh dear, oh dear) and then a few paragraphs sort of came out that I found a lot more interesting and I realised that really that was what the chapter should be about.

Which is good. Except that I’m already way, way late on this and making the chapter about the better idea instead requires that it be completely rewritten.

Oh no.

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