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Bloggers Wanted: Online Passes

Oct 17 // Aerox

[When we're looking for blogs on a specific topic, we'll put out a Bloggers Wanted call. Check out the blog prompt, write your own response in the Community Blogs and tag it with the "Bloggers Wanted Essay Response" tag, and you may see your blog promoted to the front page. -- JRo]

Online passes have become a hot topic of discussion recently, especially with the revelation that Mass Effect 3's new multiplayer mode will require one. Your assignment this week is simple: write something about online passes. You can talk about how you hate them, you can talk about why you think they're actually a good business idea for the companies, you can propose alternate solutions, or even talk about how you don't think they're a problem at all. Anything you want is fair game, as long as it relates to online passes in some way.

If you want to participate, just write a C Blog, title it "Online Passes: [Your Blog's Title]", and select the Bloggers Wanted Essay Response tag. Throughout the week, keep an eye on the blogs and get some discussions going with your fellow Dtoiders, and make sure you look for promoted blogs from last week's topic, Integration.


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