Blizzard has announced a new auction featuring the original World of Warcraft computer hardware to raise funds for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.
The computer hardware will be enclosed in a specially designed World of Warcraft case.
There are approximately two hundred ‘server blades’ up for auction. The server hardware was used in the early days of World of Warcraft.
Blizzard is hosting the auction via eBay and will run from October 17 to November 14. Check out the World of Warcraft eBay Auction Page.
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In a new Developer Perspectives series, Pitchblack Studios’ Sanya Weathers offers her thoughts about the dev side of things. Today, Sanya talks start up companies and what it means to work at one. Sanya is currently the Director of Community for Pitchblack Games, a startup MMO company working on Prime Battle For Dominus. She has been working in the MMO industry since 2000, either as a journalist, a writer, or a community weenie. Read on!
You canâ€™t be a specialist and work at a startup. You need to be able to do a little of everything, or at least be willing to take a swing at everything. Can you write stories? Can you boil documents down into interesting blurbs? Can you think methodically enough to simulate the QA person your company canâ€™t afford? Are you willing to run cable, take out the trash, host a podcast, and troubleshoot a patcher, all in one afternoon? Are you willing to be paid in goodwill and have faith?