Take back your time, and play some WoW

I’ve been spending way too much of my time lately doing work. I’m sick of it! Aren’t you? Anyway, once upon a time my downtime consisted of playing my guitars and playing videogames. Now, it just consists of doing more work. In an effort to reclaim my downtime, I picked up another WoW (World of Warcraft) game card as well as NHL 09 of my 360. Well like every other time I play WoW, it get the overbearing urges to keep playing it. I’ve decided to just embrace my addiction.

One thing i’ve been really jealous about is our Windows brethren’s ability to get applicatons to manage their add-ons and to ensure they’re updated. Well, apparently, unbeknownst to me there’s a nice little addon manager that exists to keep you focusing on your game play time, and not updating stupid patches for your game.

WoWAceUpdater v1.5 is where it’s at, and I downloaded it immediately! Well it was a double edged sword. I was excited that it found my outdated add ons, but it also notified me that Curse Client has a beta Mac version.

So use either. Personally, I’m gonna stick with the Curse Client, but I would try them both.

Joshua is the Content Marketing Manager at BuySellAds. He’s also the founder of Macgasm.net. And since all that doesn’t quite give him enough content to wrangle, he’s also a technology journalist in his spare time, with bylines at PCWorld, Macworld… Full Bio