RL: Received a payout from the content farm, which means that they do pay out and aren't a fly-by-nighter. A lady who has worked for the American branch of the content farm says she's been writing for it for three years without a single payoff hitch in all that time. If there is enough work, which there has always turned out to be so far, I am projected to haul in about $125 a week from the content farm on a regular basis. That's a pretty nice little part-time job for writing what amounts to SEO trash that I can fire off in five minutes per article, or seven minutes if some research is required. I estimate that, off-and-on over the course of an average day, I'll be working about two to three hours a day or 15-18 hours a week and making about 6.5K a year. It supplements my regular income and student grants very, very nicely and meets the part-time work requirement associated with the student grants even better. I couldn't be happier.
WoW: my Garona server 'lock, whose name I keep forgetting, dinged 10 and naturally went Destro. I was going to PvP her right away, but a kind person on this forum discouraged me, so all she's doing is questing in order to level and farming skins and herbs for AH purposes. She will be the moneybags and mats toon for other clothies on that server. I can't decide what to roll next. It coould be a hunter or a dpriest or spriest. I'm not in any particular hurry because, thanks to the 8th anniversary XP buff, my lock is only about to start the Gol'bolar quests, which normally get started around level 8 or 9, and she's nearly 11. She should make mincemeat of any of the usual three-mobs she'll encounter down in the cave. Fun fun fun.