Blizzard has now made available the "virtual tickets" to Blizzcon. Like last time, these include live streams to all the panels (including the ability to watch them later on), and various in-game rewards.
ps: We apologize for the lack of updates and activity, we're hard at work on a new forum, please forgive us. We're looking for anyone interested in contributing content to Starcraft.org in the form of news updates though, if interested please contact us!
Legacy of the Confederation (LotC) was an amazing set of (fan-made) campaigns for StarCraft/Brood War that spanned dozens of maps and included custom music, units, etc... Around the time that StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty launched, we learned that LotC was going to be completely remade for SC2 which included tons of voice acting. However it seems the project has stalled, as there's not been any news posted for quite awhile.
While waiting patiently for Heart of the Swarm's release (except for those lucky enough to be in areas where it launched Monday), we've been filling out Starcraft.org's Game Information section. The plan was to wait until all of StarCraft/BroodWar was finished, release that; and then work on StarCraft II and release that however it there is simply so much information that waiting until every small detail was finished would likely mean putting it off for weeks, if not months.
For those of you who still visit, Starcraft.org is currently being run on minimal staff (read: two people, one of whom lives in the shadows), thus updates of this scale will take awhile. If you'd like to help, please consider sending links, screenshots, or other useful material to be included in our info sections. For instance a screenshot showing off a Psionic Storm (for either version of the game), the goal is to really live up to our old motto "#1 source for all things StarCraft!". Though we can't pretend like there aren't any other resources out there, so we'd also like to include links to sites like Liquipedia for more strategy-centric information.
For anyone wondering: Commenting is currently disabled due to forum upgrades, and will be down for the foreseeable future. I have considered implementing something like Disqus, Livefyre, or IntenseDebate but I'm wary about things ending up too complicated.
Also: If you're interested in helping us out and have past experience using WordPress/forums with WYSIWYG editors (or even better HTML), I could really use some awesome news posters. In the mean time you can contribute news stories directly by using our handy new form.