I am part of a WoW guild. I have spoken briefly about it in the past in a few topics, but nothing major (you know, the one I used to be GM of, yadda yadda). It's going through a change right now, and the people that founded the guild are mostly gone. It was a great guild and will be interesting to see as a "casual" player what happens with it. They are working on their 4th GM right now. I have a Guild post lined up for the future. This is of lighter fare.
I still read the boards, and Clawdia/Orvie updated a thread that was/is kinda cool. It's in private guild forums so I can't link it.
Since the guild was formed at the beggining of Burning Crusade, we have had 12 kids born into guild members. Hell, that's a solid 10 person raid group (with rotations, even). It's a fun thought - a group of adult gamers grouped by an in game tag sharing parenting tips for newborns (after they read the Yogg-Saron strats, mind you)
Puts things into a fun perspective when gaming and real life collide.