Entries from April 2010

Monday, April 26th, 2010

Know Yourself

I once read a Chuck Klosterman story in which, as an aside, he shares an anecdote about the sports journalist Howard Cosell. Cosell once went out of his way to step in and break up a random fight between two strangers who were brawling in the street. An amazed Al Michaels, who was walking with [...]

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

Digital Madness: Future of MMOD In Doubt

Earlier this week I blogged that a new March Madness broadcasting rights deal for the NCAA could spell the end to March Madness on Demand – one of the most successful live streaming video programs to ever hit the web. Yesterday, the NCAA announced a 14-year broadcasting rights agreement for $10.8 billion with CBS and [...]

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

March Madness On Demand Or On De Fritz?

I’ve been paying close attention to the television negotiations for the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament. You may have heard that the NCAA is playing around with the idea of expanding March Madness to 96 teams. You may have also asked yourself why mess with the perfection that is the current tournament. Many, including myself, think [...]

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Awesome Website Bro: ChatRoulette.com

ChatRoulette is a new website that is arousing many folks these days. For those of you who aren’t plugged into the latest web fads, the website enables you to have web chat conversations with random strangers all over the universe. Credit goes to NY Magazine for writing the review that strated much of the buzz [...]