Monthly Archives: June 2013

DOMA & Prop 8: a retrospective on an historic day

I woke up today, cleaned myself for the day, and logged onto Facebook, as per my usual routine. Unlike most days, though, my Facebook homepage was filled with excitement over the Supreme Court’s decision to declare the Defense of Marriage … Continue reading

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Jason Kidd to the Nets coaching job

So, Jason Kidd was formally introduced as the Brooklyn Nets head coach, less than two weeks after he retired as a player. Let’s look at this, good, bad, and ugly style. He is a respected figure in the NBA: great … Continue reading

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Tebow Time in Foxborough

The New England Patriots signed Tim Tebow to a 2-year, no guaranteed money contract today, thus reaffirming that Bill Belichick is this generation’s Al Davis; always looking to outsmart the other guy, making the move that no one else sees, … Continue reading

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Rest or Rust: the eternal debate

The Miami Heat took seven games to beat the Pacers; the Spurs won the Western Conference in four games. The Heat had two days off entering the NBA Finals, whilst the Spurs have had nine days off. As they battle … Continue reading

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The Rise and Fall of Facebook

The phrase “you created a monster” is used a lot in a bunch of different contexts; however, one unusual usage I’m finding is in the world of social media Facebook was the “it” thing to be doing when I first … Continue reading

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