Monthly Archives: December 2012

The best sports essay I read in 2012

The best sports essay I read in 2012 was written about R.A. Dickey (a Nashvillian) in October by Sam Page (a Nashvillian) for the Gawker-owned sports blog, Deadspin: “What The Best Pitcher In Baseball Taught Me About Prep School, Socrates, … Continue reading

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Remember this article from the New York Times

The New York Times article ”Snow Fall:The Avalanche of Tunnel Creek” is being touted, and deserves to be, as a breakthrough in multimedia story-telling. As I am a consistent “linker” to the digital work of the NYTimes.com staff, I will add my … Continue reading

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Grovo just declared war on me

[Update: See reply from Grovo in comments] I’m not a novice at this stuff, but I feel I made a rookie mistake last night when I agreed to a request to register for a web service called Grovo. (I’ve placed … Continue reading

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Great Gifts from Tennessee, 2012

 Last year, I posted some last-minute Christmas gift ideas from Tennessee. Those still work, but here are some new ideas volunteered by some Tennesseans. Related posts: rexblog nano The Tumblr-fication of Google Reader While I’m traveling, think of this as … Continue reading

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Marco Arment’s Master Plan to Revolutionize the Future of Publishing

Actually, Marco, the developer of Tumblr and creator of Instapaper, says he doesn’t have a plan, nor is his new creation, The Magazine, a model for “how it’s done.” Quote: “A publication’s app should be designed and built with purpose and consideration. … Continue reading

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