Thoughtfully made available in early March, right... →
Mitchell & Ness cardigans.
Come on, MLB. People want to see your product and... →
I can’t believe this is still an issue, but it is. Five years after Jeff Passan wrote at length about the ridiculousness of MLB’s blackout policy, and four years after I did the same, Dave Cameron adds his voice, because NOTHING HAS CHANGED. Large numbers of people in large chunks of the US can’t see large numbers of games. This is beyond stupid. Get with the program, MLB.
Chicago food truck smackdown!
It was not a labor union that tried to sell you a subprime mortgage back in the...– Jon Carroll
Blaming the studios for everything lets another culprit off too easily: us. We...– Mark Harris on why movies suck (but not, unfortunately, what can be done about it).
New Kleenex Girl Wonder: Secret Thinking →
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SCOTT LEMIEUX passes along a pretty useful point to keep in mind, courtesy of...– http://www.economist.com/blogs/democracyinamerica/2011/02/unions
Bowing to the realization that Tumblr is just a better platform than Posterous, I’m resurrecting this here Tumblr as the place to stick all the links and random thoughts that I want to hold on to…