Monthly Archives: July 2009

McLuhan and Baseball

I’ve been thoroughly enjoying a re-reading of McLuhan’s Understanding Media; I wanted to share this paragraph on baseball. McLuhan articulates something I have felt without being able to express for sometime. I think my interest in sabermetric evaluations of defense … Continue reading

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This is Not OK

I saw this late-night on an infomercial. Apparently, it was pulled from stores back in April after a bit of controversy. Now they must figure that the kind of people watching a midnight re-run of Monk won’t be as politically … Continue reading

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Baseball Blog

I’ve been busy with work, so posting hasn’t been a priority lately. I’m teaching another section of Expository Writing built around digital citizenship, so I decided (after some encouragement) to start a baseball blog. As the first post explains, I … Continue reading

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