Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Athletic Budget Explained (hopefully)

Just until I figure out how to embed a click-through slide show. file:///Users/jamesdehaven/Desktop/publish_to_web/index.html Advertisements

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People Who Produce Things

I don’t deserve to be doing yet another link dump thingy, as that means my blog is officially just 2/3 aggregator at this point, but I swear I’ll post more actual work as soon as I stop being miserably sick … Continue reading

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God I hope he doesn’t go to the Raiders…

Colin Kaepernick continues to surprise and impress, posting a 4.53 in the 40-yard dash today at the NFL combine. His was the second-fastest time among all quarterbacks and six-tenths of a second faster than noted “icon and entertainer” Cam Newton, … Continue reading

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People Who Produce Things

…as in actual, original content. Here are a few of them: L. Jon Wertheim imagines what 2011 looks like without the NFL. The downside: The temporary (?) collapse of a $4 billion fantasy football industry. The upside, if your into … Continue reading

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First Post

^The header^ is a Venn diagram explaining the Greater Fool Theory that I stole off of behaviorgap.com which is an entire site dedicated to awesome sketches and charts that are occasionally economics-themed. Here’s the full picture, since I had to … Continue reading

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