is a quarterly football (soccer) journal that covers an eclectic range of subjects which don't usually receive much mainstream coverage. Issue 3 is out, and features, among other things, articles on the demise of Spartak Moscow, a World War One internment camp that shaped the development of the game in Europe, how nationalism shaped the rise and fall of Beitar Jerusalem and how Dawson's Creek explains modern football. It is edited by Jonathan Wilson, of "Inverting The Pyramid" fame, and it's writers include Tim Vickery, Barney Ronay and Gabriele Marcotti. [more inside]
is a lightweight, fast game of forming associations, which is, ahem, "based on" the BBC's Only Connect
. Hundreds of grids to play and you can submit your own, too! (The BBC site has a few dozen more
, in a fancier, louder flash app.)
Today, June 28, 2010, marks the last day of the 2009-10 session of the Supreme Court of the United States. This day will mark a number of historical events
, not only in terms of the cases to be handed down. [more inside]
Human Brain Cloud
is a simple but addictive mutiplayer word association widget with a nifty Flash interface, brought to you by one of the founders of the Experimental Gameplay Project [previously]
Ever wonder how much effect the clean air act and emission limits on cars are having on the air we breathe? The the State of the Air 2001
report sponsored by the American Lung Association is for you. An assessment of pollution thorughout the US. Of course my county received an 'F' in this assesment. How is the air where you live?
Certain things like this
irk me just as much as the next guy, but it always makes me wonder how it can bother someone so much to create an organization against it.