Weekly Notes: October 25, 2007

It’s been a while since I did one of these posts.  Let’s hope I remember how it works. First, a few football lists: [TABLE=1] [TABLE=2] Now, a few other notes: I’ve been playing a lot of Xbox 360 recently, and I told myself that I wasn’t going to buy NCAA Football 08 (a game I […]


Back online?

I’m not really sure, but I’m going to make an attempt this weekend to import all of my Blogger posts (jfwiii.blogspot.com if you haven’t been over there) into this blog, and hopefully I can move on to more important things.  I’m also planning on updating the Braves WPA page to include season-ending stats, since my […]


I’m determined to stick to some kind of schedule of posts even if my regular site continues not to function. Here’s what I have planned: Today (Tuesday): Nickel Creek concert review Wednesday: First look at Basketball Prospectus Thursday: State of the basketball blog, including a schedule of basketball posts Friday: Notes and NCAA/NFL power rankings […]

Month-end Meta: July 2007

Now that July is out of the way, there are lots of people thinking about going back to school.  Fortunately, I’m not one of them. Moving on…I present the top searches that led people to this little site, in terms of volume: Mississippi Braves Rotation “Baseball” or some similarly generic search about the sport Anything […]

Month-end Meta: June 2007

Another month is in the books, and this is what happened in this corner of the web. Top searches for June: ESPN/CWS/Win Probability or some combination thereof: 61 “Baseball:” 13 Searches for my name: 11 Random searches for various Braves minor leaguers: about 10 I applaud your persistence if you made it here by searching […]

Month-end meta: May 2007

Traffic on this site surged in May, but getting linked from Switchfoot’s official site will do that for you.  It wasn’t really a big deal, because the creator of the switchfeed.com news site was hired by the band to do the news section of their site.  So, when Switchfeed linked to my review of Oh! Gravity […]