Tag Archives: NFL

Faux Blogs And The Art Of The Dupe

By | October 11, 2004

Are fake blogs savvy marketing tools or the thin end of a wedge that will undermine the credibility of all blogs? Dennis Nishi has a piece in Sunday’s Chicago Tribune about fake blogs or faux blogs, a topic I’ve blazed off about before. He points to Beta-7, a fake blog conceived, if that’s the right word, by the New… Read More »

Software: Footballers Ahoy

By | July 17, 2003

 Electronic Arts Inc. has launched the 2004 version of NCAA Football 2004, the number two selling football game behind Madden NFL. It has 20 new mascots, over 150 new teams, new pre-game tunnel presentations, and an online competition for the PlayStation 2 version something called a “Talk in-game chat”. I have no idea how that last bit works,… Read More »