2014 was a weird year. We traveled to North Dakota (I tweeted a lot), ran half a marathon, played a lot of ping pong, then graduated from Medill. Mike moved to New York, and Tim moved home. Through it all, one thing was constant—music. I saw
I have never liked New York City. Whenever I set foot on Manhattan Island, my blood pressure raises. I don’t really know why I feel this way. If anything I should like it – both sides of my parents’ families are from the area, I grew up
I saw this on Reddit the other day and I thought I’d write something about how it seemed like a great idea for ESPN. But I didn’t, because I got distracted by nice weather and enjoying my last few days of having nothing to do.
A few years ago, right after Thanksgiving, I felt really fat. I mean, I always knew I was fat – I had been as long as I can remember, but Thanksgiving had made things worse. My button-down shirts had stopped buttoning-down so easily. So I decided
Football is violent. That’s part of the reason we love it. We probably encourage the violence a bit too much, but that is the state of the sport in 2014. It probably shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that NFL players seem to
One of the great things about starting a site is that no one can tell you what to write about. Well, apart from Tim, I guess. I want to talk as objectively as I can about a subject very close to my heart: Chelsea Football
Today, the NFL announced the next series of games to be played at Wembley Stadium in London, and one lispy Englishman was rather displeased. Roy Hodgson, the manager of the England national soccer team, has criticized the scheduling of the matches, as one game falls
Here’s a funny thing: it looks like Marriott sent out an offer to new hires at Deloitte to give them free Platinum Elite status for a year, but they forgot to lock the offer to just Deloitte hires. I do not work for Deloitte, and
This article originally appeared on Medium, but we wanted to get some content up here. Imagine being in Mumford & Sons. You formed a band, successfully co-opted another country’s musical history, and managed to produce a Grammy-winning record. You got to play with Bob Dylan
We’re launching soon, but here are some thoughts from co-founder Tim on what we’re all about. Stay tuned, internet.