Posts Tagged ‘ESPN’

No Spain, No Gain

No Spain, No Gain

Sarah Spain was the captain of the Cornell Big Red in the early 2000s when the Ithacans began to dominate the Heps Championships like no team before. She has since waded into the male-dominated sports talk business, now serving as a SportsCenter anchor on ESPN 1000 in Chicago as well as a reporter for ESPNChicago. […]


Woke Up In a Soho Doorway*

Woke Up In a Soho Doorway*

In February Fast Company ranked Quantcast — a media analytical tool for the web — as the third-most innovative company on the web, behind only Facebook and Google. So I decided to use it and see how the HepsTrack.com audience stood against other websites. Get this, you are more educated than MENSA’s audience and wealthier […]


This Is Harder Than The Vault?

This Is Harder Than The Vault?

This is sure to start a fight, but a panel of ‘experts’ have rated sports by the demands of the athletes who compete. If you could see me right now, you’d see me airquote the word ‘experts’ with my fingers, because it included Chris McKendry, Jim Caple and Michael Knisley of ESPN. A look at […]