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It only exists in an attempt to prevent linkrot. No new content will be added to this site, and links and images are liable to be broken. Check out begbie.com to find where I'm posting stuff these days.

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October 6, 2009

ESPN 30 for 30

ESPN is producing a series of documentaries about notable, potentially forgotten, moments in recent US sports history. Some of these sound fascinating, and it might be worth recording the whole set, just to become more sports-conversant.

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May 16, 2008

The Best of "Manny Being Manny"

ESPN’s Baseball Tonight runs down some of the best WTF?! Manny moments.

November 21, 2007

Beantown Blues: The world has no concept of Boston's pain

“You know, there are infants who were born 18 days ago who don’t know what it’s like to see a Boston team win a championship in their lifetime”

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July 19, 2006

ESPN.com: Page 2 : Choosing my EPL team

Bill Simmons, American sportswriter, goes through an in-depth investigation to decide upon an English Premier League to support this season. A great read.

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June 27, 2006

World Cup ’06 - The Sins of American Sportscasting

I’d been watching games with the TV volume turned down low, the commentators were so dreadful. Switching to Univision, though, is a masterful idea, and one I’ll probably emulate at the weekend.

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April 7, 2006

ESPN Baseball Gamecast

ESPN Baseball Gamecast

This flash app on ESPN's MLB site is simply lovely. Just enough information to follow the game, with handy infographics showing the pitches and plays.

I'm currently watching stuff recorded on my TiVo with my laptop next to me, displaying the gamecast. When I see something exciting's happening, I can drop to live TV and watch the game. Hooray for technology.

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About This Site

This is an archive of groovmother.com, the old blog run by Rod Begbie — A Scottish geek who lives in San Francisco, CA.

I'm the co-founder of Sōsh, your handy-dandy guide for things to do in San Francisco this weekend.