The Facebook CEO suddenly turns up at today's Knicks game? A sports fan? Surely only of blood sports.
It's been three weeks of unprecedented attention around the NBA phenom Jeremy Lin. Here are three things I've learned about social and digital media (with only one Lin pun).
The NBA's latest star has been in the public eye for just days, and already there are seven books about him. It just goes to show what's possible in the new world of book publishing.
Ed Weiland thought Jeremy Lin's numbers looked impressive, so he published his thoughts on a basketball site--in 2010. No one cared. But now that site can't handle the traffic.
Few people outside of his friends and family ever heard of him a week ago. Now he's turned into a sports (and Twitter) phenom.
It's unclear how long the blackout -- which hits more than 20 million customers -- might last after DirecTV and Viacom fail to come to terms on distribution fees.
Basketball players and athletes looking for a way to track their performance and stats will have two new tools to do so, starting this summer from Nike.
If a deal isn't reached by midnight tonight, millions of DirecTV customers will lose channels such as Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, and MTV.
Cable Card has a reputation for being finicky and difficult to install, but my recent experiment with a third party DVR on Verizon Fios was pure cake.