By Vinnie Mirchandani on July 8, 2010
Sure, it has been controversial especially with goalkeepers but an impressive amount of research has/is going into the official ball of The World Cup. First, off Popular Science last December wrote this about the ball “Jabulani takes another step towards perfection with just eight EVA and TPU panels that provide a 70% larger striking surface […]
By Thomas Otter on June 23, 2010
Several vendors have sent me links to World Cup related versions of their analytics tools. Some of them are really clever. I can drill down into skills, real time results and so on. Neat stuff, mashing up data sources from all over the place, with compelling charts and stats, and good social sharing features. Easy […]
By Zoli Erdos on June 15, 2010
No, we have not become a sports blog, but when technology comes to rescue millions of soccer-fans, we can’t remain silent. And by not remaining silent I don’t mean blowing our own horn Vuvuzela🙂 The Vuvu has caused quite a kerfuffle at the World Cup this year. TV networks and broadcasters are fed up, those […]
By Chris Selland on June 3, 2010
This past weekend I ran the largest Memorial Day youth soccer tournament in the country – and ran it almost entirely online. This post describes some of the tools and technologies which helped our event to be a HUGE success.