This is my latest post for the SeatGeek Blog, check it out!
On Saturday August 28th, the UFC heads to Boston for the first time with a highly anticipated main event between Frankie Edgar and BJ Penn (Edgar vs Penn 2 for the Light Heavyweight Championship). In their first fight, on April 10, 2010 at UFC 112, Edgar won a narrow and controversial decision after 5 rounds of fighting. This Saturday, they meet again in a much anticipated rematch and I teamed up with James Kimball from MMAmania.com to provide some expert insights beyond the fan demand data that we always bring you here at SeatGeek.
It’s been an exciting year at Hot Potato. Since going live last November, we’ve been inspired and energized by your reaction to the service and people’s appetite for socializing around activities and live events.
Today, we’re thrilled to announce that some of the features and thinking behind Hot…
Thinking that his devastating last 2 minute loss might be good for his career if it does go down as the best fight of all time he will have constant admiration as well as respect from Dana, etc. ala Griffin and American Psycho. This assumes that the victory would have been deemed “flukish” and that he would have lost the belt in an instant rematch.
This is a post I just wrote for my job at SeatGeek.com. It provides a first hand look at the internal strategy of a startup, with many flaws I am sure…but also some interesting stuff. Check it out and share your thoughts.
"THE INTERNET will premiere at the Incubator Arts Project (http://www.incubatorarts.org/) in New York on August 12-22nd. This is the first show we have created where video and dance take on lead roles in development in an attempt to stage the world-wide-web, fusing dance, movement, video , music, original and found texts.”