Google has optimized Blogspot for Windows. Specifically, they've optimized it for Internet Explorer.
I know -- not good.
Anyway, I'm not going to be on a PC for a while, so articles are going to be without hyperlinks or pictures (maybe) until I get back to UMass. Sorry.
On a happier note, today is the 21st birthday of Kevin M. Wolfson. Kev is a 2004 alumnus of THE Belmont High School and is in his final year as an engineering student and collegiate cyclist at Dartmouth College. He is also capable of decapitating an ornery 390 pound bengal tiger with his bare hands. Happy birthday Mr. Wolfson.
Also a nice note: Team USA faced their first real test of the FIBA Americas Championships last night against Brazil. Actually, it was supposed to be their first test. Brazil has one budding star (Leandro Barbosa), one very solid big man (Nene) and one kid who clearly has game but hasn't appeared in the the NBA yet (Thiago Splitter). However, team USA had absolutely no trouble with this batch and LeBron, Melo, Kobe and company took care of business, 113-76.
USA begins bracket play tonight. This is where they get their shot at Puerto Rico and, eventually, Argentina (though ARG only has Luis Scola. No Ginobili, no Noccioni, no Oberto). Stay tuned.