Of Tennis Scores and High Tech

“Djokovic thrashes Nadal in Paris” http://bit.ly/2mt1wJ … Bummer, I wish I hadn’t seen that headline. But, it’s getting hard to avoid catchy headlines that can spoil a match I haven’t seen yet.

I like how content is syndicated and fed to my Twitter and I can look up tennis schedules, scores and gossip. But the drawback to all that easy of access is that all content is often spread onto a bunch of different Facebook type media and blogs.

It’s happened time and again. I log onto Twitter – and boom – breaking news, match result headline: 6-4, 6-2. I have to remind myself to not touch my laptop or iPhone if I missed a match I still wanna see.

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