Author Archives: jmaxmiller

You Know You’re A Philly Fan When…

This is an idea that started in my “about me” page. I listed a few things and suggested that if you believed that they were true, you were a Philly fan and would hopefully like my blog. Since this is … Continue reading

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Sports, Social Media, and The Information Age

Grantland.com recently published what they’re calling an “email conversation” between editor in chief Bill Simmons and popular author and New Yorker journalist Malcolm Gladwell. The entire discussion is incredibly engaging and is a tribute to both of these writers’ intellects … Continue reading

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On My Dip

At the suggestion of a few of my dedicated followers I’m going to start featuring some athletes who have tried to journey into a difference hemisphere of fame – the music industry. We’ll see some good, some bad, and some well, why … Continue reading

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June 7th, 2009, Camden, NJ

Tomorrow is the anniversary of the first time I saw Phish in concert. An incredibly influential, if not life changing moment for me. Here’s a few highlights from the show the proved that music is much more than entertainment.

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Canada Fund for Africa

Hilarious, but also really good rap my classmate wrote about a random wikipedia article. Check it out! http://wikimprov.wordpress.com/2012/05/26/wikip-hop-canada-fund-for-africa/comment-page-1/#comment-99

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NHL Cover Vote

I suppose this is late but last night the voting closed on the NHL ’13 cover vote. Claude Giroux worked his way through the bracket, beating Evgeni Malkin along the way, and making it to the finals against Pekka Rinne. … Continue reading

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Jonah Keri Hates the Phillies

 Grantland.com’s Jonah Keri hates the Phillies. Don’t believe me?  Let’s look at the facts. Since the offseason Jonah Keri has written a preview for every team in baseball, and writes a weekly column called “The 30,” in which he gives his weekly … Continue reading

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