OK, this is a weird semi-plug. A week or so ago, I got an email inviting me to compete in a thing called Last Fan Standing. It's a quasi-competition involving blogging and the NCAA tournament. I'm not sure I completely understand how it works, but I've been assigned a team (Maryland, so maybe I can talk to Steve Blake and John Lucas about them) and if they advance in the tournament, then I advance also. And it appears there is also some mechanism for you to vote for your favorite bloggers here. But I honestly don't know what that vote thing is all about - if someone has explained that to me, I missed it. Looks like the voters can win prizes - not sure what the best blogger wins. Anyway, in exchange, all I have to do is create free content for them related to the tournament. So I figured, what the heck? The first post was due before I was assigned Maryland, and I wrote it on Sunday... then as far as I know it didn't get posted until today.... and I'm at a complete loss as to how anyone would find it on their own to read it. I only found it because I wrote it. Suffice it to say, the Last Fan Standing has a few interface issues as far as I can tell. If you want to read it, go here and then scroll down to the third post. Seriously. No permalink. My favorite part is that it doesn't even have my name. Let's say you read that, thought it was great, decided I was your favorite blogger and wanted to vote for me.... how exactly would you do that? What am I missing here? But since I've done the leg work for you, you should just go ahead and vote for me - for whatever it's worth. If nothing else, it will move me up the 64 name list a little. I'm number 63 right now, since it's sorted by number of votes (that would be zero so far) and first name (should have gone with ClipperSteve).