Discussion of Racing Data: 2019 Edition

On the occasion of the World Wide Web’s 30th birthday I thought I’d participate beyond liking things on Twitter.

Go for the Geeks Redux

A conversation on Twitter reminded me of a post that I’ve been meaning to republish here for quite some time. Although it’s too bad the subject is still pertinent!

Sign of things to come?

Sign of things to come?

Walking up to the Nelson Avenue entrance is one of my favorite parts of going to Saratoga. It’s a grand entrance that announces “you are now entering a kick ass track”. Every year I like to take some pictures of the jockeys for the prior year’s winning stakes races that circle fountain. Here are this year’s pictures taken last Friday……

One click too many

One click too many

Much grumbling has been made since the Daily Racing Form put most of their newish DRF Live section behind their paywall. And it exacerbates an existing issue – that there are too many clicks if you’re not already logged in.

Be Careful What You Wish For

Especially if it’s accountability.

Who's Ready for Mobilegeddon?

Who’s Ready for Mobilegeddon?

Google’s search algorithm is going to change soon, find out which industry publishers are prepared, and which are not.

Friendly Reminder: The customer is always wrong

When asking a question on Twitter leaves a bitter taste.

Low Hanging Fruit?

To me this seems like trying to recruit burger-eaters at Shake Shack (or In-N-Out!). The ABRV arrived at Keeneland! http://t.co/AazxbS6bgT #Americasbestracing #ABRlive — Keeneland Racing (@keenelandracing) April 10, 2013