As many of you may be aware, today is Net Neutrality Day, a day where many of the largest websites are taking action in the stand in support for Net Neutrality. And here at Fan-Interference we stand with our brethren around the net. I’ve spoken on this issue before, but it bears repeating. This issue…… Continue reading Pardon Our Brief Break From Our Regularly Scheduled Posts
We are now on Twitter!
New Name, New Logo
So the last round of voting is closed, and we have narrowed the site name down to two possible choices. Fan Interference or Meeting On The Mound. Both of which I love, so I’m having a really hard time picking between the two of them. So let’s give it one more round with only the…… Continue reading Time To Play Name That Site! Final Round!
You May Open This Present Before X-Mas!
Change is in the air
We interrupt our regular broadcast for a quick thank you.
I upgraded everyone from Author to Editor. Basically it should alleviate the issue of everyone not being able to use tags and categories and such properly. (My bad on that one, still learning the software.) It should give you more power and options when writing posts. It will also allow you to view and edit…… Continue reading Quick Site Update
The man who made Joe West look reasonable speaks again. Courtesy of Philly.com, closer Jonathan Papelbon, who was traded earlier this year from the Phillies to the Nationals, and was also apparently born without a filter, said the following about his time with the Phillies: “I was one of the few that wanted to win. I…… Continue reading Papelbon Questions Philadelphia’s Desire to Win
Now that we seem to have settled on a theme, and our staff seems to be pretty stable, I’d like to take a few moments to get with everyone over a few odds and ends, and I figured it would be a lot easier just to write up a new post than in a group…… Continue reading Staff Meeting!