The 2009 Playoff Collection

Accolades for The 2009 Playoff Collection

@Baseballisms I loved the concept of your 2009 Playoff Collection – I got goosebumps reading it

@Baseballisms THIS IS AWESOME!!!!!!

How come no one told me I had a tweet in the @Baseballisms ebook? Sheesh, and it was a good one too.

 

 

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  • butwait

    How cool is this?!

    We decided pretty early on that watching the Tweetstream during a game was a critical “add” to our enjoyment… and, in the absence of a TV, was actually a pretty good substitute. Thanks for all your work on this.

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  • http://befluid.com joemagennis

    Thanks for your comments .. you are correct. Adding social networking to the viewing experience of any live event is the next generation of enjoyment. We believe that the game of baseball lends itself perfectly to this type of interaction. Gather a group of baseball fans together and it becomes a great conversation!

    Enjoy the book!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Shawn-Collins/504429203 Shawn Collins

    You did a great job with The 2009 Playoff Collection – it was such a different way to re-experience the baseball games.

    In the past season, Twitter has become part of the baseball experience for me, whether I am watching from home or live at the game.

    While I was at regular season games from Yankees opening day through many during the season in NYC, as well as at the Angels, Giants, Orioles, and Rangers, and ending with Game 6 of the World Series, I was Tweeting and posting pictures to Twitter during the games.

    It would be fun to see a future edition with pictures collected from Tweets at games, too.

  • http://befluid.com joemagennis

    Shawn, Thanks! You do have a knack for picking some of the best games to attend .. I was following your twitter stream while you and Scott Jangro attended the 15 inning Yankee v. Red Sox game in which ARod hit a walkoff homerun. I will never forget how much fun that was. I recall tweeting to Scott that he might want to ScotchGuard that jersey of his before venturing into the stadium.

    Love the idea about including images in future versions too! That would really be a great visual addition to the book.

    Thanks for your comments.

  • http://blog.ceciliatan.com ceciliatan

    OMG, I love the presentation! And you are right, and awesome way to re-live the postseason. The layout of the book is awesome and the nifty page-through software is really cool, too.

    Now I have to get back to work. Will blog this later at Why I Like Baseball, though!

  • http://blog.ceciliatan.com ceciliatan

    OMG, I love the presentation! And you are right, and awesome way to re-live the postseason. The layout of the book is awesome and the nifty page-through software is really cool, too.

    Now I have to get back to work. Will blog this later at Why I Like Baseball, though!

  • http://befluid.com joemagennis

    Hi Cecilia .. So happy that you like this collection. Hopefully you get a quick heartbeat as the final pages are turning towards Championship #27. Glad to have shared the postseason with you, and doing a podcast about your book 50 Greatest Yankee Games. Now we just have to get you on to talk about the 50 Greatest Red Sox Games!

    Thanks for leaving your comments.

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  • http://twitter.com/mikebuechele Michael Buechele

    Just found this from Geekdads podcast. This is freaking awesome and a really amazing idea. Great production too.

  • http://befluid.com joemagennis

    Thanks Mike … glad that you like it! Hopefully it's even more meaningful to you as a Yankee fan :-) As you probably heard on the GeekDads podcast, this was a blast to put together and we are really proud of the way it turned out.

    Stay in touch!

  • jfrumkin

    This is fantastic. Honored to have been included and it sets a bar of funny for me to shoot for throughout the season.

  • http://befluid.com joemagennis

    Glad that you like the ebook .. We hope to put together many more collections like this, so feel free to pass along any good stories that you have. Our personal stories are too good to lose in the grand history of the game!

    Joe