Sorry for the lack of updates over the last couple of weeks, the holidays plus starting a new job in December has zapped all of my free time lately. The baseball world hasn’t exactly been ablaze with baseball news either, so maybe my short time off isn’t so bad. How many times can I write about Noah Lowry in the offseason anyways? Three or more times is already too much.
Anyways, I hope that all had a pleasant holiday break and that the New Year has started well. I’ve got some ideas that I’ve been thinking about over the holidays between eggnog and massive amounts of food, ideas that I’ll hopefully get posted within the next few days.
In the today’s baseball news, Kenny Williams continues to make Brian Sabean look like a not-so-bad GM. Jeez Kenny.
And one tech-related question to go with this off-topic post, does anyone have any experience with running the Linux distro Xubuntu and streaming MLB.Com videos? I decided to give up on Windows XP after getting frustrated with the sluggishness of the OS. Linux so far is really, really nice but I’m a newbie at best and I’m not sure how to get something like the MLB games to stream in my current video player (Using MPlayer Movie Player right now). I’ve done some cursory searches on the subject but I haven’t found much.
Any help would be greatly appreciated from this baseball starved geek.