Saturday, 31 March 2007

Chess blogs: best of the week

Two chess stories on the blogosphere caught my eye this week for wackiness: firstly there was Boylston Chess Club pointing to a plan to cover chess on the radio, If you find televised chess too interesting, and the BCM blog introducing us to chess and jazz, You got the blues?. Not on a par with Chess Boxing, but getting there.

I'm interested in what we can achieve with new media, and not so new like video, in helping us to learn, develop and even promote chess. So, it's good to see Boylston providing a guide to some of the chess video material that's becoming available on the web, Chess video goes mainstream.

1 comment:

Jack Le Moine said...

The President of the USCF has an interesting statement about the finances and services for the last few years on my blog.


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