You don’t know Shane Battier? Then you have to read this seminal piece about him by Michael Lewis on the New York Times. It’s worth reading no matter your interest level in basketball.
The Cornerplay aspires to be to tech blogs what Shane Battier is to basketball. Battier may not be the most athletic or talented player in the NBA, but he is a winner everywhere he goes. Part of his success is due to hard work, preparation and intellect.
He is the rare, analytical professional basketball player who studies in-depth scouting reports; the kind of player who knows Kobe Bryant’s worst shot is the dribble left, 18-foot pull up jumper. And defends him accordingly.
The kind of player who knows the best jump shot statistically is the open corner 3 — the corner play — and who makes it a priority to take that shot.
This blog is about finding the corner plays of the tech world. Uncommon observations, contrarian insights and hidden truths, once per day.
But it won’t be all cut and dry. We will have fun here too. Like basketball, tech is a passion.
Here are five stories on the cornerplay we’re particularly proud of:
3 thoughts on “Welcome to the Cornerplay, the Shane Battier of tech blogs”
It’s amazing to pay a quick visit this website and reading the
views of all mates about this piece of writing, while I am also keen
of getting know-how.
What happened? No updates since Jan…hope everything is ok, as I enjoy very much your blog and your point of view on tech.
Just came across this blog. I’m totally hooked by your writing style; it’s easy to say that this is more than a few cuts above the usual tech journalism we’re used to.