How To Watch The NCAA Tournament At Work

The play-in games—sorry, "first round"—are halfway done, so tomorrow sees the start of the traditional and comprehensible 64-team bracket that makes up March Madness. And there's nothing more traditional than blowing off productivity to watch the tournament, four games at a time, from the relative comfort of your… » 3/14/12 4:35pm 3/14/12 4:35pm

Your Viewing Guide To The 2011 MLB Playoffs

It's October (almost)! And you know what that means: everyone you know will now pretend to have cared about baseball for the past six months so that they can safely pretend to care about it for the next month. Prepare yourself for those unendurable office talks with the guy who just learned that the "J" in Pujols is… » 9/30/11 2:20pm 9/30/11 2:20pm

The Officeworker’s Viewing Guide To The U.S. Open

There is no excuse for anyone to miss a single serve of tennis or a single Sasha Vujacic hair toss at the U.S. Open this year, unless he or she is employed, disinterested, or has basic life responsibilities that might keep one from watching every hour of a two-week long sporting event. But! Just in case you're going… » 8/29/11 10:45am 8/29/11 10:45am

The Officeworker's Viewing Guide To March Madness

Since we did our very best to ignore the play-in games, the NCAA men's tournament officially kicks off with Clemson-West Virginia today just after noon EDT on CBS. In the olden times, watching the opening game required a 3D television (and by that I mean, of course, one that was more than three inches wide). No more.… » 3/17/11 10:45am 3/17/11 10:45am