Joe Kukura Archive

Joe is a San Francisco tech blogger, sports journalist, and regular contributor to the RealPlayer blog. His background writing technical manuals and internet marketing content fostered his interest in web video, while his two years writing for NBC fostered his interest in cracking bad jokes. Joe’s work has been quoted in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal on days when their editors made particularly strange decisions.

Worlds Collide For The 2013 World Baseball Classic

Some of the biggest names in baseball are absent from Spring Training, because they’re all getting ready to compete in the 2013 World Baseball Classic. Now played once every four years, the “World Cup of Baseball” pits 16 baseball-loving nations against one another in a winner-take-all tournament to determine which country can claim the

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Super Bowl Recipes For Low-Carb Food Fans

Super bowl recipes often call for super-size calorie and carbohydrate (carb) counts. All those chicken wings, chili, and nachos don’t have to ruin your diet. Maybe one of your New Year's resolutions was to eat a little healthier, but there's no reason to ditch the diet at a Super Bowl party. Turns out there’s a

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How to Watch the Super Bowl Live Online

It’s brother against brother for Super Bowl XLVII, and oh brother are there some nice free and legal options to watch the Super Bowl online. When the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers face off on Sunday, February 3, covers the spread with a free Super Bowl live web feed.  In addition to

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Where to Watch the Presidential Inauguration Online

In November 2012, after months of campaigning and presidential debates President Obama was re-elected to serve a second term in office and now the Presidential Inauguration is just days away. For the 57th Presidential Inauguration, there are about 57 different web sites for watching President Obama’s inauguration online, for free, live, and in high-definition

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