Boston Ironsides Spring 2015 Match Schedule
As I find out more info, and as the season progresses, I’ll fill in the chart.
Man of the Match (I still love “Bitch of the Pitch” more) links will be updated as the Ironsides website is updated.
Kickoff times in parentheses are unofficial and based on previous matches / tournaments.
Well, today is the final day of competition at the 2012 Bingham Cup here in Manchester, UK.
My team, the Boston Ironsides, have played SPECTACULARLY!!! I’m extremely proud of my teammates, one and all and I love ’em dearly. This is how months of hard work, dedication pay off:
#1 vs Manchester Village B
Ironsides 22 / Manchester 0
#2 vs the Golden Bisons (part Old Gold, part Denver Bisons)
Ironsides 23 / Bisons 0
Game #3 versus Amsterdam
Amsterdam 7 / Ironsides 27 (OMG Erion. 4 Tries. 4 TRIES!!!!!)
Game #4 versus Melbourne
Melbourne 12 / Ironsides 3 (our first loss in the tourney)
In the morning we play in the consolation round vs. Manchester Village B (the Spartans).
Video Updates from the Bingham Cup .
Featuring Michael Sullivan!
Today I spent all day at TEDx Boston. My brain is full of intriguing ideas; some I agree with, some of which I’m not too sure of, all of which have me thinking. Thinking more than usual.
If you know me, that’s a lot of thinking.
What is TEDx Boston? For that matter, what is TED? Well, you could just follow the link, but I’ll tell you. TED is a small nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. TED originally stood for Technology, Entertainment, Design, but the conference has grown in scope far beyond that.
What then is TEDx? TEDxis a new program that enables local communities such as schools, businesses, libraries, neighborhoods or just groups of friends to organize, design and host their own independent, TED-like events.
If you know me, you know that I’m a mind mapper. For me it is the fastest way for me to record notes in high density, along with recording connections amongst and between ideas. Plus, the physical act of diagramming improves my recall. Re-drawing my notes improves my recall even more, in addition to allowing me to tease out even more connections / references / reflections / refractions / contradictions in the idea space presented and represented.
That’s why I’m not going to say anything more about TEDx Boston until this coming Sunday. The mind maps I generated are so huge, that it will take that long for me to straighten them out. They’ll be an integral part of my next post.
Until then, Keep Thinking. Share those Ideas.