Dan Daly, sports columnist for The Washington Times, gives his take on sports and more.
Speaking of sports, little by little.
One man's tweet is another man's hiccup.
It's all about Witnesses to History.
Where less is almost always more.
Succinctness R Us.
Stop me if you've heard these before.
From all the hubbub, you'd think the Redskins changed their nickname or doubled ticket prices.
Also available at Costco in the convenient Family Size.
The early tweet catches the worm.
Once around the sports block.
The electronic version of Alpha Bits.
How often is the first quarterback drafted the best quarterback drafted?
Pixels on parade.
What is the flamethrower capable of, numbers-wise, before the Nats shut him down?
Or as I like to call it: microjournalism.
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