March 18, 2008

Important news

So. Like me, you'll likely be at work when the opening round games tip off this Thursday and Friday. And suppose, like me, you don't want to get busted smuggling in a TV. What do you do? Check out the game online. Excerpt:


Got your brackets all set? Good. Now it's time to prep for Thursday's flood of first-round games—and yes, you can watch 'em all from your desktop. Your boss is gonna love this.

Lifehacker has the scoop on two ways to catch all the action from your cubicle, and luckily, it looks like CBS and the NCAA are making it easy on us this year. Turns out that every game of this year's tournament—including the Final Four and the championship—will be streamed online, for free. There are some caveats, however.

Not that I'm advocating using company resources to watch basketball games. That would be wrong.

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