Sunday, December 15, 2013

For some serious fun... and philosophy about what is democratic?


Many crazy folks makes apps that no one downloads. Since IFF took the turn to social media - they have done several things right. And one is their own app... Yes it is popular. But one of its best features is the little game where you may guess how the main games will end... This is a splendid way to build the sport!
OK it is still rudimentary and basic and can become so much better done... so let us just add some ideas on how to improve this... thingy

A) Much more users must be visible with a full scrolling interface
B) Users with the same score should be listed at the same place and not be on a numerical order as now
C) You should be able to go back and see history files what you have guessed (yes more data)
D) Help files should be available to track playing teams previous performance
E) Guessers should have indicators if they are moving up or down in the game
F) Names should be highlighted in different colors if you score like 3 points or two..

This is how the game - and how it ended - for the 2013 WFC

courtesy: S. Houman

Steen Houman first we officially would like to congratulate You! We have a long time liked his Danish blog and in our opinion he is doubtless one of the worlds very best International Floorball Experts. And we are utterly happy for what he has done so far for Floorball. Thank You Steen!

For our own bragging rights we also wanted to include this image - since it in ways shows how you may work with social media to obtain advertising for your very own blog. Yupp we missed ourselves the third spot by one point - among 992 contestants - so we're happy here.

The President of IFF has now asked the CB to go figure out what social media is...and  We tweeted this the other day... just before this was mentioned.

Some people also say that your boss will discover social media and twitter 2014 ;-)

We think leaders should lead and not follow... but no more rants about that here for now... Instead the philosophical question of the day:
What is more democratic - to Read or to Write? And you can only pick one...

Our answer? Well if you read then... we will continue to write here and feel both utterly free and very democratic too!



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Caution

Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!