Live streaming web coverage of some of the 2007 Master’s golf tournament will be available online later this week. I was quite amused to see a “boss button” in the upper right corner of the screen:
Clicking the “boss button” fills your screen with an innocuous-looking Excel spreadsheet:
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I love it!…the Masters and the button.
CBS does this with their NCAA Tourney coverage too.
Gotta love it. While I prefer to play at Augusta National rather than watch others do so on TV, I think the idea is very creative. It would be the same kind of thing my students would come up with if given enough time to use their right brains amongst all of the standardized tests going on.