Tuesday, June 27, 2006

FIFA World Cup Football

Are you, like most people on this planet, trying to balance your work schedule and sleep schedule around the FIFA World Cup schedule? Being played this year in Germany, the FIFA World Cup is the most watched sporting event in the entire world. More people watch it then watch the Olympics, or even the Super Bowl! Goooaaall!! I have to admit I am doing my very best to watch as many games as I can, even if that means shamefully neglecting my Blog.

Having personally played football for fourteen years (or soccer as Americans call it) I have a passion for the sport that is unequalled in any other form. Plus both my team and the country's team I think will ultimately win have advanced to the quarter-finals. Starting with 32 teams on June 9th, we are down to just eight. Who will it be? Who will reign supreme? Only time will tell. So keep balancing your work schedule and sleep schedule around the FIFA World Cup schedule, it only goes until July 9th, and then we will have four more long years to catch up on our sleep!

Sunday, June 25, 2006

A. Ryan Robbins ycopfiles.com Site Maps

A. Ryan Robbins of ycopfiles.com has created several sitemaps to better help you to find the exact page you wish or to better find exactly what page you are looking for at ycopfiles.com. The first site map links to most of the pages found on ycopfiles.com, specifically Law Enforcement Computer Information Security news and information. And reviews for New and Upcoming Movie Releases. The second sitemap links mostly to the latest and most up-to-date Vulnerabilities Exploits and Virus Worms and Trojan Horses analysed by A. Ryan Robbins of ycopfiles.com. Each of A. Ryan Robbins and ycopfiles.com's site maps was developed to enable you to go directly to the page that most interests you.

Friday, June 09, 2006

FIFA World Cup Germany 2006

The world's biggest sporting extravaganza has started. Is your country represented? Is your team in the FIFA World Cup Germany 2006? I recently read a study that found that most football fans cheer for the country of their nationality, not necessarily their home nation. In other words, if you are of English descent, but live in Italy, you are slightly more likely to cheer for England than Italy. What do you think?