I know 3 guys make up Flea and only one programmer. Is this a part time gig for Flea? I along with everyone else who plays fantasy here don't understand why it takes so long to have changes made. I beleive you when you say you are working on big things but what gives with how long it takes for change?
Over the summer we thought more big things will be ready for football this year and the biggest thing was a celeb thing? Can you give us some insight as to how Flea works...
Is Fantasy basketball streaming going to be fixed in time for the season??
So whatever happened to weekly updates?
The same thing that happens to all the good suggestions here, they faded into oblivion.
Announcement will be made shortly.
Thanks Doug, nice hint you gave us. I thought it was clear as day but there were alot of doubters.
Am I missing something - what is the announcement?
It seemed like an update to the system might have been made today, June 2, 2009. Were there any changes? If so, what are they?
Yes, they are adding baseball.
I thought fantasy baseball started already
the draft order has my lego colored blocks?
I have a gut feeling that these upgrades will be definitely noticeable. Anyone want to make a bet? :)
got ten on live scoring.
I thought they had live scoring (football)
The site may be down intermittently over the next two days. Nothing is wrong, we are just making some upgrades. If you have any questions or issues send us an email.
Anything you can leak to makes us keep checking back lol? :)
Doug, how about another hint? I keep coming up with you guys are working on fantasy baseball. Am I right? How about a yes, no, or maybe?
looks like he just checked in from Aruba.
In 2004 Fanball took over the fantasy sport section at AOL and revived it into one of the most-popular web destinations for fantasy sports. AOL offers Fanball's full suite of functionality from thsier falfship Commissioner product. Since AOL and Fanball are partners, maybe FF is getting an upgrade from Fanball...
Maybe, but how does a picture if Jack Kerouac fit into that?
Doug sure didn't throw us much of a bone.
He is from Canada and Fanball is a Canadian owned company...
CDM Fantasy Sports Corp. dba Fanball (Fanball, <a href="http://www.fanball.com">fanball.com</a>) is a Liberty Media (<a href="http://www.libertymedia.com">libertymedia.com</a>) company and was established on December 24, 1991, with the goal of becoming the largest operator of fantasy sports games in North America. Fanball consists of the assets of three companies that were acquired by FUN Technologies in 2005 and 2006. Liberty Media acquired 100% of FUN Technologies in December 2007. The first acquisition was Fanball.com, based in Minneapolis, MN, in 2005, the second acquisition was Fantasy Sports, Inc. (Fantasy Cup), based in York, PA, also in 2005, and finally the acquisition of CDM Fantasy Sports (CDM), based in St. Louis, MO, in 2006.
Today Fanball is headquartered in St. Louis, MO, and offers over 80 fantasy sports products including league commissioner, salary cap and online draft contests, fantasy magazines, online draft kits, free and subscription-based fantasy content, and news and articles feeds which are provided to many sports media outlets.
I can't find any mention of it being a Canadian owned company
Fanball used to be a Fun technologies game...
230 Richmond Street East
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But I hadn't wathed the company and didn't know they had been bought out and is now CDM Fantasy Sports... I remember them changing the name of their game from Exit42 to the Real Leagues, now I see why...
The American writer Jack Kerouac, born. Jean Louis Kerouac, Lowell, Mass., Mar. 12, 1922, d. Oct. 21, 1969
Born an american citizen. His parents were canadian.
Maybe the updates come Oct. 21st?