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Let Me Tell You About #the2300

June 3, 2011

I’ve been a huge fan of Dallas-based sports radio station “The Ticket” since way back in its second year of existence, 1995.  So much so, that me and a couple of other guys started a website for one of the drive-time shows, The HardLine, back in 1997.  That site, hardliners.com, went by the wayside over a decade ago, but I’ve continued to be a loyal listener (a “P1”) ever since.

One of the main reasons we started hardliners.com was to extend the community of Ticket listeners to the (then) new online frontier known as The Internet.  Back in the mid-to-late-’90s, things were still in the very early stages of technological evolution, so it’s taken until now for this concept to be successfully executed with the proper technology.

Thanks to the miracle of Twitter and a few enterprising P1s, an online community of Ticket listeners called #the2300 has totally revolutionized the internet P1 experience.  Named for the military term indicating 11:00 p.m., #the2300 not only allows die-hard P1s to indulge in late-night banter and repartee from the comfort of their PC, laptop or mobile phone, but it even allows them to ask questions in real time to a variety of local sports media and athletes who often show up to be “Twitterviewed.”

Now that I’ve finally gotten with the program and become a proud member of #the2300, what are you waiting for?  As Rhynes would say, “Fun is going on.”

For more info, check out their website at the2300.com

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. mexicanjunior permalink
    June 4, 2011 9:30 am

    Biggest “yes man” blog post ever…the equivalent of going to a Ticketstock with a hardliners.com cap on and waiting for the “I remember you” greetings to flow in…working this into my set.

    • June 4, 2011 9:34 am

      dangit…stop shake laughing

  2. 1310ticketless permalink
    June 4, 2011 2:05 am

    Good post man… I am happy to have you on board! Cheers!

    • June 4, 2011 8:53 am

      Thanks!

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