King Kaufman Salon.com writeup

Beatpaths.com was written up in a hilarious King Kaufman article over at salon.com today. You have to watch an ad to read it (if you’re not a member), but here’s an excerpt:


What’s a beatpath? Search me. Here’s the explanation: “If a team beats another team, who beats a third team, and it doesn’t become a loop, you have a beatpath.” What’s a loop? “A beats B beats C beats A,” Siffert says in his e-mail.

OK, yeah, I still don’t get it. Whoa! Cool chart! Here’s a longer explanation, which I also don’t get. Ooh! Look at this one with all the arrows pointing at the Titans’ logo.

2 Responses to King Kaufman Salon.com writeup

  1. Jason says:

    I found my way here through that article, and I’ve gotta say, wow, pretty amazing stuff.

  2. Ryan Waddell says:

    Yup, me too. Great stuff, fascinating for a comp-sci geek like myself 🙂

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