The Winter Olympics are in full swing, and you can’t watch them on TV at all times. So when you’re at work or at school, how are you getting your Olympics fix? Sure, we know about the official Olympics site, as well as the official site from NBC. But while there’s a lot of good features and video at the NBC site, I also counted 11 corporate sponsor logos throughout the home page. I’m wondering if you’ve found an offbeat site to follow the games, perhaps a blogger who has VIP access, or a quirky podcast emanating from Torino. Let me know how you’re following the Games in the comments below, and I’ll feature the best ones in next week’s Your Take Roundup.
How have you followed the Olympics online?
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