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|Dec. 1, 2011|
With todays technology, is it not possible to take a laptop to the tournament site, hook to the internet and update scores and results as they happen at the tournament site. Scores and updated results could be posted every couple of hours during the tournament. Would really make a much better system for all concerned to know immediately how the tournament was progressing. Come on SSUSA get with the technology age and keep everyone informed. Would also make it much easier on each of you to do it while sitting and watching the games.
|Dec. 1, 2011|
|LOL, the idea is to realistic. The probability of the answer being that our entry fee does not cover the cost is usually the response. Of course at the games you usually have two to three reps from the SSUSA there and the cell phone to exchange info to put into a computer would be an answer. I say this because you probably would only have one puter at a given tournament. Not all sights will have a puter available.|
The hope that the SSUSA would use this idea may be thinking outside the box and input from teams and players who support this association may give it added attention. It's not difficult to start it at the next tourney without authorization.
Again, open for input by all.
How about it SSUSA?
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