Help Us Help You Help Us Help You

The most attentive of readers will have noticed a slight change in the sidebar here at NotGraphs. If you cast your eyes to the space just above the Recent Stories area, you will notice something entitled Contact the NotGraphs Team. Turns out, our Dark Overlord, David Appelman, has recently used his specific breed of dark magic to create a place where you, reader, are able to communicate vital information to us at Team NotGraphs.

The email address, I’ve been led to believe, very much resembles this: not+tips [at] fangraphs [dot] com.

“What sort of things would I email to this address?” is perhaps one question you’re having. To that I respond: “Any sort of content you find — on the internet, in a book — that you think deserves a home on this most handsome of websites.”

“What sort of content might that be?” perhaps you’re following up. To which I say: “Oh, perhaps some gift ideas or a sweet idea for some t-shirts or a celebration of dipsomania. Really, so long as it has nothing to do with Brett Favre’s — or anyone else’s — beanbag we’re probably all set.”

“Will I be rewarded for my efforts?” is the final thing you’re almost definitely asking. “Yes. But only spiritually. And even then not too much.”

Fin.




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Carson Cistulli occasionally publishes spirited ejaculations at The New Enthusiast.


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  1. camisadelgolf says:

    Can I turn the tables on this one? Can you give me a topic, link, or any kind of media to include in a piece that might be fitting for NotGraphs? I eagerly want to prove myself. And more than that, I want my long, unrewarding, worthless workday to go by faster.

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