NBC sports website sucks. It's ugly and slow and hard to find anything of interest there. Do they even have an archive of Posnanski's articles? Because if they do, I can't find it. Right now I'm looking at his Big Read story about Jimmie Johnson, which was the most recent article that came up when I searched the site for Posnanski. His new article about Braun did not come up at all. On the article page, when you click on the Big Read logo with Joe's photo, nothing happens. Why wouldn't that link to a page with all the previous Big Read articles on it? Joe's byline isn't a link to anything either-- seems like that might be a good place to click to find a link to all his articles, but nope.
If you scroll down the page, on the left is a box with links to some (or all? who knows?) of his articles, but you can only get to that box if you're already reading one of his articles. There's a link at the bottom of the page that says Click here to subscribe to Joe's stories but the link goes to an Invalid URL error page. Is that supposed to be a link to an RSS feed or something? Who knows?
I don't see a separate page with his archive that I can bookmark. Maybe it's just me being dense, but his articles should be easy to find and on a single page that I can bookmark. Reading about sports on the internet is already a time waster, I don't need to waste even more time searching it out. I can't imagine the typical NBC Sports visitor is much more savvy than I am about finding his stuff.
I've probably missed a lot of the stuff he's written there, because the only way I see any links to his pieces are when I see a link in various posts on his blog, or when someone bumps this thread and includes a link in their posts.
I wish he had stayed at SI, or Sports on Earth, both made it easier to find and read his stuff. He also isn't blogging much about stuff that interests me lately, mostly just Hall of Fame stuff and tennis this month, so I've read far less of what he's written than I did last year, despite him being my favorite sportswriter.