Introducing: The Sight Screen
by Devanshu Mehta
A couple of short months ago, the idea of a web site began as a series of conversations across four time zones over Twitter, email and Skype. The idea was for a fan-driven, magazine-style web site for a broad range of opinions. Opinionated, passionate but always fair.
Today, we launched The Sight Screen.
There is a section for Opinions called The Late Cut, where Karachi Khatmal’s article on cricket in Pakistan is a real masterpiece. There is a section called Replay for nostalgia, where Minal and Aashish (co-founders of The Sight Screen) address the lost promise of Sanjay Manjrekar. There’s a Stadiapedia, where we will catalog details about cricket stadiums around the world. And finally there’s the section that I’m proud to have named: Damned Lies and Statistics. It’s empty at the moment, but you’ll see something interesting from me and other authors there very soon.
So look around and let me know what you think. We’re very new, so there are bound to be glitches. Help us whack the bugs.
And finally, if you want to write about cricket, give us a shout. We want great articles from all walks of life. And here are our Editorial Guidelines.
Congratulations to the awesome core team: Aashish, Minal, Dilip, Masuud, Subash and Shrikant.