American Go E-Journal

Latest 2010 Yearbook Release Features Go Spotting

Monday April 11, 2011

Go was spotted everywhere last year, from television shows to French novels and of course films. In Go Spotting, our latest 2010 American Go Yearbook release, we’ve collected our reports on go’s appearance in popular culture, from popular television shows like Criminal Minds to philosophy books — A Thousand Plateaus – as well as films — The Taste of Tea and The Warlords and a best-selling French novel, The Elegance of the Hedgehog and even a blog entry, Eyes of Wood, Hands of Stone, Heart of Paper.

We hope you enjoy this Yearbook excerpt, which joins previous releases, including:
2010 MEMBER’S EDITION COLLECTION OF GAMES, COMMENTARIES & MORE: up-to-date collection of all Member’s Edition content from 2010 posted for review online or download.

: the American Go Yearbook’s first-ever World Amateur Go Championship Special Edition, an 18-page full-color PDF report on the 31st annual World Amateur Go Championship held May 24-31 in Hangzhou, China. The Special Edition is a compilation of the coverage of the WAGC by the American Go E-Journal/Ranka Online team — suitable for online viewing or printing out — and includes reports, photos and embedded clickable links to game commentaries by Michael Redmond 9P and the complete online coverage by both the E-Journal and Ranka.

U.S. GO CONGRESS SPECIAL EDITION: the Yearbook’s 2010 U.S. Go Congress Special Edition, a 31-page full-color PDF report, covers the 21st annual U.S. Go Congress, held August 1-8 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Special Edition is a compilation of all the coverage of this year’s Congress by the American Go E-Journal and includes reports, photos and embedded clickable links to game commentaries by visiting professionals. Also included are clickable links to U.S. Open and Ing crosstabs.

COTSEN SPECIAL EDITION: the American Go Yearbook’s third Special Edition of the year, covering the September 19-20 Cotsen Open in Los Angeles. The full-color 5-page Cotsen Open Special Edition compiles all the E-Journal’s 2010 Cotsen coverage, including clickable links to 20 game records — including several game commentaries — photos and the complete final winner’s report.

- Chris Garlock, with special thanks to Brian Kirby for building and maintaining the online game collections