Welcome back to another edition of Niners Nation After Dark. Unlike last week, the weather is steadily improving out here in the Bay Area as we're expecting sunshine and high 60s/low 70s over the next few days. I am quite pleased to say the least. I'm spending my days in doors at the Barry Bonds trial and then working in the afternoons, but it's at least nice when I do get outside on occasion.
I wanted to use this edition of NN After Dark to promote the rest of SB Nation. NN readers spend a lot of time at Niners Nation, but I don't know how many people know how much the SB Nation network has to offer. I've had some people tell me they thought NN was an independent site. When you get a free minute, you can review a list of all the SB Nation blogs. That link includes a rundown of every blog and also all the regional sites we've created. Whether you want to discuss football, basketball, soccer, MMA, or Bay Area sports, there is likely a blog for you.
On top of the 300+ team and sports specific blogs, SB Nation has worked hard to develop a main hub simply called SBNation.com. While there is plenty of work still to be done, the SB Nation hub ideally would one day compete with the giants of online sports media, whether it be ESPN.com, CBSSports.com, or even sites like Deadspin.com. Our dot com (as I'll refer to it the rest of this post) provides hubs for all the major sports, with Arrowhead Pride's Joel Thorman running the NFL section.
When most people surf the Internet they will bounce from site to site looking for the best content. While you might get most of your 49ers info at Niners Nation (I certainly would be pleased with that), I don't know anybody who doesn't visit multiple sports sites in a given day. Whatever your surfing habits may be, I recommend adding in SBNation.com.