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Mon, Jul 23

InfiniteFootball GPS : Find Pickup Football GamesAlso this week, we released our first pickup football iPhone app - InfiniteFootball GPS.

Like the others in the family, InfiniteFootball GPS locates nearby pickup football games and groups of people wanting to play and displays them on a map allowing you to connect with people and play football.

InfiniteFootball GPS is free and our hope is to continue to build a community of amateur athletes who just want to get out, connect with people and play.

Click through to download today!
views: 174 | by: Tosh Meston

Mon, Jul 23

InfiniteHockey GPS : Find Pickup Hockey GamesThis week our free pickup hockey app - InfiniteHockey GPS - was released to the Apple App Store.  

InfiniteHockey GPS locates nearby pickup hockey games and groups of people wanting to play and displays them on a map allowing you to connect with people and play hockey.

Click through to download and try it out today.
views: 214 | by: Tosh Meston

Mon, Apr 26

Twelve Thousand PlayersThis weekend the Infinite sites passed our 12000th registered player so it is as good of a time as any for an update.  

Last month InfiniteHoops received a little press attention during March Madness.  The same thing happened last March, and it is so great that it happened again.  This time we received a mention on "Netted: By The Webbys" and "Thrillist".  We love both of those sites and really appreciate the coverage.  If you are interested in checking out the articles, you can find links on our press page --

We are signing up about 500 players a month right now.  As we approach summer in the northern hemisphere, more and more people are looking for games, finding our sites and signing up.  Last month was the highest month ever for page views and visits for and second highest month across all sites.  Third party identity providers (such as Facebook Connect, MySpaceID and Sign in with Twitter) continue to account for 15% of all new registrations, and Facebook is making up 90% of these.

Engagement on the site continues to be great.  Last month had our highest usage of the game "roster" (where people click "I'm In", "I'm Out" or "Undecided") ever.  Similarly, events generated by users doing things on the site was again all an time high.

Last week we integrated the Facebook Like button on InfiniteHoops and InfiniteSoccer.  We think this is a great way to get the word out about our sites.  If you like us, feel free to give it a click.

So who was the 12,000th player?  A basketballer from New Westminster, British Columbia.

Thanks for making our sites great, everyone.  Tell your friends about us.

views: 185 | by: Tosh Meston

Thu, Feb 25

Nominate InfiniteHoops for "Best Boot-strapped Startup"If you are a fan of InfiniteHoops, we would love it if you helped our site get a little attention by nominating for "Best Boot-strapped Startup" in the Seattle 2.0 Awards.

We really appreciate your support.  Thanks very much!
views: 176 | by: Tosh Meston

Fri, Nov 13

The Real-Time Web and InfiniteHockeyTonight I am releasing a new version of InfiniteHockey that reflects a significant change in the way developers are building new sites of the real-time web.

What is the real-time web?

The real-time web is all about information delivered to you as it becomes available.  For InfiniteHockey users, it means every block on the site is real-time enabled.  When you look at your game roster, you will see your teammates mark themselves as in, out or undecided as they do it.  Your comments and updates blocks will always be up to date.  It means you don't have to refresh to see the latest stuff.  You don't have to wait for something to poll to get new data.  It's all live.

I hope the change is useful to you.  I think you'll see more real-time features all over the web as time goes by.  As always, if you see a bug on our site or have feature suggestions, feel free to send me a message and let me know.

views: 79 | by: Tosh Meston

Sun, Apr 26

"Sign In with Twitter" Now SupportedWe've just added the ability to sign in with your Twitter account to InfiniteHockey.  If you are a big Twitter user and would like to avoid remembering a new password, feel free to click the "Sign in with Twitter" link and get right in.

Try it out and let me know what you think.

Tosh Meston
views: 142 | by: Tosh Meston

Mon, Apr 13

Facebook Connect and MySpaceID Now SupportedHey everybody,
Just a quick update. InfiniteHoops now supports Facebook Connect and MySpaceID as login methods. This means you no longer have to remember your InfiniteHoops password, you can just click the Facebook Connect or MySpaceID button and get right in.

Try it out and let me know what you think.

Cheers, Tosh Meston
views: 51 | by: Tosh Meston

Wed, Mar 18

March Madness: 10 sites to feed your need | Webware - CNET"InfiniteHoops is a unique site that lets you find others in your area who might want to start a pickup basketball game. Users input where they will be playing a game and when, and others who want to play can join the game. It's a great way to connect with people around town when the tournament makes you want to play some hoops."

-- Don Reisinger, CNET Blog Network author

CNET mentioned InfiniteHoops in a March Madness inspired post this evening.  How cool is that?  Check out the article everybody.
views: 63 | by: Tosh Meston

Tue, Jul 29

Nice.  Our Infinite sports sites have reached four thousand registered players today.  Not bad at all considering we're a home grown shop, self-funded, self-developed...  The last six months or so has been very good for us.  The player registrations and page views are at all time high.  We've even added a site for finding and scheduling pick-up hockey games --

We've also had some great press from a number of sites including the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Toronto's and the technology blogosphere's and more.  Check out our press page!

So who was player number four thousand?  A soccer baller from Santa Cruz, CA.  Invite your friends everybody.  Let's go 5000!
views: 77 | by: Tosh Meston

Tue, Jun 24

Mainstream Web Watch: - ReadWriteWeb"In this post we look at another mainstream basketball site, but this time a small niche site created by someone with a passion for the sport - has a very simple purpose: to enable people to find and schedule pick-up games of basketball."

-- Richard MacManus, ReadWriteWeb

InfiniteHoops was featured in a post on ReadWriteWeb today, which I think is fantastic.  ReadWriteWeb is a blog that covers web technology news, reviews and analysis.  Thanks for the great post, Richard!
views: 84 | by: Tosh Meston

Wed, Mar 19

March Madness: Seattle's sports startupsWhat a day.  First I wake up to seeing InfiniteHoops mentioned in, and now the Seattle PI venture reporter, John Cook, has included InfiniteHoops in a post on his Venture Blog on Seattle sports startups.  Have a read.

Quote: Tosh Meston, who runs the InfiniteHoops site, where basketball players can find local pick up games ... created InfiniteHoops because he and his friends simply wanted an easy way to know who would be showing up for games. The site now has about 3,000 members and 600 groups.
views: 89 | by: Tosh Meston

Tue, Mar 18

Mashable: 19 Tools For The Best March Madness EverThe social networking news site has given our site InfiniteHoops a mention.  Check it out.

Quote: - If all this basketball talk this time of year gives you an urge to go out and play some yourself, InfiniteHoops can help you set up a pick-up game in your area quickly.
views: 124 | by: Tosh Meston

Tue, Jan 22

Today we launch, a new social sports network designed to connect people to play the sport of hockey.  If you have a regular game and are looking for players, schedule it with us so players can find it.

The release of InfiniteHockey coincides with some new features in the software that powers each of our sports websites.  

ICalendar Subscriptions

For each group, you can now subscribe to the iCal feed of the upcoming games scheduled by our system.  When looking at a group page, you will see a "Subscribe Calendar" link in the left side menu and calendar icon in the top right corner of the group details block.  If you use a calendaring application like Microsoft Outlook or Apple iCal and you click on this link, you will be subscribed to the game calendar.  Updates will be automatically pulled into your calendaring app so you'll always be up to date.

Social Bookmarking

If you use a social bookmarking service like Delicious, Digg, Faves etc., and you like one of our news items, you can click the "Fave It!" or "Bookmark" buttons and save them to your social bookmarking service.

Display Preferences

By default, we show your next two upcoming games on the main page, but if you play more frequently and want to see additional games, you change it under Preferences / Display Preferences.
views: 179 | by: Tosh Meston

Thu, Jan 3

Seattlest: Seattle's Best Tech of Last YearInfiniteHoops was mentioned on as one of their best technology picks of 2007.  Awesome!

Quote: Seattlest emailed a bunch of local tech professionals and asked them for the best of the Seattle tech scene in 2007. They responded and we threw all their suggestions in a list, looked it over, and scrapped 90% of them and then made up a new list off the top of our heads.
8. Infinite Hoops
If there's a theme to the rest of the list it's that the best technology out of Seattle this year really shines when it's facilitating real-world contact. helps you find pick-up games in your area.
views: 70 | by: Tosh Meston

Wed, Dec 12

InfiniteHoops is mentioned in an article on sports social networking sites.  This is our first press!
views: 63 | by: Tosh Meston