It’s been about 3 months since my last post here… surprise, surprise.
Nothing much has changed here in the Anti-Camp. I was up in CT for about a week or so in December. I didn’t get to see a number of people I wanted to, but that’s always the case with my visits home. If I missed seeing you, hopefully we can catch up next time I’m up in the area.
In other news, e-mail service at theantidj.net is officially dead. I used theantidj at theantidj dot net as a main e-mail address for many years, but around May of 2005 I really started using my gmail address as my main e-mail address. There were many reasons for this, but mainly it was because the gmail address was easier to give out, and there was less spam. I haven’t been checking my theantidj.net email accounts regularly for at least a year, and would only go in there from time to time to clean up the spam.
While doing website maintenance stuff today, like upgrading WordPress1, I decided it was finally time to just nuke the e-mail service to theantidj.net. The spam messages were up to 300-500 a day, and I couldn’t be bothered to figure out how to implement the spam filtering on my hosting service. Maybe someday @theantidj.net & @theantidj.com will come back. That day is far away from today, though.
If you don’t have my gmail e-mail address, you should be able to figure it out, if you know me. It’s just my email@example.com.
I also just realized that “To Ohio and Back, Part III” had never been published; it’s been sitting as a draft for a month or two. I’ll check it over and get it published later tonight, so you can read about the end of my trip to Ohio on my motorcycle…. from 3 months ago.
Also, some more thoughts on poker coming soon. I’ve been doing well playing the 1/2 NL at PokerStars recently, as well as doing alright in 1 and 2 table SnGs. I even had some success in The Wheatie in the last week of December with a 5th place cash out of 50 or so.
Of course, I frequently make these posts after long periods of times promising more content soon… only to wait another few months to make another empty promise. Let’s see what happens this time!