Month: April 2007

  • April Poker Update

    Since I’m not likely to be playing tonight, I can post my April Poker results now. I invested (risked) a total of $352 during the month. I played in 24 tournaments. 16 were 1-table Hold’Em tourneys for $11 each, and 8 were multi-table Omaha Hi/Lo tourneys for $22 each. Without attempting to, I […]

  • Harry Connick Jr.

    After going on and on about all of the live music we’ve taken in lately, friends of ours surprised us with tickets to see Harry Connick Jr. this past Saturday night at Radio City Music Hall. Neither Lois and I were particularly familiar with him. We both knew he had an exceptional voice, […]

  • Christening a new server

    I’ve been quiet lately, not because I had nothing to say, or no time to say it, but I’ve been busy building a new server. I didn’t want to post to the old one, once I got the blogging software running on the new one, with the database correctly migrated over. Since that […]

  • Networking mystery solved!

    I run my own server for a variety of things, and I’m the SA (SysAdmin). I get a kick out of it, so I don’t find it to be a grind. One of the things that I run is a Jabber server. On my laptop, I use GAIM to connect to it. I’ve […]

  • The Allman Brothers Band

    OK, so last night was the night. My friend and I went to see the Allman Brothers Band (ABB) at the Beacon Theater. Previously, the only other time I was at the Beacon was for Dave Koz on Valentine’s Day. That show was awesome, but the acoustics were horrible. I suspected it was […]