Welcome (Back) to Pokerati

by , Jun 25, 2007 | 7:49 am

LAS VEGAS–Good morning. It’s good to see you all again. We’re half way through the 2007 WSOP, and Pokerati is working correctly. Fingers crossed — there still could be a glitch or five that we haven’t found yet since tearing the whole thing down and rebuilding it. But for the most part, it seems we’re once again an interactive medium for gratuitously snarky pseudojournalism. We’re also on a newer, more powerful server, so though the site is still a tad clunky — my fault, not the programmer’s — it should run much more smoothly than loyal Pokeratizens are used to. I hope you all can handle it.

Of course the downside is that this means that I have to get back to work blogging. (Tom, it would help if you could win another bracelet — just don’t win too many until we’ve driven a few miles on the new engine. Michele, you should win a bracelet, too. But still hold off on the bikini pics, cool?) It was quite pleasurable being able to blame several days of personal downtime on “technical issues.” But now the Series is full-on, and we look forward to bringing at least a sliver of it to you.

3 Comments to “Welcome (Back) to Pokerati”

  1. DanM

    NOTE: You may need to resubscribe if you get word of the latest from Pokerati via RSS/MyYahoo! Not sure about bloglines. Of course if that’s the only way you find Pokerati, than the point may be moot, because you have no clue this post is here. But still, just an FYI because we care.

  2. Short-Stacked Shamus

    I think the RSS feed for Bloglines may be cool (once again) . . . I received this post there, no prob.

  3. Uncle Ray

    So, a little update on what’s been happening while you were vacationing from your vacation, I mean chasing down the real stories for your jobblog.
    What’s the bracelet score? No repeaters yet? over/under still 53.5? I’m going under anyway.