Winning at Zen, since March of 2007.
I've been busy/lazy, okay? Leave me alone.I am in the midst of making some changes to this blog. I will be stripping it down and pimping it out, so to speak.Developing...
Looking forward to seeing the new stuff, as a fellow Blogspot blogger with "Rounders" template. I just (finally) managed to install clickable post titles on my Classic Blogger blog. Some of those changes are a lot easier to make with the New/Layout Blogger templates.How are you (and your readers) liking Twitter, DT?
David,I think Twitter is silly.I don't get it.As for the blog, I'm taking things away more than adding stuff. It's a compromise, because I'm close to shutting down entirely.Less will be more, hopefully.-DT
funny... I've had thoughts about shutting my blog down too. Trying to find a purpose. We'll see.
If it's not broken, don't fix it. What?! just do some change, I see, nice try :-)
DT,I hear ya. Have been trying to figure out Twitter after some early bouts of extreme skepticism. Looks like you already have a nice following, though.Hope you find a good balance with the new blog makeover. Whatever helps you find more time for the really important things! Keep on rockin' either way.
Just drop reporting the RO. Nobody cares about the RO except, well maybe the RO members. Who cares if trader A or B makes or lose 100 grand. We are only interested in trader S. Besides, compiling the RO is not an easy job.
I think the RO numbers are very helpful (and entertaining of course). You can see a lot of pattern and have a feel of the "trading life". For instance, you know the no. of up days vs down days of a good trader, big wins vs big losses, profitability across the office... The number itself tells a lot if you care to study.
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