We present a simple randomized scheme for triangulating a set P of n points in the plane, and construct a kinetic data structure which maintains the triangulation as the points of P move continuously along piecewise algebraic trajectories of constant description complexity. Our triangulation scheme experiences an expected number of O(n2 βs+2(n) log2 n) discrete changes, and handles them in a manner that satisfies all the standard requirements from a kinetic data structure: compactness, efficiency, locality and responsiveness. Here s is the maximum number of times where any specific triple of points of P can become collinear, βs+2(q) = λs+2(q)/q, and λ s+2(q) is the maximum length of Davenport-Schinzel sequences of order s + 2 on n symbols. Thus, compared to the previous solution of Agarwal et al. , we achieve a (slightly) improved bound on the number of discrete changes in the triangulation. In addition, we believe that our scheme is simpler to implement and analyze.