For a number of months I have been working towards a different blogging setup that should make it a little easier for folks with specific interests to just follow those parts that they like.
I know that not everyone is interested in everything I write. Heck, I am not always interested in all of it at one time, either. Plus, I wanted the more technical material to be a little easier to find for reference purposes. Right now, a post for a single day may have some stuff about travel, a little work I did on a PC, a new problem that has cropped up on the RV, etc. This does give a sense of how my day went but it is almost useless for reference when I want to link back to a technical item that is buried in a journaling blog of the day.
I had the idea that on a main blog entry page, I could have the latest 1 or 2 posts from each of several other topically selected sub-blogs of mine. Anyone could just view that page to see what has been updated and go directly to a specific topic or blog. This is a little like blog readers do across a set of blogs but I like the idea of having a focus point that provides a jumping off place to start.
You can click the picture or just go to: https://sites.google.com/a/webdoms.com/rvbudds/ to access the new site.
I wanted the individual sub blogs to maintain their own RSS feeds and comments because I know that some people are only interested in one topic, like what travel related content I may post. This way, any given topical area can be separately subscribed to by anyone and they don’t even have to see the headings on any of my other blog areas if they don’t want to.
Still, there is nothing earthshakingly different for daily readers but I am hoping that this new format will make the content more aligned with your interests.
I will maintain some blogging on this site, too, until I am sure the new format is going to work like I want. Please comment here or there and let me know what you think, how you like (or don’t like) the new site and make suggestions. I really want to kick this up a notch and I don’t have Emeril in my back pocket to give a good BAM!