I’ve been thinking for some time that it’s a little weird that most of my blog posts are on my personal blog, annathepiper.org, while angelakorrati.com remains fairly inactive. Two reasons why this is weird:
- If somebody casually visits angelakorrati.com, they may miss my far more frequent posts on annathepiper.org, and therefore miss more of what I’m generally like online, and
- The vast majority of writer blogs I’m familiar with don’t differentiate between just writing-related posts and personal ones.
So I’m trying an experiment. I’ve found a plugin that lets me syndicate posts off of one blog into another, so I’ll be using it to try to roll posts from annathepiper.org onto angelakorrati.com.
Note: if you are reading me via Livejournal or Dreamwidth, you are already seeing my direct mirrored copies of the posts on both blogs. This new plugin should NOT echo over onto LJ or Dreamwidth, if I understand it correctly. It’s ONLY for people directly reading on angelakorrati.com.
So if you happen to actually be reading angelakorrati.com directly via RSS, and you’re also reading annathepiper.org, you might try dropping the latter to avoid duplication of posts.
Let me know if you see any problems, people. If this works out I’ll leave it be. Otherwise I’m going to consider just merging the blogs, since I’m finding it also just slightly weird to be splitting up my posting efforts anyway.