My content is all on this blog or linked from it, but if you’re following RSS feeds or Twitter it’s not as obvious where everything is posted. Here’s a summary to clear things up.
Microblog posts: Posted here and in a special RSS feed. Also automatically cross-posted to Twitter and App.net, with some occasional truncation.
Longer posts: Posted here and in the default RSS feed. Also automatically cross-posted to Twitter and App.net with the title and link. Twitter cross-posting is handled by my upcoming Micro.blog platform.
Photos: Posted to Instagram and then copied here using this workflow. They don’t show up in either of the RSS feeds above. They’re not cross-posted to Twitter.
Timetable: Posted to timetable.fm which has its own feed. Discoverable in your favorite podcast client.
Core Intuition: Posted to coreint.org. I’ll usually post a link here on the blog for each new episode.
All posts: Switching to WordPress brought a new global RSS feed, but I redirect it to the longer posts for now. There’s a new everything RSS feed which contains all posts: microblog, full posts, and photos. Enjoy!
When I migrated to WordPress and started a microblog section on this site, the RSS feeds didn’t transition very well. While the old feed continued to work, WordPress’s new default /feed URL returned both full posts and snippet posts.
I’ve fixed that today. Here are the official feeds on the site:
- /rss.xml: All the main posts (like the one you’re reading right now), but none of the microblog-style snippet posts.
- /snippets.xml: Just the microblog posts. These don’t have a title and will (eventually) be more common than the main posts, so you’ll need to subscribe separately if you want to see them.
- /feed: Now redirects to /rss.xml.
If you want to see everything I write here, subscribe to both the main feed and the snippets feed. If you want to see only the longer posts, just keep the main feed. Thanks for reading!