Burning down the other blogs
Jean MacDonald invited me to be on the Micro Monday podcast recently. It was fun. We talked about blogging, of course, and at one point I said something like “My goal in life is to have only one blog”. We both got a chuckle out of that, because we both knew I’m practically riddled with blogs.
Today, I burned down my WordPress blog at jack.baty.net and my Blot.im blog at baty.blog. Normally, I leave things where they are and just stop posting to them. This time, however, I moved the content to baty.net, set up domain redirects, and deleted them. This means I’m no longer tempated to post elsewhere, nor do I have to think about “which blog should this go on?”. Radical.
This leaves me with…
- baty.blog - now known as “My blog”
baty.net - (formerly) known as “My blog”
- micro.baty.net - my micro.blog hosted microblog
- rudimentarylathe.org - my wiki
How long will this last?
Update 2019.01.26: Not long, apparently. I missed using Blot so much that I’ve reverted to posting to baty.blog.