Do I setup separate blogs for my other interests (fish-keeping & motorbikes), or simply create new categories on my personal site?

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@kev I love reading a blog about something I'm interested in and coming across something unrelated that I don't know much about.

I might find something I didn't know I liked, or, it could just be nice learning about something even if I'm not especially interested in it.

Worst case scenario, I just don't read it. I've never felt alienated by a variety of articles. Maybe others would though. ¯\_༼ •́ ͜ʖ •̀ ༽_/¯

@george_ yeah I hope that’s how most people would see it too. I used to have multiple blogs but merged most of them into one. It needs much less maintenance. However I still have two blogs: one in English and one in German.

@kev Separate but federated with a “rel="me"” link element

@kev sometimes is difficult to maintain different sites, so I think that different categories are better than just two blogs.
Moreover, in worst case, people won't read the articles that they aren't interested.

@kev If your domain/blog was "Kev's Cycle Repair", I might suggest separate blogs, but it's not. The way you've got things setup, I'd go with categories.


Website domain is called . There is no tech mentioned there. It can contain posts about everything as long as it interests you. It is appreciated however that you post separate topics through separate RSS channels.

I read your posts using Feeder (my choice of RSS reader). Rarely from website.

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