Personal Blogging & Geek

Anyway, I didn’t want to muck up a blog composed of highly personal prose with chatter about the potential of Twitter and the implications of Facebook, so I kept it separate. These posts are almost always quotes from articles, a link to the article, and my thoughts.

I think we’ve established that I’m a geek.

As Foodtree heated up, I started being able to justify paying attention to technology and the way it’s changing things. We want Foodtree to change the world, full stop, and when you want something like that you need to know what’s happening around the world and way that people are using technology to empower themselves.

So I started Geek, a tumblr, to share the stuff I was seeing and had something to say about.

Anyway, I didn’t want to muck up a blog composed of highly personal prose with chatter about the potential of Twitter and the implications of Facebook, so I kept it separate.  These posts are almost always quotes from articles, a link to the article, and my thoughts.

Not to worry, though, because the punchline here isn’t that I’ve decide to muck up the blog.

What I have decided is that I need to channel more of my sharing through less channels, so I’ve set up this blog to handle both Geek and me.

I’ve tweaked the RSS feed so that anyone who’s been following this blog will still only get my blog (personal) posts in their reader or inbox.

Also, the Geek piece of me will be done here, and will spit out a different RSS feed, which you can subscribe to or ignore at will.  I’ll sort out the twitter and facebook feeds too, hopefully.  I’ll definitely do what I can to make it clear that something is in the vein of personal blogging or not.

Welcome to my schizophrenia.

Haha, but really, there may be a hiccup or two, but in the end I think it should really only affect those of you who type http://blog.dshan.me into your address bar regularly, because all those posts will be here.

Are we cool?

Seriously, let me know if it all goes notaccordingtoplan.

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