Creating separate RSS feeds because I want to blog about more things.
I want to blog about a wider collection of topics. For years I’ve been timid to publish beyond a small set of topics related to my work – security, analytics, pedagogy, etc. I’ll call these the “professional” posts. But I have a lot of random hobbies, and I want to archive them somehow! Like woodworking, electronics, gardening, home automation, and church/religion stuff. I’ll call these “unprofessional” posts (⌐■_■).
I currently use
generate this site’s
/feed.xml RSS file. That file will continue to have all
posts. (I don’t see an easy way to do otherwise with OOTB Jekyll.) But now, I’m
going to publish more RSS files, including
I don’t know how many readers I have, and of those, I don’t know how many would only want the professional-type posts. Hence this blog posts – if you only want one or the other, visit /feeds/ to get the new links.
The homepage of this site, by default, will only show “professional” posts. That change, coupled with this feeds-change, give me enough confidence to do what I want.
David Eargle is an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Boulder in the Leeds School of Business. He earned his Ph.D. degree in Information Systems from the University of Pittsburgh. His research interests include human-computer interaction and information security. He has coauthored several articles in these areas using neurophysiological and other methodologies in outlets such as the Journal of the Association for Information Systems, the European Journal of Information Systems, the International Conference on Information Systems, and the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences), along with the Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI). More about the author →