Posted 04 January 2010 - 04:11 PM
Thank you. But I'm sorry, I don't understand your response though I seem to grok that, as a solution, it depends on "feeds" and "subscriptions."
Generally, people don't "subscribe" to my blog. I write about somewhat arcane legal issues so it's not the sort of resource that readers subscribe to. They generally find their way there looking for very specific information about a very specific topic. Then when they get there, they tend to poke around at other topics that may catch their interest. (Or so it appears from the stats.)
The subject matter for the other blogs would be as different from the existing one as, oh, the biochemistry of plant matter is different from bidding strategies in contract bridge. Readers of one are not likely interested in the other, and mixing them creates confusion and compromises the integrity of each. So I do not want them mixed. I don't want the same posts on the same blog page; that I could use different "categories" to sort them out doesn't solve the problem.
Can I have two blog pages on the same site?