Spreading the word
Is one internet presence better than several?
The insoluble mystery -- is one home on the internet better than several -- continues to puzzle me. It came up in discussion on ADN, without any resolution. The reason I have several homes is that perhaps people who are interested in bread aren't interested in podcasts, and vice versa, while maybe people who come here aren't interested in either.
So a while ago I resolved to maintain those separate presences, and to use this place as the kind of mother ship, where I can do things that are neither bread nor podcasting and also briefly mention things I've done elsewhere. But I have also neglected to do that last thing. I am resolved to change that.
So, over at Fornacalia, there's a recipe for a kalonji and raisin bread that I invented last week to try and jounce me out of my current bread-baking rut.
And at Eat This Podcast, a week ago I interviewed Colin Khoury about the The Global Standard Diet.
I've also changed what both those sites look like, with more or less success.
Webmentions allow conversations across the web, based on a web standard. They are a powerful building block for the decentralized social web.