Not worth the effort. I can do some research. So far, all the search results use php coding.
Sugg: ask in forum or by email
Sugg: once a while, export from wordpress and import into blogger under my own domain name.
sugg: can wordpress page help?
sugg: pay a hosting firm (up to $200/year). Can turn on ad-sense. Full flexibility.
As I grow older and get too many things to juggle (including kids, home maintenance…), I don’t have the energy for the artificial complexity of multiple blogs. Search is much easier if everything is in one blog.
At my age, tcost is now a higher priority, relative to the justifications below.
j4: recruitment — (original motivation) — my recrec blog is for recruitment so all content should be for that purpose. b_u_t I don’t think many of them read it seriously.
j4: some categories are not meaningful for recrec blog such as US_imm. b_u_t look at the career-related categories !
j4: brief — some tech blog posts are very brief and trivial. b_u_t the quality in my main blog is declining too. I can use the z_* categories for these
Background — I have a few dozen “private and confidential” blog posts about work experiences and plans.
Choice: recrec blog, private view
Choice: 1330152open blog
(Discarded choice: private blog in blogger)
–advantages of recrec:
- well-designed categories. I often rely on them for my own review
- the posts in this blog are higher quality and valuable insight
- I can easily switch on/off the privacy protection, without moving the post
–advantages of the 1330152 blog:
- the recrec blog was not designed for self review purpose, though it is used that way nowadays
–Conclusion: use quality as criteria. Keep low qualities in 1330152.
I would say choose one among
gzCope, gzPain, gzThreat, GTD
In rare cases, use simultaneous categories.
Also, the relevant posts in the pripri/open blogs, I feel better move to this blog and mark them private. Easier to manage in one place.
GTD is more specific than Cope. In a sense, all GTD posts are also part of Cope but actually Cope is more about job market, moving up, choosing specializations.
* batch jobs
* any scripting except python/php
tbudget – polish original_content?
tbudget – polish drafts?
It’s easy to waste time trying to polish this blog when you get the impulse to improve your online profile. A few tips:
* delete some posts
* focus on original_content
* look at visitor stats. focus on top posts in blog.tanbin.com
The 2 major + some minor categories
#1 tech tips, observations, experiences —
#2 finance/trading/quant knowledge
# wall st tech workplace realities
I feel #1 is more widely useful. My #2 content is often amateurish.
Introductory topics are more widely useful, but there are often good explanations online and in print, so you may need to specialize on a niche topic. Most importantly, you need to develop a communication style to reach out to beginners, using clear English.