August 27, 2010
How to Follow My Work
An important goal of my recent redesign for this website was to include an RSS feed. That mission has been accomplished. You can now subscribe to a feed for all articles posted on this website.
I’ve also created an aggregated feed for everything that I write, regardless of where it is posted. (Note: You may need to copy and paste this link into your Feed Reader.) In addition to the feed for this website, my aggregated feed contains posts from the following sites:
- The Privacy Place — An academic privacy research center. This hosts research-related posts from everyone in my research group, but only posts I’ve written will appear in my aggregated feed.
- Six Lines — My security, privacy, and technology blog. This blog contains everything from quick comments on security and privacy to longer posts on technology policy. It focuses on a broader range of topics than academic privacy research.
- Blayne Sucks — My not-at-all-serious personal blog. This website was created at the merciless prodding of my friend Blayne. The original intent of the site was to help everyone keep in touch, but that role has been taken over by Facebook and other social networking sites. Currently, the site contains my personal ramblings on topics other than privacy, security, or academia.
If you’re wondering how to create an aggregated feed for your own work, I recommend Gina Trapani’s introduction to Yahoo! Pipes.