Still using a feed reader? Me too! I rely on RSS feeds to keep up with other blogs and news sites, so I make sure to provide them for my own content as well. Every post I write is syndicated via RSS, and I maintain multiple feeds so you can pick and choose from whatever you’re interested in:
- 📝 The articles feed contains only my long-form articles. I write these pretty infrequently, so you won't get too many updates here.
- ✏️ The notes feed just has my short-form notes (aka "tweets" or "lukewarm takes"). These are more frequent, but not as much as when I was on Twitter.
- 🔗 The links feed tracks the links that I share from around the web with a bit of commentary from me. Unlike the other feeds, clicking on the title of a link in your feed reader will take you to the source material instead of my site. If you want to get to my site, you can click on the little 🐴 at the bottom of the entry in your reader.
- 📍 The check-ins feed contains all of my check-ins. I check in a lot, and you probably won’t really care when I do. But if you do want to see where I’m hanging out or what I’m up to, feel free!
- 📸 The photos feed has the photos that I take and feature on my site. I share pics in different ways, so you’ll see a mix of notes, check-ins, and articles in this feed.
- 🗃️ I also have one mega feed that’ll get you everything I post. I can’t in good conscience recommend it, but it’s there.
How to Subscribe
If you’re new to RSS, you’ll need an RSS reader. There are a lot of options out there but, if you’re in the Apple ecosystem like me, I highly recommend Reeder. It’s available for macOS, iOS, and iPadOS, and you can subscribe to feeds right from the app and have them sync across all of your devices via iCloud.
Once you have an RSS reader, you can subscribe to any of the feeds above by clicking on their links; that should prompt you to open them in whatever reader you’ve installed. If that doesn’t work and they open in your browser instead, you can copy the URL and paste it into whatever your reader app’s “new subscription” flow is. Thanks for reading!