You may have noticed that zombietime is not a blog; you can’t leave comments there, and it has no RSS feed. zomblog is, as the name suggests, the “zombietime blog.” I originally started zomblog as a place to publish short mini-posts that didn’t feel hefty enough to merit a post at zombietime.So there’s no automated way to get notified of new zombietime posts. Because that’s one of the functions that zomblog serves: as a zombietime-notification system. And while that remains zomblog’s primary function, it is also used for: - announcements of and links to all new zombietime reports; - a place for readers to comment on zombietime reports; - occasional notifications of my Pajamas Media posts; - a place for me to post single photos or humorous asides; - and in general anything I deem too “small” to post on zombietime.In general, nowadays you can find my writing at four different venues: 1. my work at zombietime, but once I started zomblog in April of 2008 I began to reserve zombietime for only “major” investigations or “long” photo essays.
So if you want to keep abreast of my work, make sure you check my PJM column.
I’ve made many wildly popular and newsworthy posts at PJM over the last couple years that you would have entirely missed if you only checked the zombietime domain. But blogging remains a part-time thing for me, and as long as my stuff appears at least somewhere, I’m satisfied: there’s no real for a duplicative re-post of the same material.
Just because my Tatler posts are supposed to be short and quick, doesn’t mean that they’re always insignificant; in some instances, my Tatler posts have become hugely popular and generated more traffic than even my “major” reports.
So, that’s it for the main components of my Web presence.
But it’s also possible to bookmark a stream of just a single Tatler author’s posts — so this link will give to always make a Tatler post notifying the world of any new major essay I publish at my main PJM column, but just as at zomblog, I frequently fall down on the job and forget to do so.