This site, DanYork.com, is meant to be my "home on the Internet". It is the URL I give to people to find out more about me. It's part of my sign-off on my reports into the FIR podcast. It's in my email signature.
But it doesn't really do a great job showing what I am writing right now.
The "blog" here is really a nowhere-else-to-post-it kind of blog. If a topic doesn't fit into any of my other sites, it may wind up here. But those posts are not exactly the ones that are "representative" of what I am writing and doing.
As you can see on the main page, I've recently put a "sticky" post up at the top pointing people to the 4 sites where I write the most. But this isn't a great solution... people still have to go to those sites to see what I'm writing.
In the longer term, what I really want to do is to turn this site into more of an aggregator of all the posts I've written across my various sites. I haven't decided whether I'd do it simply chronologically, showing the last posts I've written (which you can actually get now via my FriendFeed firehose), or whether I would showcase the latest post in each of the main blogs. I can show some pictures and such, too.
I've seen some nice WordPress themes that seem to do that... and as I bite the bullet in 2011 and make the big change I want to make away from TypePad over to WordPress, my goal is to implement this change as well. I've already started launching new blogs like Code.DanYork.com over on a WordPress site... and ultimately I want to have my own "network" of sites very much like I have set up for Voxeo at blogs.voxeo.com.
Anyway, that's the plan... and at some point I may be out there asking some of you for your suggestions on WordPress themes, etc. In the end I would like to show people more of the content I create, rather than just saying that it is out there...