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  • I'm with you. I only read something if it's on one of my regularly visited sites (this one's in the top two) or if I see an interesting link to it. I'm sorry to see some people go, but I don't intend to add individual independent blogs to my list of regularly visited sites. So the only way to get me to visit another blog will be to write something interesting and have someone think it interesting enough to post a link here or somewhere else in my immediate vision.

    Plus, Slash works the way I think. After I started reading slashdot and this site (a little over a year ago), I started being very disappointed that the rest of the web doesn't allow me to post comments, receive the benefit of mass user moderation, and so on. Cheap slash knockoffs usually cause frustration as well.

    The great thing about this site is we have a cohesive community. Separate that across twenty sites and you can't tell who's who across sites. We'll all become schizophrenics.  :)

    That said, I do believe its appropriate for some to keep multiple blogs if they have multiple interests. My random life details go here along with Perl and other programming because this is the only blog I have. I might start, say, a religious blog some day, which I certainly wouldn't keep here. In that case, Perl and programming would stay here, and I don't know what I'd do with the random life details.

    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers