How to avoid learning perhaps a little too much about Kieren’s life

I mentioned about a month ago how I was considering setting up a second blog so I could more easily separate my personal and professional life. And yesterday, twice, I was reminded that there is a bit of an unusual overlap when I spoke to two people: one, the spokesman for a company I regularly report on; and the second, the CEO of a company I also follow closely.

Both of them made mention of my paella (I note with sadness that only one was interested in the actual recipe however). Now this was a tremendous paella, there’s no doubt about that, but I suspect that there may be a few people out there that don’t want to know about my lunch and so I am going to highlight here an easy solution to the problem: separate RSS feeds.

I have the blog set up so that you can grab individual automated RSS feeds and so avoid having every post appear if you subscribe. I will stick the links below so at least people have an option. Of course, if you want to continue to know a little too much about my life, feel free to stick with the main RSS feed. I don’t mind in the slightest.

You can subscribe to as many or as few as you like.

3 Responses to “How to avoid learning perhaps a little too much about Kieren’s life”


  • If you’re interested in monetizing this blog, you should consider more paella stories. There’s more money in blogging about in paella than there’ll ever be in blogging about ICANN.

  • Ha _ Kevin – you’re not wrong. Don’t start a new blog Kieren – that’s bullshit. Throw it all in here. I only started http://www.filthyfrance.com because I couldn’t face looking at that on noodlepie every day. I reckon your paella could open more doors than any ICANN bletherings. Seriously.

  • LOL. I can’t believe you’ve got a blog purely about Toulouse dog shit. What a delight for the senses.

    The French and their dogs. Paris used to be disgusting but a long, long campaign finally seems to have had an impact.

    Kieren

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