Over the years, however, it has evolved into a publication, of sorts, and one with a hell of a lot of readers: 230,000 unique visitors per month.
Meanwhile, I'm publishing "stuff" all over the place, on Twitter, on my other blogs, Facebook and elsewhere. Recently, I've created a "lifestream" on Posterous, which includes all Raw Feed posts, plus all the other stuff I post, wherever I post it. Everything I post anywhere is also posted on my Posterous lifestream.
The Raw Feed tends to be mostly about technology, and most of my other posts are also about technology, but I'm more likely elsewhere to stray into cultural content, health, politics, Hollywood, etc. Plus, of course, Twitter posts tend to be more of the "here's a link" variety, while most Raw Feed items have a point of view.
Of all the things I publish, The Raw Feed is the most important to me, personally. Sometimes I worry that my Posterous page is "better" than The Raw Feed. After all, it contains all The Raw Feed content, plus a lot of other stuff.
Is more better? Or is less better?
One option I've been toying with is to publish all the stuff I publish on my Posterous page here on The Raw Feed. Doing so would bring the blog back in line with its original intent. However, it would change the feel and the quantity of content.
I can't decide. So I'm going to leave it up to you to decide. I've set up a poll, where you can vote. So what's it going to be? Keep The Raw Feed as-is? Or turn on the firehose?