I have been working on a network of sites that will all point to thebristows.com and share content. Currently this network has the following sites:

thebristows.com
jeffbristow.com
facebook
tumblr.com
vox.com
ziki.com

The idea behind this network is to have a bunch of sites that all have the same content (my blog postings), with very little work.

Currently this is how it works.
I can make a post at jeffbristow.com and it will propogate to thebristows.com .
From thebristows.com the post will propogate to facebook , tumblr, vox, and ziki.

This means I make one post and within a 24 hour period my content gets moved to at least six different sites.

So why have I done this?

Hmmm…. well why not?

(this post is even the first test post to see if this network of sites is truly working as expected.)

[ Edit: Posting from jeffbristow.com and importing into thebristows.com was not working perfectly so I decided to simply not do this. So posts from jeffbristow.com may be unique to posts at thebristows.com. However, posts on thebristows.com will still move to the other sites outlined above. ]