A little background information is in order.
I have an unfortunate tendency to over-segment the things I do. It's actually useful in my day job (technical writer) but in my internet-facing life it's made it harder to manage everything I want to manage.
I started out creating a web comic in 1996, moved to my own website in 1999. Joined Keenspot shortly thereafter... so when I wanted to talk about other things, well, the web comic wasn't really relevant, exactly, so I purchased the eviscerati.org domain and started posting there. But -- I know this is going to sound stupid, but it's the absolute truth -- having to maintain two sites wound up being really, really annoying.
I left Keenspot and started running my own site again in 2007, and tried to find ways to integrate Eviscerati.org and Ubersoft.net as much as possible -- which led to EvisceratiNet, two web sites running on a single back-end database and a single installation of Drupal. This was still difficult to manage, especially when I was having trouble updating daily on ubersoft.net (for many reasons. We all know I'm infamous for it).
Then in 2010 I decided I wanted to start publishing fiction, so I bought the unexploredhorizons domains and set up a third site on the EvisceratiNet collection. Now things were extremely confusing (despite some pretty ingenious methods I've used to mitigate that confusion).
Long story short, this setup isn't working. I need a single, unified site that I can use to publish everything I do... but it also needs to be organized in such a fashion that you, my readers, can find what you're looking for. So, after the break, I'm going to give you my plan for re-engineering my website(s) in 2012: