Faithful readers of this blog will have noticed a new strategy here on This Blog. It is, as Leon Jacobs noted, a little like a sit com flash back.
But, no, here’s what I had in mind. I have published around 1.4 million words on this blog, and that makes any particular set of posts hard to find. Yes, you can do a key word search. But you still end up with a long list of posts and no clear idea of their relationship one to the other.
How, I wondered, could I do a compendium of posts organized for easier access. Organized in a PDF file, what you get is a single page that gives you a jumping off point for 40 blog posts. (Be careful to come back to the PDF by way of your "return" button.)
I like the way MindManager organizes things in a tree diagram. And that’s what I used.
Here’s is the file I have created. You may download it here.
I am trying to post it to the sidebar of this Typepad site, but I really don’t understand Typepad programming (or even, shame of shame, HTML). Anyone with suggestions, please let me know and I will keep tinkering.
Lots of people have lots of content on their blogs. This is one way to extract and organize this content. I am sure there are others. Would love to hear your comments, dear reader, on this and other options.
Thanks to Wordle.net for this and several images for the Branding now, blog compendium.