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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

New Blogger Elbows Its Way In

Just a quick point or two about technology happenings.

Yesterday, Blogger switched me over to the New Blogger platform (I was dragging my heels; problems inevitably crop up -- as they already have -- whenever you do any type of upgrade, and I've been a bit time-crunched). While I haven't switched PTSD Combat's template over to New Blogger's 'widget' system, there are a few immediate changes I wanted to make you aware of.

One Feedburner note: I've just tweaked a problem created by the way New Blogger handles my Feedburner feed; apologies for those on the email list who received old posts along with the new ones this morning. It may occur one more time tomorrow (?) but should be corrected afterwards. Sorry for the confusion.

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For now, the most important change is the new labels system.

The new 'Labels' line replaces my Del.icio.us 'Tags' line. I'll still maintain my Del.icio.us indexing system, but using labels will make in-house searching and grouping of related posts a lot easier. Click on a label topic, and you'll stay right here (rather than jumping over to Del.icio.us), related posts at your beck and call one after another in the PTSD Combat environment. I've updated the last 15 or so entries with the label system so you can try it out. Until I can carve out more time to update earlier posts, it'll return pretty skimpy results, though. I'll upgrade as time allows, aiming to have fully loaded labels by early summer.

Another change is the way search bar items are now returned.

In the past, typing in your keywords in the Blogger bar above returned a link list. You had to click on every link to see what the post was all about (and annoyingly sometimes those links didn't work, either). No more. Now the posts themselves are returned (in the same way as the label items are returned, one after another in the PTSD Combat environment). This alone will make it a lot easier to find what you're looking for. Yeah!

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