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Re-Categorizing
Friday, 2007 December 7 - 4:54 pm
Whew. I'm going back and re-categorizing every post I've written, all 1250 or so, and my main thought is, BOY DO I WRITE ABOUT AMERICAN IDOL A LOT.

I haven't even gotten a quarter of the way through yet. The good news is, it's making me re-read my own blog, and it's fun going back down memory lane.

A few things I've thought of:
  • Remember all those password protected photo albums that I published over on dot.mac? Well, I can actually move them all here, and control access to them via user permissions. That means, I don't have to tell you to email me for the shared password; I can simply turn on access permissions for subsets of registered users.
  • Live-blogging is going to be much easier now. Look for more of that in the future.
  • I can create a specialized database for tracking American Idol results. Heh.

I tell ya, new features are going to start coming fast and furious. Polls! Quizzes! A "note to self" page for registered users!

On the RSS feed question... I'm hesitant to do "option 2" as Jen and Alan wanted. Here's the thing: if there are static URLs available that can be used to read restricted content, then it's more likely that unregistered users will see that content, especially if such URLs are used to generate LiveJournal feed pages. And that's exactly what I don't want. So, I think it'll be option 3, the dummy item in the feed that requires click-through. Don't worry, the number of access-restricted posts will be small, I promise.
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Comment #1 from Alan H (alanisko)
2007 Dec 7 - 9:39 pm : #
So I added your RSS feed to My Yahoo! which displays the first 5 headlines by default. Unfortunately it starts at the wrong end, so the first post is the "Well Crap" football post. Hrmph.
Comment #2 from Ken (realkato)
2007 Dec 7 - 9:57 pm : #
Uh, I guess that's my fault. I had assumed that blog RSS feeds were supposed to be in chronological order, but I guess most of them are in *reverse* chronological order. I've switched it around.

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