Sunday, May 17, 2009

Caveats to blog management: What works well and what can be improved

Hi all,

Just a quick follow up to my previous post on blog management. I note the following items regarding this new blog method:

  • Embedded pictures (those images attached, pasted or dragged into your e-mail) do not display in the blog properly
  • The subject becomes the topic header of the blog post
  • The text of the blog editor on blogger shows large typeface however the blog posts according to the style of the blog
  • This new technology makes it easy to multiply mistakes (one e-mail message can appear on multiple sites quickly)
  • Inconsistent formatting of text occurs around pictures
  • E-mail messages sent to the Blogger can be set for either draft mode or instant publishing

Well until next time, stay healthy.

Blog Management: How to do it.

Hi all,

Well I’ve just discovered a new tool in my effort to stay current with my blogs. I am a user of the Google Blogspot web service (based at I recently opened my Dashboard to begin a new posting and noted that each site has an email icon next to a mobile phone icon.

It appears that one can now create a secret email address that will allow one to send an email which results in a blog posting. Tada! End of problems regarding how to find time to stay current with blogging. An interesting note is that one can probably send one email to multiple recipients (blog sites) and see multiple posts. Double Tada!!

Well light bulb just went off in my head. Everyone has time for an email. Everyone does. Since many folks no longer write letters this new technology allows folks to get a grip on their many blogs (sometimes simultaneously). Well this first post of the new blogging error is within the context of how to use the new technology.


  1. Login to blogger and view your dashboard
  2. For each blog site click the email icon and add a secret word to create a unique email address
  3. On your phone / email program – create a new contact (I use @blog-name for my contacts so they are easy to find)
  4. For each contact set up the secret email address you created in step 2
  5. Create a message and send it to the contacts you have configured
The dashboard area should appear like this...

Feedbacks, comments, critiques are all welcome.

Be well and happy blogging.
Tom C. 阿明

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