Wednesday, June 9, 2010

A Blogger Worth Following

While Googling how to set a certain preference in Emacs, I came across Sacha Chua's website. Sacha is an Enterprise consultant for IBM and she helps people learn how to use wikis, blogs, etc and be more productive as a result. She blogs about her work, geeky-like things such as Org-mode and Emacs, and life in general. I really dig her site and what she is about in general, and I recommend that folks check her out.

I wonder if Blogger has a way for me to organize my posts in clickable category links... I have the labels widget to the side that uses keywords to organize your posts, but it would be nice to have major categories as their own clickable links like Sacha does, where then each category has its own set of labels.


  1. Aww, thanks! =)

    You might like, another blogging platform with more features. There's much to be said for tweaking your own theme, though, and that might require that you host your blog yourself. Have fun and good luck!

  2. Thanks Sacha!
    I have actually looked into switching to Wordpress after looking at your blog. I do have some of my posts linked to by others, particularly ones dealing with Matlab or Ubuntu, so I need to make sure these can get easily redirected if I switch. I have also been toying with the idea of hosting it myself...

  3. Blogger in Draft can now add "pages" to your blog. You can organize those pages to link to groups of blog postings. It's not perfect but it can help to organize your blog.