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Start Your Own Workblog With Blosxom – 10 Minutes Or Less

If I’ve learned anything over the last six months, it’s that having a personal space to stash all your notes and categorize your project space is something I can no longer work without. Yes, I know I’ve been [prattling on]( about the benefits of having your own workblog or darkblog (or whatever you’d like to call it); now it’s time to spread the love.

If you’re the sort of person who can’t manage their paper stack, the kind of worker who finds themselves scrambling from notebook to notebook looking for documents from a year ago, or are part of the tough crowd of people who like to Get Things Done, this 10 minute tutorial is for you.


Workblogging: My Brain In Blosxom

Yesterday’s Take Note covered the first half of my work equation, the actual entry part. But what of the critical organization step? Sure, I mentioned I had Quicksilver and Spotlight to keep the structure hounds at arm’s length, but there needs to be some organization. I’ve never been one of those people who keeps every file I’m working with on the desktop, and I wasn’t going to start now.

There’s also the presentation issue, and the access limitation issue, and the categorization issue, and…man, I sure do have issues!

If you’ve read the title of this post, you probably know what the solution is, but I’m a big fan of nuances, so let’s take a look at criteria and how I picked the tools I’m using.