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Joe2Go: Take the Publishing 2020 Blog With You

Joe2goIt was three years ago that Robert Scoble and Shel Israel "nudged" me into the blogosphere.  I've had a great time with the Publishing 2020 blog but I've often wondered how accessible the older posts are for a new visitor.  Sure, I've got a search widget and monthly archive links in place, but there are over 900 posts and 2,00 comments to sift through.  This site is just begging for a more usable archive solution.  Thanks to Jim LaRoche and his BlogBooks service, I finally have the answer to the problem.

Jim started with my 2007 posts/comments and created an archive of the entire year.  You can find it here, as a PDF file that has been formatted to look and feel just like my blog.  All of the internal and external links are also preserved, making it a very useful document.

Jim is currently working on archive PDF files for my 2006 and 2005 posts and comments.  I'll make a follow-up post with links when those are available.  He's also doing something else with these archives that I hope to post about in the next day or two, so stay tuned...

If you've got a blog with a sizable archive I recommend you check out Jim's BlogBook service.


L.L. Barkat

I've also been experimenting with ways to bring old content to new places. Wikizines. Squidoo. It's amazing how many tools are at our disposal (if we only had just a little more time).

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