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Keepa’s Topical Guide

By: Ardis E. Parshall - July 27, 2008

I’m hopeful (vain enough to hope?) that readers might want to use one of my stories about unknown Latter-day Saints in a talk, or for some other reason might wish to return to an old post. Googling or paging through an increasingly long list of posts is always an option — but an easier way is to use the Topical Guide, which groups the posts on Keepapitchinin, and my earlier posts on other blogs, into broad categories. Someday perhaps I can construct a full-fledged index.

You’ll see a link to the Topical Guide near the top of Keepa’s sidebar.



5 Comments »

  1. Have I ever told you I love your blog? I think I have, like 10 times.

    This is one of my very favorite places on the web. Thank you for your lovely work, next time I give a talk I will take a look at your Topical guide!

    Comment by TrevorM — July 28, 2008 @ 8:13 am

  2. I agree with TrevorM. This and the territorial library project are great resources that go beyond “just posting.” And I think that’s the next step for the Bloggernacle — small projects that organize information that make life easier and more interesting for people.

    I have plans to do similar things at AMV — the list of Mormon-themed novel recommendations for LDS book groups is the first attempt at that.

    Comment by Wm Morris — July 28, 2008 @ 8:26 am

  3. Nice. If this catches on, you’ll have to start calling them previously unknown Latter-day Saints.

    Comment by Jami — July 28, 2008 @ 11:25 am

  4. Great idea Ardis!

    Comment by mmiles — July 28, 2008 @ 6:43 pm

  5. Ardis, this is wonderful. I didn’t know that you were doing a topical guide. Jami, I love your name of “previously unknown Latter-day Saints.” Isn’t it fun to learn all of the new things about these saints from Ardis?

    Comment by Maurine — July 28, 2008 @ 10:39 pm

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