This is not really a suggestion for Scooby and his blog, but more for Google and the capabilities that it provides in the blogger tools.
would be nice to be able to have a "sticky" functionality, which allows
certain threads to "keep current" and either on the top of the blog, or
on a special list, so that it persists.
Or a way of having new posts shown at the top of page, but are still categorized within a previously established thread.
topics particularly around talent retention, employee and retiree
benefits, legal actions and NIF should have their own "stickies."
Otherwise, the many of the threads become fragmented over time, and some
threads that go out of sight (off the front page) go out of mind.
can explore whether some of the other "templates" have something like
that, but I thought it was just something to suggest and also bring to
the attention of the other readers here as well. The thought was simply
to make it easier to find and refer to older posts, and perhaps to
encourage Scooby to explore such template options if he's inclined to do
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