If you outline your posts first in an outliner, then push the content to your blog, your blog doesn’t have to be the conventional date order, it can be whatever.
Does a blog have to be in date order, is a blog an online diary, or just a series of daily/weekly posts filed in some manner?
So if you make the outline and then republish to the blog, you can put an OPML file icon on your blog, and since it is a blog it can have an RSS feed, this kind of answers some earlier questions like, can an outline have an RSS feed?
So at the moment if your outline is replicated in a blog it can have an RSS feed, but what about the URL of the outline, can that have an RSS feed?…this is what I want to know.
(Does the outline have to be based on hyperlinks, or can it be a folder tree or both?)
Is the only way to get an RSS feed for an outline to re-publish it in a blog, if my outline is just a simple list of links, I don’t want to make a whole blog for this, what if I want to make several outlines, I don’t want to have to make several blogs?
If I use an outline to list links, when I add links to it people can be notified, I know there are other ways to do this, but outlines also have OPML files which can be manipulated, so this gives the outline an edge compared to other ways to make lists.