This post is from MacJournal. The original purchased version would not post. However, upgrade v3.02 works. Now I can blog from MacJournal and save the content in my Journal. This could provide some additional security.
This January I started using MacJournal. Have tried several other products. However, for me this works best. Tried to convert my last digital journal without success. Did manage to convert it to text. However, all the dates were lost. From the subject matter reconstruct the approximate dates ... This exercise pointed out a major problem with digital journals. That is, they are only as durable as the software used to create them. With my first two, I never considered archiving content in a format readily imported into other applications. I did create backups. Problem is these backups require the original application... MacJournal provides multiple export options including saving in HTML.
Spent a few enjoyable hours recovering a digital journal covering the period from September 1999 - June 2003. Reading this record events and my thoughts brought back so many memories. Its like time traveling back to the past. Think I would like to add some notes like from an outside agent who knows how it all turns out ...
For the past few weeks I have been very busy winding up affairs with my current employer. Monday, I start a new job ... Starting a new job is exciting. The feeling is like the one you get as you approach the crest of a hill. For what is on the other side is a world of possibilities.