MediaSavvy update

I’ve made a couple of changes to MediaSavvy. I didn’t find the previous topical organization to be helpful, so I’m organizing by the type of information. I’ve reclassified all the postings as Analysis, News, Research, or Links. This is more tightly coupled to my mission: “Daily analysis of Internet media news and research”. I was happy to do away with date-based archives. But unless I can break my category archives into pages, I may have to add them back in the near future.
I can now use Moveable Type’s database to organize my link library, which is something I’ve been wanting to do for a while, but was uncertain what was the best way to do it. You’ll start seeing links on MediaSavvy soon.
Finally, I’ve integrated the search feature that comes with MT 2.5 into MediaSavvy. This was becoming a necessity as the number of entries grew.
I’m more impressed than ever with Moveable Type. I don’t think I could do what I’m doing with MediaSavvy with any other tool that I’ve tried. The more I use it, the more depth I find, rather than limitations. That’s what makes it such a great platform for publishing.