We all want this:
<blockquote>Whereas Alfano said she is happy experimenting with blogging, History Prof. Joel Samoff said that the technology still is not capable of doing all the things that he wants it to do. Samoff said that blogging must perform three main functions if he is to use it in his classrooms.
“It has to be public so everybody can see what other people are publicly posting,” Samoff said. “However, it also has to allow users to be able to post things privately. Lastly, it has to be connected to people’s e-mail accounts so the professor can communicate with students easily.”</blockquote>
At some point, I’m going to have to roll up my sleeves and really dig into <a href=”http://www.baylys.com:8080/manila/plugins/manilafixer/”>David Bayly’s fix</a> on this. Anyone else using it to make posts public and private?