Blog To Book

To save our thoughts and writings: is a typical human goal. In the sixties I wrote lyrics, in the eighties essays: for print media. No internet available. But then the times changed. In the nineties I tried to transfer my books to blogs. No I just discovered how to transport blogs back to books. Read more below …
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As a wordpress blogger you have to export your blog via tools, download the xml-file. Then go to “blogbooker” to transfer to PDF-file!
related links:
1 – Exporting your WordPress blog (support / instructions):
http://en.support.wordpress.com/export/
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2 – submit an export file provided by your blog system to BlogBooker:
http://www.blogbooker.com/
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3 – for example my blog [only Dec 2012] transferred to PDF:
http://flickrcomments.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/2012-12-frizz.pdf
4 – someone who had lost the complete blog content:
http://smkelly8.com/2013/01/18/relieved/
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5 – instructions in German:
oceanphoenix.wordpress.com / anleitung-fur-wordpress-blogbooker
compare also
http://rarasaur.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/when-blogs-disappear/

About frizztext

websites: 1 - my daily wordpress blog "flickrcomments" at FLICKRCOMMENTS, 2 - my own photos at frizztext, 3 - flickr group group: BLOG IT!

29 responses to “Blog To Book

  1. Your book is interesting I should write a book like you

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  2. You made a nice point… I started to write on walls or on everywhere where I found a pencil… :) I was a little child. Then papers took place instead of my father’s book pages or my mother’s magazine pages… Then I had my first journal… a lovely notebook… I can’t believe, I can write all my story now :) You inspired me. Thank you, with my love, nia

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    • hi Nia, you inspired me with “Then I started to write on walls or everywhere whenever I found a pencil…” – when I was aged 8, I scratched on hundred houses my name in my hometown, because my parents went to another city hundred miles away. When I had my first car, aged 18, I came back to my old hometown, and still found some of the old initials on the walls!

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  4. Wow, I never thought about losing my blog. Thanks for this info!

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  5. P.S. – do you mind if I reblog this?

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  6. Have been meaning to back up my blog, but I had no idea how. Thanks for the links Frizz.

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  7. When I first started blogging I wrote the blogs in word first and then transferred them to the blog so I had the original copies I started with. I guess my process was backwards! LOL!

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  8. Good post FT, must do this soon!

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  9. this is great, and you’re so kind to share these steps with us. i should have done this months ago, when a few of my posts vanished from the archives.

    http://playamart.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/yes-virginia-there-is-a-santa-claus/

    thanks for passing this along! z

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    • whoa caballo – I would not manage a single post,
      if I had to suffer under such travel conditions!
      respect, Lisa, you have good nerves!
      P.S.:
      you need a portable hard drive for storage connected via USB, I have one for back ups

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  10. This is wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Oh great ! I wondered how to do that! Thanks

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  12. Reblogged this on greywolfphoto and commented:
    It never occurred to me that I might LOSE my blog! I think this is information well worth sharing. Thank you frizztext!

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  14. I was just thinking about this – now I have a few less steps to search for, thanks!

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  15. Amy

    You read my mind, Frizz. I have been thinking about it lately. Yahoo.photo lost all my photos some 7 years ago… Thank you so, so much, Frizz!

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  16. So glad to find out about the blogbooker.
    I exported my blog and important it to a new platform two years back.
    that was great. but the ability to change it to PDF is just superb :)
    thanks for the infor

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  17. Reblogged this on REVOLUTIONS IN MY SPACE: A BLOG BY RITA BANERJI and commented:
    A very useful tool and a great way to preserve our blog posts in a pdf format! Thank you Dietmar!

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  18. Super, dass du die Anleitung auf Englisch übersetzt hast! Ich ergänze jetzt mal meinen Beitrag mit dem Link zu deinem Beitrag hier :)

    Viele Grüsse,
    Ocean

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