Today I began to use the Fargo outliner to create an annotated Table of Contents for my blog about Thailand. I'm no longer struggling with how to get my Fargo website to look the way I want. Now it's just a matter of stuffing it with the content I want it to organize. It's actually very simple and is making it really easy for me to organize links to what I have written over many years, that is scattered all over the Internet. Before long, anyone (including myself) will be able to come to ronchester.smallpict.com to discover what I've written and posted to Usenet, my own website, my blogs, Facebook, Google Plus, Pinterest, You Tube, and other places since the early 90's. It won't be thoroughly indexed and cross referenced the way Google or the NSA might organize it, but it will be straight forward and easy to use.