I've been wanting a good way to compose blog entries offline and then zap them over to Blogger. Writing them in a text editor didn't quite work: blogger's HTML doesn't quite match the standard web HTML I'm used to, so things came out looking a little . . . odd.
Yesterday, though, I found a new toy: you can configure blogger to let you e-mail your blog entries. And my e-mail client, Thunderbird, lets you write a message but wait to send it till you have a network connection. So now I'm taking this thing out for a spin: How well does it work? Is there stuff I can do with Thunderbird that Blogger won't handle? And how does composing in an e-mail client change the way the way I write?