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I have a Blogger blog and I will be going for long periods of time when I can only access the web via dial-up for short periods in the middle of the night (much like the so-called "flash sessions" that were common in the early days of AOL).

I'm looking for a system of creating blog posts while offline and queuing them up to be published during the night. If I can get this, I'll be happy, but there is one more thing I'm also looking for. I would like to set a delay for each post of about a week.

Anybody got a silver bullet for me?

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@Sathya, why is this not a real answer so I can vote for it? – CarlF Jun 23 '11 at 17:41
posted as an answer @CarlF – Sathya Jun 24 '11 at 4:54
up vote 1 down vote accepted

Turns out Windows Live Writer lets me work offline and upload en masse as well as post-date my blog posts. Worked out great!

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You could also blog by email

The Mail-to-Blogger feature turns any email account into a blog-posting application. In Settings | Email you can create a Mail-to-Blogger address which you will use to send posts via email to your blog:

have a look at this blogger help article for more details.

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+1 as mentioned in my previous comment. – CarlF Jun 24 '11 at 13:23
I don't like it because I can't schedule my posts to appear at a specified date other than that of the email. – Keyslinger Jun 24 '11 at 22:04
well you could have it saved as a draft and post it as required. @Keyslinger – Sathya Jun 25 '11 at 7:12

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