I was a little curious about the format the articles from Skadoodle are presented in.
First they are zipped. That makes sense. Then they need to be opened. I use WinZip.
I created a special Folder for them in my Research Folder - Articles - Skadoodle -
Geriatrics. then I opened the zipped file to Geriatrics. As per your advice there were
65 articles. (I went through the procedure for some of the new folks we have now).
When I opened one of the files I was looking at a block of text with some coding in it.
It looks like a NotePad file. So I opened Edit Plus (a little program I picked up for $30)
that is a HTML Editor and is fairly friendly initially). Lo and behold there was a beautiful
little article ready to go.
I rewrote about 50% of it, by starting about the TV commercial ad that is currently
running about Stair Lifts. I think maybe 20 minutes tops, I had a unique and full
fledged blog post in ApSense, with the little ad that is coded into the article.
I am tickled pink. Thanks Skadoodle team.