I agree, Michael, Springpad makes an excellent blog planner. I think the problem Springpad has is that they are becoming so popular that it has become a full time job just prioritizing user requests. Not a bad problem to have, really, especially considering that they are obviously dedicated to continued improvement, both for the users and in such a way as to improve their chances for long term success. For example, they have a new update coming in a couple weeks that will allow setting types and possibly notebooks and the like when you email items into Springpad. This small thing will make the service immensely better, as we all still tend to live in our inboxes and will be able to export things to a tool that will attempt to enhance the information while providing an organizational platform. Good times!