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You might consider looking at WordPress - possibly not for yourself as Typepad seems to be suiting you at the moment - but for other blog-seeking non-profits. It is open source and free for one thing, and allows you to make individual posts private and to have sub-categories as well as categories. I hope to move to it myself one of these days when the guy hosting my existing installation manages to 'throw the switch' and move my blog across.

I am using Moveable Type which is a paid for, locally installed yet not identical version of Typepad. Take a look at an early incarnation at http://bishopthorpe.net/mt/crossroads. It tries to deal with filed and moving information. Would run on your lapmac I guess. You can edit look and feel and functionality using some html, though it can have knock on effects.

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