Very simple. Build a site that looks like a blog. Think long and hard about how you want to structure this, because it will rapidly become hard to change without breaking links. Basically, I would make a set of folders right off the bat so you have your archive structure all set:
Now when you want to make a new post, create a new page in the appropriate folder. Type madly and truly. Add pictures and other stuff like that. Give your page a meaningful filename, maybe including the date of the post.
If you want to get fancy, add the Link to Page Action to the page, because that will magically create links (previous/next) to the other pages in the same folder. (Note that it will also cause every page to which it is applied to re-publish EVERY TIME.)
On your home page, Add a snippet – the first paragraph of your new post – linking to the full post page.
Okay, so that’s the HTML part of it. It’s just a site, so it works the way normal sites do.
For the comments, go to http://disqus.com and sign up for an account. You will need to give the complete URL of your site, so it’s best if you do this step after you’ve configured and uploaded your site on a public server.
Upload again, and your comments section should appear on your page. There are additional things you can do, like a sweet little hack that adds the comment count to each link on your home page, but that requires manual linking, which makes this doubly hard to do on a day-to-day basis. This is crying out for an Action, I think. Perhaps Tim has a moment… I wish I did.
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