One feature, three fixes in MyWord Editor v0.55.
Each post now has a sidebar, which you can access by clicking on the hamburger icon in the upper left corner of the page. When you open it, you'll see a list of recent posts. The current post is displayed bold. Click on any other post to view it. This list is generated from the RSS feed for the user's blog. Here's a post that illustrates.
Fixed a CSS problem that had list line-height fixed in some cases. All paragraphs in the body should now have a height of 145%.
When generating <description> elements in the feed for the blog, we pass it through a markdown interpreter, since the assumption is that all text in MWE is markdown. If it's markdown text, we also generate a <source:markdown> element that contains the original text, so if the RSS reader app can understand markdown it could do something special with it.
Modified the default template so it includes the title, description and body text in the page elements, not just in the pagetable. This should guarantee that the text is picked up by the search engines. Let's watch for this and see if it does.