One frequent complaint on OS is that it is difficult to find good posts that have been published in the past. The search tools that are available aren't of much help. But there is a way that people can work around that problem.
On the lower left side of your blog page you can create your own links, under the "My Links" heading. Right there you can select "edit links" and create your own links.
Recently I created two new categories of links. The first is My Best Posts. This contains a list of ten of my posts that either were the most popular, or that I enjoyed writing the most. The second category is My Cell Phone Photographs. This list contains links to all of my photography posts on OS.
That's what it looks like. Or you can look to the left and see the actual links on this page.
Out of the 70 or so posts that I have on OS, these are the ones that I would recommend to anyone who might be interested in my stuff. Everything else -- forget about it. By creating the links, everything is in one place, and no one has to search for anything.
If more people do this, it can help readers find good posts that they otherwise would have missed. I suspect that like me, out of all of their posts most people have a handful that they would consider their best work. It only takes a few minutes to create these links, and it eliminates the need for people to search for the best posts from their favorite writers.