Using An RSS FEED
I've found that if I put a 'Current' RSS feed item at the top of my post it tends to make the post subject seem up-to-date. You must include an 'Attribution' for the feed in order to be able to use it. This is actually called Content Curation
It would look something like this:
1: An introduction
Twelve years ago I suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm. It was a very scary time for me. (BLAH BLAH BLAH)
2: A current subject related content from an RSS feed.
Knowing who your are after a cerebral hemorrhage. Article Title.
Friday, January 10, 2014 10:14 AM (NOTE THE DATE)
Knowing who your are after a cerebral hemorrhage. The key to surviving after you suffered a major head injury; a ruptured cerebral hemorrhage also falls into this class, is to find out what you can actually remember. The "Knowing who you are after a cerebral hemorrhage" title above, specifically a brain aneurysm that burst, sounds a bit vague. But it's not if you've experienced one of these brain traumas. I did not have a clue who I was when I came back to reality. READ THE COMPLETE STORY HERE... **This would be the link back to the feed; a must have!**
Now, you can either fill the rest of your article with some very good writing or continue on with 'Curating' more content for your article. there is a bit of a trick to curating stuff but it's not really that hard once you get the hang of it.
The idea behind the 'current' rss feed is give your article a 'New' appearance. And, this fits in with the new Google "Humming Bird" idea to rate a blog.