It looks like pagination is a new marquee tag. Now all hip websites like Twitter, Facebook got a fancy infinite scrolling. Scroll down more, you'll get more tweets, status updates or contents. Just for browsing stuff, scrolling with space key (or petting your shiny trackpad) is good enough for those lazy people.
Currently TypePad provides only paginations on monthly archive pages like http://sekimura.typepad.com/blog/2011/02/index.html. But you can make your own infinite scroll page by following these steps:
* Step 1: Create a new "Page" *
Go to "Compose" page and select "New Page" from Compose pull down menu.
* Step 2: Put base html and save it as "all-archives.html"*
Click "HTML" tab and put html code input area.
Here is html code I used. Replace "blogId" with your own. To find your blogId, go to the dashboard for your blog and look at the URL. You will find something like:
In this case, 6a00d8341d3fee53ef010535c8916d970c is your blogId.
And then save this page as "all-archives.html" or something relevant to publish it.
* Step 3: Enjoy infinite scrolling *
Go to the page you just created and scrolling down. It will automatically loading more entries when you about to get the bottom of page. Mine is here. http://sekimura.typepad.com/blog/all-archives.html.
TypePad JSON API provides such a powerful way to render your contents. Go to the page and find more fun! http://www.typepad.com/services/apidocs