I was pleasantly surprised when I realized that the new features included with TypePad Micro (Six Apart's free microblogging-focused version of TypePad) worked seamlessly with my TypePad Pro blog.
What I wasn't as happy about was the way that my Micro posts got a bit lost in the front page of my blog. I run a customized theme here on Ye Olde monkinetic weblog, using TypePad's Advanced Templates feature. This feature let's those of us with the chops (like Six Apart's Services team - plug plug plug) create our own custom templates and themes.
So back to Micro posts: these posts don't get a post title, so they sort of blend in with the rest of the page, since they're not set off by the larger title text that I usually use for my post titles. So, with some fiddling, I figured out how to set off my Micro posts in a way that I really like.
Very cool tip for TypePad Pro members who want to add a TypePad Micro blog into the mix. An example of how blogging, microblogging, and status updates can all work together.