Hmm. If I could make a site that just checked the RSS feed and autoupdated, then I wouldn't have to do extra work in the future w/r/t posting. So I guess the next question is "what's the easiest way to present an RSS feed as a pretty web site?" There's got to be some kind of turnkey "set and forget" system I could use for this, right?
If I wanted to be especially fancy, I could take my existing posts, remove the font tags, and add some extra <div> tags to delineate the intro, outro, English sentences, and Spanish translations. Then I could adjust my LJ stylesheet to display those styles the same way I've always displayed them on my LJ page. Finally, the new web site could process those tags into whatever fancy presentation style I want to use.
Ah yes. The problem there was that at some point I put up a backdated Spanish post and (IIRC) a backdated Wednesday-update post. It turns out that LiveJournal doesn't include posts with the "backdated" flag set in your friend-feed. So those first backdated posts didn't show up on your flist. What's worse, I create (say) this week's Spanish post by editing a copy of *last* week's Spanish post. This meant that every *subsequent* Spanish post had the "backdated" flag set (even though they weren't backdated), and they didn't show up on your flist either.
In any case, I went through a bunch of posts and removed the "backdated" tag. Things should be back to normal now.