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Regarding Calepin and its new Competitors - Iain B. Simpson @calepinapp: You have one competitor starting now (@scriptogram), and more are bound to come. After all, your idea is a very good one… I didn’t publish the tweet above because it deserves discussion. As of 5th January 2012, Calepin (a recently developed service from Jökull Sólberg for generating a static site from markdown files in your Dropbox) is no longer alone. Both Calepin and Scriptogram are being rapidly developed. Both services promise to have custom domains and other exciting features coming soon. What do you want from your publishing platform? The functionality I’m looking for: easy to publish markdown text files into a static sitepages as well as postsonline and offline editing of text files (paid)custom domains (paid)custom themes (paid)CSS inject (paid) Scriptogr.am’s homepage currently states all the features above will be free with their service. Why? This is only the beginning of a new plethora of services coming to market. New services are coming thick and fast.
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Markdown and Blogging and Dropbox, Oh My! « ben tsai There are a bunch of new blogging services that have surfaced recently that share quite a few similarities: Use Markdown for the post medium Use Dropbox for syncing and delivery Boast simplicity and ease-of publishing Emphasize clean design I first heard of Calepin a few months ago. I liked the experience of creating posts locally using Markdown, hitting the “Publish” button, and seeing it live with minimal hassle. Then, in the past week or so, two new services cropped up: Skrivr and Scriptogram. Calepin First kid on the block Developer has a specific vision and good design sensibilities Premium plan in the works I appreciate that Calepin’s developer is highly-opinionated and sticks to his guns. Skrivr Beautiful themes out-of-the-box Quirky method for specifying posts Invite-only Customizable Skrivr sports good-looking themes and a responsive layout out of the box. Scriptogram Just like Calepin, but: Custom CSS All posts on single page Free Why did I start using this word? Like this:
Codename: Obtvse - Nate Wienert Earlier today I was browsing Hacker News and was a bit let down by a post I ran across by recent HN front-pager, Dustin Curtis. See, Dustin’s done some pretty cool stuff and to date much of his writing has been insightful and spot-on. Other things he’s done have been a bit more controversial (Kudos suck, as did the way he responded to critique’s on them). Nonetheless, I was excited earlier today as I was reading his announcement of Svbtle, his new blogging platform. I wrote this engine entirely for myself, without the intention of opening it up to other people. So here’s an obviously talented guy showing off a beautiful new creation on Hacker News, and yet he’s making it a “membership by invitation only” network? Obtvse So, I decided to do something about it. Before I Start a Flamewar Before I link it up, I’d like to give thanks to Dustin. The Goods So without further ado I present obtvse.
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Top 10 Free Online Blogging Platforms A blog is a great way to express your thoughts, create a web presence for your company and provide content to Internet users. If you’re planning to create a blog, but don’t wish to get into the hassles of hosting, developing and deploying it yourself, consider creating a blog at any of the free blogging platforms mentioned below. Such services offer a plethora of features and generally come with both free as well as paid plans. Let’s look at the top 10 most popular online blog-publishing services. 1. WordPress.com is perhaps the most feature-rich blogging service out there. If you choose to use WordPress.com, you’ll be in good company, as many popular blogs — including CNN’s Political Ticker, People Magazine’s Style Watch and Flickr — are on this platform. If you need more than what the free version offers, you can opt for their premium features that include custom domains, upgraded web hosting resources and more. 2. Blog.com is another popular WordPress-powered blogging platform. 3. 4. 5.