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Ghost: Just a Blogging Platform by John O'Nolan

Ghost: Just a Blogging Platform by John O'Nolan
What People Are Saying About Ghost Forbes - "If Mr. O’Nolan and Ghost deliver on their big idea that is now a funded project, content innovation may return to the forefront of disruptive conversation." Wired - "Ghost aims to reboot blogging ... a combination of user-focused design, open-source code & non-profit company" TechCrunch - "Ghost will take your boring blog to the next astral plane ... it looks so darn beautiful." Mashable - "Is This Kickstarter Project the Future of Blogging?" ProBlogger - "a simply, elegantly designed and useful interface ... Ignite100, Europe's £1 million startup accelerator programme - "Awesome work." AGBeat - "first exciting thing to happen to blogging in years" Ghost is a platform dedicated to one thing: Publishing. Ghost has a smart writing screen. Ghost grabs all the important data about your blog and pulls it into one place, so you can see it all together. Ghost does something ridiculously simple when it comes to your content. Ghost is a non-profit project.

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