Mainly newer options. These are hosted suggestions. Obviously, a ton of software is available to download and install.
Suggestions from the article:
- http://www.squarespace.com *
- http://droppages.com/getting+started/formatting+content - uses Markdown
* the article's pick
A few others that I can think of:
- http://www.blogger.com - sort of known
- http://www.typepad.com - created years ago by the creators of the blogging tool http://www.movabletype.org
- https://posthaven.com - founded by the creators of Posterus
Feature about Postach.io :
Inspired by the ease of Tumblr, rolling a Postach.io theme is as easy as creating a single HTML page with inline CSS. We include the technical stuff like Google Analytics, Disqus commenting and share buttons.
Feature about Postagon
Posts marked as private in the editor will not appear on your public blog. Only those who know the link to it (e.g. through sharing it via email) will be able to view it. This makes it a quick & easy way to share some thoughts to a select group of people.
Ones I want to read more about:
Proposed Ghost blogging platform - Feb 13, 2014
Parallax Web Design - Dec 20, 2013
Writing-related links - June 2014 - Jun 24, 2014
This is a line of text that gets automatically made into a title. the text to the first newline is the title. if the text exceeds X-number of characte - Mar 12, 2014
Day One Journaling App Info - Mar 03, 2014