Epistlee = Simple Blogging with Markdown
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Simple and Blissful Blogging...
Epistlee is simple. Very simple. The first line that you type is your blog post title, while the rest is your blog post body. But it's better trying than just reading here.
Epistlee is powered with John Gruber and Aaron Swartz's Markdown tool. Markdown is a fun way to format, with easy to remember syntax.
Drafts. The Epistlee Way.
You can save your blog entries as drafts, so that it remains in your world. And it's very simple to do so. Just add 'D' in your title and done! Your blog entry is now saved as draft!
Comments. Disqus Powered.
Comments on Epistlee are powered with Disqus (the best commenting system). It's simple, all you need to do is provide your Disqus Shortname and comments can go under your direct control.
Blog via Email.
Somewhere out? Cannot access Epistlee? No issues! You can also blog on Episltee with your email account. Just send your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org from the email ID you registered on Epistlee.
Filters (or call it Search)
Want to know what you posted in the year 2012 and in the month of November? It's simple with Epistlee filters. Just change the URL and include year, month, date or day or the combo of all. Searching in a fresh way.
If you would like to compliment your blog entries with files, then you can simply attach files, and share it with everyone. All files are saved on Amazon S3 so to achieve a greater reliability.
Epistlee supports custom domains too! If you would like to use your own domain with your Epistlee blog, then you can simply change your settings and put your domain in it.
Epistlee is bliss for developers too! From registering new account, to getting and writing blog entries and just about anything on Epistlee is 100% RESTful, and it's dead easy to consume Epistlee services with an easy to use API. Even our webapp consumes the API!
Go Premium. Just $12/year
With a free account you can use all above Epistlee's features and post maximum of 5 blog entries. To get unlimited blog entries, it's just $12/year.
Lovely, isn't it? :)