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Hey! Welcome to Ghost, it's great to have you :) We know that first impressions are important, so we've populated your new site with some initial Getting Started posts that will help you get
Ghost uses a language called Markdown to format text. When you go to edit a post and see special characters and colours intertwined between the words, those are Markdown shortcuts which tell Ghost
Ghost has a single, powerful organisational taxonomy, called tags. It doesn't matter whether you want to call them categories, tags, boxes, or anything else. You can think of Ghost tags a lot like
Ghost has a number of different user roles for your team Authors The base user level in Ghost is an author. Authors can write posts, edit their own posts, and publish their own
Sometimes you might want to put your site behind closed doors If you've got a publication that you don't want the world to see yet because it's not ready to launch, you can
There are lots of powerful things you can do with the Ghost editor If you've gotten pretty comfortable with all the basics of writing in Ghost, then you may enjoy some more advanced
Creating a totally custom design for your publication Ghost comes with a beautiful default theme called Casper, which is designed to be a clean, readable publication layout and can be easily adapted for
Started reading Empire of Dust by Jacey Bedford today. Starts with the kind of expository backstory lumping that might've been better handled with a few flashbacks but it's a pretty long book as
Need to come up with a better title for these. I finished Ancillary Sword this morning. Excellent. Deeper, slower paced, more nuanced.
Starting Ancillary Sword by Ann Leckie.
I bought an Apple TV today. The setup consisted of plugging in two cables (HDMI and power), choosing the correct input on the TV, and then placing my iPhone on top of the
A new year, a new blog, a ... hopefully ... new way of organising my thoughts. I haven't written more than 140 characters at a time online in years. I like the brevity of Twitter