Blot is a blogging platform with no interface. It creates a special folder in your Dropbox and publishes files you put inside. The point of all this — the reason Blot exists — is so you can use your favorite tools to create whatever you publish.
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A blog costs $20 per year. The annual fee pays for the servers which host your blog. It also covers the cost of providing support. Here’s a handful of the websites hosted on Blot:
Hanna Utkin is a filmmaker and producer from New York City. Hanna’s website uses the Console template.
The Sportsman Flying Club is a pigeon‐racing club in Toft Hill, UK. Their website uses a custom template.
Theo Francis is a reporter at The Wall Street Journal. Theo’s blog uses a custom template.
Fagerheimen Borettslag is an apartment building in Oslo, Norway. Its website uses a custom template.
Rebecca Kukshtel is an engineer at Betterment in New York City. Rebecca uses a custom template.
Jacoby Young works at Kapālama Elementary School in Hawaii. Jacoby uses the Console template.
Kristian Hjelle is a designer and partner at Bakken & Bæck. Kristian uses a custom template.