Markdown Revisited

Those of you who have been reading my blog for some time know that I write my posts in Markdown. For those who are unfamiliar with it, Markdown is a wonderful writing syntax created by John Gruber of Daring Fireball. I did a post on it 2011, and you can go here to read it.

One of the few podcasts to which I subscribe is Mac Power Users. I've been catching up on podcasts this Memorial Day and noticed they did a show on March 31 called Markdown Revisited, a show all about Markdown. They discuss MacSparky Field Guide: Markdown, a book co-written by Eddie Smith and David Sparks, and the show ranges topics like why bloggers should use Markdown to apps for desktop and iOS devices that will support Markdown writing.

If you're a serious blogger wanting to leverage the power of Markdown to unleash your creativity or if you're an author wanting to learn more efficient ways of drafting that next novel, Markdown is a serious tool for serious people wanting to get some serious work done.

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