ownCloud provides a basic Command Line Tool for syncronising a folder with your cloud share, but you have to run it each time you want to sync. Using the webDAV capabilities of ownCloud you can mount your folder as a remote drive and work with it that way.
Plenty of services exist to provide you with free Dynamic DNS hostnames, but what if you want to use your own domain name to point to a non-static IP?
It's all too easy to forget that you have an email sat waiting for you to reply to it. We've all done it. Personally I started keeping them in a folder called "Pending", but how often do I remember to check that?
Jekyll comes equipped with `post.next` and `post.previous` links, but how about just moving through the posts within one category?
I've started my blog from scratch, and moved from wordpress to Jekyll in the process. So why the change?