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Platfolio: convert Evernote content into a personal portfolio website with this web app

Update 3/4/13 11:45 a.m.: ReadWrite is reporting that Evernote was forced to block “suspicious activity,” a possible hack, and is now requiring all Evernote users to reset their passwords. Just a word of caution for Evernote and Platfolio users out there. For those unwilling (or unable) to navigate their way around WordPress themes or HTML […]

Update 3/4/13 11:45 a.m.: ReadWrite is reporting that Evernote was forced to block “suspicious activity,” a possible hack, and is now requiring all Evernote users to reset their passwords. Just a word of caution for Evernote and Platfolio users out there.
For those unwilling (or unable) to navigate their way around WordPress themes or HTML code to build their own personal websites, the solution may be Platfolio.

Platfolio is a web-app startup based out of Betamore that allows Evernote users to create websites from within the Evernote application. By signing in to Platfolio using an Evernote account, a user can build a website using Evernote’s WYSWIG/word-processing interface and information that users have already stored in Evernote’s cloud.
It’s a project headed by Chris Coy, artist and brother of Andrew Coy, who is co-executive director of the Digital Harbor Foundation.
As of right now, Platfolio is in open beta mode with more than 100 users signed up since launching in late February. Users who sign up for Platfolio are given a one-month, free beta trial. After that it becomes a paid subscription service for about $3 per month.
Watch Andrew Coy talk about Platfolio at February’s Baltimore TechBreakfast:
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=750hWCAIicA&w=550&h=309]

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