Update 3/6/2013: You must have the folder published as “Public On The Web”. Just “Anyone With The Link” won’t work anymore.
See This Blog Post where I discovered the trick.
You can host a web page on google drive now. You can even host relative assets, etc and google drive does a good job of finding them.
One stumbling point I had: If you need assets, you have to use the root folder’s long identifying string. Not the specific HTML file’s string.
Hosting solution for markdown presentations?
I’d love a way to use markdown to generate HTML presentations. If I were to use a markdown-generated HTML presentation, I’d probably want to host it somewhere. Probably exactly where I edit it in the first place. In my google drive!
I took a shot at it
So I hosted a folder of “presentations” I may potentially give: Presentations on Google Drive
- Image embedding is manual by filename - ick. That’s not going away either.
- Remark.js default styling is horrible. I tried to emulate reveal.js but it’s hard.
Casey Watts! studied neurobiology at Yale University, and he is a co-author on several neurobiology papers. He has also worked in software development for 10 years, including at Heroku. Casey is an independent author based in Washington, DC.
Casey is the author of Debugging Your Brain. This book brings together two parts of Casey's background: psychology and software development.
Debugging Your Brain (DYB) is a clear applied psychology book and a concise self-help book. Whether or not you have a technical background, you will find the software development analogies approachable and insightful. You will likely reference and re-read DYB many times, each time discovering new insights.