How to use IPython notebook with Dropbox

Recently I fell in love with IPython notebook. I installed it on my PC, laptop and my station at work. Very quickly I realized that sometimes I need to access notebook files from work pc at home and vice versa. Since all notebook files are saved locally you have to copy it over to another machine in order to access it.
One way to fix the problem is to setup IPython notebook on remote server and that way all your notebooks are in one place. Another way is to tell your local notebook to look into remote location for files.
Since Dropbox integrates well with Linux by mounting its resource into filesystem it is and ideal service for this purpose. It may be possible to use Google Drive as well but as far as I know it is a little bit more involved.
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Editing your website files live in Linux/Ubuntu without FTP client

Whenever I work on small web projects I tend to edit files live to speed up the process. I used to use Filezilla FTP client for this purpose although every time you’re saving the file, Filezilla asks you if you want to overwrite the file. This becomes a little bit annoying over time.
On another note, If you’re developing on Windows I suggest you look at WinSCP free FTP client that will let you edit file live and won’t bug you every time you’re saving it.
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