txt.fyi


89 bookmarks. First posted by noahsussman february 2017.


How quaint (and lovely): ‘Write something, hit publish, and it's live. There's no tracking, ad-tech, webfonts, analytics, javascript, cookies, databases, user accounts, comments, friending, likes, follower counts or other quantifiers of social capital. The only practical way for anyone to find out about a posting is if the author links to it elsewhere.’
apps  cms  publishing  text  web 
10 weeks ago by herdivineshadow
The "dumbest publishing platform on the web". Markdown in, URL out.
_brief 
may 2018 by thingles
Quickly web-host text.
time_saving 
may 2018 by eastern_branch
This is the dumbest publishing platform on the web.

Write something, hit publish, and it's live.

There's no tracking, ad-tech, webfonts, analytics, javascript, cookies, databases, user accounts, comments, friending, likes, follower counts or other quantifiers of social capital. The only practical way for anyone to find out about a posting is if the author links to it elsewhere.

But it is legible, no-nonsense static hypertext, good for short stories, not-short-enough tweets and adventures and all your numbers station or internet dead drop needs. Here you can scream into the void and know the form of your voice is out there forever.

Search engines are instructed not to index posts and I'll do my best to make sure this isn't used as a tool by spammers or other abusers. Nonetheless, posting will be turned off if anything bad grows out of it.

Use basic Markdown to format posts: #header, **bold**, *italic*, `code`, >quote, and hyperlinks in the format [link](http://example.com). Try !hacker and !professor and !timestamp too.
publishing  text  cooltech 
may 2018 by cogdog
Plateforme "antisociale" de publication sur le Web, ref. Wired. (Mais, si personne peu la retrouver, est-ce que ça nous empêche tous de la lire?)
web 
january 2018 by jflachap
Super minimal get text on the web service. No indexing, stats or anything. Only way to find a post is if you get sent the link.
publishing  web-app 
november 2017 by mr_stru
simple text publishing
publishing 
november 2017 by cvn
Thanks to and for covering . It gives me great joy to see people using it!
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november 2017 by todbot
I strongly endorse for posting moderate amounts of unedited words online. I think…
from twitter
october 2017 by silby
Minimal publishing platform
publishing 
march 2017 by njd
that would make a nice front end for wouldn't it
from twitter
march 2017 by dylan20
some sort of simplified pastebin setup?
basic  text  publishing  deaddrop  Delicious 
march 2017 by asteroza
one-click markdown publishing
service  markdown 
march 2017 by codl
Favorite tweet:

@mathowie someone told me they could built https://t.co/prKOQJiKjr in a weekend and I had the pleasure of saying I built it in an hour

— Rob Beschizza (@Beschizza) March 3, 2017
TwitterFav 
march 2017 by justinsincl
someone told me they could built in a weekend and I had the pleasure of saying I built it in an hour
from twitter_favs
march 2017 by dariusk
This is the dumbest publishing platform on the web.
from twitter
march 2017 by raidho
Like a forever pastebin publishing platform?
cms  publishing  markdown 
march 2017 by jalderman
Very simple and basic publishing platform.
finally  newslettered  248 
february 2017 by justinavery
Behold , a tool for publishing text, and only text, online. No IDs, no “share” buttons. A *great* creation
from twitter_favs
february 2017 by keithb
This is the dumbest publishing platform on the web.

Write something, hit publish, and it's live.
publishing  web  cms 
february 2017 by jessewagstaff
Favorite tweet: Beschizza

I made the dumbest publishing platform on the web!https://t.co/V2ifnwX3FC

— Rob Beschizza (@Beschizza) February 23, 2017

http://twitter.com/Beschizza/status/834574722960674818
IFTTT  twitter  favorite 
february 2017 by tswaterman
RT : I made the dumbest publishing platform on the web!
from twitter_favs
february 2017 by jtth
This is the dumbest publishing platform on the web. Write something, hit publish, and it's live. There's no tracking, ad-tech, webfonts, analytics, javascript, cookies, databases, user accounts, comments, friending, likes, follower counts or other quantifiers of social capital. The only practical way for anyone to find out about a posting is if the author links to it elsewhere. But it is legible, no-nonsense static hypertext, good for short stories, not-short-enough tweets and adventures and all your numbers station or internet dead drop needs. Here you can scream into the void and know the form of your voice is out there forever.
services  blogging  cms 
february 2017 by mikael