Interesting. There’s a platform to create internet contact that isn’t linked … to anything … even itself. Not only isn’t it linked, search engines spiders are pointed away from it.
It’s a project of Rob Beschizza, who’s an editor at Boing Boing. You type, you publish, you get a URL. That’s it.
If you never link to the URL, no one will ever find it (well, there’s far less likelihood of anyone ever finding it). There’s no log in, no registration, no hash. The posts aren’t even linked to each other.
You can link to your post from outside, but that’s it. The directions are contained in the first post (well maybe it was first, who the heck would know)?
It’s called txt.fyi. Try it. It can’t hurt … no … it really can’t.
Of course, this is going to turn out badly. I can imagine people using it to create anonymous and false source content that appears to be … sourced. So it fits in with my quote of the week: