Also, I started to make a "choose your own adventure" game, but I realized that would be the end of my day's productivity!
The web would benefit from open air ephemerality. Real ephemerality, not "your photos and videos disappear to our digital vault, probably forever." Also:
> Passwords are optional.
This makes me happy.
No idea what that's called. Maybe hipsterism? I liked to know that what I'm seeing is authentic, real, and limited (even if it was technically available to everyone in the world).
Edit: I was going to add "gnostic" but I can't find a dictionary to back up my definition. What I mean is a hierarchy based on secret knowledge.
Some feedback for the author: it might be interesting to add a "I'm feeling lucky"-type feature, kind of like StumbleUpon. Or some other fun discovery technique.
That being said, are there any plans to support markdown? Also it may prove helpful to be able to download posts before the site is destroyed.
>tfw when someone doesn't have a strong password.
I for one am not too worried about "legit" brands being squatted. No sane person thinks https://sdnotes.com/facebook was made by Facebook.
It would be nice to have a setting that prevents a password from being added to the page.
Right now, all it takes to end the fun of an unpassworded page is for a bad actor to add a password (see: https://sdnotes.com/index)
damn beat me to it
If you can solve the "potential for abuse" problem while maintaining this format, you've got something!