Yes, but knowing full well that they would be read and discussed and linked by thousands of people.
That's the whole point on doing it on his website -- ie on a publication medium. If he did it on his hard drive, nobody would have noticed.
That said, why nobody worries that those sounds like the texts of a depressed man, maybe even someone about to do something D.F Wallace style?
Everybody merely assume this is just playful clues to some cool new project, while they don't read that way to me.
"Also, is it too late to be real?"
"she did a feature on individuals who had left society and, in the process, had eliminated every trace of themselves."
"Maybe it's me. I'm a relic which is already out of his time in the present age. Maybe I am what is holding things back, maybe I am already not of any relevance. Good things to consider."
"That's a lot, but I think he could have doone it, even alone, even with tuberculosis. Imagine Kafka's fiendish little face rubbing his hands over that fire! Seems fun. Or he could have hidden it inside an old 32-bit PowerPC. No one's going to look there. Just goes to show that you can't trust people who aren't you. Of course he didn't want them burned. That was just Kafka, writing his own death. The ending has his signature on it. Reality's kind of a medium, maybe greater than paper."