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Write.as

Publish a thought in seconds anonymously.

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Write.as takes away distractions, protects your identity, and publicizes your writing.

Start writing now, no sign up required. Or see what our writers have already published.

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Medium 2.0

A new look, app, and features to move thinking forward

Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
Read something. Learn something. Every day. :)
Cindy Millet- Educator
I use Medium almost everyday. If you want to improve on your writing skills, get feedback about your thoughts and ideas, Medium is the place to be.
Benjamin Powell- Founder Adsoup.com & Startup Infomaniac
Its super easy to write with and publish, that is of you want a public journal of course. Otherwise a pen and paper is as cathartic as #%@×
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Canvas

A simple, powerful blog publishing platform

Canvas is a simple, powerful blog publishing platform. Create your own blog with unparalleled speed and efficiency and share your stories with the world on a beautiful template that didn't take 67 plugins to create. Oh, and did we mention it's free?

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Telepost

Create a blog from your Telegram channel

Telepost generates a blog from a Telegram channel

Go Indie: From 0 to 1
I would be stupid not to admit that building on top of a platform is a risk. Before I had apps built on top of platforms and both times the platforms released my features as native experience (GitHub reviews, Twitter threads). Telepost needs future outside of Telegram ecosystem.
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Sunset

A micro journal to capture your thoughts and stay organised

Sunset is a micro journal that helps you capture your thoughts and stay organized.

- Write quick entries anytime, anywhere

- Use happy and sad animations to express your moods and feelings

- Write entries fast with your own templates

- Put your entries into sections and subsections by drag-and-drop

- Customize with your favorite colors, prompts etc

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Eddtor

Sophisticated tool for simple writing. Beautiful. Yours.

Does writing more mean writing better? Try Eddtor and find out. Feedback:

- "Easy."

- "Simple idea, well implemented"

- "I found my flow"

- "My writing is better"

- "Intriguing writing experience - 2K words in, I'm in love."

Edit: 22.07.2018 - We just passed the 10.000 Documents Mark on Eddtor

AMAfeed
AMAfeed is a Ask Me Anything Search Engine and AMA Platform to host your AMA experiences
Bernard Lamailloux
Je viens de découvrir Eddtor, un éditeur de texte en ligne qui vous permet de vous concentrer sur la rédaction sans jamais être distrait par une foultitude de choses inutiles et/ou désagréables venant polluer votre écran. Rappelons qu'à la différence d'un traitement de textes, un éditeur ne permet pas les enrichissements.
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Zero AM

Free private journal app ✍️

Zero AM Journal is a private journal app for windows. Now preserve your memories with this clean UI app. With quick editor feature, you can quickly create the journal entries throughout the day without opening the application.

More features in the upcoming releases including Cloud Sync, iPhone and Android apps and reminders to name a few.

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What are the best hosted micro blogging apps?

smknstdWeb developer
Telegraph - Telegram's answer to Medium
"Check this Blogging platform, for quick and anonymous blogging."
Bold - An internal blog for your team's knowledge and big ideas.
"Very similar to Telegraph with some extended features for blogging"
Write.as - Publish a thought in seconds anonymously.
"Really minimal and has an API, so you can pull posts into your own site: https://developers.write.as"

What is the best blogging platform for startup?

Ingvar Helgerson
Medium 2.0 - A new look, app, and features to move thinking forward
"Medium has a really good reach and a great community of readers and writers. Highly recommended for really anyone."
Write.as - Publish a thought in seconds anonymously.
"While it doesn't have many of those features (in fact, they're left out on purpose), it's flexible enough to easily build on top of, especi… See more

What app do you use to keep track of your ideas?

Gilles De Clerck 👾✌️Growth Strategist 🚀
Trello - Organize anything, together
"I've been using this for a few years and it's one that I come back to time and time again to help organise ideas. Also has a windows phone … See more
Google Keep - Save your thoughts, wherever you are
"I personally use Google Keep to quickly jot down ideas and access it on my phone or my laptop. I have different notes and tags for differen… See more
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