I already have a “real” blog using WordPress that I’ve posted to on and off for a few years.
I discovered write.as just over a year ago and tried to use it as my Project 365 destination. I did it for a while, but it was several extra steps, so I abandoned it.
However, I’ve always liked the minimal interface of write.as. It allows you to really focus on writing and your message. I’m also an old programmer (as in from a long time ago, not age; OK, maybe a little bit age too) … so I enjoy using Markdown to format my posts (note: write.as has a tool you can enable to use rich formatting instead of Markdown if you’d rather).
Anyway, as I embark on the 100 Days to Offload challenge and write every day for 100 days, I’m going to test a few things out on write.as. I do wish there was commenting more readily available (they’re working on a commenting system). But, I’m hoping that this will post to Mastodon and then discussions could happen there if needed. Trial and error … we’ll see.
Day 2 of #100DaysToOffload
Note: this post was migrated to my “real” blog from the site where originally posted