Blogging platforms are, as far as I know, too complicated for my needs. I like to write ideas and keep track of them somehow. I don't care about themes, widgets, or any kind of meaty personalization. I understand why a lot of people want a feature-rich blogging platform, but I don't. There's something beautiful to me in the purity of just a message.
Some blogging platforms I tried in the past started with austere interfaces and user experiences, but soon most of them evolved into something more bloated than I wanted. Perhaps their simplicity was just a side-effect of their nascency.
Tired of that cycle, I built Throwww.
My goal with Throwww was to build a simple, fast, and unobtrusive way to share ideas. Post anonymously if you don't care about taking credit for your work, or post with your twitter credentials if you do. Posting with Twitter is only used to create a Throwww account for you. Nothing is actually shared on Twitter on your Behalf.
This is a work in progress, but I promise to stick to the principles of simplicity.
I hope you like it.