With the form provided by this web app, users can create simple web pages using Markdown. These web pages are self-contained, fully encoded in their own URL. Because of this, it is easy to send huge amounts of text by passing a simple link, possibly shortened by a URL shortener service. Because URLs can be quite long and this app uses gzip for compression (which works extremely well for text), the amount of encoded content can be surprisingly big (see an example below).
A running echo instance can be found here: tinyurl.com/memowecho.
- Has the world ended yet? - the obvious answer.
- A huge amount of text encoded in a not-so-long URL.
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