The Most Dangerous Writing App is a simple, attractive text editor on the web. But there's a twist to Manuel Ebert's design: if you stop typing before 5 minutes is up, your work starts to fade, and if you don't start again immediately, it disappears completely.
It's not absolute—you can copy your work out of the box, and it's not bugging you with a spellchecker to stop you going klsdafjgh alskdfjhasd kjfh to get through moments of block. But you are gonna be typing all the same, and that's the point.
Do you write your best content under some pressure? Well, I wrote an app for that: https://t.co/9VM3JGe2Rc #MDWA pic.twitter.com/OWuqHtmj2p
— Manuel Ebert (@maebert) February 29, 2016