JustPaste.ItWith the united features of the above services we should have covered just about anything, right? Wrong! There is a geeky reason why JustPaste.It made this list: you can enter mathematical formulas using LaTeX. Moreover, you can upload photos, embed videos, import text files from your computer, and export the result to PDF. Best of all, while you edit your post, it is saved every 3 minutes, so you don’t have to worry about losing anything.
- WYSIWYG editor.
- HTML editor.
- automatic backup every 3 minutes while editing.
- upload photos.
- embed videos.
- import .doc, .rtf, and .odt files.
- insert mathematical formulas with LaTeX.
- export to PDF.
- create custom page name.
- receive short URL to share what you pasted.
Did you ever wonder why text messages on your mobile
phone are limited to 160 characters?
The first text message was sent in 1992 and texting soon became a mass phenomenon. Subsequently, the magic number of 160 characters was adopted for other forms of communication and today we see similar character limits on micro blogging platforms like Twitter or Plurk . Twitter for example, reserves 20 characters for user names, hence bringing the limit down to 140 characters.
In the age of information overflow and short attention spans, the limit is a blessing because it forces brevity. On the other hand, a lot of information is lost. Fortunately, there are ways to escape the character limit. Below I will introduce 5 services that let you share text, images, videos, code, or formulas anywhere using a short URL. You don’t even have to sign up.