How desperate are you to write every day? If you write your best under pressure, Manuel Ebert wrote an app to help you. It's called The Most Dangerous Writing App
and it's free to use.
You can choose to write for five, 10, 20, 30, 45, or 60 minutes. The catch? Your writing is erased - forever - if you stop for more than five seconds. A notification will appear telling you that you have failed.
In a Wired article
, Margaret Rhodes writes: 'The app doesn’t care what technique you use, provided you keep typing. If you stop, even for a second, the edges of the screen become tinged with red. The longer you go without typing, the redder the edges become, until, after five seconds of inactivity, your progress is unceremoniously erased.'
Try it if you're feeling brave. Click on the app below and it will take you to the site, but remember: Don't Stop Typing!
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