Months ago, a dear friend tweeted about Silvrback. I followed the link and became instantly enamored of the product.
I’ve been reading articles on Medium for many months now, and even published my first post ever there. I can't deny that there was something about the description of Silvrback that pulled me in. Hosted, markdown-powered, with a bio page? I signed up a few days after and waited a month for my invitation, which I let sit for yet another month - until today.
I’m pleased to say that setting up my Silvrback account is a complete pleasure. The UI is simple in an elegant way, and is dead easy to use for someone like me who has no patience to do anything more intricate (at this point, anyway). The draft page is inviting and friendly, yet unobtrusive to the user in how distractions can be toggled away.
I'm very curious to see how my relationship with Silvrback grows. While I have [Postach.io](postac in my proverbial back pocket for another project, I don’t think I will find another service like Silvrback for my needs – somewhere to write and for gathering all my many internet things.
Special thanks to Rebekah Cancino for an unexpected dash of inspiration.
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