I am testing various paste bins

A test of pastie.org

http://pastie.org/607747.txt

Here is the blog of the creator of pastie.org

http://blog.pastie.org/

Here is a test of paste.plurk.com

http://paste.plurk.com/show/17859/

paste.plurk.com was created by

http://dev.pocoo.org/projects/lodgeit/

Sure enough, here is what paste.plurk.com explains:

Welcome to the LodgeIt pastebin. In order to use the notification feature a 31 day cookie with an unique ID was created for you. The lodgeit database does not store any information about you, it’s just used for an advanced pastebin experience.

Here is a test paste which I just created. I want to know now I may modify or delete it.

http://paste.pocoo.org/show/138377/

I have not so far been successful in learning how to modify or delete a paste. I would much prefer to accomplish the paste task in PLURK by simply blogging to wordpress, and posting a link to the blog, since I have total control over the blog.

Here is a review of various paste bin applications which apparently are very popular with software code developers.

http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2009/02/03/top-5-places-to-share-code-quickly/

Here is a test of a PRIVATE PASTE. I want to see how it works, and if I can edit or delete it.

http://pastie.org/private/lpscied9xnvwxcxnd6tfg

This page on pastie.org explains that it has been developed with RUBY ON RAILS which is a database development open source tool. I found a simple but useful encrypted password storage program developed
as an exercise in RUBY ON RAILS which is
http://4mypasswords.com

http://pastie.org/why/

If you read up on pastie.org you will notice that it was developed for easy use in IRC chat channels, which stands for “Internet Relay Chat” and has a fascinating history which you can read about HERE.

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