I am testing various paste bins

A test of pastie.org


Here is the blog of the creator of pastie.org


Here is a test of paste.plurk.com


paste.plurk.com was created by


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.


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.


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


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


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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