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The Most Dangerous Writing App Deletes All Your Text If You Take A Break

The Most Dangerous Writing App is a web application in which the user can write a text without having to take a break for more than seven seconds.

At the beginning, the user sets a time frame in which he wants to write without intermission. It could be 5, 10, 20 or 30 minutes. During this time he cannot and must not stop writing because if for seven seconds there is nothing inputted into the app, all the content that was previously created will be deleted. However, before deleting the text, the application displays a timer.

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After the selected time has passed, the application keeps the inserted text, so that it can be read.

The goal is to make users think fast and to go ahead even if the sentences don’t have any consistency or multiple grammatical errors have been made. It’s a fun way to see what your writings will look like when you’re pressed by time.

Don’t expect that in this application to be written a new “war and peace” because a recent study showed that people who are slow typers and take multiple breaks are producing texts of a superior literary quality.

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