Pipette is a blogging system.
So how is this different than other blogging systems that exist today?
Pipette is built using “Peer-to-Peer Web” technologies.
The blogs that you create with Pipette are published as Dat Archives, which can be synced to any computer and even viewed when you are offline.
For example, this blog is published as a Dat archive with the following address:
dat://cf1c6948c28017a94f7ffbbcd836b9cc3b6e15f328cb1eec5d91fd5f7109f969/ More Info »
Don’t worry … you can make less scary names for sharing. And you can also publish on a traditional web address.
You can create a new blog directly from within Beaker Browser and publish immediately, straight from your browser. Creating a new blog is practically free. And you don’t have to upload your content to a centralized hosting service like Facebook, Medium or Tumblr.
Note: At this point in time, Pipette is only at the proof-of-concept stage, so there are a couple of manual one-time setup steps that are not yet automated.