Fragmenter: criticism-free online diary
Online-diary read by everyone. And no one.
Write a note every two hours or less frequently, thus creating a snapshot of your life. Your notes are called fragments.
You are supposed to briefly sum up your recent experiences, write about something you did or felt in the past couple of hours. It allows you to not “drift off” for too long in some mechanical or unpleasant activities. Every two hours you can buck up and think about whether you're doing or feeling what you really want. That will have a very healthy effect on your mental state, and this is what Fragmenter is all about.
No comments or “likes” – just write without regard for others
Here you can subscribe to other members to see what they are writing, but there will be no communication - no comments, no questions, no “likes” etc. Thus we prevent the "like-mania" that wears out so many participants of conventional social networks. We want you to feel comfortable writing about yourself whatever you like.
Up to 701-character fragments
The length of a fragment is up to 701 characters; that allows you to write about the most important things, while other users will not have to read long sheets of text.
We do not collect or hold any personal data. The messages containing personal data will be deleted. Also, you can make you fragments private (visible only to you).
We have no advertising
Comfort of our members is our priority. So we want Fragmenter to be snug and spacious.
Read more about what is (or what is not) available on our site in the rules.
What !F users say
Only today learnt about !F and created an account. Have to admit, this site is interesting and special, indeed. The idea is quite the thing! I'll be keeping my diary in spite of anything. I like this anonymity so much!
I really enjoy reading other participants, it's so much more sincere here than in any social network.
Such a funny idea, to keep an online diary, which can be read by anybody - and nobody at the same time.
I like a lot that there are no comments on !F. Here I have an impression that I am writing just for myself. I have less concern that my message will be evaluated.
I like Fragmenter very much. Now I have extra motivation to change. It's a big difference – just write to myself in a paper notebook, or write in order to share my thoughts.
Fragmenter is cool – I start to think once and again why I'm so depressed and how I came to be like that.
Fragmenter is the best thing that happened to me this year!