Former Google designer Nicholas Jitkoff, whos now the vice president of design at Dropbox, has created a really nifty new web tool hes calling itty bitty sites, or self-contained microsites that exist solely as URLs. You can create your own by following this URL: From there, you can fill the equivalent of about one printed 8.5 x 11-inch page with any combination of plain text, ASCII characters, or emojis. The actual byte limit depends on where youd like to share it; Twitter and Slack allow for around 4,000 bytes, while the Mac version of Chrome can accommodate up to 10,000 bytes.

Source: This amazing new web tool lets you create microsites that exist solely as URLs - The Verge

Very interesting. Also, impossible to update since the code is frozen in the URL, but maybe that’s okay sometimes.