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Yes, there is a quick and easy way. If your post has the following permalink http://account.tumblr.com/post/1239802 then your edit page is here: http://account.tumblr.com/edit/1239802 You just change "post" in the URL to "edit". Note that this does not work if you put something after the post ID (for instance: http://...../1239802/my-post).
Update 26/09/2013: This is now possible for the Android users, the iOS and web ones following soon. Source. Short answer, yes. Long answer, yes, but there is a caveat: you can only edit the text of statuses that have photos attached. So, if you posted a status update accompanied by a photo, you can edit the text of the status. (And I don’t know how far ...
For Flash, there are these two sites, both related: http://wonderfl.net/ http://beautifl.net/ More canvas-related is Aza Raskin's http://azarask.in/projects/algorithm-ink More JS-related: http://jsdo.it/
As of recently, you actually can edit status updates. It's a relatively new feature (according to The Huffington Post it began rolling out on 6/22/12). If you navigate to your timeline (assuming you've switched to timeline already), you'll see a button with a pencil appear when you hover your mouse over a post. If you take longer than 30 seconds to choose to ...
It's now possible to edit the Facebook posts, also the old ones. Just click on the arrow on the up-left corner of the post and select Edit.... This website provides more information.
There is a way to do this, if you use Facebook Notes : http://facebook.com/notes though facebook dont heavily promote the use of FB Notes any more, you can still use them, to create one go to the URL above, and click the "write a new note" button. When you create a note you can use basic HTML tags, including IMG tags, and you can edit notes after you have ...
Have you tried using Facebook Questions? You'll need a Facebook account, and apparently nowadays you can only ask questions in events and groups (you used to be able to do it from your Timeline, just like a status update).
There are many such services: Github Gist JSBin Dabblet Codepen JSFiddle
Trello card titles do not respect Markdown (so having two spaces before pressing enter will not create a line break), but they will overflow to two or more lines if they are too long for a single line. (As mentioned above, the description and comments on the "back" of the card support line feeds.) When resizing the board, you can expect this line wrapping ...
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Etherpad. Even if it was closed, its source code is available so you can run your own server or you can use one of the available public servers. By the way, there are plans to include Etherpad in Fedora.
Yes, Google has removed the feature to roll back to the previous version. Whenever Google Changes it user-interface (for any of its services), it's in a testing phase and the users are allowed to switch back to the old one and also give comments on the new one. This is just to see if there are a sufficient number of users who are finding the new-interface ...
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