The idea that you can use your voice to mimic other sounds means you always have an instrument with you. Beatboxing can be extremely expressive, is totally free, and not to mention, a lot of fun.
So after watching many hours of videos on how to beatbox, it seemed like a good idea to bundle together the videos that seemed the most informative and share them with others who may want to learn, too.
That desire led to a strange middle-ground on how to share them. A tweet is too short and informal to put together a substantial collection of links and commentary. A blog post feels too boxed in, one-way, and heavy.
So say hello to the world’s first Blinkot!
A blinkot is a decentralized, democratized way to share short-form content. Each blinkot’s data is stored entirely in the URL, allowing it to be easily edited and forked by anyone without needing user accounts or hefty servers.
Click on the blinkot below to see the content contained within it (hooray beatboxing!). Of course, you can also create and share your own blinkot from scratch.