See the authors behind the posts
All of this remains a concept, and not an actual product. Rose says he's sharing the idea in the hopes of gathering feedback, because "there's something to this." It's also not his first foray into casual web publishing: back in 2007, Rose co-founded Pownce, an early Twitter competitor that was later sold to Six Apart. Rose has put together a concept video of what Tiny could look like, both for readers and authors.