Okay, Subtext is a great software, tested in the only real test that matter, in production. I am using it for a log time now, and it has given me very few problems, that is the hallmark of truly great software. It does what it needs to do, and it doesn't bother the owner with the details.
Phil Haack, and the rest Subtext gang, has done a great job in creating a zero friction tool for blogging.
It is missing one thing, however, I would really like to have a breathalyzer test as an optional security measure for the blog. I don't want to be able to post while I am drunk, something that seems to coincide with end of conference / end of a really good night at a conference.
I am sure that if you try to map the amount of controversy that my posts generate and correlate that to the end of conference times in which I took part, you would have pretty straightforward work.
As you can imagine, I deny being drunk at the moment. I am... slightly impaired in my thinking, perhaps, but I am not drunk.
I know that I am not drunk by the simple fact that I can type in English, without getting too much errors out.
Nevertheless, I think that such a feature would be a great addition to Subtext. I am pretty sure that tomorrow I am not going to be certain that I want this post out.