The site lets you create your own instant and disposable chat channel, simply by adding ? and the name you want to use at the end of the URL. For instance hack.chat/?the-next-web.
I can definitely see myself using this to set up a quick and dirty – emphasis on dirty – back channel at an event or just for throwing shade in secret on a day-to-day basis.
Hack.chat was built by Andrew Belt, a mathematics and physics student at the University of Tennessee, who says its servers don’t save any chat records. That’s reassuring but, as ever, act with caution.
Or you know, talk about your drug use, weird sex habits and that body you buried in the woods…
Update: I’ve been really enjoying seeing readers pop up in The Next Web room