I’m going to do the predictable thing and give you this (unsolicited) advice: You can accomplish the exact same thing by publishing on a *domain* you own as you are here. Even if it’s a WordPress blog with a custom domain. That way, if some variation of your future selves (i.e. a set of branches of the infinite number of possible future states of your life) wished you had more control over the content *you’ve* created, you’ll have that control. This is one of those cases where you can have your cake, and eat it too. I have no idea what that phrase means, but it sounds like it fits here.