Ok, I am going to put aside all my feigned interest in CMS and web developments.
Today, I want to do stuff real easy, however there are so many ways to do it that I don't know what I want to do
I'm using Atlantis Word Processor for making documents. It is light and real good for my purposes including smoothly taking multiple cut-and-pastes direct from the clipboard to a page with a lot of writing. Also solid on taking the Greek fonts that come from certain Bible pages on the net (e.g. a verse from Blue Letter Bible.) Also solid rtf as I use color and fonts for contrast. (I just would like its Paste Special -> Plain text to function better, right now I am doing that from my Eudora editor first.) If Abiword or anybody else has advantages over Atlantis, let me know, so far though I am quite happy.
I want to place the .rtf documents on the net shortly after they are made. (I would prefer not to convert them to PDF unless there is a compelling reason.) I could cut and paste the document if that works, rather than upload, however that could easily clunkify.
Sometimes to be seen by a few friends, sometimes to place a link on a forum. They don't need fancy indexing initially. What I do later with such documents with CMS or ebook or other stuff is not the immediate issue.
I could use a simple web developer (Serif, etc). And upload to a domain. Has certain advantages. However, that leads to the intermediate step of how my document goes into the web developer.
Maybe a blog that does not have a blog feel but is more simply type and go. Again, though, I want to prepare in my home word processor, not a blog editor.
Or I could use a special publishing tool like youblisher or whatever. They seem to like PDF.
File sharing services are possible, but I think I want a tad more sophistication.
Your ideas, please. I'm ready to roll, I did about five .rtf docs last week, sent them to friends and realized I like the method of using Atlantis as the editor. And I don't at this time need fancy dancy, drawings, pics ... this is research text tech.
Nothing proprietary. So I don't need complex permissions.