To start, go to the submit page and type the content you wish to publish in the large textbox. This can be a list of links, just text or a mixture of both.
Below this are four options:
Visibility - controls whether search engines can see your submission and whether a password is needed to access.
Link Options - controls the appearance of each link, they can be displayed as they are written or they can be tidied up into numbers, references or icons.
Referrer Info - controls whether the destination sites should be able to see that their users have come from your submission.
Passcode - allows a lengthy passcode to be set, giving you the ability to change the visibility options at any time, change the access password and attribute your submissions to yourself. If you use the same passcode twice the submissions will be linked - a way of proving that the same person created each one. Make sure your passcode is written down and kept safe.
Then simply check the box to show you are not a robot and press publish and your paste has been created. Copy the address at the top of the window to view it anytime and share it to allow others to do the same.
Create lists, bookmarks, blogs,downloads, anything else you can think of. See these suggesions for more ideas.
The passcode has two uses, to allow changes after submission and as an identifier. As there are no usernames to go with it, the passcode must be very long to be secure. Once you have created a passcode while submitting a paste, make sure to keep a copy of it somewhere safe. The passcode is then encrypted through a one way method - impossible for someone to reverse it. This encrypted version is then shown publicly and is something you can use to identify yourself with.
Clicking the passcode on a paste will show a list of all pastes with the same passcode. Entering your unencrypted passcode into the edit box at the bottom of a paste will allow changes to be made or for the paste to be deleted.