I came to the conclusion that such an issue could be addressed firstly by a novel literary style.
Narratives, essays, etc. they are all very common styles in which we tend to format our thoughts. What these styles all have in common in that they are very scholar in nature.
Such styles may not seem like it, but they are very important tools. So, if a literary style is a tool, could there be some other literary style that is more liberating, accessible, and versatile?
So I came up with the idea of a “Painting” as a style for writing. A painting (with ink) has the property of being made gradually, one brush stroke after another. There is almost zero commitment required in each stroke, but all are intentional. In a painting, no one but the artist can say whether it is finished or not. In a painting, you can always repaint some areas to reflect new understandings. Also, no one can say “That painting is wrong”. The purpose of a painting is not to be right, but solely to express. In that sense, a painting is a live medium, free of boundaries and accessible to anyone.
So from this day, I’m structuring my writings as “Paintings”. That way I freed myself from the drama of correctness. I am free to just open any tool and just write anything, save it, come to it later, add something, remove another, etc. The message of the corpus is the corpus itself, the pure expression embedded into it, and not bound to the linearity of the ideas it conveys.
The issue of presentation (meaning that moment you expose your work to the public) can also be served by this style without changes to the work, with the simple disclaimer of the literary style involved. That way you let the public know how to digest it.
This approach was very liberating to me and opened my eyes to the fact that formats and practical tools (software for ex.) are not the only tools we have for expression. The styles in which we invoke our ideas are also tools, and tools that do not depend on practical interfaces or materials.
Think about all styles that exists: poems, poetry, tales, etc. Each serves a purpose. Each is a tool. Why not create more styles?