good blog on medium
Medium, a San Francisco startup founded in 2012, is notable for several things. Two of them are its founders: Ev Williams and Biz Stone, whose past endeavors include Twitter.
Another major fact about Medium is that it it’s a little tough to figure out. Stated in the most general possible fashion, it’s a web-based service that lets anyone publish articles online; Wikipedia calls it a “blog publishing platform,” which sounds straightforward enough. But it doesn’t involve a reverse-chronological index of content or other elements that, to me, are prerequisites for something to qualify as a blog.
Last year, The Atlantic’s Alexis Madrigal published a piece called “What is Medium?” It’s a good, thoughtful read, even though I’m not entirely sure he answered the question posed by his headline. Noah J. Nelson’s “What Medium is For” — published on Medium itself — also isn’t all that…
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This blog is like the ridiculous sweater I bought at Anthropologie a few years ago. It was on sale and the sales lady told me "it looks awesome on you." It's the most bizarre sweater, and whether it looked good on me or not, is highly debatable. Like these blogs, I look at them at say "Yeesh, what was I thinking,," or laugh or bath in their cathartic qualities. The sweater stays for the same reasons.