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500ish.com
The other day I came across a link to an old article of mine which was shared on Twitter. But when I clicked on the link, something was different. Something was better. Far better. You see, the link in question was to an AMP version of the article on TechCrunch. via Pocket
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april 2016 by hansdorsch
medium.freecodecamp.com
Our blog was critical in helping our open source community reach an early critical mass. And in the 18 months since we launched it, our blog has been viewed half a million times. via Pocket
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april 2016 by hansdorsch
Revenue on Medium — The Story — Medium
Online publishers are already benefiting from Medium’s hassle-free CMS, our network of engaged readers, and our always-on product innovation. Now, select publishers can generate revenue as well. via Pocket
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april 2016 by hansdorsch
Inside Medium: an attempt to bring civility to the internet - BBC News
On an internet full of hurried, scruffy ballpoints, Medium is the web's fountain pen. We're told our attention spans are short. That we cannot focus on anything beyond 140 characters, or without lists accentuated by quirky reaction gifs. via Pocket
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march 2016 by hansdorsch
Medium plans publisher monetization within a month, considers paywalls and premium content | VentureBeat | Business | by Paul Sawers
Popular long-form blogging platform Medium has given the biggest hint yet as to how and when it will let publishers monetize their content. via Pocket
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march 2016 by hansdorsch
About Medium — About Medium — Medium
Medium is a different kind of place to read and write on the internet. A place where the measure of success isn’t views, but viewpoints. Where the quality of the idea matters, not the author’s qualifications. A place where conversation pushes ideas forward and words still matter. via Pocket
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march 2016 by hansdorsch
How Newsstand failed The Magazine, and what Apple should do | Macworld
Apple’s Newsstand was introduced with iOS 5 as a place for apps designed to deliver content in the form of a periodical—whether continuously as new articles or in the form or regularly produced issues—to gain superpowers. via Pocket
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march 2016 by hansdorsch
Adblocking is a small part of the bigger question, who controls the media? | Media | The Guardian
Publishers may fear it but it is a cog in the larger puzzle of who holds power over news, information and access to the mobile web Those who make a living from producing journalism ought not to approve of “adblocking” software, in the same way that chickens do not hold investment portfolio via Pocket
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march 2016 by hansdorsch
How Instant Articles helps the open web
How Facebook Instant Articles helps the open web. Summary: Facebook is using open web technology to power Instant Articles. I'm not sharing anything that isn't already publicly documented on the Facebook developer site. via Pocket
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march 2016 by hansdorsch
Gigaom Evan Williams on Medium: “The magazine is the analog for what we’re doing”
When Twitter cofounders Evan Williams and Biz Stone launched Medium last year, their goal was for it to be a collaborative publishing tool that connected writers to a larger network. via Pocket
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march 2016 by hansdorsch
Efe Cakarel on curating art-house films in the binge-watching era — Freunde von Freunden
In 2007, Efe Cakarel was sitting in a cafe in Tokyo and wanted to stream a movie on his laptop. But he couldn’t find a service that would let him do it, even in tech-forward Japan. So on his flight back to the US, he drew up business plans for a radical new venture. via Pocket
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february 2016 by hansdorsch
Evan Williams continues to experiment with Medium, and that's okay - Fortune
It’s hard not to feel sorry for Medium founder and CEO Evan Williams now and then. via Pocket
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february 2016 by hansdorsch
Can you make money with Medium? — Medium
Lately I’ve been asking myself how can I make my art and comics more sustainable? I know it’s not cool to think about money, but I think everyone would love to make a living from their passion. Is that possible using Medium, a platform you don't control? via Pocket
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february 2016 by hansdorsch
Instant Articles Launches to Everyone on Android, with More Than 350 Publications Globally | Facebook Media
We’re excited to announce that everyone who uses the Facebook for Android app can now read thousands of Instant Articles every day in News Feed from publishers worldwide. via Pocket
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february 2016 by hansdorsch
Details — The Slow Web Movement — A Progressive Way Forward
What Is This All About? The web moves at an incredible pace, and increasingly services are being demanded live. With a live web, users have come to expect real-time (or close to) feedback. via Pocket
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february 2016 by hansdorsch
Snackable Content
Snackable Content bezeichnet Inhalte, die zum einen kurz sind und zum anderen leicht und schnell von Nutzern konsumiert werden können. Snackable Content ist in der Regel unterhaltsam, nützlich oder erhellend und besteht sowohl aus Text als auch aus Bild- und Videomaterial. via Pocket
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february 2016 by hansdorsch
api.laterpay.net
Die Menschen wollen Geschichten. Sie schätzen tiefgründige Recherche; Longreads, Scrollytelling, opulente Multimedia-Reportagen, trimedial aufbereitet in (Bewegt-) Bild, Ton und Text. via Pocket
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february 2016 by hansdorsch
Das Slow Media Manifest | slow media
Im ersten Jahrzehnt des 21. Jahrhunderts, den so genannten Nuller-Jahren, haben sich die technologischen Grundlagen der Medienlandschaft tiefgreifend verändert: die wichtigsten Schlagworte lauten: Vernetzung, Internet und soziale Medien. via Pocket
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february 2016 by hansdorsch
J. R. Carpenter || A Handmade Web
"The more proprietary the web becomes, the more committed I am to using it in poetic ways."
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february 2016 by mathpunk

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