ah se eu pudesse
encontrar suas maos nas minhas
e ao toque suave da pele
sentir o arrepio da vontade urgente
que nasce, que cresce
que mexe, remexe, enlouquece
Ok, Medium, you turned a deaf ear to all people complaining about the uselessness of being a paid member. We can’t even customize our own homepage (it’s ours, do you know that?), so I’m saying bye-bye today to my membership. See you later, when there is some real benefits in paying that five bucks. cc: Medium Staff.
I’m new here, too. But mostly everyone seems to be, and as we’re figuring it out, they’re tweaking things. I have to say, it took a minute to get used to, but now I love that there is no way to vote something down, nor to block someone.
I block people on social media, occasionally. At first I thought, maybe it’s just a…
I do wonder, though, if the reason for Medium staff for picking a story has to do with the writing itself and not with the message being presented.
I can think of several recommendations that didn’t represent higher quality writing, but they might be “a fluke.”
Derek, I agree completely. When I joined Medium last year, it seemed like a platform geared towards promoting original, thought-provoking content produced by writers from all walks of life. In fact, some of my earlier articles gained a little traction. However, condescending “your life sucks so do what twentysomething-smug-Silicon Valley dwelling…
Jules I noticed Medium autopopulated one of the tags of the “burning down the house” story with “fiction,” which it assuredly is not, but I decided a week or so ago to stop changing the autopopulated tags as an experiment. So whatever Medium chooses, Medium gets in the way of tags for my stories. Sometimes they’re fairly accurate, but sometimes they…