Why Medium Lost Its Luster

And Where Do We Go From Here?

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Luster is a glow of light from within, luminosity. And Medium has lost it. To be honest, it has been losing its luster for years, progressively. It’s just not fun anymore. There isn’t one person I know from my several years on Medium that enjoys writing here right now. That means something.




A collection of essays about how online writing has died amongst us from Jonathan Greene.

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Jonathan Greene

Jonathan Greene

Father, poet, writer, real estate investor/team leader, certified life coach, sociable introvert. Curating a meaningful life. IG: trustgreene | trustgreene.com

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