Dec 10, 2012
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Blogging with Medium, the odd new product from Twitter’s founders
However, there’s no hard evidence of demand for the kind of things Medium offers. People definitely want to read news online, and they definitely want to see their friends’ updates on Instagram, and they definitely want Harry Potter fan fiction. But do they want random anecdotes and backyard photos from strangers?

Blogging with Medium, the odd new product from Twitter’s founders

However, there’s no hard evidence of demand for the kind of things Medium offers. People definitely want to read news online, and they definitely want to see their friends’ updates on Instagram, and they definitely want Harry Potter fan fiction. But do they want random anecdotes and backyard photos from strangers?
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    Another take on “Medium.” It is quite odd. I have yet to decide what to make of it. From what I read in the Verge...
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  7. retronator said: Good article. Been following Medium for a while so it’s nice to get an update. Too bad they’re still closed though.
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    May consider leaving tumblr for this. Not sure, seems very cool.
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