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Telegraph

Telegram's answer to Medium

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Medium 2.0

A new look, app, and features to move thinking forward

Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
Read something. Learn something. Every day. :)
Cindy Millet- Educator
I use Medium almost everyday. If you want to improve on your writing skills, get feedback about your thoughts and ideas, Medium is the place to be.
Benjamin Powell- Founder Adsoup.com & Startup Infomaniac
Its super easy to write with and publish, that is of you want a public journal of course. Otherwise a pen and paper is as cathartic as #%@×
20 Alternatives to Medium 2.0

Medium 3.0

Next step of an exciting new phase and the Partners Program

Medium 3.0 is a place to read and write, now with a Partner Program so you can make money sharing your stories.

Ross McLeod
Wide variety of good reads.
Michael Deng- Software Developer
Beautiful product with interesting and insightful stories.
Michael Deng- Software Developer
It's a beautiful product with oodles of great content!
Motherboard
Publishing platform Medium announced Tuesday that it will allow a "small group of writers and publications" to join its Partner Program. Writers participating in it will now get paid based on "engagement." The primary signal of that engagement is how many "claps" (Medium's version of a like) a post receives.
The Next Web
Earlier this month, Medium added a Clap button to articles on its blogging platform that you could click as many times as you like to applaud a piece. It's now counting those claps to figure out how much authors should earn for their work. Who knew back in January that this is what CEO Ev ...
Poynter
At the beginning of the year, Medium announced a big change: 50 staffers were being laid off as the company shifted away from what founder Ev Williams called the "broken system (of) ad-driven media." At the time, it wasn't clear how the company planned to solve the broken economics of internet publishing.
7 Alternatives to Medium 3.0

Ghost 1.0

A new editor, new design and major upgrades

Sam Rye- Founder
Ghost is very very good.
Alex Kluew 🇨🇦- 👀for new 🏡 in Toronto || remote
Exception tool. Highly recommend it!!!
The Ghost Blog
About four years ago we launched Ghost on Kickstarter as a tiny little prototype of an idea to create the web's next great open source blogging platform. In the early days we really just focused on just making everything work. Ghost was one of the very first open source Node.
TechCrunch
Four long years ago John O'Nolan released a content management system for bloggers that was as elegant as it was spooky. Called Ghost, the original app was a promising Kickstarter product with little pizzazz. Now the app is ready to take on your toughest blogs.
8 Alternatives to Ghost 1.0

Weava for Desktop

Organize your research and notes beautifully ✨

Weava for Desktop is a powerful toolkit for students, academics, and researchers to orgnanize and cite research in their papers. Now on Desktop ✨

Medium
Drag images on any website and a small box will appear on the left side of the Chrome screen saying "Drop here!". Drop the image in the box and it will save in the default folder. Click on the blue toggle button on the bottom right hand corner of the sidebar to disable / enable the Weava highlighter.
Medium
When GistNote was established in 2016, we focused on solving a problem that we faced as students - the inefficiencies of the research & writing process. We wanted to build a tool that streamlined the research writing process from the beginning (clipping research information), to the end (citations), so we built different features to fulfill this.
15 Alternatives to Weava for Desktop

Schema

Organize, share and learn by adding structure to knowledge 🤓

Schema is a beautiful note taking tool combined with a reliable knowledge database. Discover the best learning materials in the world and organise your own knowledge in a clean structure.

20 Alternatives to Schema

Canvas

A simple, powerful blog publishing platform

Canvas is a simple, powerful blog publishing platform. Create your own blog with unparalleled speed and efficiency and share your stories with the world on a beautiful template that didn't take 67 plugins to create. Oh, and did we mention it's free?

10 Alternatives to Canvas

Ghost for Android

Read, write and publish with full offline support on Android

A fast, beautiful native Android app for Ghost with full offline support. Write, edit and publish on the go, in a train, on a plane or wherever you happen to be. Sync with your live Ghost site next time you go online.

Available in: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Croatian and Norwegian.

Exploits of a Programmer
It's been a year and a half since I launched Quill, a sweet little Android app for writing and publishing blog posts with Ghost. In that time, it has received very positive reviews on the Play Store and elsewhere, holding steady at 4.7 ⭐️. Looking beyond the numbers though, it
6 Alternatives to Ghost for Android

Telepost

Create a blog from your Telegram channel

Telepost generates a blog from a Telegram channel

Go Indie: From 0 to 1
I would be stupid not to admit that building on top of a platform is a risk. Before I had apps built on top of platforms and both times the platforms released my features as native experience (GitHub reviews, Twitter threads). Telepost needs future outside of Telegram ecosystem.
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Write.as

Publish a thought in seconds anonymously.

Write.as takes away distractions, protects your identity, and publicizes your writing.

Start writing now, no sign up required. Or see what our writers have already published.

Paige Baker
Really minimal and has an API, so you can pull posts into your own site: https://developers.write.as
Matt Baer- Founder at Write.as
While it doesn't have many of those features (in fact, they're left out on purpose), it's flexible enough to easily build on top of, especially if you want to leverage it in combination with other tools. It's hosted, so you can get set up quickly and never worry about maintenance. And though it costs nothing to start a blog, paid plans are inexpensive, and e… See more
Matt Baer- Founder at Write.as
I built this especially for jotting down thoughts quickly, wherever I am. The iOS/Android/ChromeOS apps and Chrome extension open to a blank new note every time, so I don't lose thoughts in the process of recording them. There's no explicit "pipeline" interface, but you can create a shareable link to notes you write (all without signing up), so this might b… See more
Veed
A blog about how profitable startups built their MVPs and found their very first customers. Each company shares their strategy, tips and tricks behind getting their companies started
The Irish Times
We go to Facebook to talk to family, Instagram to brag, Twitter to complain, Tumblr to fanboy over Doctor Who and Medium to proselytise. But where do you go if you just want somewhere not necessarily designed for going public, somewhere to write without being disturbed?
Outilstice
Write.as est une plateforme en ligne qui permet de publier en quelques secondes un article et même un blog tout entier sur le web. Un drôle de service entièrement dédié à l'écriture qui réduit au strict minimum la partie technique de la publication en ligne tout en respectant votre anonymat.
MaxiApple.com
Si vous êtes écrivain, journaliste ou que vous avez envie de rédiger anonymement vos proses et surtout de les partager en privé avec un simple lien raccourci, alors vous ne devriez pas être déçu par Write.as.
Lecho
Dès l'accueil, le ton est donné : tout n'est que minimalisme ici. Vous n'avez même pas besoin de vous identifier, il suffit de se lancer avec un titre et d'écrire votre texte. Soigner le fond parce que côté forme, ne comptez pas sur write.as pour enjoliver votre texte, vous n'aurez droit qu'à quelques polices de caractère.
14 Alternatives to Write.as

Notepin 2.0

Extremely simple note-taking + blogging ✍️

Notepin is a platform to write beautiful notes ✍️

- No signup required 👀

- Create a blog with your own custom domain 📚

Amrith Shanbhag- Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd
The simplest way I've taken notes before, so easy to get started with and it's actually distraction free and gets the job done.
Osman Ahmed- Maker for the web
Strong focus on writing, easy to use and no signup required
24 Alternatives to Notepin 2.0

What are the best hosted micro blogging apps?

smknstdWeb developer
Telegraph - Telegram's answer to Medium
"Check this Blogging platform, for quick and anonymous blogging."
Bold - An internal blog for your team's knowledge and big ideas.
"Very similar to Telegraph with some extended features for blogging"
Write.as - Publish a thought in seconds anonymously.
"Really minimal and has an API, so you can pull posts into your own site: https://developers.write.as"
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