4/Seeing these problems, entrepreneurs decided to experiment with ways of making things better. For example, Substack and its competitors like Ghost have incentivized people to go back to long-form blogging.
I’m starting a new substack just with weird or dumb things I find in my axios email each day. The corrupt Supreme Court majority might strike down a wealth tax I guess. But does a French economist/historian have any expertise or even knowledge abt the us constitution?
Workarounds to Twitter's unpleasant side effects are easy to find these days, says #noahpinion . Try Clubhouse, TikTok and Substack, for starters
A number of high-profile writers have left national outlets to start their own Substack newsletter. But they're not the only ones — some local journalists are also making the switch.
I know there are a lot of pot stock traders that follow. Mahalo. In case you haven't seen @todd_harrison 's substack, here it is. And if you haven't, what are you even doing?
The New Yorker is the latest legacy outlet to publish a silly horror feature about Substack, writing: “A robust press is essential to a functioning democracy, and a cultural turn toward journalistic individualism might not be in the collective interest.”
I'm noticing increasing hatred towards Substack, as if independent reporting creates distrust. It's a bizarre authoritarian strain, last seen in the mid-2000s dismissal of 'bloggers' who didn't like the war in Iraq. Blogger ethics panel!
Glenn was not "censored" - he was edited, and edited well. Crying censorship is a marketing ploy to gin up subscribers for his new Substack. Are people really going to fall for it?
One of the US's best reporters, @mtaibbi , just published an great and well-researched article documenting how many lies US media outlets are telling to protect Biden. It's on Substack. I doubt any liberal-left outlet would publish it. That's why Taibbi is more popular than ever.