Twitter Co-Founders' New Site, Medium, Will Open to Public in New Year

Twitter Co-Founders' New Site, Medium, Will Open to Public in New Year

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New Medium, the new publishing platform created by Twitter co-founders Ev Williams and Biz Stone, is currently only open to a couple hundred “early adopters” who have crafted interesting stories and essays on specific topics. But that will change after the first of the new year, Williams said, when the lightweight...
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thenextweb.com
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