I must admit, I've decided to stop copying my weeknotes into Medium, and it feels fine. More ... personal.

I can relate to that. I usually don't like reading articles on Medium. Esp. when they are written in a more personal or subjective mode I feel like peeping Tom. Your own site and your own nerwsletter, like you do it with Beamspun, feels like the better option.

@simsa04 There's a lot of people I mutually follow on Medium from the Twitter influx.. but yeah, at some point it's good to decide if your content is for you, a small, close group, or a wider audience of strangers.

Exactly. And there doesen't seem to be means to differentiate / restrict audiences in Medium. "You want to be seen, then show it all, to all. What could be the problem?" <shiver>
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