About Removing Medium from Hackernoon.com

About Removing Medium from Hackernoon.com

Watch Video (you can also listen to this story on iTunes or Google)TL;DR: The business interests of these two entities have changed. Hacker Noon has to rip and replace its software infrastructure to make its land a viable business again. This is an important discussion to the state of digital publishing, the value of URLs, the dependencies of startup , and the effects of platform growth strategies. Jump ahead by clicking on the subject matter below:About David’s Past on WordpressThe Rise of HackernoonCommunity Content OwnershipMedium.com Priority ShiftWhere Hackernoon’s AtWho Owns Hackernoon?Medium Emails All Hackernoon ContributorsBurnt Publishers & Low Buyout OffersMedium’s Ban of 3rd Party Ads on Other People’s DomainsSmall Business DependenciesTransition ProposalDepreciation of Medium Publications FunctionalityLink ShenanigansCommunity Funds Hackernoon 2.0Building Hacker Noon 2.0Two Viral TweetsThe Nonexclusive License on Hackernoon.comMedium’s Transition PlanProgress on Hackernoon’s Upcoming ProductHackernoon Revenue and FutureCreating a Bed by Destroying a FrameConclusion: State of HackernoonHere is the video (you can also listen to this story on iTunes or Google), and below is the transcript: