Film school rejects dating
Now Medium has gone beyond bringing writers into the fold and has started subsuming whole websites. Sites can bring their own domain, logo and content into Medium.
In exchange you get a Medium-themed site built to be fast on mobile and access to “[a]n engaged network of millions of readers,” all for the unbeatable price of free.
However, his parents want to see the website, the campus, and the dean. The web page was done so well, that hundreds of students show up at the front door, all of which were turned down by other colleges.
Now, I'm from Oklahoma so I'm no stranger to 100 degree heat, but this was something else.
He also stressed how collaborative their programs are, and that it be important to be able to work well with groups.
(In fact, I'm pretty sure their interview process involves collaborating with the other interviewees that are there the same day as you to "pitch" a selected prompt to the committee... ) Anywho, I loved FSU and it's absolutely in my top 3.
The paid writers bring their clout to Medium, the platform, in order to convince unwitting writers that they should contribute to Medium, the magazine, for free.
The paid authors are thus pied pipers of a sort, luring not the readers but the writers out of the web and into Medium.