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    • The_Lazy_Dragon3 months agoWriter

      Full Disclosure: I wrote this article on Substack, I have rated it a "5" to not poison the ratings, I posted it to better understand how exactly ReadUp works, and how well Substack posts look on it...

      I think that the two platforms don't exactly gel.. Perhaps a more dedicated author upload function where we can adjust content to ReadUp might come in handy...

      In any case, any thoughts on the article are appreciated!

      • thorgalle
        ScoutScribe
        2 months ago

        Hey Saul, this was really worth reading! “no rating” is the more neutral stance when posting, 5 is low for Readup! It’s still possible to change your rating by tapping the rating indicator ;)

        Article content should ideally be plug & play. If there are any problems with that, feel free to report the bug!

    • thorgalle
      ScoutScribe
      2 months ago

      Interesting perspective on personal impact on climate change (and pitch for this newsletter). I first learned about the misleading personal responsibility narrative in an essay on whether it’s ethical to still have a child today. It reframes things for sure. I’ll subscribe! (on Substack). For the continuation of this series, I’d be curious to know how so-called green funds and vehicles compare. What do they actually invest in? Do they make safe and incremental bets, or take bigger risks with larger impact? What impacts were already achieved by long-running funds?