Guide:


What to Post

Users are encouraged to post any interesting articles, books, videos, podcasts and research papers with the intention of others appreciating a constructive and well-thought out summary.

Submissions

Please avoid making titles stand out, like using uppercase or exclamation points, or adding a parenthetical remark saying how great an article is. It's already implicit in submitting something that you think it's important.

Please submit the original source. If a post reports on something found on another site, submit the latter.

If the original title includes the name of the site, please take it out, because the site name will be displayed after the link.

The posting of links which include referral codes are not allowed.

Summaries

Consider using bullets and numbered lists in your summary. If referencing from other sources, please cite them. Be as objective as possible. If you feel the need to share a thought or opinion, use the comments section.

Comments

Be civil. Avoid saying things and passing remarks that you wouldn't ordinarily say in a face-to-face conversation. Constructive discussions are encouraged and logical debates with useful facts are likewise a plus.

Please avoid comments that don't add value to the discussion like +1, or me too. Please add some more thought to them, and readers will enjoy reading it.

Hashtags

Each hashtag should be separated by a space. You can format your hastags as in: #camelCaseHashTag or #underscore_hashtag

Flagging

If you think either a post or summary or comment is spam or off-topic, flag it by clicking on its 'flag' link.