The notes of the Medium version are known for their trolls, with previous updates that include jokes, lyrics and even a Slack conversation pasted incorrectly. Now, the team is back with updates that parody the testimony of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in front of Congress this week.
The notes detail an exchange between a representative and Medium, where the representative asks about specific errors such as bookmarks that lead to the page to be updated or "ignored publication identifications are not transmitted in GET requests".
In 2016, the editor of The Verge & # 39; s Silicon Valley, Casey Newton, traveled to the offices of Medium to drink and write notes of the iOS version with the team. The team told him at the time that they were aware that some of his dumbest notes did not discuss the newness of the application. "The most common setback we get is from people who want to know what's in the release," said Nick Fisher, who was social media manager at Medium at the time. "They hate this because they have no idea."
In general, the notes of the Media iOS version of today should be considered a success, if not that they are still long. The update manages to mock the technological illiteracy of some legislators, with the line "I have a & # 39; Twitter & # 39; Frank", while also transmitting the news of version 3.33 of the iOS application of Medium. It also includes a kicker who makes fun of the 43 instances that Zuckerberg said his team would follow.
For now, there are dozens of notes from the middle version of jokey, and you can read the highlights here, which include a mysterious part of Encyclopedia Brown, part 1 and 2, a script, a script for Westworld and more. The notes are in iOS; The Android character count for launch updates is much smaller and does not leave enough space for some of these more creative representations.