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Scientists get tool to mark online climate science media coverage and it's not a rusty teaspoon | Environment | The Guardian

Using the Climate Feedback tool, scientists have started to diligently add detailed annotations to online content and have those notes appear alongside the story as it originally appeared. If you’re the writer, then it’s a bit like getting your homework handed back to you with the margins littered with corrections and red pen. Or smiley faces and gold stars if you’ve been good. The scientists also give each story a grade for its “scientific credibility”.

Facebook revamps Notes to be your next blogging platform - Business Insider

Facebook “Notes” has long sat mostly dormant, a strange appendage to Facebook whose added function beyond "statuses" wasn’t quite clear. But now Facebook has decided what the function will be: blogging. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed the company is “testing an update to Notes to make it easier for people to create and read longer-form stories on Facebook.” This update, at least in some forms, looks look surprisingly like Medium, as developer Dave Winer pointed out.