Here we are for our 102nd opus of the SteemSTEM distilled! As every week, the SteemSTEM community is waiting for you to pass by on the SteemSTEM discord server to get to know each other better and discuss this distilled further :)
[image credits: @medro-martin]
We present today our top two handpicked post choices of last week, together with some statistics given at the end of this post. As usual, our selection committee consisted in a one-man team made of @lemouth. However, feel free to volunteer if you want to help us in writing this weekly post.
Please do not be discouraged if you did not make it on this issue. The chances to be picked are low. In the meantime, you may wish to check these guidelines for extra tips on how your writing could be more effective (or ask for a mentor on Discord).
Our top choices
What an interesting question to start this distilled with: why do good people do evil things? Yes, why? One of the core SteemSTEM supporter, @abigail-dantes, discusses this interesting question in her last post. She details several experiments trying to get insights on the matter, from the Milgram one to the Alcali one. Feel free to pass by and to participate to the lively debate in the comments.
@lordneroo shares (on SteemSTEM) his passion for cartography for a very long time. With this post, he closes his long and detailed series that actually allows anyone to dig far into this field. Feel free to read the post and click on the various links to the 26 episodes that he wrote for us. Cartography should now have no more secrets for the SteemSTEM community!
SteemSTEM offers support to anyone using our app, steemstem.io. We recall that:
- Posting an article through the app automatically yields a 5% stronger upvote at curation time.
- Posting a reply to an article (or to another reply) from the app can sometimes yield some SteemSTEM support.
- Setting @steemstem as a beneficiary to the post automatically yields a stronger upvote (up to 5%).
Last week, the SteemSTEM curator teams have supported 53 posts written by 43 authors. 18 of these posts have been posted through the app (and got a 5% stronger upvote). Among these 53 posts, we find:
- 25 small upvotes (less than 20%)
- 13 medium upvotes (in the 20%-50% range)
- 15 large upvotes (larger than 50%)
In addition, we have upvoted 22 comments posted through the app, written by 8 authors.
The list of upvoted post authors, potentially getting some extra support from @curie and/or @utopian-io, is:
@abitcoinskeptic, @afarina46, @anaestrada12, @angelesdesteemit, @arar5, @autavio72, @azulear, @belemo, @borjan, @carlos84, @carloserp-2000, @cervantes, @darwinperez, @davidrhodes124, @debo-medstudent, @denisdenis, @emiliorios, @emperorhassy, @empressteemah, @faltermann, @felixrodriguez, @fran.frey, @iamphysical, @lorenzosparti, @loveforlove, @lupafilotaxia, @mattgroening, @mike961, @newton666, @orbital753, @ritch, @samminator, @spaghettiscience, @stayoutoftherz, @stem-espanol, @svemirac, @todociencia, @torkot, @ubaldonet, @ulisesfl17, @utpal-biswas, @whatisnew, @windenchanter
All curation rewards earned will be used to fund @steemstem project functioning and activities.
See you all next MonTuesday (or later)!