Greetings to the Hive community and welcome to a new edition of the STEMng digest. a weekly publication where we celebrate the Nigerian authors in the stem field that are making waves on the hive blockchain.
For emphasis, STEMng is a sub-community of the stemsocial community, a community that is dedicated to supporting stem authors on the hive blockchain. Stemsocial community has been putting in curation effort for as hold as the chain itself.
Basically, our curators comb through the blockchain for stem-related content published by Nigerians that fulfill the curation criteria of the stemsocial community. Such posts are then submitted in the curation channel of the stemsocial community on discord for cross-checking and upvotes.
For this week's digest, the following articles are the picks:
Top pick for the week
Many people love acquiring stuff many of which they may end up not using - they just love hoarding them. We may not see anything wrong with this kind of attitude, but in reality, they may be suffering from a disorder known as hoarding disorder. Interesting, right? You may want to give the article a read and support the author in your own little way.
Love creating stem contents? Join us!
Anyone can feature as our top author for the week. To stand a chance of being supported by stemsocial and featured as a top author in our weekly digest, all you need to do is to observe the following advice:
Write original content
Make it interesting
Adopt beautiful layout/formatting
Personalize your writing
Use copyright-free images
If you love our activities and or what we do as a community, you can throw us some supports. Support stemng/stemsocial activities on the hive blockchain through one (or more) of the following
- Support stemsocial app development proposal through Hivesigner, or PeakD or Hive DAO
- Support stemsocial witness by voting for @stem.witness here.
- Support through delegation to @steemstem account or just following its trail on hive.vote.
Until the next edition, hive on!