My top 3 - Review of Project Hope community publications (25/05 to 31/05)

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When writing a publication we expect it to be read, commented on, and voted on. This is the main sense of this network, that relationships are established between different users around themes to ends, with which all participants communicate. In this sense the community PROJECT.HOPE has been doing its own thing, this project allows users with similar interests in topics such as Artificial Intelligence, Technology, among others to share quality content and with active participation of all members of this
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For this reason I bring 3 publications that I have been able to read so far and it seems to me that they have a lot of potential, not only because of the content and presentation but also because it allows you to go a little further than what is stated in them.

I present three publications. Join me in these readings:

Without the slightest doubt I must mention this publication by @gbenga, who together with @juanmolina have assumed the responsibility of facing the anti-plagiarism team of the Solid Project.Hope community by the hand of @crypto.piotr

No doubt a task that involves being thorough, but it lays the groundwork for abuses to be prevented within the platform, and within the community.

Here is the link to the publication. Recommended reading (MANDATORY):

Big Brother is Watching You - My Guideline to Not being Tagged a Content Thief

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@ajewa has brought us an interesting post about the substantial differences that exist between the so-called rich countries and the developing ones. Making it very clear what for many of us is the reality. What has to do with corruption is a point to highlight in poor countries, but what else?

I invite you to visit this publication so that you know what else it offers us in this contribution:

FACTORS THAT DIFFERENTIATE THE ECONOMIC WEALTH OF COUNTRIES

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In the publication [Overcoming Rejection Overcoming Rejection (Psychological View). Part 1

by @sammitnator touches on a very important point that no human being has ever felt, and it has to do with rejection.

It includes some nuances in this particular, I recommend its reading, it could help you to understand some other things that are always implied.

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I hope you will visit the publications that I think are of very good quality, not only because of their presentation but also because of the subject matter of their development, and as you can see, they have all had more than 20 comments.

It is something that is sought in the community PROJECT HOPE, the active participation of users in the various publications that are in the feed.

I say goodbye until the next reading.

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I hope you will visit the publications that I think are of very good quality, not only because of their presentation but also because of the subject matter of their development, and as you can see, they have all had more than 20 comments.

It is something that is sought in the community PROJECT HOPE, the active participation of users in the various publications that are in the feed.

I say goodbye until the next reading.

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