It is also a lot easier to write for lynx.io - instead of signing up, having me (Callum) add you as a writer, writing your article through the horrible WordPress interface, and then having to contact me to approve it, you can now just write your article and send a pull request through the lynx.io repository on GitHub.
The new lynx.io website is open source, and you can find it here. Feel free to fix any bugs you find / make some improvements, you will get credit for anything you contribute.
Thanks for reading, and enjoy the new lynx.io!
Callum Macrae Founder, lynx.io
P.S: For the next month (until the end of August), I'll be paying $25 per high-quality article (high-quality is by my own discretion). I may continue afterwards, it depends how well it works and how much money I have left. Check out the about page page to see how information on how to write for lynx.io, and for topics we look for.
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