Xposed Curator's Rebound #28

in mirrors •  7 months ago

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Here are the 3 Plankton Posts typified by Originality, Relevance and Depth.
Please follow them up and reward with an Upvote/comment.

Plankton I. Author: @sunsetsky [33]


Pending payout by time featured: $0.00


Post Title/Link: Fishing for Crayfish in Alberta


Review: - Food

Do you know or have heard of Cray fish? These creatures are trouble for the fish in lakes, and will eat just about everything in sight, from fish eggs to plants that other fish use to feed themselves. They also multiply much faster, survive the cold winters making them very competitive in aquatic life. Fortunately, they are also a delicacy to man, and you just have to trap them, and get the delicacy right! This post is about an experience of catching them, augmented with a recipe that should make you a good day meal of this Cray fish. It is basically a write that alludes to how one man protects the aquatic life environment while at the same time making some really nice food. This post has everything to do with originality and relevance.

Plankton II. Author: @hebrewhousewife [51]


Pending payout by time featured: $0.14


Post Title/Link: Are You Sure You Want To Keep That?


Review: - Story

Over the course of our lives, there are, there are so many things we encounter, so many possessions we come to have, but as time passes by, we get to relegate some of these things, never able to get rid of them, and yet never keeping them in display as well. Why is that so?


This is a very reflective post, in which the author for example asks: How many things do we hold on to, just because? Do you hold on to gifts that you don’t want, because you’d feel guilty tossing it out? Do you keep something, but don’t use it because you might ruin it? A very original and relevant write that will cause you to reflect on your own life


Plankton III. Author: @wildlocusthoney [38]


Pending payout by time curated: $0.00


Post Title/Link: HIghways and Hedges- The World Between the Road and the Fence


Review: - Nature

What do you do with the overgrown hedges along the road to your home, along the highway to your city? Your guess is as good as mine: You mow or spray it to get rid of all that vegetation, apparently to keep it tidy and clean! But did you know that vegetation is very important? Find out in this post, plus some thoughtful opinion on how man and his science are wrongly relating to nature. Another very original write, which is very relevant to the community.

PLANKTON EXTRA

This is the part where latest quality posts by authors i have featured in previous Editions are showcased. This is to enable me keep track of them, and keep encouraging, supporting them. The idea is to keep promoting those whose posting consistency and activity demonstrate the intention to stay on the platform for the long term, to add value to it and help it grow

Previous Editions

  1. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #27
  2. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #26
  3. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #25
  4. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #24
  5. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #23
  6. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #22
  7. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #21
  8. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #20
  9. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #19
  10. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #18
  11. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #17
  12. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #16
  13. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #15
  14. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #14
  15. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #13
  16. Curation - Xposed Curator's Rebound #12
  17. Re- Introducing Xposed Curators rebound

Resourceful Links for Planktons

  1. 7 Things Steemit is NOT
  2. Don't Plagiarize Images! Here are 13 free (and Legal) ways to find high quality photos you can use on Steemit
  3. Change the Reputation algorithm or else get rid of it - It is ridiculous as it is

Recommended Consensus

  • Have you been featured? Please consider visiting the rest of those featured along side you and show some solidarity. Upvote and/or comment and encourage each other.
  • Have you not been featured? It is the same, show some solidarity and support these undervalued newbies. You will be featured next!
  • Have you come across some quality undervalued content by a plankton/minnow? Please drop the link in the comments and get a share of the 25% of the feature post in which those you recommend are featured.


Best Communities to Join

  1. Account: @asapers (follow so your quality works catch their attention!)
    Discord Invite link: https://discord.gg/Ntz9Ntf
    Latest Curation Post: EXTRA EXTRA, READ ME A.S.A.P! Issue #78



    If you are featured, You get to receive 10% SBD for your efforts, transferred directly after payout.

Rewards/benefits

I believe this is a win-win Curation scheme for everyone and the platform.

Planktons

  • Their quality undervalued works get exposure
  • Traffic is redirected to their posts whose rewards are all theirs to keep and spend!
  • Engagement is promoted among Planktons as this is highly recommended

Curator's (upvoters)

  • We scout and bring you Quality works to support
  • You earn 75% SBD/STEEM, paid off the Feature Post after 7 days
  • The 75% is a dividend of the weight by which you upvote

Scouts

  • Everyone is a scout! Just recommend at least 3 posts in the comments
  • If your 3 are featured, you earn 25% of SBD/STEEM paid off that Feature Post
  • You get 100% upvote from me!

Me (@mirrors)

  • Well, i get to grow and accumulate Steem power
  • I share in the scouting benefits

Milestones so far Achieved

  1. We received steem Power delegation from @steevc and @accelerator. And i would like to express sincere gratitude. Thanks for supporting this initiative.
  2. Meanwhile, if you are too busy to follow up on the featured, but have some spare Steem power, let me know, and if you are okay with it, i can make sure to personally deliver link to promoted posts to your desk!

Otherwise, talk to me in the comments, or if you want a private chat, find me on @asapers discord - Mirrors#8805. You can also Ping me on Steem.chat: https://steem.chat/direct/mirrors

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These three are all new to me! So pleased that you are continuing this series @mirrors :) Passing it along as usual...

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Thanks @lynncoyle1. I plan to run the series for as long as i can afford the time.

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I'm so glad @mirrors! The more I curate and see posts like yours, it gives me hope for this platform overall.

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Thanks for the support @shanu. Much appreciated.

Upvoted @hebrewhousewife
Her post says a lot beyond the items being purchased and not been used. It can be reflected into our lives.

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True @ehizzy. Thanks for your continued support. Much appreciated.

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Anytime.

@hebrewhousewife made me think about my life with the question: "What’s the use in having something take up space if it’s not seen or being used?"

I have a tendency to pick up little old things and put them in boxes in an outbuilding. this is admittedly ridiculous, and Ihate clutter. I will probably think about this question the next time I am thinking about bidding on an item at auction....

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True, that write made me too reflect on a number of things, on their value and what my life would for instance be like without them, or even if i actually need them.

supported the featured posts. good picks. enjoyed the reads on all of them

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Thanks for the support @wolfhart. Much appreciated.


This post was shared in the Curation Collective Discord community for curators, and upvoted and resteemed by the @c-squared community account after manual review.