Sulia, a curation startup that went through several incarnations and ended up trying to be a “subject-based social network,” has shut down. “There were many many things that Sulia did better than any other platform,” says a message on the company’s home page. “But we learned that those things weren’t popular or lucrative enough for it to succeed as a business. That’s often the way it is with startups.” Sulia raised $10 million over several years.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.