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A weekly missive in which I write about books, behavior, and the brain. Tune in! Tom White considers the newsletter a work of experimentation. White Noise is the author’s attempt to make sense of the content he consumes, as “putting pen to paper help elucidate the what, the why, and the how of things.” White Noise targets thoughtful, curious minds with the smooth prose and nonfictional insights that come from extensive reading, thinking, and real-life experiencing.
Complicated technology in simple language for the non-technical. The technologic newsletter is making technology understandable for the average person. Chad Underwood is driven by the excitement he gets when he helps other people conquer their fears of technology. He paints a bigger picture, provides real-world examples, and different possible situations to highlight the importance of the issues and explain why YOU need to understand how it all works. From answering questions like what’s a zero-day or the trojan horse to explaining Operating Systems and APIs, Chad does it in a way that ‘a Kindergartener would understand”.
The newsletter that makes you smarter about Web3. Milk Road is a daily newsletter that explains what’s happening in Web3 in plain English. There’s so much going on in the space, you’d need to forget about your day job to keep up with everything. This is where Shaan comes to the rescue! He’s been staying up all night learning all things Crypto & Web3 and condensing all the best stuff to share with you. Expect insights and bullet points of the most important news with the author’s commentary underneath. Or as Shaan puts it - “Think of this email like your smart, no-bullshit friend, whispering sweet web3 nothings into your ear every morning.” Subscribe for a short & sweet email on web3 and stay for the daily image of Vitalik.
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A newsletter about the history behind today's politics. Letters from an American is a historian’s perspective of today’s political landscape. Heather Cox Richardson highlights what is important out of the day’s news, eliminating the noise around it. The author gives context to today’s politics by placing everything into the big picture of American history. Letters from an American are considered to be both informative and hopeful. You can expect facts and details, together with the provided sources at the end of every post and original perspectives from the author. Subscribe to the voice of reason and explore “what it means and what it has meant, to be an American.”
Embedded with gentle optimism, insight, knowledge, and inspiration about how beauty can apply to your business life Living Beautifully is a weekly newsletter where author Alan Moore describes an empowering way of looking at the world. Alan wishes to inspire people and appreciate the beauty of the world around us by curating detailed posts on awe-inspiring architecture, motivating conversations, exquisite food, unique cultures, and thought-provoking insights. Moving away from the materialistic world, Alan explores brands and people who strive to provide authentic products, experiences, and solutions such as recycling waste to create clothes, powerful ways to tackle climate change, and captivating books to supercharge your wisdom. Subscribe to Living Beautifully for thoughtfully curated posts to discover an optimistic perspective of the world around us - conveniently delivered to your inbox
A newsletter about staying sane in the climate and wider ecological crisis. Gen Dread shares perspectives on the climate crisis through an emotional lens. Dr. Britt Wray believes that ‘the age of eco-anxiety is upon us’ and is here to discuss new ideas and solutions that would help cope with reality and protect our emotional well-being. The newsletter hosts original essays, interviews, and guest posts from ‘similarly spirited writers’. Subscribe to read about eco-grief and emotional intelligence and learn 'how to live well with the climate crisis’.
Weekly observations from the Internet Wilderness. Naive Weekly is a personal newsletter that will take you out of your internet bubble. Prepare to jump through links, fall down rabbit holes, and discover unimaginable corners of the web. Kristoffer organizes the newsletter into specific sections for roadside flowers (“single-purpose websites reminding us that the internet is beautiful”), field notes (curation of interesting blog posts that keep the internet diverse), and collections (think of Strava art and 90s screensavers). The author also shares interviews with readers of Naive Weekly and other personal projects, like Penpal cafe, that connects people through letters. Subscribe to explore the ever-expanding internet jungle through Kristoffer’s extraordinary lens.
Growth currency is your go-to source for curated resources, tools, and courses that will serve YOU as a creator. To put it simply, Growth Currency aims to be the newsletter for newsletters! They are going to help you develop your content and its reach so that you can be well on your way to earning with your media! Whether you’re right at the start of your career looking for writing tips, or stuck in a subscriber lull you’re desperate to get out of, Growth Currency’s extensive list of topics can help you regardless of your situation. Their information ranges from how to get advertising on your content, to methods of increasing conversion rates. Growth Currency will definitely have topics useful to you, so be sure to sign up now! After all, it’s free, what’s the harm in trying?
Weekly Thing is an exploratory journey with a goal to share knowledge. Each Saturday morning, you will get Jamie Thingelstad's thoughts on technology, leadership, productivity, culture, privacy, and anything else interesting. He adds commentary to the curation, combining his decades of experience leading teams and building technology. He also includes his personal writing and a photograph of the week. There is even a fortune at the end! 🥠 Subscribe to get “direct feed from Jamie’s brain.”
Fun, thought-provoking poetry, every-week Hello Universe is a novel newsletter that attempts to provide contrast in a suffering world. Punit Thakkar writes poetry with a catchy meter and rhythm, aiming to make you feel like you've gone back to your childhood, reading poems in school with your favorite teacher. Every newsletter consists of an original poem and personal commentary on the inspiration and thoughts behind it. Subscribe and fall in love with poetry!
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