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This newsletter is about food and its constellation of concerns, from politics and labor and hospitality and sourcing and everything else. On Monday, I send out an essay, along with notes on what I’ve published, read, and cooked. On Wednesday,
US healthcare is a joke. Let's make it funny. Out-Of-Pocket is a weekly comedic deep-dive and analysis into the rabbithole that is our healthcare system. Existing healthcare research is dry and boring, and raises questions like:
Brain Pickings has a free Sunday digest the week’s most interesting and inspiring articles across art, science, philosophy, creativity, children’s books, and other strands our search for truth, beauty, and meaning.
SupChina Access gives you the full benefits of SupChina’s reporting, analysis, events, and insight into the country that is changing the world....
Every morning thousands of investment professionals at family offices, endowments, pensions, foundations, and sovereign wealth funds read the same email to better understand the crypto industry — Off The Chain by Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano. …
SpeakPatrice is a newsletter by me, Patrice Peck, a journalist. I'm currently sharing stories about how the coronavirus is impacting the Black community worldwide. Subscribers can expect 2-3 emails per week, including a weekly curated round-up
A newsletter to help you keep up with the latest on the gender data gap...ie, it calls out research/data/product design/etc where women weren’t included but nobody seemed to realize that was an issue.
Live Long and Prosper Further is a weekly email with the top hand-picked health, wealth, and personal growth resources for Generation X. Live your best life at midlife.
We all have brains that are sometimes sweet and sometimes dumb. This is an attempt to explore my sweet dumb brain, and to hopefully glean lessons that will help you understand yours a little better.
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