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Every so often — weekly, perhaps — you’ll get an email with links to interesting things to read, links to what I’ve been writing, and short discussions of the issues of the day, or at least ...
Main stream media and even social media are working harder than ever to get between YOU and the real news. Don’t let them lie to you, don’t let them silence you and NEVER EVER let them steal your sense of humor. Get your outrage on and chortle..
A few different things: current events and processes, thoughts on past happenings, book reviews, and eventually, interviews and other content. It offers thoughts and explanations of past happenings (like migration in prehistory, the invention of
A daily non-coronavirus newsletter about literally anything else going on. We believe there’s nothing more important than staying on top of what’s happening with COVID-19 (wear a mask!). However, we’re starting to feel a little news fatigue.
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.
A can't-miss free morning brief that starts your day informed and entertained. Numlock celebrates cool stories buried in the news that you won't find elsewhere. Try it out to see why thousands of people wake up to Numlock every single morni…
The Roots of Progress is a personal project of Jason Crawford—an intellectual project, which may take many years, to understand the nature and cause of human progress. Think of this less as a newsletter, and more of a personal research...
The true Crime that's worth your time. As you course know, the true crime genre has exploded since The Blotter first launched in 2011. Kids, ask your parents -- back then, to scratch our itch we often had to resort to pulp paperbacks and...
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