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New Things Under the Sun is a free newsletter about recent-ish research on the economics of innovation, science of science, creativity, and discovery. It is written to be accessible to non-specialists, but with enough depth for you to understand the
Are you interested in how current events tie into end times prophecy? Would you like to know more about what the Bible says about what will happen in the last days?
The Tipping Point is where Jimmy Evans answers these questions for you and…
The point of this newsletter is simple: data-driven startup analysis.
I read dozens of research reports, scan obscure subreddits, and cold email people that I’m not supposed to. I dig deep into each and every internet nook and cranny.
The only tabs about running that you should bother opening, with commentary added, a couple times a week straight to your inbox.
This newsletter was started by a group of journalists working within the running industry who got tired of...
The Diff is a daily newsletter covering inflection points in finance and technology. I aim to answer a simple question: in a few centuries, when historians reach a consensus on what was happening today, what will they believe?
Roy Edroso will produce something new for you every day, excluding weekends. That may not sound like such a big deal, but you must remember that for geniuses like Roy, just getting out of bed in the afternoon is a struggle, putting pen to p…
"Understandably is my personal project. It’s dedicated to exploring one or two big questions that I find myself asking over and over and over: “Why this, now?” or “What’s the real story behind this thing I’m reading..."
I don't have many promises to give. I plan to be helter-skelter. I plan to be rebellious. I plan to break the rules. Sometimes you will find my musings on the world, on politics, on Christianity, on social justice. Sometimes you will find a fiction