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Becoming a mother totally changed my life in all the right ways and although some of these changes have completely thrown off my life plans, and in some respects I am usually just “figuring things out” as time goes on, it is a journey like no ot...
A curious dive into the rise of conversational technology (think messaging apps, voice assistants, and chatbots). And the way they’re shaping the conversation online and off.
Discourse.blog is an independent blog/newsletter about politics and culture from a left-wing perspective started in March 2020. We have been described by readers as “good” and “a joy to receive in my inbox each day.” That could be you, too.
Welcome to my little email newsletter for writing, links, small life works, and recent reads. Wordpress offered a great start but email is a much cosier home, without those ad interruptions and the hell of ‘link in bio’ self-promotion. If you’re...
You get access to the political cartoons I draw for King Features, articles about big league baseball from the players’ point of view (why they do what they do) and true life stories explaining why my mother had a mail slot installed in her...
Even just a week in the bitcoin space can sometimes seem like an entire years worth of content, or at least that’s how I feel. The goal of this outlet is to not only help keep readers up-to-date, but to personally help me wrap...
My promise is a twice monthly . Hence, the title, First And The 15th. Historically, those were the dates that cash transfer payments (or “welfare”) were issued in major cities like New York. That is how the bi-monthly cycle becam…
The world is a terrible place, we might as well watch it burn together. Also I need some money...
Twice a month, I publish a newsletter that highlights new ideas about how to be more creative and make time for the work that matters. It’s smart, actionable, and useful.
Family life is much easier when you can commiserate about the parts that are tedious, enraging, low-key awful, weirdly hilarious, blindsidingly sad and also sometimes totally fine and even a little fun. Never miss a piece content that might be...
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