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Welcome to Water & Music, an email newsletter focused on unpacking big ideas in music and technology. The name comes from a 2015 HYPEBEAST interview between Quincy Jones and Kendrick Lamar, in which the former declares "The last things to leave...
Helping casual basketball fans stay informed about the stories and moments from across the sport, making watching games enjoyable and hanging out with hardcore friends more fun.
The Pirate Wires newsletter tends to summarize and riff on current events, whereas podcast episodes and longer-form essays deep dive into fringe, uncomfortable, or otherwise strange topics I find interesting. In the broadest sense, I like to focus on
David Greenwood's version a travel newsletter using data and visualisations. Are you a Travel Geek? Join over 10,000 travel geeks and get one email on the first Monday each month containing travel statistics that will blow your mind.
Lieutenant, you would do me an enormous favor if you stopped calling me sir. Why subscribe? Well, why do anything, really. Because you particularly wish to, I suppose. If you'd like to periodically be emailed very upsetting absurdist lesbian...
This is White Guy Confidence, Karen K. Ho’s newsletter about the stuff she’s doing, the things she’s reading, and her general advice about how to avoid her mistakes. You either previously subscribed to her TinyLetter or are a new subscriber. She ...
I’m a French entrepreneur based in San Francisco. I have worked for three years with plant medicine and recently spent three months deep in the Amazon forest with the Yawanawa and Ashaninka tribes. The knowledge and plant medicine they shared...
It's politics for your eyes. Subscribe for the weekly email about the culture, branding, and visual rhetoric of politics, by Hunter Schwarz:
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