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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.
Welcome to Spooky Bitches, a newsletter about the weirdest, scariest, creepiest, and/or most skull-shaped things that life has to offer, written by Erin Mayer and Gabrielle Moss. Every week, we'll reflect on topics like our favorite urban legends,
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
The name “Culture Study” is a modification of “Cultural Studies,” a term used to describe an academic field — and general posture — towards the culture that surrounds us. The scholars of this early field believed that if people
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.
I’ll be covering the play by play of the current pandemic-induced global depression and how policymakers should respond to it as well as assessing how they actually are responding. My focus here will be monetary analysis, which is not the same thing
No matter how many hours we spend in an office, in the car, caring for patients or children or client accounts, at the end of the day we all come home. I’ll be writing here about my stay-at-home findings, but you don’t have to be a
self-care for magical thinkers. every installment contains one spell or ritual alongside brief musings on resilience, self-care, and social justice. designed for novice and aspiring witches, each issue offers simple instructions and resources for...
Weekly essays on how technology reshapes how we create and consume culture, plus updates on my book and writing.
Every week, I humbly tackle reader questions about product, growth, people management, and anything else that’s stressing them out at the office. I’ll tackle three reader questions each week (keeping your name and company anonymous) until people...
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