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Benedict Evans curates the freshest stories and resources from the realms mobile, productivity, innovation, cars, machine learning, AR & VR, plus a lot other topics that you will disco…
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...
What you’ll get —Curated links, with commentary and pull-quotes —A weekly round-up of classics content —Original humorous posts —Content calls for Eidolon —Posts about the writing process that can make you feel like you could become a better...
Singal-Minded is a newsletter about stuff I, Jesse Singal, am interested in. The main idea is to cover instances in which science and social-justice-advocacy get in fights, with an eye toward helping them get along better. But there’s a lot…
Every day we read hundreds of articles and select the very finest, so you'll always have something to read on the train and interesting things to share with your friends....
An inspiring perspective on the science and technology that’s helping us solve the world’s biggest challenges. Authentic, candid, and refreshingly entertaining. It’ll restore your faith in humanity.
When Elon Musk wanted to tell people about his quest to colonise Mars and get the world off fossil fuels, he called Tim to write the story. Superhuman logic and stick men drawings that will completely rewire your brain.
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...
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