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COVID-19 is confusing. We are here with facts about the virus. How does it spread? How is it treated? Who does it affect most? Unbiased information to help you make good decisions. We are a team of researchers and students at Brown, MIT, Harvard,
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.
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.
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...
Hello! Katherine Spiers here, announcing my shiny new e-newsletter. It’s a companion to my food history podcast Smart Mouth (I’m about 150 episodes in), but it won’t cover the exact same topics. They’re sisters, not twins...
Created by Maggie Rauch, a 20-year travel industry veteran and until very recently head analyst at online travel research firm Phocuswright, Clarity in Crisis is a resource for travel industry leaders looking for insights on the current moment,
At least once per week, Hxagon’s Latin America Risk Report publishes a free newsletter providing original reporting and analysis out of Latin America as well as links to other news, analysis and research...
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,
It’s like having a friend that pops in your inbox once a week to keep you updated on interesting things in entertainment, comedy, and internet culture. No wait, that’s exactly what this is. That is, if you consider me a friend at least. We can be ...
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