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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.
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....
We are Rubber Chicken Circuit, a newsletter for the political junkie overwhelmed by the mind-numbing amount of political news. We publish a newsletter each week on Tuesdays. They’re free, fun, and informative. As we wrote in our first post...
The world is in a bit of a jam. Catastrophic climate change, economic inequality, the robot uprising, and the digital corruption of the public square are the four apocalyptic horsemen galloping towards us, and...
There are tens of millions of Americans who aren’t on the hard left or the hard right who feel that the world has gone mad. Science is at the mercy of politics. Identity trumps ideas. In the name of progress, art is erased and history is rewritten.
Lefty perspectives on international affairs to help you get smarter about the world. Policy analyst Derek Davison brings you news and analysis global events in a daily newsletter and weekly podcast.
News Items is a collection of news stories, commentaries, analyses, essays and research reports that I think are interesting or important (or both). The items are usually 2 or 3 sentences long. News Items is distributed at around 6:45am ET…
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