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New Things Under the Sun is a free newsletter about recent-ish research on the economics of innovation, science of science, creativity, and discovery. It is written to be accessible to non-specialists, but with enough depth for you to understand the
I’m Joel, and I’m on a mission to Encourage, Edify and Inspire. I write short, mostly-useful essays for people who want to live more thoughtful, empathetic lives. I believe that we must serve and be useful to those around us, and that even a small
essaying is Tressie McMillan Cottom’s newsletter about reading, writing and public life. Readers can sign up to have a Tressie essay delivered directly to their inbox for free, just as soon as it is fresh out the oven. These Big Reads are
Marketing BS is the deepest dive you will find on what is really happening in the marketing function - every Tuesday morning. Written by an actual practitioner who has led marketing organizations at all company sizes, it is a contrarian...
Be less dazed and confused Every week I send out some links that I found interesting in a way that saves you time. I focus on productivity, self-hacking, modernity, and learning tools. Cut through the noise with my summaries and highlights.
The Diff is a daily newsletter covering inflection points in finance and technology. I aim to answer a simple question: in a few centuries, when historians reach a consensus on what was happening today, what will they believe?
Stratechery provides analysis of the strategy and business side of technology and media, and the impact of technology on society. Weekly Articles are free, while three Daily Updates a week are for subscribers only.
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...
“Traditional business news sucks,” says Alex Lieberman, the 25-year-old CEO and cofounder of Morning Brew. Many readers agree with him—or at least prefer to get their daily business news from the concise, witty Morning Brew newsletter...