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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
Afridigest provides ideas & analysis for startup founders, operators, and investors across Africa and beyond. It is a newsletter on business and innovation, with an Africa focus.
I’m Late to This is from me, Myles Udland, an anchor & reporter at Yahoo Finance. It will be published once a week on Saturday or Sunday mornings (usually Sunday) & covers things I’m interested in: sports, business, commentators being wrong, & so on
FRNTIER is where innovation is found. Our aim is to concisely identify innovation in every sector. This post explores our approach to this. We will cover what we mean by innovation; why innovation is important; how we identify...
Subscribe now and get full access to regular news, features, columns, and creative writing by award-winning reporter and author Matt Taibbi, as well as the already-published Hate Inc.: How, And Why, The Press Makes Us Hate One Another and
Why subscribe? If you want to know where you’re going, it helps to know where you’ve been. We’ll take you there, with the history and archival photos that bring needed perspective to our current political moment...
Discourse.blog is an independent blog/newsletter about politics and culture from a left-wing perspective started in March 2020. We have been described by readers as “good” and “a joy to receive in my inbox each day.” That could be you, too.
My full name is Tina Roth Eisenberg. I started swissmiss in March of 2005 as my personal visual archive. Little did I know that it would eventually grow into a popular design journal with an average of 1 million unique visitors a month. I…
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