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Good Morning It’s Basketball is a daily newsletter from Tom Ziller capturing what’s profound and frivolous about the NBA. The league’s cultural footprint is so massive, with what happens on the court just a fraction of its impact.
This is a fan blog for Mike D’Antoni and Milos Teodosic. Or at least it’ll appear that way with the number of references and YouTube highlight videos that’ll appear throughout newsletter.
This newsletter is a stromata of anecdotes, fables, tales, advice if you ask for it, photography, questions, sentiment, and ways to get lost in the forest. Some of it will be private. Some will be legible. Not too legible I hope. I write for many
Every week I send out a list of 3 things I think are worth sharing — practical meditations on life, creativity, and mental models...
Want to learn all sorts of interesting things? Now I Know is a free daily newsletter; you’ll learn something new every day...
"Understandably is my personal project. It’s dedicated to exploring one or two big questions that I find myself asking over and over and over: “Why this, now?” or “What’s the real story behind this thing I’m reading..."
Hi! Webworm is me, David Farrier, worming my way into weird corners of the internet and beyond! I’m a journalist and documentary maker who, like anyone, likes a good story. Based in New Zealand, I tend to tell stranger stories, I suppose.
Her Hoop Stats aims to provide consistent, reliable, and easy to access data about women's basketball.
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...
A few different things: current events and processes, thoughts on past happenings, book reviews, and eventually, interviews and other content. It offers thoughts and explanations of past happenings (like migration in prehistory, the invention of
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