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Singal-Minded is a newsletter about stuff I, Jesse Singal, am interested in. The main idea is to cover instances in which science and social-justice-advocacy get in fights, with an eye toward helping them get along better. But there’s a lot…
Are you tired of people yelling in 280 characters about data science, Javascript frameworks, or tech companies on Twitter? Tired of threads 1/37? Come here for a little more nuanced, civilized take of stuff that I just don’t have room to put on...
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...
Featured in the New York Times, Wired Magazine and Time Magazine, BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE provides science-based insights on how to be awesome at...
A summary of beautifully curated notes about science, technology, and all the mesmerizing things indistinguishable from magic. Wisdom is delivered as 2 minutes shots, delivered every 2 days, because we know you are busy
#MomLife is a lot of things. Gratifying. Hilarious. Exhausting. I’m not perfect – faaaaaaaaaaar from it – but here on the blog you’ll find some first-hand tips on parenting, managing your family finances, quick and tasty recipes, mindfulness tips...
First came love (Dave), then marriage, then three kids (Max, Sabrina and Ben). Max has cerebral palsy. I launched Love That Max in October 2008 as an inspirational, informational, occasionally irreverent blog. Over the years, it's evolved to hel...
It’s a (roughly bi-weekly) newsletter about pregnancy and parenting data - new data, fast facts, reading recommendations, etc, by the author of Expecting Better and Cribsheet... who is also a Mom and Economics Professor.
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
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