re: Which newsletters do you read? VIEW POST

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I mostly subscribe to RSS Feeds nowadays but here's the few newsletters I still have, or my favorite RSS feeds which have newsletters:

  1. Morning Cup of Coding - Mostly a roundup of articles from HN/lobste.rs/Reddit
  2. Stratechery - Great, detailed analyses about the businesses of the big tech companies.
  3. The Exponential View - Tech News & Futurism

And now a few non-technical newsletters that I love, since I firmly believe that people that work in tech should be aware of the world around them:

  1. 1843 (The Economist)
  2. Atlas Obscura - Weird, interesting stories about places all around the world.
  3. Longform, Longreads, Narratively - long-form stories and articles
  4. Aeon
  5. Nautilus
 

I read some articles from Nautilus, Aeon and Atlas Obscura. Quanta magazine is nice too for great stories on Math, Physics ans CS research.

 

Quanta is also good! Thanks for the reminder, I should add that to my Feedly.

I had seen all of them from time to time on HN/lobste.rs and finally decided I should just start tracking them myself via RSS :P

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