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Every week we review a fresh song from off the beaten track, giving you a rundown on why you should (or shouldn't) check out that artist. Featuring regular contributions from writers, artists from across the world and a tongue in cheek attitude, a single song review is the place to get your ear to the ground.
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Asia Undercovered shares quality features and investigations in local outlets, focusing on regions that are ignored by foreign media, along with original media analysis, breaking news backgrounders, critiques, and special issues focusing on specific topics.
Discover the newsletter that puts you at the forefront of what matters in the cybersecurity space. Security, Funded is a weekly dose of what's moving the market and driving value in the cybersecurity and privacy space. Money flows where the market goes. Each issue is a snapshot review of the previous week's activity on funding in the cybersecurity and privacy spaces. You get a breakdown by product category and by company, along with curated content each week.
The Modernist is a free political newsletter published weekly, by me, Akhilesh. It’s all about politics, culture, and modernity. The biggest news in the week will be analyzed from a personal viewpoint, and such insights would be sent to your inbox every week. Hope you will enjoy The Modernist. If you have any suggestions or improvements, tag me on Twitter @akhileshas2021, and I’ll be happy to hear you. There Are Billions Of Political Newsletters, And I HATE SPAM! What Will You Give Other Than Them? No one likes spam. Even I hate it. So hereby I promise you I won’t spam you. So the question is what do I have other than the rest of the newsletters. I have read a lot of political newsletters. But they all cover topics that I don’t wish to hear. Topics I don’t wish to read. Or good topics handled in the world’s worst way. I give you political news insights from my personal viewpoint. I give you what I have to share with you. If you love what I give you, please share them, and like them, and recommend the newsletters to your friends, so that what you love will also reach them. I have my own way to look at things, and my own way to express my emotions. And I believe, that makes this newsletter special. Subscribe to get full access to the newsletter and website. Never miss an update. Stay up-to-date You won’t have to worry about missing anything. Every new edition of the newsletter goes directly to your inbox. Join the crew Be part of a community of people who share your interests.
Part Time’s mission is to give you exclusive insights into making it as a part-timer. Whether you shoot product photos as a side hustle or you run a blog about house plants, I want to help you do what you love so you can craft the lifestyle you want. Subscribe and receive the FREE Effortless Blogger Guide. It’s a great way to get started in the creator economy. Besides, work isn’t everything. My newsletter will touch on different aspects of work: motivation, handling burn-out, creative energy, and balancing work and social life.
The Tableau Academy is a brand new initiative helping you to learn and improve your data analysis and visualisation skills with Tableau by providing a new step by step tutorial every two weeks on a wide range of Tableau related topics for you to work through.
A weekly newsletter delivering the best tips for Mallorca. We interview local residents to bring you the top tips for: • Where to eat • Where to swim • Where to stay • The latest events • Local products
Capillary.io publishes a newsletter specialized in nailfold capillaroscopy and AI applied to medical diagnostics.
A weekly-ish digest of links, ideas, learnings, and sounds that I think are worth sharing.
The occasional dose on how you can be more human in life, work, and play. - Level up your sense of awe & wonder in the everyday. - Overcome creative hurdles & bring to life the gifts within you. - Gain tools & tips on everything from mindfulness to money. - Practice being both productive & fully present in your life.
Market Loop is a daily email newsletter that gives a rundown of the top business stories in under 5 minutes. Its purpose is to inform young people on business and finance news from the UK and beyond in a bite sized and engaging way. It's designed for 18–35-year-olds who are interested in business and finance and want to keep up to date with the latest news, in a tone that resonates with them, either for professional or personal development. Unlike traditional media, Market Loop strips away all the fluff and provides short summaries of the important stories and context on why they matter to a Millennial and Gen Z audience.
The Culture Worm started after I quit my job and decided I want to do something with my life that brings me joy – Marie Kondo, I hope you’re proud. “If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn't been written yet, then you must write it.” – Toni Morrison In my case, The Culture Worm is the newsletter I desperately wanted to read, but it wasn’t there. So I started writing it: Bits and bobs on books and literature, occasional drama oversharing from a Gen Z (but Millennial wannabe), and honest conversations about topics we tend to overlook. I sometimes stumble upon articles that give me “aha” moments, podcasts that I find myself nodding at (or roll my eyes more times than I can count!) or internet findings (that’s a fancy way of saying gifs/reels and what’s trending on Twitter) that make me crack a smile. In short, The Culture Worm is a newsletter delivered in your inbox every Friday morning with some food for thought on culture. Whatever you think this means + more. Just to give you an idea, my interests vary from literature📚, human rights🕊️ and global affairs🌍 to puppies🐾, emojis😃 and keeping plants alive🌱, so there’s something in it for everyone.
Science, history, weirdness and 0% contemporary politics because oh my god sometimes you need a break
Ideas, inspiration, and prompts for creativity, work, and staying human. From author Rob Walker.
“One of my own favorite Substacks is the Common Reader, a nerdy literature newsletter.” Helen Lewis, in the Atlantic. The Common Reader is a weekly essay about literature, biography, history, or whatever I want to know about that I can't find somewhere else.
The Intentional is a newsletter and resource center for developing intentional habits based on mental health, productivity and climate conscience that’ll help us thrive as creators.
Rich Tales is collection of Powerful Ideas and Cool Stories. Some from me and many from others that will inspire you, make you think and think differently. Join me in discovering Rich Tales that builds Rich Life.
Low-key obsessed is a weekly newsletter covering internet memes, TikTok trends, and popcultural references that seem to overtake general consciousness for a week or two. Each issue investigates a current "obsession", offering light-hearted commentary before the next fad inevitably takes over.
Strong opinions about pop culture, living with disability, history, current events, and life in general.
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Every Tuesday I triage the Internet and send out the crème de la crème in a newsletter to cover you on all fronts: from mobile security to mixology.
Get smarter about strategy. 1) Expert insight delivered directly to your inbox once a month, on or about the 21st day 2) Excerpts from the book series, “The Complete Handbook to Corporate Strategy” 3) Proprietary insights into strategy (data, trends, and connections from tech, international affairs, and other readings) 4) Real-world learnings from decades of strategy work by myself and other leading practitioners
A weekly list of curated music literature and repertoire, and amazing performances for keeping your ear well-rounded and laser-sharp.
Every month, you will receive a written five-minute set to your inbox. The content has zero value and the entire newsletter is completely useless really. If you ever learn or feel anything while reading a set, then I've failed you. But you can laugh once or twice. And maybe boo a line you didn't like. I can't see or hear you anyway
The built environment is in some ways the most fundamental issue there is. It’s the physical setting of, well, everything. Yet many people don’t give it much thought, and zoning and urban planning can feel wonky, even irrelevant. Urbanism is also frequently coded as a “left-wing” area of concern, reinforcing an urban-rural or urban-suburban culture war. This newsletter is all about pushing past these impressions and stereotypes, and conveying urbanism and the physical design of our places as a practical, human, and broad concern.
From health to politics to economics: a weekly newsletter keeping you up to date on issues important to women
Public Sphere is a newsletter for people trying to make sense of this current moment of global democratic decline — and not just in the context of Donald Trump. I’m particularly interested in the rise of misinformation driven by algorithms, and finding innovative ways to tell stories about that. As a journalist with reporting experience, historical knowledge, and language skills in Russia and Eastern Europe, I look to the region as a possible warning of how democracies can fall sometimes swiftly and sometimes imperceptibly.
Get curated content for aspiring/early PMs on Product Management, exploring the no-code space and simplified version of interesting technologies and concepts direct in your inbox. Let's grow together
I recommend books, share interesting trivia, and summarise books and my learnings.
Join us as we get curious on everything from Puglisim to Socialism. This is a community, so even if you don't share my politics, join us and come converse!
‘Bar by Bar’ is a comedy-driven music discovery newsletter. You know those websites that do minute-by-minute coverage of football matches, or cricket matches over by over? We take that same principle, apply it to songs, then add a healthy dollop of humour to make sure that we don’t take it all too seriously. We let random chance dictate where we go through musical styles and history. New issues are exactly as long as they need to be and come out just when you least expect them!
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar shares thoughts about sports, politics, and popular culture and how they define America.
The Neary Review is a free weekly dispatch from Jack Neary with personal takes on the topics affecting Millenials: jobs, dating, family, art, culture, and other newsworthy events.
A newsletter where we share demand-based chrome extension ideas. So when you launch your product, you have a hungry audience waiting for your solution. This will help you reach product-market-fit way faster.
A community of readers who value the study and discussion of important ideas that shed light on the past, present and potentially, our future. More precisely, we’re interested in ideas that can enrich and improve our daily and civic lives.
Amazing stories from the past and present of the much-maligned class that launched women into the workforce.
A take to connect ordinary things with life and give it a personal yet relatable touch.
Learn all about product development, product management, design and UX Research. Practical career advice.
Berkana is a place to discover obscure stories from various cultures. Berkana unfolds real stories in bare-bones fashion with a razor-sharp focus on cultural driving change.
Story Cauldron is a weekly newsletter exploring places where intriguing and quirky storytelling exists. I'm passionate about storytelling. I'm a fiction author, so it comes naturally to me, but I also like finding stories in everyday places, be it an abandoned bridge or a pop song. Hence Story Cauldron, where I explore all of the places where story appears in everyday life.