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Five (more) Newsletters that make you and your inbox smarter

A few weeks ago, I posted five newsletters that add something amazing to your inbox on a regular basis. Here are five more excellent, curated newsletters that I trust.

Here are five more newsletters that I would recommend a subscription to:

  • Jocelyn K Glei compiles a great newsletter on creativity and meaning – essential reading.
  • Recomendo – Six cool recommendations every week. Tech, services, books – superb content.
  • Five Bullet Friday – everyone knows Tim Ferris’ work, but this weekly email provides up to date and interesting recommendations
  • Daily Stoic – wisdom and insight from the great Stoic writers – a great read.
  • The Daily Skimm – excellent curated news from across the globel.

What newsletters have I missed, let me know your recommendations in the comments below? 

Five Newsletters that make your inbox (and you) smarter

I’m quite protective about what I allow into my Inbox, but increasingly, the most interesting things are curated newsletters from writers and blogs that I trust.

Over recent months, I’ve been building a small list of newsletters that carry ‘all killer, no filler’ content and draw my attention when they arrive in my inbox.

Here are five newsletters that I would recommend a subscription to:

  • Exponential View – excellently curated news on technology and society from  Azeem Azhar
  • HackerNewsLetter – a weekly newsletter of the best articles on startups, technology, programming, and more. All links are curated by hand from Hacker News.
  • Benedicts Newsletter – compiled by Ben Evans, arrives every Sunday with notes for the past week – the stories and links I saw that were actually interesting, and why they mattered. Focused on tech, business and some fun too.
  • Noticing – from Kottke.org, home of fine Hypertext products – now delivers a nicely written and loosely themed newsletter on a weekly basis
  • The Hustle – Technology and Business news every day, well written, from San Francisco

What newsletters have I missed, let me know your recommendations in the comments below? 

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