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the-big-con
The intersection of marketing and propaganda
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Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering finance
the-cutt
Cutt pulls real actionable trading data from the noise of Reddit, Twitter and ot
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Delivering business and markets news, data, analysis, and video to the world
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National Security, Foreign Policy, Politics
the-good-newsletter
Five good news stories in your inbox every Tuesday morning
the-blend
The latest from the cigar world in five minutes or less.
its-payne
A video games weekly recap that helps you to stay updated and sane.
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10+1 Things is a curated newsletter by Rishikesh featuring 11 interesting things
irregular-thoughts
Exposing a lack of clarity in regular thinking …
my-worlds-on-fire
A newsletter about disasters to better understand "these uncertain times."
the-chatty-mammoth
The most stimulating online writing, in bite-sized broadcasts, delivered daily.
bitchin-pitchin
Monthly freelance toolkit with pitches that landed stories in top publications!
try-living-while-black
Curated storytelling to eradicate racism through empathy-first education.
the-highlighter
The best of the week on race, education, and culture
morning-brew
Become smarter in just 5 minutes
the-techonomics
We Use A.I. To Curate And Summarize Tech & Business News
finimize
Every morning brings a whole host of headlines about the financial markets
game-dev-digest
A free, weekly newsletter about Unity game dev news, tips, tricks, and more.
extra-points
Coverage on the off the field forces that shape college athletics
recomendo
Weekly newsletter that gives you 6 brief personal recommendations of cool stuff
the-conversation
Fact-based journalism written by experts
730dc
Connecting Washingtonians to their city, to its communities, and to one another
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Essential reading for people who care about Chicago
international-intrigue
Irreverent & insightful foreign affairs analysis by two former diplomats