I run a newslet­ter. It’s called The Thought­ful Net (although I’m not entire­ly hap­py with that name), and I send it occa­sion­al­ly: more than month­ly, less than week­ly. It’s a curat­ed selec­tion of great writ­ing about the inter­net and tech­nol­o­gy, cul­ture, infor­ma­tion, soci­ety, sci­ence, and philo­sophy.

If it sounds like your cup of tea, there are two ways you can get it:

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If you’re still a bit cautious—and let’s face it, who could blame you?—every issue is also post­ed to Medi­um, so you can read an exam­ple first. Here’s one called What’s Next, Cam­eras, Post-truth, Brazil, and Myan­mar.

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Superb con­tent. Best newslet­ter in my crammed inbox.

— Javier Archeni

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— Gareth Tru­fitt


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