I run two email newslet­ters. I’ve added some more details fur­ther down the page, but here’s a sum­ma­ry of the two:

The Tech Land­scape is a week­ly round-up of news and insight about the dig­i­tal tech­nol­o­gy mar­ket; smart assis­tants, mes­sag­ing, machine learn­ing, extend­ed real­i­ty… that type of thing. If you work in or around dig­i­tal and want to keep up to date, this is for you.

The Thought­ful Net is an occa­sion­al (more than month­ly, less than week­ly) curat­ed selec­tion of great writ­ing about the inter­net and tech­nol­o­gy, cul­ture, infor­ma­tion, soci­ety, sci­ence, and philo­sophy. It’s suit­able for any­one who wants the big­ger pic­ture of tech­nol­o­gy.

I’m acute­ly aware of the priv­i­lege of being invit­ed into your inbox, so am very care­ful not to spam, or use your email address for any­thing oth­er than the newslet­ter.


The Tech Landscape

The Tech Land­scape newslet­ter used to be an inter­nal tool for the com­pa­ny I was work­ing for, but I took it pub­lic with issue #89. I’m explor­ing new homes for it in the future, but right now it’s by email only.

The Thoughtful Net

If The Thought­ful Net sounds like your cup of tea, there are two ways you can get it. The first is to sign up to the mail­ing list to get it in your email inbox.

If you’re still a bit cautious—and let’s face it, who could blame you?—every issue is also post­ed to a Medi­um pub­li­ca­tion, to which you can sub­scribe to have each new edi­tion sent to you by email. Being on Medi­um also means you can read an exam­ple first; here’s one called Being Real­is­tic, Push­ing But­tons, and the Mem­o­ry Juke­box.

Nice Words

Superb con­tent. Best newslet­ter in my crammed inbox.

Javier Archeni

If you like read­ing things that make you think I high­ly rec­om­mend The Thought­ful Net.

Gareth Tru­fitt