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by Multicoin Capital
Multicoin Capital invests exclusively in the crypto ecosystem and they share their research, asset valuations, and market analysis with this newsletter.
Proof of Work
by Eric Meltzer
Weekly updates from the best cryptocurrency projects, direct from the founding teams.
iOS Dev Weekly
by Dave Verwer
Subscribe to a hand-picked round up of the best iOS development links every week. Curated by Dave Verwer and published every Friday.
Twice weekly news around electric vehicles, self-driving automobiles, smart cars and the world of 21st century transportation.
by Om Malik
Om Maliks, journalist and partner at True Ventures shares with this newsletter his writings along with best reads from around the web.
by Kevin Rose
Join Kevin's once-a-month newsletter that covers his favorite articles, life and body hacks, videos, products, and odd obsessions.
by Mahdi Yusuf & Mike Grouchy
A free weekly e-mail newsletter, on Fridays, for those interested in python development and various topics around python.
The Daily Digest
by The Nieman Journalism Lab
The best way to follow how the news is changing: a daily email, with all the freshest future-of-journalism news from Harvard's Nieman Journalism Lab.
by GraphQL Weekly
A weekly newsletter of the best news, articles, and projects about GraphQL, Apollo and more.
UX Design Weekly
by Keny Chen
Get a hand picked list of the best user experience design links every week. Curated by Kenny Chen & published every Monday.
Dan Primack breaks news about deals and dealmakers from Wall Street to Sand Hill Road.
Stacey on IoT
by Stacey Higginbotham
Stacey Higginbotham is covering the technology sector for more than 18 years. She brings this extensive expertise to her weekly newsletter reporting on the internet of things, smart homes, mobile and wireline broadband networks.
Web Development Reading List
by Anselm Hannemann
A handcrafted, carefully created weekly update resource for web developers by Anselm Hannemann, founder of Colloq.
by Tim Carmody / kottke.org
Noticing is a newsletter that goes out every Friday with a roundup of the most interesting ideas, people, and links of the week, plus some special magic to take you into the weekend. It's written by Tim Carmody and published by kottke.org.
by Stefano Bernardi & Yannick Roux
An opinionated recap of the most interesting news & events, covering cryptocurrencies, blockchains, dapps & the growing token economy, delivered weekly.
by Tomasz Tunguz
Tomasz is a partner Redpoint Ventures. He writes data-driven posts about key questions facing startups.
This Week in Mobility
by Anthony Barba
A curated newsletter with the most interesting mobility stories. Delivered to you once a week.
by Android Weekly
The newsletter comes once a week and covers a broad range of topics like tutorials, screencasts, news… just everything that's awesome in the Android Development world!
by Nadia Eghbal
Once a month, Nadia Eghbal sends out an email with her latest writing, notes, and anything interesting she has read. Her main interest is how we sustain and govern digital public goods (like software and media) and the platforms on which they are built. She often writes about these dynamics in open source and researches and explores the economics of the internet.
by Jack Clark
Import AI is a weekly newsletter about artificial intelligence, written Jack Clark, the Strategy and Communications Director at OpenAI and formerly worked as the world’s only neural network reporter at Bloomberg.
The Daily Skimm
Join Oprah Winfrey, Sarah Jessica Parker, Lena Dunham and 4M more readers and get all the news and info you need to start your day delivered each AM to your inbox.
by Rob Howard
The free, weekly current events briefing that brings focus to a world of infinite information. No likes. No clickbait. Just the knowledge you need to be an informed, responsible citizen.
by Nathan Benaich
A market intelligence newsletter covering AI in the technology industry, research lab and venture capital market.
Brain Pickings Weekly
by Maria Popova
Maria Popova's Brain Pickings is free weekly interestingness digest. It comes out on Sunday mornings and offers the week’s most unmissable articles across creativity, psychology, art, science, design, philosophy, and other facets of our search for meaning.
Proof of Concept
Receive connected hardware news and advice in your inbox, written each month by Ben Einstein
A rational perspective from the most trusted name in science: The best from Nature’s journalists and other publications worldwide, handpicked and summarized by Nature editors, free in your inbox every weekday.
by Erik Jacobson & Jonathan Barshop
5 Business Podcasts Handpicked For You Every Sunday.
WTF Just Happened Today
by Matt Kiser
Today's essential guide to the daily shock and awe in US politics. Read in moderation.
A free, once–weekly e-mail round-up of Ruby news and articles.
Be your own financial advisor. Understand today’s financial news in 3 minutes.
Sinocism China Newsletter
by Bill Bishop
Get smarter about China: Bill Bishop’s newsletter provides analysis, commentary and curated links to the important English and Chinese news of the day.
by The Business of Fashion
Your complimentary morning briefing, featuring agenda setting news & analysis on the global fashion industry.
Design Sprint Newsletter
by Jake Knapp
News, links, workshops, videos, and special content from Jake, design partner at Google Ventures and author of the New York Times bestseller Sprint, delivered to your inbox every 1 or 2 weeks.
by Eurasia Group
Signal is a newsletter on international affairs produced three times a week. No jargon, no nonsense, no noise.
Your smart, good looking friend that sends you an email each morning with all the tech and business news you need to know for the day.
by Morning Brew
Morning Brew starts your day with the latest news from Wall St. to Silicon Valley
by Azeem Azhar
A a thoughtfully curated weekly newsletter about the current state of exponential technologies, and their impact on the society. It's delivered to your inbox every Sunday.
by Owen Williams
The weekend briefing with the best technology stories, long reads and top startups right in your inbox. It's the secret that smart people in the technology industry use to stay on top, right in time for your Sunday coffee.
by Lon Riesberg
Data Elixir is delivered to your inbox each Tuesday with data science picks from around the web.
by Kai Brach
A weekly newsletter helping web workers be productive, stay inspired, and think critically. Its a densely curated mix of practical and inspirational links at the intersection of tech, design, and culture.
Matt Levine's (Bloomberg) daily take on Wall Street, finance & companies.
The Daily Digest
by Motive Unknown
The Daily Digest is a newsletter curated by Motive Unknown’s Darren Hemmings, that goes out every Monday to Friday, summarising the day’s news in music, tech and apps. Motive Unknown is a strategic digital marketing consultancy working primarily in the music business.
by Seth Godin
Covering everything from effective marketing and leadership, to the spread of ideas and changing everything, Seth has been able to motivate and inspire countless people around the world. Seth is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, speaker and publishes one of the most popular blogs in the world. Never miss one of his posts an subscribe to Seth's Blog (daily) and news and updates (less frequent).
by Benedict Evans
Benedict Evans, partner at VC firm Andreessen Horowitz, sends a newsletter every Sunday with his notes for the past week - the stories and links he saw that were actually interesting, and why they mattered.
Software Lead Weekly
by Oren Ellenbogen
A weekly email for CTOs. VPs Engineering and creators of all types who care about people, culture and leadership.
Data Science Weekly
by Hannah Brooks & Sebastian Gutierrez
One email every Thursday featuring curated news, articles and jobs related to Data Science.
by Martin Bryant
Big Revolution is a daily look at how technology is changing society. From media and politics, to finance and culture, Martin Bryant will help you understand the world, seven days a week.
The Ann Friedman Weekly
by Ann Friedman
Every Friday, Ann Friedman curates a set of great things to read, GIFs and product endorsements.
by Sarah Nöckel
Europe’s largest weekly newsletter on women in tech, entrepreneurship & diversity in venture capital.
Indie iOS Focus Weekly
by Chris Beshore
Join developers and app entrepreneurs that subscribe to get the best iOS development, marketing, Swift, and Xcode links, published every Thursday.
by Sacha Greif
Since 2012, Sidebar has been collecting the best links about UI design, typography, CSS, user research, and all other facets of design. Get the best five Sidebar picks in your inbox every day
by Jenny & Christine
From Melinda Gates to Ray Delio to Marc Andreessen to J.K. Rowling—Wisebooks is a database of books recommended by world-class people. Subscribe for weekly bite-sized book recommendations in your inbox!
by Dave Pell
The day's most fascinating news from Dave Pell.
Articles on product management, sales and marketing, customer support and startups, delivered straight to your inbox once a week.
MUSIC x TECH x FUTURE
by Bas Grasmayer
A weekly newsletter that keeps you up to date on innovation in the music business. It covers trends and explains how apply these to your strategy.
The Lefsetz Letter
by Bob Lefsetz
Since 25 years, Lefsetz is reporting on the music industry and addresses the issues that are at the core of the business: downloading, copy protection, pricing and the music itself.
by ARK Investment
A weekly curated newsletter by ARK's analysts, designed to keep you engaged with disruptive innovation.
by Gemma Milne
A fortnightly-ish collection of whirling thoughts on science, tech, writing, freelancing, and the things that make me - a young Scottish maths nerd, based in London - tick.
Anna's Weekly Fintech Roundup
by Anna Irrera
A collection of some of the week's must read fintech news, blogs and other interesting musings
In other news
by Giuseppe Sollazzo
A weekly newsletter with the hottest data journalism, data visualization, open, and big data.
Drinking from the Firehose
by Alex Taussig
A weekly(-ish) newsletter on commerce, media, science, tech, investing, & internet culture by Alex Taussig. I am a partner at Lightspeed in Silicon Valley.
The Brain Food
by Farnam Street / Shane Parrish
In contrast to the “mental fast food” invading the web, we think Farnam Street is a rare collection of knowledge that is both hearty and real. The Brain Food newsletter goes out on Sunday, and it contains every article from the Farnam Street, book recommendations and a short collection of the best articles that they read that week, pulled from hundreds of sources. It's all real food. No junk.
by Ali Griswold
Oversharing is a weekly newsletter on the proverbial sharing economy and other startup-y things by Ali Griswold, a reporter for Quartz.
by Ben Thompson
Recommended by The New York Times as »one of the most interesting sources of analysis on any subject«, Stratechery provides analysis of the strategy and business side of technology and media, and the impact of technology on society. A paid subscriptions for the Daily Update is required, but there's a free weekly article.
The Compost is a newsletter breaking down the week’s stories on environmental issues. Find out what’s going on, why you should care, and how you can help. Subscribe to learn something new every Monday.
Tech Manager Weekly
by On Good Bits
What makes a good CTO great? Continuous learning. A fresh, curated list of engineering, culture, process and leadership articles by CTO Craft, delivered every Monday.
by Patrick Tanguay
A weekly collection of things that Patrick Tanguay found interesting. Usually involves technology and the many ways in which it transforms society. Also goes on about hybrids, cities, systemic stuff, design and printed things. If you know and love The Alpine Review, the topic selection will probably ring a bell.
Byte sized news for techie folks: TLDR is a daily curated newsletter containing links and summaries of the most interesting stories in tech.