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  1. 129
    The Hustle

    Vice meets Fast Company

    Ryan Hoover
    Ryan Hoover85Founder, Product Hunt · Written
    The Hustle has a great tone and isn't afraid to be brutally honest about what's happening in tech.
    Adrian Craig
    Adrian Craigco-founder, CEO of Llama · Written
    General tech and business headlines. Great tone, short and sweet.
    This is the only newsletter I wait for.
  2. Once every week, they send out a carefully selected compilation of news in categories: Stunning Articles, Useful Stuff and Free Resources. Hot and exclusive deals, giveaways and freebies from partners. Stuff that’s not available elsewhere on the web. Sent periodically.
    f I recommend the product completely
    Andrian Valeanu
    Andrian Valeanu4Web designer and indie maker💡. 🇲🇩<->🇪🇸 · Written
    Recommend it!
  3. Engineering Impact is a weekly newsletter for managers of software teams, focused on trends in engineering leadership, productivity, culture, and scaling dev teams.
    Great insights for managing software development teams!
    Aaron Silverman
    Aaron SilvermanCode Slinger at VideoBlocks · Written
    As a manager of a development team, Engineering Impact has some of the most useful content I come across.
  4. 82

    Daily email analysis on tech biz and strategy

    James Ellis
    James EllisEmployer Brand Maven · Written
    Agree. And the Exponent Podcast is a good compliment to it.
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    Aleksandra5Maker @ Planet:tech, Supergirls · Written
    Definitely my fav!
  5. 69
    The Journal, Issue #1 - by Kevin Rose

    Monthly newsletter w/ products reviews, podcasts, articles

    Michael Neth
    Michael NethProduct Designer/Dev, Callcap · Written
    Kevin sends out a highly curated newsletter each month with great recommendations and insider knowledge. It the only email newsletter I make sure to open as soon as I get it.
    Anna Roginska
    Anna RoginskaGrowth + co-founder: Habit8 · Written
    Love it, and look forward to it every month. The writing is concise and hits all the notes you want.
    Kyle Reed
    Kyle ReedJack Randall - Men's Clothing Boutique · Written
    Always get excited for the first of the month because I know there will be a new version of the Journal.
  6. 54
    Benedict Evans Newsletter

    Great newsletter for tech, mobile, trends, data, and news

    Ben Lang
    Ben Lang25Serial hunter · Written
    Definitely my favorite tech news newsletter. Super concise and informative.
    Wade Johnston
    Wade JohnstonLexicards.com, VP · Written
    This is the only one I read every week. I even tagged it as important so gmail doesn't send it into the ether. Great weekly summary of interesting tech, media and social news
    VinayDigital Strategist · Written
    I'm not a big fan of the newsletter but this is the only one that I subscribe to. Very crisp and direct to the point.
  7. 38

    Daily summary of current events in your inbox

    Emily Snowdon (née Hodgins)
    Emily Snowdon (née Hodgins)7Head Of Operations @ Product Hunt · Edited
    I love the personable way theSkimm is written providing an overview of the days events in easy to digest, and fun to read bites.
    Kyle Reed
    Kyle ReedJack Randall - Men's Clothing Boutique · Written
    Read this every morning. Great breakdown of the previous days events and what everyone is talking about.
    KellyConsultant, Cumberland Consulting Group · Written
    Love theSkimm - witty, fun, quick read that keeps me up-to-date on everything that I need to know.
  8. 38

    The day's most fascinating news!

    Jeff Greenberg
    Jeff GreenbergFilmgeek. Tech geek. Father. · Written
    When I skip everything - this is the *one thing* that is a must glance. Dave Pell personally curates and summarizes (with links) today's news. Seriously the best way to get a clear view of today's events.
    Matt Zieminski
    Matt ZieminskiDiagnostician, iFixit.com · Written
    Dave gives his (sometimes) snarky take on the events of the day with a touch of humor that brightens the reporting.
    Anna Roginska
    Anna RoginskaGrowth + co-founder: Habit8 · Written
    I consistently get fun surprises with content, esp. the bottom half of the email content. Super well written.
  9. 33
    Mattermark Daily

    A curated newsletter of blog posts from investors & founders

    Saul Fleischman
    Saul Fleischman3RiteKit Founder & CEO · Written
    I skip past the "From the Startup Investors" section entirely. After all, these are either silver-spoon trust fund babies or those how cashed out big in 2003 and have been throwing around their weight, killing more startups than they are aiding, and keep on doing so until they perish. Instead, @thinker's curated posts in the "From the Operators" section, below is quite good. Good, also, for seeing what the powers-that-be in The Valley believe is politically correct. E.g. there's a whole lot of bias for the "save the women," etc. that are actually initiatives fueled by the needs of investors, who must cleanse themselves of the impression that actually, they do not support innovation, they are all about making billionaires of millionaires.
    Aleksandra5Maker @ Planet:tech, Supergirls · Written
    This i a great curated newsletter that I read daily to catch up on the news and get insights on entrepreneurship, investments and the startup ecosystems.
    Vinish Garg
    Vinish GargCo-founder @OutcomeConf @ContentHug · Written
    I am reading Mattermark for a long time now, a good variety on startups, investors, customers, sales, marketing, and so many aspects of business areas. I love the variety and consistency, and of course the way it has evolved gradually.
  10. 30

    Financial news explained in 3 minutes in a daily e-mail

    Andrew Ettinger
    Andrew Ettinger4👟 @wearAtoms // ex @Twitter @ProductHunt · Written
    Daily financial news in a no-BS, no-jargon way, that you can actually understand.
    Anders Kravis
    Anders KravisHead of Product at Finimize · Written
    All the cool kids are reading it
    ethansr manager, influencer marketing at MVMT · Written
    Been a long time finimize-r, love it for it's easy to follow financial news. I wanted more knowledge of the space and this has drastically helped my understanding of the financial world.
  11. galvinw
    galvinwFounder of Lauretta.io · Written
    A famous newsletter format. Honest opinions backed by one of the most reliable data sources in startup valuations.
    Divyansh Saini
    Divyansh SainiProducts @SocialCops. · Written
    CB Insights newsletter has clarity of analyses, impeccable data sanity, and the most interesting splices and dices of information from the startup and the VC world. The clear and concise way in which Anand Sanwal and co. draft the newsletter leaves a personal touch marks a personal touch to the reader.
  12. 26
    Product Hunt 4.0

    Now with Reviews, Badges, Web Links, and more ✨

    Must read newsletter of what's happening in tech, every weekday. Lots of emojis and GIFs. Subscribe 💌 producthunt.com/newsletter 💌
  13. Tarun Gangwani
    Tarun GangwaniProduct, dev.twitch.tv · Written
    Ina Fried (veteren tech journalist Re/Code, WSJ, CNet) provides a simple, 5 minute read on tech topics everyday in the morning. The entire thing is like a TL;DR for the day prior, providing quick witted takes on what's going on in the tech industry. Ina sometimes features a 2-3 question interview from someone interesting, in a unique, succinct format I haven't seen before.
    Kevin Lou
    Kevin Lou6Experience @ Italic · Written
    Reading Login in the morning + Techmeme throughout the day is the perfect amount of tech reading!
  14. Short,Inspiring, Informative, and relevant.
    One of the best written short format content ever to be generated.
    Lenka Istvanova
    Lenka IstvanovaDigital Marketing Athlete · Written
    Best email ever!
  15. Matt Kiser
    Matt KiserFounder – WTF Just Happened Today · Written
    The best damn future of technology, business models, political economy & society newsletter
    Emily Veach
    Emily Veachwriter @Feedly · Written
    Weekly newsletter with meticulously curated (and really smart) takes on the future of technology. Real, digestible stories about science...AI...future of transportation...morality... Some of it is well over my head, but that's a good thing. I've learned a lot from Azeem and the other subscribers! Check out the podcast too.
    Nak Koh
    Nak KohHelp 41 yrs old healthcare startup in MN · Written
    Highly recommend this! Great weekly newsletter with detailed and thoughtful curation.
  16. 19

    The world's largest Startup Launch Platform

    Stephanie Newton
    Stephanie NewtonWord Nerd + Copy Wrangler · Edited
    Startups.co publishes the Startups Daily Newsletter every Monday through Friday. Inside is a TL;DR of useful advice and relevant stories for entrepreneurs at every stage in the game.
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  17. 12
    Designer News

    Hacker News for designers

    Zaid Edris
    Zaid EdrisUI/UX Designer · Written
    Designer News has got a good newsletter that presents the best stories about design published last week on Designer News.
  18. 12
    Hot Pod

    A weekly newsletter all about podcasts

    Reliable, thoughtful news and analysis on the emerging on-demand audio industry.
  19. 12

    5 curated design links, every day

    Tanmay Desai
    Tanmay DesaiWill always go the extra mile. · Written
    Best design resources.
    Andreas Wagner
    Andreas Wagnerlooking for..........😎 · Written
    really good stuff.... always
  20. Daily newsletter for us, curious. You can choose to receive the nl of specific areas: tech, media, fashion, sports, music.
    Kevin Dwinnell
    Kevin DwinnellDir. Prod & Strategy, Taivara · Written
    Big fan of MediaREDEF. Wide range of topics including tech and entertainment. Gives a wide perspective of what's worth reading now.