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- The Hustle has a great tone and isn't afraid to be brutally honest about what's happening in tech.General tech and business headlines. Great tone, short and sweet.
- Engineering Impact is a weekly newsletter for managers of software teams, focused on trends in engineering leadership, productivity, culture, and scaling dev teams.As a manager of a development team, Engineering Impact has some of the most useful content I come across.
- 69Kevin 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.Love it, and look forward to it every month. The writing is concise and hits all the notes you want.
- Definitely my favorite tech news newsletter. Super concise and informative.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
- I love the personable way theSkimm is written providing an overview of the days events in easy to digest, and fun to read bites.Read this every morning. Great breakdown of the previous days events and what everyone is talking about.
- 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.Dave gives his (sometimes) snarky take on the events of the day with a touch of humor that brightens the reporting.
- 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.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.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.
- Daily financial news in a no-BS, no-jargon way, that you can actually understand.
- A famous newsletter format. Honest opinions backed by one of the most reliable data sources in startup valuations.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.
- 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.
- The best damn future of technology, business models, political economy & society newsletterWeekly 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.
- Daily newsletter for us, curious. You can choose to receive the nl of specific areas: tech, media, fashion, sports, music.