Vox Sentences Newsletter

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Ken Romano@kenromano · Director of Broadcast Products, Associ…
I'm a huge fan of Vox and think they're doing great things with explainer pieces as well as their card stacks. I haven't yet drank the Kool-Aid on Sentences though. The bullet points seem a bit stream of consciousness like it's a running tally of what's new, as opposed to a daily summary of what I need to know. And some days the emails are reallllllly long. But I'll continue giving it a shot.
David Bauer@davidbauer · Journalist
@kenromano Seconded. I wish they were more selective in what to include. The newsletter often feels so overwhelming that I end up following none of the links.
Adam KazwellHunter@kaz · Product manager/observer
@kenromano @davidbauer have you guys checked out Yahoo! News Digest? Only 8-10 items a day. And any suggestions for other newsletters that do a better job?
David Bauer@davidbauer · Journalist
@kenromano @kaz I still consider Quartz' daily brief the gold standard for morning newsletters.
Ken Romano@kenromano · Director of Broadcast Products, Associ…
@davidbauer @kaz Yahoo is a solid user experience and good example of curating content from different sources. Sometimes, a bit TOO high level (on the opposite end of the spectrum as Sentences). And I agree with the post below --- Quartz is probably the only digest I religiously read every single day.
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
Big fan of Vox!
Irving Torres@irvingtorresyc · Freelance Designer
I love Vox and the quality of their work. I always learn something new on their site. Signing up for this was a no brainer for me.
Matt EllsworthPro@mattellsworth · Ex-VC @ 500 Startups, now maker of tings
Are there readers out there for email newsletters? Similar to RSS readers. Would love to subscribe to things like this but separate them from my inbox.
Ranjan@ranjanxroy · CEO, Informerly
@mattellsworth One decent option is the Unroll.me digest: https://unroll.me/faq/rollup - Puts all your subscriptions into just one digest
Matt EllsworthPro@mattellsworth · Ex-VC @ 500 Startups, now maker of tings
@ranjanxroy Thanks, I tried that before but for some reason it didn't stick. I'd really like it to go straight to reader, and I can decide what I want to put in my reading queue.
Ross@GoLocalApps@golocalapps · GoLocalApps
I think Huffington Post just launched a daily email as well. Haven't subscribed to it, but I've seen posted. I've been reading the skim, but they tend to only do four stories and I'm usually only interested in one or two.