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May 27, 20201 min read

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To me, email is the most intimate medium of communication.

It allows space and time for thoughts to ruminate, and not be drifted away in ephemeral news/chat feeds.

And it is always a pleasant surprise to receive emails from friends who take the efforts to write instead of using instant messages.

Of course, it is a challenge to keep our mailbox uncluttered in today's world, with constant clamor of attention from brands we don't really care about.

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I like reading newsletters - much more than reading news, which can be stressful and noisy most of the times. They keep me inspired and informed.

Over my adult life, I have subscribed and unsubscribed >100 of them. Here are some that have stood the test of time:

Business

Seth Godin- subscribed for more than 10 years. his emails are often concise and impactful.

NYTimes DealBook by Andrew Ross Sorkin - the gold standard for business news. the only news I read regularly.

Tech / Strategy

Stratechery by Ben Thompson - the top tech strategy blog/newsletter. Not an easy read, but the analysis is great.

Ben Evan - similar to Stratechery, but shorter/more palatable essays

Two Truths and a Take by Alex Danco - general tech writings

Ben Casnocha - writer / VC on a broad range of topics

Personal / Philosophy

Brain Pickings by Maria Popova - refreshing and delightful reads on meanings, arts, philosophy

Human Nature by Rob Henderson - good conservative views to balance my liberal echo chamber

Ryan Holiday - author of The Daily Stoic

Work/Domain-related

The Low Down by Momentum Works - occasional insightful reads on Asia tech

Tech in Asia - mostly for the headlines only, but their weekly commentaries are getting better and better

Inside Retail Asia - gets a pulse on Asia retail landscape

Coding

Overreacted by Dan Abramov - creator of Redux and Create-React-App

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What's your favourite newsletters?

I'd love to hear recommendations from you. Please email me!



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