Here are a few of the newsletters I subscribe to to inject a potent blend of utility, optimism, and curiosity into my search for knowledge and inspiration.

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Benedict’s newsletter

Curated by Benedict Evans

A weekly newsletter focused on technology, media and finance. Benedict picks 10-20 pieces of news that actually mattered and explains what they mean, with analysis and opinion to put things in context.

Brain Food

Curated by Shane Parrish

Farnam Street’s Brain Food newsletter is devoted to helping you get smarter by mastering the best of what other people have already figured out. A timeless signal in a world full of noise.

Brain Pickings

Curated by Maria Popova

Brain Pickings is a digest of interesting and inspiring articles across art, science, philosophy, creativity, and other strands of their search for truth, beauty, and meaning.

dConstruct by Clearleft

Curated by Jeremy Keith

A round-up of handpicked hyperlinks from the folks at Clearleft, covering design, technology and culture.

Dense Discovery

Curated by Kai Brach

A weekly newsletter helping you be productive, feel inspired and think critically. It’s probably my favourite newsletter. I always find something interesting and useful in it.

Exponential View

Curated by Azeem Azhar

A weekly guide to the future.

Hacker Noon

Curated by David Smooke and Linh Dao Smooke

A round up of hacks, ideas, stories, opinions and tutorials from deeply knowledgeable, T-shaped technologists, who are currently working on the frontlines of the future.


Curated by Mind the Product

Mind the Product’s curated newsletter with the best articles from around the web on product management, design, and development.

Smashing Newsletter

Curated by Smashing Magazine

An editorial email newsletter with useful tips and techniques on front-end and user experience.

The Download

Curated by Charlotte Jee

A daily dose of what’s happening in emerging technology from MIT Technology Review.

UX Collective

Curated by Fabricio Teixeira and Caio Braga

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