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A weekly peek into some people's data, other people's profits, and all the gunk that happens in the middle.
All My Stars
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Comprehensible coverage of the cryptocurrency industry and its developments that's heavy on the wit and light on the boosterism.
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The Future, Now and Then
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A newsletter that mixes insights from the history of the digital future (#WIREDarchive) with observations and rants about the state of politics today. Basically a blog for your inbox.
Against Mars: Space Colonization and its Discontents
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