Cold Takes: Onward

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Forgive me readers, for I have sinned. I didn't write this newsletter yesterday. Truth be told, I pro
 
September 29 - Issue #14
M.G. Siegler
Forgive me readers, for I have sinned. I didn’t write this newsletter yesterday. Truth be told, I probably could have gotten something out, but I honestly felt like I hadn’t read enough really good things to share – or bad things that I had a good opinion about. So it would have been a stretch.
Plus, I did want to see what would happen if I didn’t post and also didn’t say anything about it. And guess what happened? The same thing that always happens. Life moved on. And it did so with one less email in your inbox. 
As of right now, I still like the cadence of doing these daily (-ish, as Megan would say). I like that it’s a forcing function to write. And to do so in a less formal way. So the experiment continues. Now with roughly 1,000 of you reading. Which is great, and only mildly stressful. 
Sorry for the meta post. Will try to limit these as I know they’re not terribly interesting. It’s really just me thinking aloud about newsletters… Onward.

5ish Links
An Ascent From ‘Dunderhead’ to Demagogue
The World is Not Enough
How much?!
BlackBerry To Stop Making Its Own Phones
Jack Kerouac Wrestles With the Concept of American Culture in This Previously Unpublished Essay
Trumped Up
The World's Biggest Deck
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