Email-Newsletter Start-ups and The Future of Media - The Atlantic


15 bookmarks. First posted by mathewi 16 days ago.


A bit about the monetisation of newsletters and how it’s making them a bit like every other thing. Also, the erasure of the importance of women in making them a thing again.
newsletters  business  media  silicon-valley  sexism 
11 hours ago by mr_stru
"writers—particularly female writers— said, O.K., I’m going to make an Internet on which my essays go out in pneumatic tubes to just who I want them to go to, and no one else.".
newsletter  publication  monetisation 
8 days ago by vloux
The big question of the next 5 years: how many individual monthly subscriptions can one person tolerate?
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10 days ago by sinned
It’s unclear to me whether anyone has ever fallen in love over email, but it’s true that the only friendship I’ve ever succeeded in initiating via the internet started in my inbox. via Pocket
10 days ago by robmcmyers
As someone’s whose online persona is quite tangled up in a newsletter, I quite enjoyed this piece by
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13 days ago by rukku
Article is so much better than the headline:

"Is Anyone Going to Get Rich off of Email Newsletters?"
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14 days ago by AramZS
Article is so much better than the headline:

"Is Anyone Going to Get Rich off of Email Newsletters?"
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14 days ago by audrey
Getty Images It’s unclear to me whether anyone has ever fallen in love over email, but it’s true that the only friendship I’ve ever succeeded in initiating via…
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15 days ago by urbansheep
Getty Images It’s unclear to me whether anyone has ever fallen in love over email, but it’s true that the only friendship I’ve ever succeeded in initiating via…
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16 days ago by bdeskin
.@kait_tiffany: "Newsletters were a private world, a club so thoroughly feminine it was forgotten.“

+ poetry from @annfriedman: "It’s almost like a Tupperware…
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16 days ago by mathewi