Taking the tech world by storm, The Hustle sends daily content for the ambitious, entrepreneurial, artistic, clever, intelligent, and curious hustler. One of the most popular answers when I ask guests about what newsletter they are loving lately.
Sidebar founder Sacha Greif chose an interesting value proposition when he started he newsletter a number of years ago. The 5 Best Design Links, Every Day. Since then he has grown his audience to over 30,000 web designers.
Famous for his podcast and book The Four Hour Work Week, Tim Ferriss shares a quick, text-only email newsletter each Friday with a list of things he is loving (recommendations) this week. His readers love the consistent dose of Tim and the reach of his list makes Tim one of the most influential blogger/author in the tech and personal development space.
One of the best known daily newsletters. On any given day, Dave turns up the top 10 stories that are important, moving, hilarious, and just weird. Next Draft is about finding the signal in all the noise.
Your mind is a "Pattern Recognition Machine" Here's what Farnam Street is devoted to understanding: How can we better understand and align with reality in order to live a better life? The Brain Food newsletter goes out on Sunday, and it contains every piece they released that week so you don't have to check the site and see if you missed anything.
Wreaths Across America is a national 501-(c)3 with a mission to remember, honor, and teach about the service and sacrifice of our veterans and their families. I have had the honor of doing the WAA newsletter (over 50,000 subscribers) since 2006.
[Tobin Today] is my own, personal branded newsletter, where each Thursday I share the best stuff I found on the web. I use the newsletter as a learning laboratory for new ideas and it serves as a buffet for readers to pick what they like for a deeper dive.
Austin Kleon is the author of "Steal Like An Artist" and several other books. Join the 45,000+ readers who get new art, writing, and interesting links delivered to their inboxes every week. Great inspiration for folks going creative work.
Feminism, style, health, politics, friendship, and everything else from Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner at LennyLetter.com. In Lenny-speak, "Email is a much more intimate and personal medium, with users deliberately opting in to receive content rather than absent-mindedly browsing on a public forum."
A newsletter every Sunday with notes for the past week - the stories and links Benedict saw that were actually interesting, and why they mattered.There are now around 75,000 subscribers. You should sign up too - it's pretty good.
Noticing is a newsletter that goes out every Friday to 6400+ subscribers with a roundup of the most interesting ideas, people, and links of the week, plus some special magic to take you into the weekend. It's written by Tim Carmody and published by kottke.org.