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I have enjoyed Paul Kedrosky’s eclectic, sometimes sarcastic and satirical, but always smart writing since he was a wee analyst. So when he gave up blogging, I was deeply saddened. Sure, he wrote for Bloomberg and tweeted a lot, but it wasn’t the same. So that is why I am delighted to become a subscriber for his new email newsletter. You should sign-up and trust me; he is worth a place in your inbox. If you want to read more about it, this would be a good place to start.
Paul isn’t too specific, except telling me that “it’s mostly a personal letter. Shared things, but also periodic essays, etc. I reserve the right to go very long at will. I did decide, however, that I wanted to move further away from Twitter, where I’m mostly broadcast only these days anyway. ” Like all of us who started on others call the “indie web,” Kedrosky didn’t want want to use Tinyletter, Substack, or any these other services “where I host my content elsewhere” because “it is a bad trade.” Paul is using Mailpoet via a Wordpress extension. Photo courtesy of Unsplash