Sarah's favorite email newsletters.

Have you noticed that newsletters are really good right now? Here are my favorites. (To fill the Google-Reader-shaped hole in your heart.) πŸ’Œ
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    πŸŒŽπŸ“°: Next Draft (daily)
    Dave Pell reads the whole internet every day so you don't have to. Then, he picks the ten most interesting stories, summarizes them, links out to good sources, and titles everything with a pun. It's a public service, really. //
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    πŸ’»πŸ€“: Track Changes (daily-ish)
    This near-daily letter is from Postlight, a digital agency in New York run by Paul Ford and Rich Ziade. Paul usually writes about things like open map data, or how CMSes affect editorial decisions, or bots. There is also a podcast. //
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    πŸ“‰πŸ’΅: Money Stuff (daily)
    Matt Levine writes about finance and economics for Bloomberg, and his daily newsletter combines news, snark, puns, and a dizzying link roundup. //
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    ✨🌚: Everything Changes (weekly)
    Laura Olin writes this newsletter for The Awl. The format changes weekly, and it's always a breath of fresh air. //
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    πŸ‘©πŸΎπŸŽ™: Another Round (weekly)
    The companion newsletter to an amazing podcast, AR's weekly email is a long, bold, semi-random, and always informative offering. //
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    🚺πŸ’ͺ: RTW (weekly)
    RTW, another newsletter from the inspiring Laura Olin, is "an email list for women who want a more equal world". 10 things weekly. //
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    🐦✈️: Where the Hell is Cate? (varies)
    Cate Huston is a world-traveling engineering manager, feminist badass, speaker, and writer. She sends this newsletter from an airport any time she's flying off somewhere new. //
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    πŸŒ·πŸ‘»: Today in Tabs (always in our hearts)
    Currently on indefinite hiatus. Oh, how I miss my Tabs. //