Once a month, I send an email out to subscribers of Gold’s Guide. It's free to sign-up: just add your email in below.
When I was a kid, I used to love getting a new magazine in the mail — or even better, browsing at a local bookstore. These were monthly periodicals about my favorite things: computers, cars, video games, technology, style.
The rapid-fire non-stop nature of the internet has lead me desiring something more thoughtful, a place for deeper introspection.
Instead of hitting your inbox every day, or even once per week, I only send one email on the first of each month — something to look forward to. New articles are published to the Gold's Guide website throughout the month as I have time to write them, but the actual email will only come on the first.
Issues include a recap of every new article published on Gold’s Guide over the last month along with nuggets — my favorite links to articles, videos, tweets, and other valuable bits from around the internet that month.
I write about what’s good and what’s next: a balance between the classical and the cutting edge. I've written about how the MacBook Air with the M1 processor made the Mac fun again, why Mike Dean’s 4:22 album is an album to get lost in, how Typetura is reinventing typesetting for the internet, and why the Long Now Foundation is thinking in 10,000 year timelines.
Joining the newsletter is completely free and you can unsubscribe at any time, but if I hope that once you start reading, you’ll wait for next month’s edition with bated breath. See you on the first.
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