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What’s in this spam

  1. Ramblings, podcast conversations with people smarter than me, and occasionally useful stuff.
  2. Frameworks that flip your life upside down, shake it well, and see what falls out.
  3. Tips on how to create a healthy relationship with tech.
  4. Surprisingly, no ads.

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“I’ve been spammed by Sim since day one, and there hasn’t been one issue where I haven’t learned something useless. As someone already wasting hours online every day with news, professional blogs, etc., this helps me add more noise with verbose SEO-like text (like a cooking recipes website in your inbox.)”
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