From Kai Brach, Publisher of Offscreen magazine and the Dense Discovery newsletter:
“Funny enough though, the good old email newsletter is currently experiencing a bit of a comeback. Perhaps as a reaction to the bottomless, anxiety-inducing social feeds, the email sits patiently in your inbox until you deem it worthy of your attention. Not able to read it now? No problem, come back to it later, it’s right there where you left it.
That’s why I’ve always loved email as a medium. Sure, I spend a lot of time reading and writing them – which arguably is not the most creatively productive time of my day – but it’s still the one digital medium that abides by my rules (or filters). No sudden change in algorithm; no YOU-NEED-THIS product plugs; no strangers chiming in with rude comments. I decide what and when to read. Perhaps best of all: I can have constructive, civilised conversations with other people. Imagine that?!”
Amen. And it’s a really good time to subscribe to mine.
(Via Blog – CJ Chilvers)
Nah … I still prefer full-text ATOM RSS over email newsletters. I prefer summary RSS over email newsletters.
I think if more people knew this option was an option, they’d opt in.