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No. 30

Greetings from (rainy) Northern California!

I started sending these emails shortly before Living in Information came out. The original intent was keeping folks informed about the book. Since then the newsletter has grown — not just in reach, but also in size. Last week, a close friend admitted to not reading these emails because they'd gotten too long. (See for yourself.)

The fact that you’re reading this is a privilege you grant me. I don’t want to squander your attention. Starting with this issue, I’m introducing a new, simpler format for this newsletter:

  1. a short introduction (you’re reading it now),
  2. a list of ten things I think are worth your attention, and
  3. a link to the latest episode of my podcast.

I’ll continue posting longer thoughts on my blog.

Hopefully, these changes make this newsletter more useful to you. Your feedback is most welcome; please let me know what you think by replying to this email.

Onwards...

Worth your attention:

The Informed Life With Jessica Ivins

Episode 9 of The Informed Life podcast features an interview with UX designer and educator Jessica Ivins. Jessica's role requires that she wear many hats; find out how she keeps track of it all through mindful management of her information environments.

Listen to the show

Thanks for reading!

-- Jorge

P.S.: If you like this newsletter, please forward it to a friend. (If you're not subscribed yet, you can sign up here.)

P.P.S.: If you haven't done so already, please check out my book, Living in Information: Responsible Design for Digital Places. You can buy it from my publisher, Amazon, and other fine purveyors of the printed word.

Disclosure: this newsletter includes Amazon affiliate links.

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