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We consume a lot of content both online and offline. We judge the content and decide which things are worth sharing with others and which ones are not. This is called curating content. I thought it would be nice to share what I came across that consider worth other's time.


I have been self-hosting newsletters for other websites, but I wanted this one to be as minimalistic as possible. Sadly, Substack is a disappointment regarding privacy (see: Substack wants to scoop as much information as they can ). I will migrate to a self-hosted solution as soon as I have time.

For the time being, this is the link to join:


Not everything needs to move incredibly fast. An article worth reading a month ago should also be worth reading in a year from now. I will start with a monthly newsletter, sharing everything from podcast , to videos , to articles or books I've read.

Looking back, I can confidently say I am not good at keeping a newsletter going. Nor for Python for the Lab , nor for this website. I completely lack consistency. One of the problems is not finding my audience yet.

tags: #newsletter , #long-newsletter

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