I subscribe to quite a few news and corporate website emails including those I agree with and those I don’t, because, ‘know your enemy’. But also I like to be sure I have a better understanding of their goals and plans in order to discuss topics fairly. By getting the information straight from the source, you can be sure it’s not biased, at least not against them.
When I scan the email titles, it can be entertaining at times so I thought I would share.
From the Dallas Morning News:
From UMAction Update (not Progressive): Drag Preaching, Liberal Intolerance, and the UMC Protocol https://juicyecumenism.com/2021/11/22/united-methodist-drag-queens/
From McKinsey Daily Read: How COVID-19 is reshaping supply chains and McKinsey & Company: For our Rethinking Recycling initiative, a new pathway to growth: Delterra
From Brookings Global: Demand-driven and gender-responsive policies for promoting entrepreneurship among women in Vietnam and Missing at COP26: Lifestyle choices of middle-class and rich consumers and Forging new paths to action for the Sustainable Development Goals
From The Daily Signal (Conservative): Businesses Are Going Woke. Here’s What a Thoughtful Investor Needs to Consider. and ‘Logistical Nightmare’: Texas Staffing Company Sues to Stop Biden Vaccine Mandate
From The New York Times:
- Jack Dorsey stepped down as Twitter’s chief executive.
- Millennials are dealing with rapid inflation for the first time.
- Elizabeth Holmes, the Theranos founder on trial for fraud, accused her former boyfriend and business partner of abuse.
A “Simpsons” episode that mocks Chinese censorship has vanished from Disney+ in Hong Kong
Obviously I don’t have time to read all these. I pick and choose according to my current interests.
What kinds of emails do you get and which ones do you actually read? Do you use an email list for your blog? If so what do you send out? How many emails are in your Inbox today? I have 3549. That’s a low number because this is a fairly new laptop. 🙂