TinyLetter rides the newsletter wave

Journalism.co.uk lists ten newsletter for media junkies to help start off a more informed 2014, or something like that. It’s a decent list, but that’s not the interesting part here.

Out of these ten newsletters, six are powered by TinyLetter, the free and overly simple newsletter service maintained by MailChimp. The remaining four newsletters use more conventional services. This is just another example of the rekindled newsletter trend, and the fact that we’re good with simpler things, such as TinyLetter. Personally I’d prefer raw text emails, but maybe that’s just grumpy old me.

Have you read <em>Haunted Futures</em> yet? cover

Have you read Haunted Futures yet?

I’ve got a story in the science fiction/near future anthology Haunted Futures, together with the likes of Warren Ellis and Tricia Sullivan. Check it out!