Hello Internet. Today, I present you with yet another newsletter you can subscribe to. Subscribe, don’t subscribe, whatever you’re feeling. K thx byeee!
In all seriousness, I’m thrilled to introduce Wiretapped. It’s a new weekly newsletter that’s delivered every Friday to your inbox with a summary of what happened in the world of computing over the past seven days. Full disclosure: there’s a strong chance I’ll send an email not on a Friday if there’s a story I want everyone to read (or if I decide to write some sort of rant which is a big possibility), so just keep that in mind if you see me invade your inbox before the weekend.
Anyway, with Wiretapped, I wanted to make technology news more conversational. After all, it’s what I want to do with my new content and production strategy (a.k.a. C.A.P.S.). In each email, you’ll get a personal note from me with a summary of all the biggest stories in tech the previous week. Below that, you’ll get links to all the stories I write during the week and, possibly, a few extra links to articles I thought were interesting from around the web.
I even made this super sick logo.
With Wiretapped, I want to have fun, so beware of an occasional pun or witty comment in what I write. I also want each email to be as informative as possible, so I’ll likely be including stories that didn’t make it on Matridox during the week. Yet another reason why you should subscribe.
The future of computing is upon us, and I want to make sure everyone knows what’s going on. If you want to be informed about the latest tech news in a fun, light-hearted way, punch in your email address and click “Submit.” You’ll be hearing from me shortly.