Readers' Corner

Readers’ Corner

Here's where readers (like you) can look at what's coming up with the newsletter. I'll update this with new and relevant sections as time goes by. You can always email me to request something new.

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So far so good

Here's what's been published.

Topics

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Why you should care how consultancies are run
June 3, 2022
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How do we do that?
May 20, 2022
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Not actual game footage
March 18, 2022
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Unstructured time
March 4, 2022
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Appeal to reason
February 28, 2022
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Maintain or refrain?
February 18, 2022
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Propositions, plural
February 9, 2022

What's next

I prioritise based on what my subscribers requests and replies to previous emails. I will do a topic again if there's more to it. Here are some ideas I'm playing with.

Topics

Distributed failure modes
First steps, six ways
Open Source Consulting

Feedback

I shape the newsletter based on feedback replies and requests 😊. Here are the tickets generated so far.

Feedback

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“A great synthesis of considerations to be aware of for big business' agenda for Web3. Totally agree”
“It feels like there is not a single word extra, and I love it”
Political voice is exactly right
Had to reread to get the gist of the email
Bullet points help ground the email at the end
Becoming less formal / more personable from email 1 to email 3 – that's a good thing.
Like how you use “(might)” to show your assumptions
Information went a bit over my head
I like the title
Easy to subscribe and unsubscribe
More of your experiences and thoughts over lists
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“I love how personalized these first emails are”
Like the attributions and references to go deeper
A bit long in length, it can be shorter
Make the tone of voice more personable / conversational
Like the quick summary at the start – allows me to decide whether or not to invest or skip this week
“pithy and to the point, while adding meaningful value throughout”

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