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Uni Watch has been one of my most read websites over the past decade. Paul's fantastic writing has made me dive deeper into the minutiae of athletic aesthetics than I ever dreamed possible. I'm thrilled that he's joined Substack and can bring his work to a new audience of "people who get it".
Punit's poetry is just wonderful. He's made it so easy and rewarding to add more poetry to my daily life. I always look forward to his latest poems. He's placing modern poetry into the hands of people who may not have otherwise been exposed to it. I can't recommend his work enough. Thanks Punit!
Product Lessons has been such a great career resource for me. Even if you don't work in the "product" world, you'll get plenty of usable knowledge that translates to your career. The stories make it as entertaining as it is educational!
Joe has a knack for insightful sports humor that appeals to both hardcore fans as well as the casual observer. His essay on John Elway in particular had me cracking up while appreciating the absurd emotions that come along with being a sports fan.
The Micromobility Newsletter has become required reading for me each week. There is no better resource for anyone who is looking to learn the latest developments in the world of electric vehicles and modern transportation. Whether you're interested in new consumer products like e-bikes or scooters or coverage of sustainable policy from around the globe, The Micromobility Newsletter has you covered!
In my mind, AHP has become one of the breakout success stories for Substack. I'm not sure there is another Substack author whom I see cited so frequently. She's managed to make her writing relatable to such a large audience while still feeling extremely intimate.