Dispatched via the only universal medium of communication we have (email) in the most open format (HTML), my small act of resistance to continued consolidation and confinement in closed platforms. Sent infrequently.
Nanoglyph is an (aspirationally) weekly newsletter about software, with a focus on simplicity and sustainability. It usually consists of a few links with editorial.
It's experimental and not widely distributed. The format is still very much malleable – consider subscribing and hitting reply to let me know what you think about it so that I'll know what to do.
See a sample edition of Nanoglyph.
I wrote a newsletter called Passages & Glass, but it's been defunct for many years now, so I've removed the sign up form. You can read the archive here.