The Best of NEWSLETTERS on the Internet


Excellent daily tips, advice and downloads for all flavors of Windows from Chris Pirillo.


A wonderful newsletter for Mac afficionados, published since 1990 by noted author Adam Engst.

This is True

Summarizes recent bizarre-but-TRUE news stories from the world's "legitimate" press. Each story is punctuated by Randy's Cassingham's outrageous and ironic comments.

The True Stella Awards

Incredible but true lawsuits that will make you scratch your head, laugh out loud ...or stomp your feet in anger!

Top Five

A humorous email publication, in the same vein as the famous David Letterman Top 10 lists. Top Five is written by various "cubicle comics" across the Internet and edited by Chris White. Contributors send their own original witticisms on a specific topic, and Chris picks the best of the crop for each "Top Five" list. Always funny, but sometimes a bit on the bawdy side.

Newsletters in the News

The definitive guide to personal newsletters - 28 Jun 2017 at 11:12am
Most of the newsletters we receive are rather annoying. That?s because they are not really newsletters, but promotions. They are not intended for reading, but to grab our attention and make us click to see some sort of a deal or announcement. The ...

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