The Lifehacker Staffs Favorite Email Newsletters in 2019

Photo: Shutterstock Email newsletters keep blowing up, so we’re following up on Lifehacker’s 2017 personnel recs with a brand-new batch of our favorite newsletters. Here’s what kept us notified and captivated in 2019. Micaela Heck, Podcast Producer

5 AM Ramen. On a month-to-month basis, and to a number of his former guests, he sends out a newsletter with the latest ramen shops he’s visited in Japan.( He informed me he ‘d had at least a couple of thousand bowls of ramen in his lifetime.)If you might be visiting Japan in the near future, sign up. If you wish to discover the finest places to eat in Tokyo, sign up. Or if you simply truly like taking a look at images of ramen(and possibly salivating at the same time), well , it’s perfect for that. Alice Bradley, Deputy Editor I deeply take pleasure in< a class =" sc-145m8ut-0 iwOlBA js_link

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Nick Douglas, Staff Writer

Recomendo is a popular one at Lifehacker, and you’ll observe them turn up in our posts once in a while. A group of old-school bloggers share tools, hacks, and reading recs in just one or two paragraphs per product. Ten Th ings, by Luke Leighfield. Weekly, ten things this intriguing human found interesting. I like him! I like the important things he picks! A culture roundup of stuff you’ve become aware of and stuff you have not. It’s excellent if you like lists of stuff to have a look at, which I do.

Abu Zafar, Video Producer

If you have a podcast or work in the radio industry, subscribing to Brass Ring Daily, by Kara Cutruzzula (full disclosure, a previous colleague). She covers a pretty broad variety of things in the world of performance, innovative work, intriguing task listings, and what you might call”mind hacks.”It’s a positive, quick, non-news associated read every morning, normally filled with excellent links, as well.

‘s newsletter is extremely enjoyable. I don’t subscribe to a lot of newsletters, however I do make one exception. A couple of months earlier, some of the Lifehacker team went to Tokyo as part of our Hack the World series. On a monthly basis, and to many of his former guests, he sends out a newsletter with the latest ramen shops he’s gone to in Japan., a routine newsletter of advised individual financing articles.