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Why this newsletter took an unexpected break, plus links of possible interest

Why this newsletter took an unexpected break, plus links of possible interest
By Mathew Ingram • Issue #29 • View online
If you follow this newsletter at all, you may have noticed that there hasn’t been a new issue for a while. That’s because my mother, Linda Miles Ingram, passed away on June 28th, after suffering a massive brain hemorrhage, and I took some time to be by her bedside, and then to deal with the inevitable aftermath of her death.
I know many of you have probably lost a parent, so you know how much it affects you, and in many ways alters your view of the world, and I confess I am still struggling with that, and likely will for some time. If you’d like to read about my mother, I wrote something here. Please be kind to yourselves!

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I write about digital media for the Columbia Journalism Review. I'm an expert in stucco, a veteran in love and an outlaw in Peru

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