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A Mid-Month Update from Nathan 👨🏻‍💻

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A Mid-Month Update from Nathan 👨🏻‍💻
By Nathan Thomas • Issue #12 • View online

Hey everyone.
I’m writing you in the middle of this month as things have shifted drastically at Twitter in the last two weeks. Given that the team there is rapidly shutting down existing services, I’m not confident that Revue, the Twitter-owned service I’ve been broadcasting these emails from, will be powered on by the time my next few monthly newsletters go live.
Just in case that happens, I’ve already taken steps to switch this newsletter over to another (more independent) service like Substack. I have also already exported your email in a spreadsheet (held in a secure location) in case Revue suddenly goes dark.
However, I’ll be sticking rigidly to my original newsletter promises:
  1. You will not get spam from me
  2. Your email will never be given away to someone else
  3. If you subscribe, you can message me any time to talk through topics from it
Today (and in light of what’s going on at Twitter), I want to give a fourth promise - If you want to unsubscribe and not have your subscription to my newsletter carry over to a new service, I’ll understand. You can do that by using the link at the bottom of this email and I will personally remove your email from the carry-over spreadsheet.
All of that being said, I am really, really happy that you’re subscribed and that many of you talk to me in the wild about games, learning resources, music, and other things you’ve read here.
Anyways, that’s all for this unusual mid-month update. I hope you’re having a good one.
Talk soon!
Nathan ☕️
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