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By Sam Dickie • Issue #21 • View online
This month 👾 $1M in 8 months | Metaverse Social Experience | The Words Best Copy | Workspace Sneak Peek + loads more…
I’m Sam and welcome to my once-a-month newsletter. Each month I share the latest digital products, fascinating articles and resources from some of the best new and established online creators and makers.
🆕 Personal Updates
I made it out alive from a month of giving up alcohol and as a Scottish guy this is sadly a tough challenge. Personally, I didn’t feel much of an improvement to my health but what I did notice was a huge improvement to my productivity (not being hungover).
In other news, Softr won Product of the Year 2021 by Product Hunt and we announced our Series A funding of $13.5m. We couldn’t be off to a better start to the year 🚀
Lastly, I finally purchased my first NFT after almost a year of sitting on the sidelines. Only thing is, I still have no idea what I have bought until it reveals itself on Saturday.
Right, let’s get to it - time for this months roundup 👇
💎 Top post last month: Mega Notion Website Template Pack ⚡️

📓 Articles
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🔗 Links
My new pup Luna 🌙 🐶
My new pup Luna 🌙 🐶
📱 Products
👾 Friends of Creator Club
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🐽 Other links to consume
🐦 Tweet of the month
This tweet really doesn’t require much of an explanation - that’s why the illustration is so powerful. Michelle Rial has done a fantastic job capturing this important fact.
It’s never too late to start something until ultimately it is.
The best time is now. There isn’t a perfect time. So just get started!
⚡️ Flashback
This month I’m going to leave you with this image from the front cover of ‘The World Of The Future - Future Cities’ book, published back in 1979.
I really enjoy reading past predictions and depictions of the future. These predictions made some 43 years ago aren’t that far off and I pretty sure most of us would struggle to make a similar series of predictions nowadays. Some of my favourites include:
  • Watch with TV ✅
  • Esports ✅
  • Solar Houses ✅
  • Colonies in space ❌
  • Holographic conferences (almost) ❌
You can read some of the book here - or grab an original in print for about $1.5k.
That’s it for this month!
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Until next month,
Sam | @thisdickie 👨‍💻
P.S you can view all my past content in this Notion repo 🗄
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