What do you send in your personal newsletter?

I've had a personal email newsletter for a while but I've always failed to consistently send out stuff to it. I'm curious what folks send out to their own personal newsletter and how they engage with their audience?

If you don't have a personal email newsletter, are there any personal email newsletters you've signed up for and what keeps you signed on?

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I'm subscribed to a few. Things that usually keep me hooked:

  • humor and interesting tone
  • relevancy and hot-off-the-keyboard content in the expected genre
  • a modicum of off-topic, super interesting content to keep things fresh
  • pictures! :D

Thanks Vicky for your feedback! Care to give a shout-out to any that fit within the things you've listed above? Would love to follow and see for myself.

Classic DEV Post from May 29

Who's looking for open source contributors? (May 29 edition)

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