I have some great stuff coming to Finer Things in Tech, and this is a small first step. Over the years, a growing number of readers have asked for a way to get Finer Tech posts by email. Today, I am happy to check this off the to-do list.
The initial batch of Finer Things in Tech Newsletters are available below. They collect the week’s posts for their respective category and deliver their headlines and excerpts to your inbox every Friday morning. Note that the Weekly Report newsletter is the equivalent of The Firehose feed from the Follow page of social and RSS links—every post across the whole site.

Feel free to sign up for one or all lists and let me know what you think in the comments or directly. I’d love to hear your thoughts on everything, including the best time you’d like these in your inbox and whether you want more granular options for sub-category topics like iOS 7, iPad apps, or productivity. I am also considering other options like daily and immediate newsletters, as well as full-text-and-photo options for a small membership fee. Told you some great stuff is coming. 😉

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