As we near the six-month mark of The Present Age’s existence, I wanted to take a moment to thank each and every one of you for subscribing. It’s a work in progress, but I’m feeling happy with the direction things have been heading.
And while this is my newsletter, it’s also yours.
Six months is nothing. Whether you’ve been here since June or since just this week, you’re here early, and I sincerely appreciate it.
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With Thanksgiving just around the corner (my wife and I are hosting for the first time ever, and while it’s just my parents coming over, it’s still kind of an exciting “ah, this is adulthood!” kind of moment), I’m going to spare everyone emails on Thursday or Friday next week, and instead publish Monday, Tuesday, and then the podcast/transcript of the second half of my discussion with Matthew Sheffield on Wednesday. I’ll be back to the regular posting schedule the following week.