Celebrating 1500 Subscribers!
With a special gift inside for you and your loved ones...
Hey! This is a short post, the type I seldom write, to share with you the excitement of reaching another arbitrary milestone —since all milestones are arbitrary, right?
Here’s the thing. Mostly Harmless Ideas has almost 1500 subscribers (which is like, whoa! I would have never imagined there were so many people interested in reading my ramblings) Err, where was I? Oh yeah, so, if the past is a good predictor of the future, and I haven’t forgotten how to do a time series forecast, we should be hitting 1500 right before the end of the year, give or take a week. Phew! What a coincidence, right?
To celebrate in advance, I want to throw a huge Substack party and offer this one-in-a-lifetime 40% discount for premium access to the Mostly Harmless newsletter!
If you haven’t seen it yet, Mostly Harmless is my most spicy content. I usually post free, sober, beginner-friendly, evergreen educational material. But this newsletter is entirely the opposite: a bi-weekly technical deep dive into a very relevant topic around AI, where I also offer my unfiltered and often unpopular opinions calling out all the bullshit —but with love, because I’m also kinda an AI bro.
This is also the best way to support my free educational material, which takes up over 80% of my writing time, and I’m not planning on slowing down anytime soon.
So, starting right now and until we hit 1500 subs or the new year, whichever comes first, you can get Mostly Harmless for less than a bad frappuccino a month, plus frequent AMAs, discussion threads, special treatment in chats and comments, and of course my eternal gratitude.
And if you don’t, hey, that’s cool too. I truly love that you’re reading all my other stuff, and I will do my best to keep making it as relevant as possible for you. I would really appreciate it if you would share this newsletter with your loved ones.
PS: I’ll be doing an open AMA for the first post of 2024, so leave me a comment if there’s anything you’d like to ask :)