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    The Morning Insurrection after

    The Morning Insurrection after

    How do you feel about yourself today?

    Don’t worry, I’m not going to do this every day.

    But believe it or not, there are people how don’t visit us daily, so they may not have heard of the new newsletter, Morning Insurrection.

    SIGN UP AT THIS LINK

    Our first day was yesterday.

    For those of you who received the newsletter yesterday, how do you feel about yourself today?

    There were a very few glitches the first day, with some subscribers getting delayed delivery, particularly to Yahoo email accounts. Let me know if you have problems, here.

    Also, we’re scheduling the email for 9 a.m. Eastern — which seems to us to be a pretty convenient time. Let us know (in the comments) how you feel about that.

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    9 a.m. sounds perfect unless you use Yahoo. It’s now after 10 a.m. and I’m still waiting. 🙁


     
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    janitor | July 29, 2014 at 10:12 am

    Received on the dot yesterday and today. It’s an excellent way to quickly share the headlines with others via email.

    FYI, however, not fond of the google feed proxy tracking information in the newsletter, so that will be eliminated by swiping and copying the text without links, rather than forwarding the newsletter, and providing your home URL so that interested recipients can just go to the website to read the articles without disclosing where they came from.


     
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    Doug Wright Old Grouchy | July 29, 2014 at 12:00 pm

    It’s excellent, almost as good as my morning cup of Java; well, almost!


     
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    AZ_Langer | July 29, 2014 at 2:44 pm

    I’m still happy this morning. At a time when I’ve cut back on the Internet and newsletters, this is my single new subscription. Thank you, Professor.

    I’m looking forward to reading your op-ed when it’s published, and Mandy Nagy’s quick hit evoked memories from the ’50s.

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