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  1. @numericcitizen the only one I have setup takes the most recent tweets from the members of a private list (up to 200 total tweets) and emails me the tweets at 7:30 AM.

    I haven’t received the email yet, but I’m very hopeful that this will replace the vast majority of my usage — instead of launching Tweetbot a dozen times each day.

  2. @w4rner Mailbrew is really neat and it seems like the best way to funnel tweets into an open system that I already use. But I agree $8 a month is a bit steep just for that. I’m going to let the trial play out and see if it’s something I want to keep.

  3. @mdrockwell When you say “open system”, I assume you mean your existing RSS reader setup, or just email. Anyhow, please let me know what you decide in 14 days or if you find any alternatives! I’ll most likely take your lead.

  4. @mdrockwell Neat have RSS’d to tech weblog in case there. Curious about your use of Auttomatic & SimpleNote “ads?” there? I’m a big proponent of indie web monetisation (like the Five Colors guys do RSS post ads).

  5. @w4rner they’re not really ads. I was part of Carbon Ads prior to joining Automattic and decided to drop them so I could take advantage of some of the employee discounts on Jetpack. But I didn’t like what my site looked like without the ads (I did the design with those in mind). So I rolled my own that point to Automattic’s brands as a way to promote them.

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