You thought I was joking when I said this was an intermittent newsletter...
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The Intermittent Newsletter
by Jason Rodriguez

Happy Pride Month! Here's what I've been up to and interested in lately…

What every developer needs to know about HTML email

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Over on the LogRocket blog, I wrote about the technical bits that every web developer needs to understand about the world's most powerful digital marketing channel. I dig into authentication, message structure, and even some of the HTML and CSS that powers campaigns. Read it here.

Things of Interest

It's Pride Month! Even if you don't identify as an LGBTQ+ person, it's still worth celebrating. Teen Vogue has some great tips for being a good ally (especially that last one). And—even though I mentioned it last time— them.us is an amazing publication helping to educate everyone about the LGBTQ+ community.

This was really interesting: Zetland—a Danish news outlet—found that their subscribers love audio content. Reporters have been recording audio versions of their stories, complete with personal notes about what the story means to them. Zetland members have been eating it up.

Finally, an article about making The Wallstreet Journal more accessible from Matthew Ström. A great look into a large undertaking.

In the end, people can only define you if you let them. In the end, it’s up to each of us to define ourselves. It’s up to each of us to invent our own future with the choices we make and the actions we take.
- Michelle Obama

What's on your mind?

Strong reactions to any of the above? Want to chat about the web, email, or anything else? Email me and let me know. I promise I'll reply as soon as I can.