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It’s healthy to read articles from sources who have different viewpoints than our own. People tend to be friends on social media with those who share their background and values. Because of that, our news feeds are full of news articles from sources that are biased towards our own opinions.

Who?

Just a group who thinks that if you’re only getting news from one side, it’s hard to see the full picture.

We’ll try to stay as unbiased, nonpartisan, and open-minded as possible while choosing articles to send out. That said, we’ll also always try to only provide credible sources who backup their findings. If you don’t think we’re doing that, call us out on it at contact@articles.fyi.

What?

One daily article in your email on world events, math, politics, art, economics, sports, finance, or society in general. Maybe even an article over the course of the year about celebrity gossip (Hey, if it’s healthy to know what kinds of information others are consuming, then we’re all in).

Why?

Sometimes it’s hard to comprehend why others don’t share our opinions. Maybe that’s because we don’t always listen to their full argument.

When?

Everyday.

How?

Sign up to join our list, check your email to confirm, and you’re done.

One article will be sent each morning, perfect for your bus ride to work, second coffee break, 8am lecture, or your wait time in the car at your daughter’s soccer practice.

Sign up to have ONE daily article sent to your email. We’ll send articles on topics you might not have looked into otherwise, from sources you might not typically turn to, and from perspectives that might not align with your own. It’s educational to read things you disagree with. After, you might have a stronger belief in your own view, you might send us an angry email, or you might have more empathy towards people on the side opposed to you.

It’s healthy to read articles from sources who have different viewpoints than our own. People tend to be friends on social media with those who share their background and values. Because of that, our news feeds are full of news articles from sources that are biased towards our own opinions.

Sign up to have ONE daily article sent to your email. We’ll send articles on topics you might not have looked into otherwise, from sources you might not typically turn to, and from perspectives that might not align with your own. It’s educational to read things you disagree with. After, you might have a stronger belief in your own view, you might send us an angry email, or you might have more empathy towards people on the side opposed to you.

Who?

Just a group who thinks that if you’re only getting news from one side, it’s hard to see the full picture.

We’ll try to stay as unbiased, nonpartisan, and open-minded as possible while choosing articles to send out. That said, we’ll also always try to only provide credible sources who backup their findings. If you don’t think we’re doing that, call us out on it at contact@articles.fyi.

What?

One daily article in your email on world events, math, politics, art, economics, sports, finance, or society in general. Maybe even an article over the course of the year about celebrity gossip (Hey, if it’s healthy to know what kinds of information others are consuming, then we’re all in).

Why?

Sometimes it’s hard to comprehend why others don’t share our opinions. Maybe that’s because we don’t always listen to their full argument.

When?

Everyday.

How?

Sign up to join our list, check your email to confirm, and you’re done.

One article will be sent each morning, perfect for your bus ride to work, second coffee break, 8am lecture, or your wait time in the car at your daughter’s soccer practice.

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