Our New Newsletter.

Via on May 30, 2010

Our New Newsletter is Coming: courtesy Namaste Interactive.

Every week, we send out an ugly-yet-efficient newsletter highlighting our top 10 best, and most popular, articles/videos/events of the week. It’s proved wildly popular as a sort of digest for those who don’t have time to pay attention to all our posts on facebook or twitter, and just want the best delivered to them.

Of course, it’s easy to be popular when you’re free (click to subscribe).

And, now, or rather very soon, it’ll be much more pretty—all thanks to Chris Roy and the good folks at Namaste Interactive.

Thus far, the newsletter’s masthead features a photo of yoga columnist Kathyrn Budig by Jasper Johal; a photo from one of our ecofashion shoots; the marquee of the Boulder Theater; which has hosted many of our Walk the Talk Shows, including a recent Congressional Debate; some bike and green and food stuff; and a photo of yours truly taken on the eve of our departure from the world of print.

Preview of rough draft:

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2 Responses to “Our New Newsletter.”

  1. via http://www.facebook.com/elephantjournal

    Kathryn Budig
    this looks amazing. . .well done!

  2. Mike Smith says:

    Where's da new newsletter?

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