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Although I'm mostly interested in programming I like to read very good questions and answers from other areas as well.

A network-wide newsletter could contain:

  • top questions from the stackexchange.com "hot questions" feed (I'm currently following that one in Google Reader, but it's hard work)
  • announcement of new sites from Area 51 (at the moment, I have to remember checking regularly)
  • network-wide announcements (basically blog.stackoverflow.com)
  • content from the new site blogs
  • more interesting things I didn't think of

What I would like best is to be able to customize my newsletter (e.g. "I want to read all hot questions from Unix, but only the very hot questions from Cooking"), but I realize that would probably be too much work and possibly cause confusion.

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