Encouraging you to follow your curiosity since 2015.

The Intersection is a weekly newsletter thoughtfully crafted by cultural researcher, Anuli Akanegbu. It focuses on the moments in life where culture, communications, and commerce collide.

This newsletter is the editorial version of listening to a classically trained violinist play “Back That Ass Up.” It’s for people who watch the inflation rate and watch Internet memes. It’s for people who milly rock and rock the vote. This newsletter is for people who contain multitudes. It’s for people who are equal parts smart and smart-ass. If this sounds like you then keep reading. If it doesn’t then I still encourage you to follow your curiosity and keep reading.

Inside each newsletter:

  • On My Mind: Usually a long-form exploration of a single subject. I write about subjects that I’ve been reading and thinking about that may address the following in some way: content creation, digital labor, media ownership, commodification, social media, journalism, and advertising.

  • Worth A Look: A curated link list of items I’ve read and appreciated that I think you’ll dig. This content goes beyond the subjects covered in the “On My Mind” section. This is a free-for-all because I am a person that contains multitudes and sometimes I just want to share a good soup recipe or an article about the latest scam scandal.

  • Because I Care: A curated link list of jobs, events, and opportunities curated by me for you. I want to see you all shine!

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