Box of Amazing

A weekly digest covering emerging technology, trends and extraordinary articles, hand picked to broaden your mind and challenge your thinking.

It's a 3-minute read that features 3 hours worth of information if you choose to dive deeper.


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Box of Amazing is a free newsletter that I send out every Sunday. I curate a few themes to help provide clarity around this future world that we are fast moving towards and give you a list of my recommendations of what to read.

With Box of Amazing you'll get everything from robotics to artificial intelligence, drones to Amazon Echo, autonomous electric vehicles to cryptocurrency, DNA privacy to augmented reality, real cyborgs to 3D printed blood and anything in between. There's also coverage of some of the interesting companies that dominate or will soon dominate our lives from Amazon to Tencent, Uber to Improbable, Softbank to Tesla. In addition to the tech you'll also get opinion and analysis around adjacent transformative areas such as clean energy, hypertravel, genomics and online education.

It's free to sign up. The email goes out at every Sunday and will take you about 3 minutes to read (or 3 hours if you want to deep dive into the week's recommended links). You'll be in good company - Box of Amazing has subscribers from all the big tech players, consultancies, government and from all corners of the globe from Silicon Valley to Shanghai and comprises press, investors, futurists, "unicorners" as well as normal people like you and me.

Did I say that it's free?

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