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Thanks so much for being with us during the first few months of Inc. This Morning. We'll be taking a week or so off for Christmas and New Year's, and we'll resume this daily email on January 2, 2019.
Winston Churchill once said: "This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning."
Granted the context was a bit more serious, but it sums up where we are with this email. (You're reading the "view as a webpage" version; hope that's obvious. To sign up, go here.)
We've tried a few different formats and ideas, and many readers have let me know what they think works best. If you've got suggestions or feedback, hit me up at billmurphyjr [at] inc dot com.
At year's end, I'd also like to publicly thank two of my colleagues for all their hard work behind the scenes every day: Inc. assistant editor Cameron Albert-Deitch and managing editor Lindsay Blakely.
With that, we'll go dark (literally, since today is the winter solstice). Have a wonderful end of 2018 and best wishes for a happy new year.
Here's what else I'm reading today:
- Here's the hottest gift for 2018. (Guadalupe Gonzalez, Inc.)
- My friends, we are in the wrong business. (Angelica LaVito, CNBC)
- If you can't beat telemarketers, at least you can make their lives hell. (James R. Hagerty, The Wall Street Journal)
- And for the update after that, Tesla will ask drivers if they just heard a duck. (Kirsten Korosec, TechCrunch)
- Also, they put the em-PHAS-is on the wrong syll-AB-le. (Ephrat Livni, Quartz)
- "Alexa, send this recording to a bunch of people I don't know." (Saqib Shah, Engaget)
- What actress Elia Dushku says really happened to her on the set of Bull. (Eliza Dusku, The Boston Globe)
- Turns out, there might be a government shutdown after all. (Erica Werner, Damian Paletta, and Mike DeBonis, The Washington Post)
- Move over, Coca-Cola and Home Depot--Atlanta now has a thriving startup scene. --(Cameron Albert-Deitch, Inc.)