Important Site News: Tech Narratives Will No Longer be Updated (Oct 16, 2017)

I’m sorry to announce that I’ll no longer be updating Tech Narratives, starting today. It’s been a great experience to work on this project for the past few months, but unfortunately the level of paid subscribers simply hasn’t risen quickly enough to the level where it needs to be in order to justify the continued time and effort required to keep the site going.

As a practical matter, I’ll be automatically refunding payments for anyone who was billed in the last two weeks. If you were last billed before that, but would like a full refund of last month’s payment, please just let me know and I’ll be happy to process it. I would hope that at least some of you would feel you’d received enough value since then to merit the price, but if not I’m happy to return your payment. The site will stay up and all the content will continue to be available, at least for the time being.

I’ve written about this change and why I’m making it in more detail here, and there’s also more information there about my other work, how you can continue to receive my analysis in other forms, and so on. Thanks again for your support over the last few months.

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