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Announcing The Information Courses

I’m delighted to announce the launch of a new product: The Information Courses

Courses provide an opportunity to digest our articles, data points, conference calls, org charts, and more on a specific topic over a defined period of time. 

We’ll be getting you up to speed on themes like the ridesharing wars, the history and future of Snap, crypto and more. 

Our first course, Micromobility 101, is a 15-day guided primer on dockless e-scooters, bikes, and other micromobility transportation services that are sucking up venture capital globally right now. 

You can sign up for the course here

Our courses are free—all you need to do is enter your email address and you'll receive one story a day directly in your inbox for the duration of the course. 

Please feel free to forward this course to anyone who may be interested.

Thank you, as always for following our work,

Jessica E. Lessin

Founder, Editor-in-Chief

The Information

Jessica Lessin founded The Information in 2013 after reporting on Silicon Valley for eight years for the Wall Street Journal. She regularly writes about all things tech, media and the wild ride both industries are in for. She can be found on Twitter at @jessicalessin.

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