STH Weekly Newsletter You Want to Subscribe in Q4 2022

Subscribe To STH Newsletter 2022 10 22 Edition
Subscribe To STH Newsletter 2022 10 22 Edition

Every Saturday, the best of STH is delivered directly to our subscriber’s inboxes. This weekly newsletter is something I do personally every week even when traveling. So far this year the majority of these have actually been done on the road. The goal of the newsletter that we started a few years ago was to update our readers with some highlights for the week. Not everyone has time to read STH every day. The newsletter is a way to quickly stay updated with what is happening (and what will happen soon.)

What is in the STH Newsletter and how are features chosen?

You can check out a recent edition here for a flavor. The STH Newsletter has settled on a format that has three basic sections:

  1. Recap of the week
  2. Top five stories of the week
  3. A preview of the STH content plan for the next week

Each week I reflect upon what we covered that I felt had the biggest industry impact or the key theme(s) of coverage for STH that week.

Then there are the top five stories over the past seven days in the STH Newsletter. Over time, this section turned into my top 5 picks from the week. Usually, I try to highlight reviews and then also a few pieces of other content that I personally liked best.

We constantly have companies trying to advertise to the thousands of readers signed up for our newsletter, but I want this to be something that is just based on the STH team’s input from week to week.

Finally, I like to add a little preview of what is coming on STH the following week. Sometimes we cannot hint at embargoed news. Usually, at the end of the newsletter, I try to add a few hints about big industry events and upcoming content on STH.

The end goal is to provide a perspective for STH readers on topics that if they are away on vacation or for some other reason, they can quickly get caught up.

Subscribe to the STH Newsletter

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Final Words

I hope this is a useful way to keep current on STH even if you do not have time to drop by every day.

We are not promoting the newsletter via overlays and pop-ups. Those are very effective, but they have a negative impact on the reader experience. I do not like them, so as long as I have a say, we are not going to have newsletter signup overlays. I run STH as something I would want to visit daily even if I did not work on it. Likewise, the STH Weekly Newsletter is designed to be something I would want to receive. It is a simple formula that all too often is disregarded in the tech website space.


  1. I find the STH Newsletter very helpful…Scroll through to see if I missed anything during the week.

    …Once upon a time, the server hardware world was exciting. Moore’s Law was on a hockey stick ramp, lots of fabs were at or near the smallest nm, etc. Server hardware is starting to get exciting again (more than yet another PCI3 based server with a pair of SATA SSDs)…STH has one of the cleanest and most informative writing styles of any tech leaning web site I have found. Well worth your time if you work in the server space, or are just a computer hardware junkie.

    My background: I learned to program in high school in 1974. I retired at 0x40 from being a shepard to several thousand Xeon and EPYC based servers…I’ve seen a lot over the years.


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