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Next up in our “Newsletters I Like” parade:  Asia Tech News Review.

As Asia Editor of The Next Web, I’ve found that Jon Russell is usually ahead of most of the tech press in anticipating new trends.

Why? Bangkok-based and with a beat that encompasses more than half the world’s population (all of whom seem to be getting online at the same time), Jon is working right in the middle of one of the most vital and, crucially, demographically-young markets for new technology. Put another way: While you were still scratching your head and wondering “Wait… When did all the smartphones get so big? And why does every app I own send “stickers” now?”, he had already figured out how the needs of people in Asia would be driving product development everywhere.

Asia Tech News Review provides “an overview of news and must-read editorial from China, India, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia” every Sunday night in the USA (or Monday morning if you’re living in Asia like me).

His newsletter is, as he puts it, a labor of love. It shows. If you want to know where technology is headed, I think you should be reading it regularly.

(Noodles provided courtesy of Jon Russell)

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I’m always looking out for good email newsletters, so I thought it might be fun to do a quick series where I share some of the ones that I subscribe to and enjoy.

First up: Well-Tempered!

“Well-Tempered” is a new effort from tech writer and all-around busy person, Jean MacDonald. Jean, who you may know as @macgenie on Twitter or from her work with App Camp For Girls, puts together 4 or 5 of her top links and stories for the week. There are only a couple of issues out at this point but, so far, the subject matter has been representative of all the things Jean knows and loves: technology, culture, gender, marketing, and (naturally) rock ‘n’ roll.

I like it already – and I’m looking forward to seeing how it develops in the weeks ahead!

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