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Emails! There Are A Lot of Them.

On Friday, I received 41 emails in my personal inbox: three from Amazon (two before 4 a.m.), one each from Edible Arrangements and Fandango, and several emails with subject lines like “He noticed you!” despite having deactivated my account months ago. It takes a lot to catch my attention, and even though I love fruit baskets and ordering movie tickets in advance, I don’t have any reason not to bulk-delete with the click of a button.

So, thank you for opening this one! We’ve spent much of this year rethinking and retooling the daily Racked newsletter, and reflecting on how to thoughtfully communicate with our audience. Starting now, we’re streamlining to just two newsletters each week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, each 100 percent focused on shopping.

As always, we aim to recommend the best of the best stuff — to cut through the noise and let you know what’s really worth buying. That means everything from answering the shopping and style questions our editors are asked on a daily basis to investigating who makes the best smartphone-friendly winter gloves to finding out what the deal is with that new beauty brand gathering buzz on Instagram. (You can still read essays, industry news, and features on the site every day; those aren’t going anywhere.)

Please continue to tweet at us, join our Facebook lounge, respond to this email, or email me directly to tell me what you want to see here. But before you do that, make sure you opt in to our new format by clicking this link here. See you Tuesday! Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director

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