What even is this?

i18n is a weekly-ish round up of links, GIFs and other HTML of note about global digital media by Scott Lamb. It's been described as "fun," "not terrible" and "actually quite informative" by readers. It even made a (very non-scientific!) list of most-read media newsletters!

You can catch up on my archive of past newsletters here — and all new editions will pop up on my homepage after they’ve been published.

About the name:

i18n is a numeronym, per Wikipedia, "where 18 stands for the number of letters between the first i and the last n in the word 'internationalization.'"

How it works: The magic of email!

That’s right: No pesky app to download, no pop-up laden website to visit. Every piping-hot, brand new edition of the newsletter is delivered, automatically, to the inbox of your choice.

How often?

Expect i18n to pop up in your inbox roughly 1x a week, usually late Sunday night East Coast US time, or around lunchtime on Monday in Sydney.

Who made this?

i18n is put together by Scott Lamb, a writer/editor/executive who currently works at BuzzFeed International, based in New York City.