Monday Rundown — 4 October 2021
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It’s been an interesting Monday. Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram have been down for what seems like the whole day. Verizon, AT&T have reported outages. Tom Brady beats the Patriots in New England. The Jets and Giants won. On the same day.
I want to get Monday’s going with quick hits and headlines for you to start your week with.
It will be a lot of tweets, articles, videos, podcasts and whatever I find over the weekend.
Let me know what you think of this type of letter, simply by replying to this email.
Don’t forget to come chat with me on Twitter @vincenzolandino
I’ll talk to you later this week,
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