⚡ Reboot Needs Your Help

Thank you + our plans for 2021

As the year wraps up, I’m really proud of what the Reboot team has accomplished in a few short months. We’ve hosted thirteen author events, published four reviews, edited/featured four guest essays, and hosted two writing workshops.

In many ways, Reboot has been my rock for 2020—one of my only through-lines since the pandemic started in March. It’s been a way to get and stay connected with some wonderful people, to keep learning and reading and writing, and to feel optimistic that the next generation of thinkers and technologists is ready to build a better world. I hope that you’ve gotten something out of this project too.

In 2021, we want to keep doing what we’re doing, but better and more: host two events a month, publish great original writing, and expand the community. We plan to improve current event and newsletter offerings while building new programs to deepen intra-community engagement (more on that soon). Here’s two places I’d really appreciate your help:

💭 one minute to share your feedback

Anyone who writes a newsletter knows that it's tough to know what resonates with readers and what doesn't. I’d love to hear from you about what kind of content you want to see more and less of from Reboot’s newsletter.

Please take one minute to fill out this three question form so we can improve :)

I'd be so, so grateful for any feedback—I’ll be reading every word.

👯‍♀️ we’re seeking a growth/community lead

Our editorial and contributor team is killer. As we’ve found our rhythm for writing and hosting events, I want to invest more in expanding and enriching the Reboot community. That means forging partnerships, growing our audience, and pioneering new events/programs to connect like-minded people.

I’m looking for someone who’s passionate about tech, media, and communities to join our core team and build these processes from the ground up. This is an unpaid, remote 5-8 hour/week commitment through June 2021.

If you’re interested or know someone who might be, you can find application info here.

Thanks so much for your help and your readership. Here’s to 2021!

—Jasmine