By on August 7, 2013

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Have you noticed that lately we’ve added a little box at the end of most stories asking you to sign up for the “TTAC E-Newsletter”? Sure you have. You’re observant like that. But why would you possibly want to do such a thing?

It’s simple, really. Once a week or so, we’re going to send a wrap-up of the week’s best stuff to you. That way, if you’ve been busy, distracted, incarcerated, whatever, you won’t miss the topics and articles that stirred the most discussion and interest. If you decide you don’t want it, we’ll take you back off the list.

Some of the newsletters — as many as we can manage — will also have some “behind-the-scenes” stuff. Why didn’t we get Car X to review? What did So-and-So say to us when we exposed their political/textual/on-track maneuvering? That sort of thing.

As of yet, we haven’t actually sent any E-newsletters. We’re still working on the format. But if you want to be first in line, now’s the time to do it. And yeah, we’ll probably give something away to our newsletter readers. Don’t worry, it won’t be a new Aventador or anything like that. Maybe a new Aventador brochure. Assuming we can’t sell said brochure on eBay. What are you waiting for? Sign up already!

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