Give Your Eyes a Break! Introducing Paper Edition

Nimrod Kramer
Give Your Eyes a Break! Introducing Paper Edition


We're launching Paper Edition, a printed version of our feed for developers who need a break from screens. It contains all the latest content, news, and exclusive articles, delivered to your doorstep every day.

EDIT: Happy April's Fools day!

We at are always looking for ways to improve the experience for developers. That's why we're excited to announce the launch of our latest product: Paper Edition!

In response to the increasing cases of burnout among developers who spend long hours in front of screens, we have decided to create a printed version of our feed. This way, developers can take a break from their screens and read all the latest content, news, and articles in a format that's easy on their eyes. Paper Edition will be delivered to your doorstep every week, containing all the content from our website, as well as exclusive articles and interviews with top developers in the industry. We've worked hard to make sure that the paper edition is just as informative and engaging as our website.

We understand that this might seem like a departure from our usual online-focused platform, but we believe that it's important to cater to the needs of all developers. We want to make sure that everyone can access the information they need in a way that works for them.

Of course, we'll still be providing our online feed as usual, but for those who want to give their eyes a break, Paper Edition is the perfect solution.

Supporting a Healthy, Sustainable Approach to Development

A developer reading the paper version of

As much as we're excited about Paper Edition, we also recognize the importance of raising awareness for burnout in the tech industry. Burnout is a serious issue that can affect anyone, and it's crucial that we take steps to prevent it. That's why we'll be continuing to provide resources and articles on our platform to help developers avoid burnout and maintain their mental health. We encourage us all to take care of themselves and each other, and we hope that can play a small part in promoting a healthier, more sustainable approach to development.


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