What's your favorite free newsletter?

The Web can provide plenty of free information, but it's often difficult to weed through all of the advertising and junk offerings. Three members have weighed in with their favorite free newsletters. Now it's your turn.

When our IT Consultant community shared theirideas for keeping skills current, one of the most cited tactics was reading industry news. One member said he spends between $500 and $1,000 annually on technical newsletters and books to stay up to date, but if you know where to find it, you can enjoy a feast of free tech news and information on the Web.

To help you save both time and money, we want to create a download of the best free newsletters for IT consultants. Send us your favorites and help us compile a list to share with the whole TechRepublic community.

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TechRepublic member Ben Beaden recently e-mailed us to say he enjoys Nybble, "a potpourri oftech news, quotes, clean jokes, opinions, reviews, etc." Susan Almon wrote to recommend Between the Lines, a weekly "perspectives and opinions" newsletter written by InformationWeek columnists and editors. Jack Tompkins said he reads the SAP UK e-Business Update regularly to keep up with the company's offerings in enterprise information portals and business intelligence products.

We know that TechRepublic members are the best sources of information about where to find the latest technology and related industry news. Share the wealth of your knowledge with your peers by helping us compile a list of the best free tech resources.

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What free publications offer information that helps you keep up with the rapid pace of IT? What newsletter provides the best tips, tricks, and shortcuts or news, analyses, and opinions? Send us your nominations or post your opinions below.


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