Turn On | Press Play Daily introducing: Entechtainment
New name, the same great content, more things to look forward to in 2022
Hello there, dear subscriber!
It's hard to believe it's already been almost 8 months and more than 140 newsletters since Turn On | Press Play came to be, yet here we all are. While it's cool to see products or services making major changes on anniversaries, like e.g. on their first year of availability, the world of newsletters simply moves too fast for that. November and December - probably the most important months of the year in tech and entertainment - are just around the corner, which means that everyone will be in top form for covering both markets for Thanksgiving, Black Friday and the run-up to Christmas.
How can this newsletter not be a part of that party?
So! Without further ado: the Turn On | Press Play newsletter is now called Entechtainment (yes that is En-tech-tainment), staying true to its promise to cover tech, entertainment and everything in between. It will still be sent out five times every week, it will still be free for everyone and it will be reinstating the "recapping" newsletter of the week with the curated links that took some time off during the last few months. Entechtainment will be, in other words, better than ever during the busiest period of the year, reviewing and commenting on products and services just like its subscribers expect it to.
Come 2022, though, there's a plan in place for expanding the newsletter in various ways. We have a few thoughts about how we could take it to the next level, some obvious, some unusual. But the whole point is doing it in a way that benefits subscribers.
So we need your opinion on the matter. What would you like to see added or what would you like more of? Is commentary your cup of tea or is it more product reviews you'd rather receive? Or other types of content? Would affiliate links for direct shopping of products or services interest you? Would you be interested in getting Entechtainment in podcast form? Or interested in getting different Entechtainment content in written form and podcast form? Got any weird and wonderful ideas we should be looking into?
Reply to this message to let us know!
In the meantime, please feel free to spread the word: let friends, family, colleagues - anyone that might be interested really - know about Entechtainment. There's a subscriber target we've set for ourselves for 2021 and we'd love to hit it before the year is out. There's a "Share" button at the end of this text - now it would be a great time to use it!
The newsletter will return to normal operation on Monday with a new name, a new design and a new Web address. We've linked the newsletters of this week down below for your convenience, as well as the most-read ones of October so far in case you didn't have the time to read some of them.
Have a great weekend!
Entechtainment Week: 18/10/2021-24/10/2021
Apple Puts the "Pro" Back in the MacBook Pro Line
The company's new laptops right all the wrongs, challenge all other portable computers in terms of efficient power
FIFA huffs and puffs with the EA situation, but it really can't afford to?
A divorce that seems inevitable does not have to be ugly, has it?
Oh, yes: God of War is coming to PC
Now all we want - nay, need - is Gran Turismo, Sony!
PlayStation Productions makes its first case with Uncharted
The first movie based on a famous PlayStation Studios franchise out in February - and it looks... interesting
Best of Entechtainment: October 2021
Five years of PlayStation VR: free games, some insight
Sony celebrates its virtual reality peripheral, prepares for more exciting things ahead
Why Can't Netflix Make Good Flicks?
The reason is simple but it may not be what you think - and you probably won't like it either
Samsung QD-Display: Can It Upset the TV Status Quo in 2022?
The Koreans are making moves to achieve just that, we may find out sooner rather than later
Upgrade, do not "upgrade" anymore
2021 seems to be the year of hesitant steps forward, we all might as well take a breather
2021: A Missed Opportunity for OLED TVs
No real progress this year for the most cinematic display tech, 2022 might not be different
Of My 3 "Eligible PCs", I Am Upgrading None to Windows 11 on October 5th
It might be tempting, but there are reasons why you might want to think it over