Rich Stroffolino

This is the memorial that TinyLetter deserved. I never used the service as a writer. Arguably I joined it just off-peak in 2017 to do a newsletter of family photos. But I deeply appreciated it’s dead simple interface, purpose, and lack of any kind of upselling. It’s incredibly rare to find a fully functional online platform that doesn’t try to sell you something. TinyLetter didn’t just deemphasize any commerce considerations, it lacked them completely. There was no mechanism to buy a service through it. Of course, this it certain to be on Intuit’s chopping block eventually.