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Inside.com is an email only source of news and information for anyone who likes focused, hand picked news and information delivered to their Inbox. Bucking the current trend of having news and information driven by sites such as Facebook and Twitter, newsletters from Inside.com are a refreshing change.

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Be careful when subscribing. It's possible to make a slip & get flooded with unwanted emails.

Would you please be a little more specific?

When I sign up for a newsletter, I choose the topic, input my email, and am taken to a screen page that says thanks for subscribing, and shows a share/tell a friend box. Under that is a list of available newsletters.
The ones I'm subscribed to have a yellow checkmark under the title.
You can subscribe to any of the listed newsletters, but you have to check a box under the name of the newsletter you want to receive (either email or SMS) and then choose 'Save subscriptions' at the bottom. After that I see a screen that says
Settings saved!
You are now subscribed to the selected lists below.

Is this similar to what you experienced, or did you have a different experience? If it's different I'll be happy to look into it and make any needed corrections.