I find weekly newsletters a convenient way for digesting information. It works as follows: someone knowledgeable prepares a curated list of links on a particular topic: articles, blog posts, news, pull requests, etc. and sends it weekly by e-mail to all subscribers. Then you can save time by skimming through the best links on, say, Friday instead of reading them one by one throughout the week.
Hacker Newsletter - "Best articles on startups, technology, programming, and more. All links are curated by hand from Hacker News". If you choose the only one of those I recommend this newsletter, it's simply the best.
Better Dev Link - "Weekly links to help you become a better developer"
This Week in Rust - "Handpicked Rust updates, delivered to your inbox"
Haskell Weekly - "Each issue features several hand-picked links to interesting content about Haskell from around the web."
Julia Evans blog weekly digest - great technical blog covering many topics in a simple to understand manner, I would call it project-oriented.
https://github.com/zudochkin/awesome-newsletters - for further inspiration, see this large collection of newsletters from "Awesome" network