In short, we’re generating exponentially more content each minute than we could consume in one day. And it is getting easier to create content more quickly, but no easier to consume it more quickly. The space between what we create and what we can consume is what accounts for what many call content shock.
The big bad digital knot, I call it.
I’ve been thinking about approaches towards untangling it for months.
Leaning out, scaling back, rewiring content trafficking.
Thanks for this write up. May I reference your points to complete mine in a post Mike Sturm? So as not to repeat the same sentiment with different packaging.