Content and the Future of the Net
We have two choices for the future.
The first one is giving away everything for free.
The second one is charging a small minimal price for outstanding content that can’t be found anywhere else on the Net.
Now, we can fight about what’s original, what’s important, and what’s worth reading.
But can we really fight about things like unique, one-of-a-kind, or eccentric?
These are the things, when measured against the stick of Contrast, that seem to hold their weight under scrutiny.
Does that make them eternal?
Does that make them more important?
Does that make them worth retaining?
For now, we must allow time to run its course and sit back and wait.
How about you?