I love the smell of content in the morning.
Fresh, handcrafted, thoughtfully curated, intriguing, inviting, informative and eye-opening.
I could give coffee the credit for being the best part of waking up but in all honesty, I’ve got to give credit where credit is due: I love nothing more than opening my laptop and finding a Google Reader full of unread items, a Reddit homepage with a sea of unclicked links, and a Twitter feed full of early risers rushing to share with me the cool stuff they’ve found online already that morning.
I know, it’s a serious problem. But for a lot of us, this is thew new fact of life: we’re content junkies in a world that is increasingly feeding our habit.Though lately I’ve noticed a glut of stuff that just isn’t giving me the fix I’m going for. It looks like content. It quacks like content. But something’s not quite right. It seems so thin.
So regurgitated. So uninspired. It feels like a copy of a copy of a copy.
And then my content buzz is gone. [Read more...]