Content in the City

Various recent events have me pondering. At what point does the amount of digital content we have become a burden? In the age of “more”, when does “a lot”, become “too much”? Why do I have Carrie Bradshaw’s voice in my head? Leaving the exquisite Ms. Parker (or Mrs. Broderick if you prefer) to one side, for I’ll get back to her later, the topic of digital content is a current constant around these parts. Hell even the name of this blog hints at my general leanings in an age where content = information. With the presumption that I’m already informationally overloaded, should I continue to consume and obtain, adding more and more digital content in the vague hope that …

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Self-censoring Take 14

Friends read this site. Colleagues read this site. My family, occasionally, pops in and reads this site. I think I need a new site. Somewhere anonymous, somewhere I can spout forth without having to worry about who’s reading. I can’t talk about three pieces of news at the moment. May never talk about one of them to be honest, in fact I kinda know that, depending on the outcome, I may never talk about two of them. The third will become general knowledge at some point, and it’s really not that big a deal, but it’s news and is happening to me and has prompted thoughts and emotions that I can’t discuss here. So I’m trying to stay away from …

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