Good Content Entertains.

The last few posts seem to suggest I know something about what is better content for the Internet. Or that I think current content is all bad, and I’m above them all. Not at all. I don’t really know what’s supposed to be good content for the Internet. That’s precisely why I was writing about […]

Better Internet Content, Part 3 (Or, Does Original Internet Content Sell?)

Question: does good, original Internet content sell? Maybe not. Some of the bigger names on the Internet these days: Facebook, Twitter, Google. Microsoft. Uber, Airbnb, Spotify, Netflix. And what’s the one common thing among all of them? They provide tools for people to use, instead of creating original content. Even Netflix, which boasts of some […]

Guidelines for Creating Better Internet Content

Since the last post that ended in my resolution to create better Internet content, I’ve been pondering over what defines better content. Earlier, I put forth a very simplistic definition of better content, namely content that is moving. Content that touches our hearts. Now, however, I think it’s an overly simplistic definition. In order for […]

What Does the Internet Mean to You?

A lot of things, I’m sure. Somewhere to find information about things you don’t know, perhaps. A place where you can connect with your friends and family through social networks, perhaps. Or maybe it’s where you find great deals, cheaper ways to get your goods and services. Or maybe it’s a tool you can use […]

What is a Portfolio?

What exactly is a portfolio, and how does that translate for people in different professions? That’s a question that has started weighing on my mind recently, ever since I started building my portfolio. A quick check online gave me this Wikipedia entry that is closest to the form of portfolio I’m interested in: “An artist’s […]