…in a sense, is its own form of intertextuality, or the shaping of a text’s meaning by another text. Content doesn’t exist on the Internet in a vacuum: it takes up space, and it forms a web of influence and connections. We have the content. Now, the question becomes: what will we do with it?
I stumbled upon this article via your "Build in the Public-How-To", but this article really resonated with me.
That we're living in an era of content overload already stood out to me some time and it's a challenge I want to help solve.
However, as a content creator myself I'm part of the problem, so looking for alternative routes is something I have to do myself. Your article shed some new light on the resources and theory out there.
Thanks for sharing!