People with balanced time perspective more likely to call themselves content. I sometimes get asked by people who know me if I would ever change anything about my past. While there were difficult things in my past, I have to say no. It helped me to become the person I am, and that has turned out pretty well. Not perfect, but there are many good consequences to those experiences.
As you may have noticed, I am updating on average about 3 posts per day. Sometimes it is more if I have extra time. I have been studying more lately because I want to learn as much as I can in life and time in short. In particular I find increasingly that StumbleUpon has far too much recycled content, and not enough original things. It’s like going to the most popular rack in the library and seeing a limited selection of works. Fun, but rather boring after a while.
My goal is to bring original content to this website daily. This is difficult because I have seen that as the media outlets go out of business, less original content is made. I wonder if the economics of people not paying for news, will result in one ultimate news provider. I wonder if our apathy doesn’t kill us, but just misinform us which is worse?
A few thoughts and some links about content mills… Blog, by Shannon. Yeah you find this junk on Twitter often. People retweet things without even looking at the content of what they are tweeting.