Neo Vision’s Weekly Rant #33
Where we RANT about what goes exceptionally good and wildly bad when you turn your company digital
As we navigate the digital age, we find ourselves participating in the attention economy, where capturing and holding people’s attention is crucial for success.
However, as in any other economy, inflation exists, which we call “inflation of information.” With the accessibility of content creation to almost everyone, we find ourselves inundated with an abundance of information that can be challenging to filter and find what’s truly valuable.
As both content creators and consumers, we have a responsibility to immerse deeply in the exercise of thought before creating, remixing, and sharing information. But that doesn’t mean we can’t or shouldn’t have fun. In fact, finding the balance between creating meaningful content and providing entertainment can lead to a more engaged and fulfilled audience.
That being said, I’m eager to hear from you in the comments section: how do you filter and find value in the sea of information surrounding us?
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