Each day I try to scan LinkedIn and Twitter, but feel overwhelmed.
I search for useful information on Google. I read the first three entries on my topic and decide that it’s the crap and not the cream that’s rising to the top. It’s the search engine-optimized.
Years ago, I read about the bright future for curators who filter through the noise and provide us with the best. Are they still on Christmas vacation?
If one day diamonds started washing up by the billions on beaches, how much would we value them? Then how much will we start to value information? Is its value heading toward zero?
Some days I feel overwhelmed by the noise. Are others?
And is the world of “content” sowing the seeds of its own destruction?
Let me know personally at harry@beckwithpartners. I hate feeling alone.
And follow me on Twitter and Psychology Today. I try not to be too loud. . .