In the UK in days gone by, we used to wrap fish and chip suppers in yesterday’s newspapers. All that news, comment and analysis, covered in salt and vinegar. So here’s the thing. Content is interesting. Sometimes it’s fascinating. Occasionally, it is ground-breaking. Often it is spectacularly well written (prompting waves of jealousy from yours truly) and worth reading for the pure pleasure of the words alone. But…. But…. Just how much content do we need in our daily lives? Are our days the richer for reading it, or the poorer for skipping over it? Perhaps, sometimes, by skipping over, we might just miss something interesting. But is that really a crisis? Will our businesses fold? Will we lose all our friends? Will the world come to an end?
One thing is certain; there will be more content tomorrow.