Content Philosophy

By reducing the barrier to content creation, technology has created a glut of continuously created information. Content creation used to be focused on eliminating the scarcity of information. Now, because information is so readily available, content creation is focusing on a new task of efficiently and aesthetically representing that information.

This site focuses on maximizing the value density of your time spent reading. It describes information with long-term relevance in a single image, with accompanying text serving only the auxiliary role of clarification. This approach implies three main areas of focus:

Concepts provide the most value and relevance, providing the concepts are designed to be universally applicable.

Data interpretation allows for the distillation of vast collections of data and can provide substantiation for concepts or for predictions.

Commentary can achieve long-term relevance when it uses a current situation to investigate its history or its causes.

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