Creativity Culture

The strength of signal

Everything to everyone is like nothing to nobody.

Imagine owning all the music in the world — such profundity reveals nothing about your interests or your identity. Unless of course, you’re passing on knowledge about the items in the arsenal.

The internet too is the greatest copy-paste machine of all-time. Technology augments communication and connection. But what does all the information mean without chopping it into genres and niches?

Making sense of your interests and surroundings depends on the rigidity of your signal strength. The ability to collect artifacts and sift through the noise to present a packaged story is the rarest skill of them all.

Cut information into pieces and give it way. What happens next is up to the magic of the network.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of four books.

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