The internet is a cluttered silo of bits and pieces of information, a mixture of notes and thoughts worth noting. The issue with it? To discover the exact stories you should most probably know about is close to impossible. To big the amount of data out there, to little the time and energy to work through the mess.
Back in the days newspapers and the media served the need for a preselection and an overview of important events. Nowadays more and more alternativ solutions like online platforms & news apps attract the attention of the users. However, the internet is—imho—about connecting decentralized individuals and not just about creating a single instance that provides information to everybody.
We all are enabled to participate in sharing & selecting information. Social networks are a perfect example of how we are able to raise our voice and shed a light on the aspects we consider important. And that is what my ReadingList is supposed to be:
A curated list of articles and media fragments worth noting. Some with additional thoughts of mine—some just stored to be highlighted and discovered.
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