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Diagram: the cycle of content

All content goes through a life cycle. First content is created. Then people discover the content. People read the content. Finally, people share the content. By sharing the content, it becomes recreated like how a DJ recreates music by making it into a mix. The content is then discovered by other people, consumed, and reshared. The cycle goes on and on.

As celebrates its three-year anniversary today, I reorganized my blog post categories down to just four. All are specific to how we do each of the steps on the content cycle:

How we create
Writing, photographing, drawing, designing. Blogs, photos, and art doesn’t exist until it’s made by someone. The most popular posts for creators:

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I would like to thank Marco Buscaglia for inspiring to me continue writing on this blog. started in January 2011 with nine blog posts written in one month, but then the site saw a 13-month hiatus with no posts. In March 2012 Marco wrote about challenges of distractions while reading a tablet, which inspired me to respond back and write a blog post, “The distractions from