Content: Our Beloved Dethroned King

Let me take you back in time. The year was 1996. Bill Gates had written an essay with the titled “Content is King.”

Little did we know that these lines written by the Co-founder of Microsoft will form the basis of a moneymaking model in the upcoming decades as the world gets into the fifth gear of technological advancement.

I believe Bill, in his essay, wanted to indicate that the internet will force content to evolve. He tried to hint at the shifting away from typical TV, radio broadcasting, and print media content and the move toward online content, interactive content, and content developed by independent creators. And Bill was right about it.

But my views are a little different on this topic. Let’s have a look at Content vs. Me as the Devil’s Advocate.

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