Blogging Annual Update
What is the annual GDP of blogging? That sounds like a studid question but let’s take it seriously for a second.
Blogging is this strange economic engine - specifically providing individuals economic freedom.
How does the US government segment the economy?
I would invest seriously, with a straight face into the blogging ecosystem. The blogging economic idea machine.
https://nadia.xyz/idea-machines Substack creates visible succes as well as tech infrastructure.
The (economic) idea machine of blogging
In response to: https://stripe.com/files/stripe-2021-update.pdf
Blogging and internet writing powers economic freedom and optionality. We’re seeing a cambrain explosion in online writing. Tech and infrastructure still needed
Blogging is economic freedom
From Not Boring to Craig Mod to Female Startup Club to (example career path via Writing)
Patio11, Matt Levine,
(insert journalist personal brand fight here)
Writing shifts the balance of power away from institutions to the individual providing greater economic freedom.
Writing leads to revenue (Reading, Writing, Arithmitic)
Writing leads to:
- Info products
Real businesses too
Sacra Industry Dive Other?
Explosion in the “scene”
Write of passage Ship 30 in 30 EditorNinja?
Substack Ghost Buttondown Medium Growth in github pages projects?
Sidebar case study: Not Boring: from write of passage to substack to investment firm
Twitter as infrastructure
Mastodon, Microblog, Indieblogging How to host comments?
Analogy to Glitch/Replit
Writing is one aspect of the “lowering access and barrier to entry” online
What we need:
- More interest in feed readers,
- More examples and case studies of writing
- Squad writing
From PKM and note-taking to knowledge creation, wealth creation