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This one is a bit of thought-provoking fun; an applied content science experiment. The question: can you apply primarily digital content concepts in day-to-day physical life? To explore this, I tried to get an uninitiated crowd to help me curate some content in near real-time, by setting up a taxonomy and system of "physical likes". To put it another way, I crowd-sourced my way through DJing a house party.
Here I present you a case study in traditional form:
Should a content strategist know code? How much geek cred is good for your career? When is it too much? People have a love-hate relationship with technology even in our industry. Here’s my thoughts on how technical a Content Strategist should be. Some of you may be surprised.
This post was born of a CS Google Forums discussion addressing these concepts and sort of got away from me. Now it’s blog-length and I think an interesting topic. (more)