Perceived content owners

There’s many reasons me and social networks don’t get along.

One big one: I don’t like giving the ownership of my content away to Mark or Elon.

It’s like giving Gordon Ramsay a new recipe—he’s got plenty of his own.

I’d much rather post my stuff on my website. Just for me and the funny, sexy, intelligent people on my email list.

When was the last time you read something on Facebook or Twitter or Medium and remember who wrote it?

It’s: “I read this thing on Twitter”… or “some random posted this thing on Facebook”.

The perceived content owner often becomes the platform rather than the creator.

I’d like people to know that the content they consumed was mine. Same goes for my best Turkey meatball recipe.