We all have access to free delivery. Publish. Upload. Post.
Your messages. Your work. Your art. Delivered to their screens with no additional cost.
Of course, it’s not actually free. Somebody has to pay for it.
And somebody had to work hard to automate the infrastructure behind those clicks.
What could we possibly do to return such a generous favor?
A few things.
We can watch Tik Tok dances. We can scream at people on Twitter. We can post another picture of a latte.
Or, we can pay them forward by delivering something meaningful, something of value, something that’ll be worth reading and watching six months from now.
Nobody says, “I really need to look at that latte he had six months ago.”