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Why Dolly the Sheep is an Icon of Web Content
By: Brian Hack
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    Why Dolly the Sheep is an Icon of Web Content

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    Original unique content on the web is like Dolly the cloned sheep and her lamb Bonnie, different yet the same.

    So let’s take a closer look at the nature of content.

    Information can generally be divided as subject and object. The subjective character of a composition, theme, essay, article, or story is the creative part of content where ideas appear as a flow of information from writer to reader. The flow requires both subjective and objective inputs and outputs.

    A subject always begins as original organic content. Writing subjective human idea source code is like a data transfer from an author to a storage medium like paper or computer equipment where the content is compiled or processed for use as an information product.

    Objective composition can be measured in terms of form and function. The form can include elements like manuscript, headers, footers, page numbers, chapter headings, sub-headings, pictures, drawings, footnotes, endnotes, works cited, index, table of contents, lead pages, typography, cover, design, and layout to name a few.

    The function includes accuracy of spelling, grammar, internal links within a document, and external links to other books, ebooks, and web “content”. Function can also include a range of output options that are device independent like a monitor screen or printer.

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