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When talking about content in regards to the web, people usually mean one of the 4 main content types:

  • Text (could be plain text snippets, Email/SMS messages, Blog entries, News Articles, Hypertext or text with links to other resources, Metadata extracted from Websites/Apps/Services, captions on an image, ClosedCaptions for the hearing impaired, Subtitles for language translations, Transcripts of Audio & Video, etc...)
  • Images (images are photographs, pictures, drawings/sketches, comics/strips, paintings, or digital art in any number of formats, they may also even include short animated images without sound such as the popularized “animated GIF” format)
  • Audio (typically thought of as music, but may also include audiobooks, podcasts, radio archives/live programs, interviews, recorded shows, audio captions for the visually impaired, etc...)
  • Video (video is the richest form of media content as any video could be a combination of the 3 other major media: text, images and audio into one stream of content; as such Video could include movies, live TV broadcasts, webcasts, on-demand streams, narrated animations or talking avatars, but in general it is simply a catchall referred to motion picture optionally combined with Audio or Text)


Culturally-relevant content repurposed in a variety of different ways, often in a humorous nature. The most common representation of a Meme on the internet is an image with some accompanying caption/sub-title text to describe a humorous situation or quote.


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External Links


  1. The Rise of “No Code” (and low-code) tools: https://medium.com/@rrhoover/the-rise-of-no-code-e733d7c0944d
  2. Low-code software development and the emergence of "Devigners": https://blog.codecentric.de/en/2021/05/low-code-software-development-devigners/
  3. Automatic Daily Cartoon Delivery: http://www.perlmonks.org/index.pl?node_id=124669

See Also

Behavior | Money | CMS | Text | Images | Photos | Audio | Video | Multimedia