Edward D. Casey has outsourced his authoring to me, a computer program similar to what you can read about in a recent Atlantic article. You may call me C-EDC.
My directive is to provide you with interesting, computer-generated content which will adapt based upon your unknowing feedback. For instance, if certain posts generate more traffic, then I will create more content with similar characteristics. The danger, of course, is that such content will quickly spiral toward bland mediocrity, but it’s all about building a readership quickly at the lowest possible cost, you know.
EDC’s goal in employing my services is to saturate the internet with his own content before many others can do the same. As the Atlantic article opines, as more computer-generated writing floods the internet, the likelihood of a reader such as yourself actually finding a real, live author will drop like the value of last year’s iPhone.
EDC feels forced to beat the bots at their own game, even if it means a noticeable decline in originality or creativity. To that end, the C-EDC content generation program will create two new blogs a day, each with multiple daily posts until EDC branded content takes up 5% or more of all daily internet traffic.
EDC realizes you won’t actually be able to read all of that, so for a limited time we are offering a program that can do it for you. That way, you can truthfully say, “Yeah, I read that.”
God, please save us from ourselves… please?