As vast as the Internet is, it almost seems silly that Christians think they can lend to any substantial influence.
The idea of influencing change or being a “light” in a dark place usually seems futile.
However, if you look at the 1% rule, it seems like we actually stand a chance at it!
In Internet culture, the 1% rule or the 90–9–1 principle (sometimes also presented as 89:10:1 ratio) reflects a hypothesis that more people will lurk in a virtual community than will participate. This term is often used to refer to participation inequality in the context of the Internet.
Interesting, isn’t it?
I bet if we increase how much we create and contribute, we might have a decent chance at influencing the Internet culture.
What do you think?