Content Vs Context

Content is the information and experiences aimed at an end - user or audience in publishing, art, and communication.
Content is "something to be expressed by some medium, such as speech, writing or any of the different arts."

Context refers to those objects or entities in semiotics, linguistics, sociology, and anthropology that surrounds a focal event of some sort, typically a communicative event in these disciplines. 
Content Vs Context

Context is "a framework that surrounds the event and provides adequate interpretation resources."

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