Welcome to Scroll Number 2: place. That tiny telecommunications device we carry with us everywhere can now tell us not just where we are according to a set of coordinates, but also how to get to where we want to go, what’s near us, and sometimes even what happened here before. But where are we really? Sometimes, with all that information, you’d be forgiven for being a bit overwhelmed. Have you found your place here yet?
Written byCameron Adams.
What happened to your passion for the web? It can be hard to stay excited when you get bogged down in the minutiae of RFPs and invoicing clients. It’s time to get your mojo back.
Written byMelissa Rach.
As a web professional you are in the right place to become a content strategist. And now is the right time to do it.
Written byJohn Allsopp.
John Allsopp finds out what makes the creator of Twitter’s iconic Fail Whale tick.
Written byJeremy Keith.
We’ve developed an array of metaphors for talking about the intangible spaces of the web. Maybe it’s time to unshackle ourselves from some of them.
Written bySebastian Strakowicz.
Twitterville — a place where our deepest, unconscious and intimate desires are shared amongst ourselves.
Written byHenny Swan.
Can the idea of universal access really meet the needs of users with disabilities browsing on mobile and hand-held devices or is this just wishful thinking?
Written byMatt Webb.
Macroscopes give us a kind of superpower: an ability to feel the human scale and the grand view all at once.
Written byErik Hersman.
What’s going to happen when the barriers, access and ability to sift information are equal for every individual around the world?
Written byRachel Hinman.
The web is great at things, and not bad at people. But place has been its Achilles heel. However there’s movement afoot and human expressions of place on the web are becoming possible.
Written byFaruk Ateş.
If your computer is your home, geolocation is set to remind you that there’s a whole world out there.