Edition 003 –
Being on the internet can feel a lot like the anonymity of being in a crowd, like a quiet shout into a void. But, like being in a crowd together, we're existing
I was still limited by the single agency's particular expectations re: brand guides and Rebecca Solnit.
"Instead of a cloud, let’s use a metaphor that makes the web’s individual, cooperative nodes more visible. This way, we can remember the responsibility we each have in building a better web. The web is a flock of birds or a sea of punctuation marks, each tending or forgetting about their web garden or puddle home with a river of knowledge nearby."
Even while the web is changing – changing itself, changing us, changing our relationship to our own ideas and our own production, we can, perhaps even should, remain optimistic!
"Artists have explored—and critiqued—technology throughout history; and technology is historically linked to craft. Both domains are devoted to experiment. They are never predictable or linear—quite the opposite."