The Changing Fabric of Online Space

The whole idea of an "online space" is abstract and difficult to pinpoint. When we refer to a space, we're usually talking about some sort of physical setting. An actual location where actual physical things can be located. And though the term may often be used in more open-ended ways (such as the idea of … Continue reading The Changing Fabric of Online Space

Social Media Log-in Pages

When was the last time you actually saw the Facebook log-in page? Other than those few times you might be accessing the social network on another computer, there's a good chance that you don't really see this page all that often. I know that for me, between mobile apps and just staying logged in on … Continue reading Social Media Log-in Pages

The Web in 2019

As I've written previously, the distinction between "internet" and "web" has grown increasingly blurred in recent years. In our contemporary discourse, and in day-to-day interaction, the two terms have become largely conflated. However, as the World Wide Web was first exploding in popularity the difference between the two terms was still more meaningful. Part of … Continue reading The Web in 2019