Published: February 18, 2019
Ushahidi is a platform that uses the democratizing power of the web to open access to citizen journalists on the ground and shine a light where the truth is hidden.
Published: February 11, 2019
By Emerson Dameron In the late ‘90s, tiny magazines were having a moment. The popularity of underground punk and indie […]
Published: February 4, 2019
By 2000, Salon had made quite the name for itself with their quick, pithy headlines and stories that posted all hours of […]
Published: January 28, 2019
I like to cap off each month with a few links I’ve found from my research or around the web. […]
Published: January 22, 2019
Published: January 14, 2019
Accessibility is one of the foundational principles of the World Wide Web. Fighting to preserve that principle are the creators behind the most powerful tools, some of which still exist today.
Published: January 7, 2019
The web has been… unpredictable. We usually think it will go one way, only to see it go another. Case […]
Published: November 26, 2018
danah boyd has studied social implications of our digital lives since the very beginning of her research career. In the […]
Published: November 12, 2018
Benjamin Sun and Omar Wasow met for the first time in 1999. They had both recently struck out on the […]
Published: November 5, 2018
The Internet does not begin and end with the World Wide Web. Sometimes, if we want to truly understand how […]
Published: October 29, 2018
Back in the earliest days of the web, some blogs used to have a blogroll. Somewhere on their site, usually […]
Published: October 22, 2018
It might seem strange to talk about books on the web, but when designers first turned to books for a way to learn about the web, Lynda Weinman and Jennifer Robbins showed them the way.