Posts tagged web

I say what we do is - all put little Javascript bubbles on our pages and start a new Web and you HAVE to HAVE bubbles on…

kickscodor, weiweihsu, comics, collage, web, bubbles, 2020

I say what we do is - all put little Javascript bubbles on our pages and start a new Web and you HAVE to HAVE bubbles on the page to be respected at all. If you can’t put bubbles on your page then you’re not underwater like the rest of us.

https://www.kickscondor.com/weiwei-hsu/

For now, I’d like to try and make collages with photos, words, and lines and shapes! As I understand myself more, I realize that I think better in a blend of media types, and I’m looking forward to making more and iterating on comic log as a way to share stories.  

http://weiweihsu.com/comic

Cameron’s World

internet, design, retro, web, web1.0, personalisation

Cameron’s World is a web-collage of text and images excavated from the buried neighbourhoods of archived GeoCities pages (1994–2009). In an age where we interact primarily with branded and marketed web content, Cameron’s World is a tribute to the lost days of unrefined self-expression on the Internet. This project recalls the visual aesthetics from an era when it was expected that personal spaces would always be under construction.

http://www.cameronsworld.net/

Hypothes.is

annotation, web, information, ope

Hypothes.is will be a distributed, open-source platform for the collaborative evaluation of information. It will enable sentence-level critique of written words combined with a sophisticated yet easy-to-use model of community peer-review. It will work as an overlay on top of any stable content, including news, blogs, scientific articles, books, terms of service, ballot initiatives, legislation and regulations, software code and more-without requiring participation of the underlying site.

http://hypothes.is/what-is-it

Open Annotation Collaboration

annotation, web, online, information, collaboration

The overarching goals of the Open Annotation Collaboration (OAC) are to facilitate to emergence of a Web and resource-centric interoperable annotation environment that allows leveraging annotations across the boundaries of annotation clients, annotation servers, and content collections, to demonstrate the utility of this environment, and to see widespread adoption of this environment.

http://openannotation.org/

Rebuilding the Web We Lost

anil dash, web, web2.0, enclosure, public psace, private space, privacy

Right now, all of the places we can assemble on the web in any kind of numbers are privately owned. And privately-owned public spaces aren’t real public spaces. They don’t allow for the play and the chaos and the creativity and brilliance that only arise in spaces that don’t exist purely to generate profit. And they’re susceptible to being gradually gaslighted by the companies that own them.

http://dashes.com/anil/2012/12/rebuilding-the-web-we-lost.html