We’re connected to people, places, cultures, things. This has always been the case, but in the last thirty years those connections have expanded to a new dimension: online. Social media, blogs, vlogs, even the darknet – our presence has slowly leeched to the almost untouchable. A dimension which we can’t physically enter.
The ways we can access the web is almost endless. Smartphones, laptops, tablets, and computers serve as our vehicles. Cafes, universities, homes, and shopping centres serve as our gateways. Continue reading