"The internet is an amazing space when it reminds us how vast and diverse the world is. Early dot-com websites reflected this notion of an “expanding space” in their company names, using words like “earth,” “globe,” “world,” “space,” or “system” to describe their growing networks."
I feel heavily indebted to the generosity of other internet users, especially those who make YouTube tutorials, which I and many other designers rely on heavily for so many skills. There are so many different aspects of the web that still feel extremely generous in that way.
"I’m trying to use the internet in the way that I feel it should be used. Instead of getting sucked into echo chambers, I think it’s important to try and distribute information freely, and also give people the ability to create their own content critically."
I do think there’s something to a typeface being a poem on its own. There’s this Georges Perec quotation, which I just remembered recently: “Is the aleph, that place in Borges from which the entire world is visible simultaneously, anything other than an alphabet?” An alphabet can represent total potential; much of what it’s possible to say in English can be made from permuting twenty-six letters.