Page one of this issue looks at more serious items in digital culture. The first, a tribute to the Twin Towers on the anniversary of 9/11, is an great example of the way digital culture is influenced by offline events and culture but expresses this influence in its own, digital culture-y way. The second article is about a video that reminds us why we tend to hold fire fighters in such high regard.
Page two is far less timely, but still quite fun. The top article features a video that is a great example of a twist on our classic theme of the universality of photos. Video too has the ability to cross geographic and language barriers with ease within the digital space. Finally, we look at a photographic technique that is certainly not new, but has experienced an influx of popularity recently. The digital space loves examples of how to do something. But it loves to celebrate individuals who spend insane amounts of time on something cool even more.