Swipe right on the bottom block of text (not the map) to advance. Tap on it to read the story for that location, and tap again to return.
I found it annoying enough that I didn't read past the first two pages.
where is my scroll bar, why don't space or cursor-up/down work, there's no scroll wheel because I use a drawing tablet instead of a mouse, guess I'm not reading this at my desk.
I am wondering if this was considered an interesting article or just a really good page to send front-end interviewees for as a "let's see how many terrible things you can find" game.
What blows my mind is that I knew it was going to be this before clicking through entirely based on your comment.
The service provided by ESRI is handy for those with minimal knowledge to make something decent, but it's also easy for people to get carried away and use all the features. This is like the modern equivalent to marching ants, I guess.
The site has nice interactivity with the map and the associated historic image from the some point in time.
For me the whole post was worth it just to find this little gem of a book tucked away at the end `Ost Trifft West` by Yang Liu . It is a visual representation of cultural differences which I found both wonderfully light hearted and highly informative.
: ISBN-13: 978-3874397339