With regards to the layout, it really is fascinating and in my opinion draws you in. Who wouldn't want to click on the individual blocks that have different life stories on them, most of which hit a sensory feeling or emotion? The borders lay a close resemblance to prison cells and draw a closer tie to the difference between being behind bars or free.
Through the women’s scope we can see how degrading the public prison system is and how the perceptions shape what goes on inside and outside of the prison. As you go through as a reader you can’t help but question the prior misconception you had before clicking each individual block.
When we look at a prison system we are looking at it as an island. It has an individual language that from the outside we are unfamiliar with. Bordered by barbed fences we as a law have dehumanized people that go to certain prison systems. People in previous writings have been drawing comparisons with langue and parole; to me langue simply put is significantly shaped behind the cars of a prison system. The system of communication changes as the lifestyle does.