All Points is a proposal for a small set of unofficial wayfinding and orientation points physically embedded in New York’s urban fabric, each about the size of a person’s hand. The small displays would all be based on the same networked computing platform, set of content genres, and special stochastic pixel matrix. In addition to bearing location- and time-specific content and vectors, the shape of each display would be custom fabricated to fit or patch a unique local condition – a form appropriate to a mutable city of patches, reuse, and myriad pedestrian practices, and an argument that locative computing need not itself be mobile in order to engage mobility.