I feel like, maybe I’m in too deep now, it’s like I can’t see the forest anymore you know, I’m too deep and also I’m aware that, I have communed with the internet in a way that most people haven’t yet, and that makes it harder for me even to step back because I really absorbed it as much as possible, and it kind of informs everything. I think it was Kurt Kolonager who was talking about it in his artwork, he said that, even when you are producing work alone on your computer you have the sense of this invisible foggy audience around you that’s kind of watching you create it, because you know what you are doing is going to be put out there and there it’s like this, its this weird sense of that presence around you. I feel like this is what the internet kind of is anyway, you get on there and you are just aware that there are all this people there that aren’t really there, but they are there in the same way you are. I mean our ability to communicate is taking a really interesting step, it’s like we are constantly communicating through an interactive book, it’s really crazy. It’s also super two dimensional still, like it’s not immersive, it’s very flat, and it has generated so much our minds so its very strange to think about, but it does. I mean it affects the way that we speak in person, it’s informed, we’ve adapted so much to the technology as it starts to take up more human processes but we’ve adapted to it as well. You know real live conversations have adapted to that. I feel like information travels differently, I already try to imagine what it was like before I had a cell phone, like I have no idea how I ended up anywhere, I don’t know how I ever managed to meet with a friend before I had a cell phone. So it’s already strange to understand your pre-internet brain, like I don’t remember how I… I remember driving cross country with my sister, without a GPS, and I was like how did they do that? It’s just crazy to imagine what you have is not there. I think it’s important to not just become digital or to become just analogue, it’s very important to just kind of not, I don’t know, divide it like that. To not show up in one space or the other fully, it’s just kind of pee in a space station or the cabin in the woods with the internet. You are in both places.