"For the moment, what we desire is to remap the hegemonic cartography of cyberspace, to politicize the debate, to develop
an multicentric theoretical understanding of the cultural, political and aesthetic possibilities of new technology; to exchange a different
sort of information (mythopoetical, activist, performative, imagistic) and with humor, inventiveness and intelligence."
"We want to brownify the virtual space, spanglishize the net and infect the lingua franca...find innovative grassroots applications for new technology
and link all community centers and artist collectives through the net."
African American critical theory provides sophisticated tools for the analysis of cyberculture since it has looked at the problems of multiple identities,
fragmented persona, and liminality for over one hundred years = perfect models of postmodern culture."
Q1. How can the richness of "invisible" cultures become visible in cyberspace and move beyond stereotypic and romantic connotations?
"The ontology of the World Wide Web is more than simply a question of space, sites, or pages; it is fundamentally concerned with links and motion."