And the Internet, in its infinitude, only fulfills the modern desire for mastery over time and space. It was built in our image, in other words, a reality in which the operational imperative of ‘saving time’ forms a paradox: driven on the one hand by the wish to make minor and major interactions, tasks and consumptions happen as quickly as they possibly can, the Internet is also designed to literally save each second as it passes, perserving every hour in coded amber with a diligence that might seem sentimental were it not so straightup fascist. – Michelle Orange, Pixelation Nation