The value of the printed web is no longer in any one individual artist’s work. The printed web is now a historical archive within the archive, a set of relationships between publications that conserves some kind of rhizomatic mesh of the early web, with its openness and far-reaching roots and connections. The printed web is now a suspended view of a moment before the disappearance of search into thin air, recalling a specific time when we first lost touch with the tactility of the archive, but still enjoyed its visualization.