"We believe that if more people start thinking of the internet as cultures, as a reflection of what we are as humans, for better or worse, we’ll gain collective empowerment and balance better how power is concentrated in a few corporations and people. Just as humans invented the printing press and literature became a universal tool of expression and shared knowledge, we believe that this relatively young set of networks, devices and behaviour we now call the internet can become a universal meta-tool, where better tools of understanding, expression and reflection can emerge. We need to understand the internet as cultures, in plural – always in plural."

Andrés Colmenares