Vannever Bush said things recorded in hypertext never fades away like memory does. It was o.k. with Bush because he lived in the age where it was impossible to record everything. But today, media has replaced private as well as public memory. So much of our consciousness is externalized like a computer network and project themselves in perfect images on the casode tubes that our internal memory and experiences become trivialized.
In our age, mediation has overtook the place of content. And I, the child of Japanese techno-culture, have nothing more to express. I have nothing inside.