The network and the digital with its always on, always being seen, its read write seeing recording instrumentality, its ubiquitous lens, its pervasive recording of all, becomes an opportunity to show oneself, to pose, to create identities, to be seen. Of course pornography has always known this, to be seen is to show, is to show in defiance of, to celebrate, to pronounce one's presence, it is not the hidden, nor is it to be found or rooted out as in surveillance. It is to show oneself. To construct one's self. To image one's self. To see is to know how to be seen.