The emergence of these new practices of subjectivation of a post-media era will be greatly facilitated by a concerted reappropriation of communicational and information technology, assuming they increasingly allow for:
1. The formation of forms of dialogue and collective interactivity and, eventually, a reinvention of democracy.
2. By means of the miniaturization and the personalization of equipments, a resingularization of the machinic mediatized means of expression; we can presume, on this subject, that it is the connection, through networking, of banks of data which will offer us the most surprising views;
3. The multiplication to infinity of “existential operators,” permitting access to mutant creative universes.
“Postmodern Deadlock and Post-Media Transition”