I captured images of the island of El Hierro in the Canary Islands using Google StreetView, limiting my captures to images with people in them. I processed the images with my open source application GlitchSort and assembled the resulting still images into a video. I added a selection from some music Jason Soliday and I created for a series of internet radio collaborations he has been producing. That's the mechanics of the work. The rest: I lived in El Hierro for a few months in 1971-72 and returned in later years. I learned to speak Spanish there. I made friends. While I was there I painted work that was later exhibited in Vilanova i la Geltrú, a town south of Barcelona. I shot some 8mm film. When I was first there, communications were by radiophone and a few passenger ships weekly. Now there's an airport and the internet. It's a different place but it's the same. I wanted to investigate that idea with my current art-making tools—no longer paint and canvas, but code and the net. Music by Jason Soliday and Paul Hertz.