Nonetheless and in hindsight, it could be said that Daniel G. Andújar / Technologies To The People has developed four more or less distinct courses of action throughout its life span: one, shaped around the launch of various products with which the corporation meddles in the market, ridicules the productive capacity of the company itself and styles strategies for connecting and empathising with the hypothetical users. Among the most prominent projects in this sphere would be the Street Access Machine (1996), a machine allowing those begging in the street to access digital money; The Body Research Machine (1998), an interactive machine that scanned the body’s DNA strands, processing them for scientific experiments, and x-devian by knoppix, an open-source operating system presented as part of the Individual Citizen Republic Project: The System (2003) project. Another course the work takes would be the critical reflection on the art world TTTP presents through the Technologies to the People Foundation with its collections distributed free of charge—Photo Collection (1997), Video Collection (1998) and Net Art Classics Collection (1999)—already calling the idea of material and intellectual property into question during this period. A third conceptual area would be constituted by the creation of the so-called e- pages (e-arco.org, e-manifesta.org, e-seoul.org, e-valencia.org, e-barcelona.org, e-sevilla.org, e-stuttgart.org and e-madrid.org among others), which have become true platforms for citizen reflection linked to a specific cultural environment and a very concrete set of problems. Also to be highlighted from among TTTP’s activities is the construction of the vast Postcapital Archive.