Beyond McLuhan’s “instantaneous world” of television, though, was the Internet, which hardly existed in time at all. Unlike the television, which described information to you, the viewer, the Internet mediated and was mediated by you; it was not prescriptive or descriptive, but interactive (Chitty, 2002). Its pages appeared as you deployed your trigger-happy finger-weapon, but your ability to receive the information you desired was wrapped by and in this entity.