On the internet, a moment might last a minute or a lifetime. To try to document its endless, ever-changing and increasingly hyperindividualized landscape inspires more questions than answers: Where would you start, and how? For Jeanne Thornton and Miracle Jones, the task begins close to home. As co-publishers of Remember the Internet, a series of books by Instar Books, the pair works with authors on putting out deeply personal accounts of bygone internet communities, exploring how these moments shaped not only online This story is from Kinfolk Issue Forty-Two Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 42 Anna Wiener Anna Wiener was on the path to Silicon Valley success. Then she pivoted. Allyssia Alleyne charts the making of a tech-skeptic. Arts & Culture Issue 42 Influencers Anonymous Instagram content creators answer a short survey about the influencer industry. Arts & Culture Issue 42 Rage Against the Machine A conversation about the influence of invisible algorithms. Arts & Culture Issue 42 Computed Emotion On the rise of chatbot therapy. Arts & Culture Issue 42 Brewster Kahle The tech idealist archiving the internet. Arts & Culture Issue 42 Captcha This Prove you're not a robot.