Yet, Huxtable’s work is more than a collision of references. As her readings progress, themes emerge. Particularly memorable is her second act, titled “MOURNING,” which centers around the often-futile nature of archiving. Huxtable begins by reading a series of messages to a figure she addresses as “Geo”—a reference, seemingly, to GeoCities, the once-popular web hosting platform which was shutdown by Yahoo in 2009, effectively scrubbing at least 38 million pages from the web. (A few ambitious groups have created GeoCities archives.) Huxtable addresses Geo as an ex-lover who’s vanished from the face of the Earth. As her messages become increasingly frantic, she laments, “Why can’t I disappear with you?” As well as mourning the loss of her internet archive, the moment serves as an elegy to an earlier time in internet history—when it was still imaginable that one could exist online and be able to vanish into thin air.