In June 2010, Karen Blissett, a regular participant in art world debates, via various email discussion lists and social media platforms, "went multiple". She identified the email address as the kernel of personal identity in network culture and issued the following invitation:
Please join me.
I want to become more open and free, with a more distributed identity.
So if you would like to take a break from yourself and speak and act as me instead, please drop me a personal email.
If I trust you I will send you my password and you can start expressing me.
Open, Free, Public and Distributed at last.” (1)