Petterd sent Caney some screen snatches of images he'd made. These images led to a discussion of creating distance. Diane had not seen screen snatches before and liked the effect of lessening the claustrophobia that might be associated with a narrative voice which is continually addressing the viewer. The person initially imagined by Caney when writing the poem was the figure of an omnipotent God. The addressee then became, for her, a friend who had suicided. As a writer, she had felt quite remote from the actual presence of both these imagined beings. She was also concerned that an over-familiarity with a screen-viewer (the third imagined "you") could create a resistance in that reader to the words being spoken from the body of the site. Petterd agreed and a long discussion ensued.