The differences between the cover of Melbourne artist Katie Dey’s new album, Flood Network, and that of her debut, asdfasdf are quite telling. Though they share similar color schemes, the reds, yellows, and blues have gone from pastels to the vibrancy of a graphical imaging of a neural network. Her face has gone from complete obscurity to some features being identifiable. And while it still conveys the overwhelming nature of internet culture, the easily read words of the title are much more communicative than the home-row jumble of its predecessor. It’s as if she had once embedded herself into the internet, and is now further in control, able to have digital neurons to fire at her will.