Images are the “face” of technology at work. Images are evidence of our needs, and windows into our history. They are the tools that we use to explore the world around us. From the start, the power of the television image has been dependent upon our need to explore its surface, not only at the level of form and content, but through touch and smell and sound. We do this by stretching images into our daily lives and thereby giving images volume and form. Screens are only a small part of the ecology that defines imageworlds.