One of the things I can say about professor Michael Wesch’s video “The Machine is us/ing us” is that I agree. “We are the web” as said in the video, we are the ones that post and tag images, videos or links and by that we are teaching a new idea to the machine. In the past early websites were written in HTML and in this format form and content were inseparable. Then came XLM which separated the content and the form making internet less complicated for users. Here XLM was all about content, not form, and because of this the internet became what it is now. Getting back to Professor’s Wesch idea and looking more closely into it we can say that many of the web pages that we know today are compose of the things we add to them. For example, youtube is a web page compose of videos users upload and all of the social networks used today are as well made up of all the media we share. We are the instructors and technology will keep learning from us but one thing we should keep in mind is that everything that you post, send or share will be there for everyone to see.