Digital clicking. Fingers touching tender buttons. The Autobiography of HTC is the recent story of a concept born 50 years ago though nameless for the first 20 years of its life. In its twenties, the figure becomes more acquainted with itself, with its potential to radicalize discourse via the advent of computer mediated technology and, after having settled on its name, plays itself out as the commercial marketplace tries to successfully absorb its meaning so as to regurgitate its potential and force it to become part of the propaganda-machine that constantly spews forth the anemic TV value system the emerging generations have been weened on. Which leads us to question this autobiographical writing strategy from the start, that is, can HTC create a different value-system within the evolving network-culture?