I grew up online in the age of 2008 MySpace, AOL Instant Messenger, and glitter graphics. The platforms I engaged with and the aesthetics that were popular were embedded with ethics that inspired an ongoing search for digital autonomy in the vastness of the Internet. Through sparkly gifs and nostalgic gestures, I continue to engage with the Internet in a girly vernacular, interested in recollecting these memories, lost to obsolescence, as a means of finding community and reclamation. These interests manifest through #cute #girly #tactile explorations between personal identity and personalized technology. Through material output, such as crochet and weaving, I urge viewers to acknowledge the presence and tactility of technology in the face of sleek, blackboxed industry standardization. These modes of output become ways of investigating the softness of technology in relation to the malleability of online cultures. By remixing computer history from a craft perspective, I explore the possibilities of imaginary computer systems built out of soft material. As homage to the past, I work to make colorful, rich, saturated aesthetic experiences that subvert the masculinity of technology, disrupt hierarchies, and play with histories as rhizomatic and multi-faceted stories.