The author of this chapter is a Singaporean based in Hong Kong whose creative work is intimately bound to his country of birth, this is in part an autoethnographic meditation on the opportunities as well as the pressures of Internet culture on creative writing. The main title of this chapter, of course, alludes to the collaborative work of Marshall McLuhan and Quentin Fiore (1996), which draws attention to the ways in which the communicative medium modifies its source message. In the age of the Internet and social media, the poet becomes a node connected to a chronotopic surfeit of events and textualities. One may argue that writers and readers in Singapore have embraced the Internet, as evidenced by the reputable literary journal Quarterly Literary Review Singapore (QLRS), which has been running for more than a decade is a curated space where emerging and established literary writers congregate and share their works.