I've been describing the pieces sent by Kiyotei and Anna Boschi to Clashing and Converging. Kiyotei send a card that has one side that is traditional mail art and the other side is a computer graphic. He sent a great story to describe his process to create the digital image. Many mail artists think computer graphics are somehow quickly created. In reality they are usually pretty time consuming. Anna Boschi's triptych also has references to both Internet and traditional mail art in a way that contrasts them and states her preference in a non-verbal organization of references. This chapter has 17 artists represented and I am hoping to have the first draft completed over Thanksgiving.