I wanted to make a poem that explores the web of technologies we inhabit in our modern lives, and the traces we leave behind, even after we’re gone. The ‘data’ in this datapoem is the collection of objects and the links between them – their relationships. This is called a ‘graph‘ – not the kind we are more familiar with like bar charts, but a network diagram. Graphs are an increasingly common way to represent data in the networked world, for example social media, and forgo the use of tables, rows and columns found in a traditional relational database. We are all nodes in a graph, in a constant state of flux.