*The technology of the net allows what might previously have been private meditations to become the '''basis for social interaction'''. ([[Henry Jenkins]], ''Do You Enjoy Making the Rest of Us Feel Stupid? alt.tv.twinpeaks, the Trickster Author and Viewer Mystery'', in David Lavery (a cura di), ''Full of Secrets, Critical Approaches to Twin Peaks'', Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1995, p. 58)
*The netters hoped that ''Twin Peaks'' would be "full of secrets": that it would provide fodder for their speculations for years to come. For these fans, '''the computer had become an integral part of their experience''' of the series and the many fan meta-texts that circulated on alt.tv.twinpeaks were as compelling as the aired episodes themselves. The computer provided a way of linking their own, admittedly obsessive, fixation upon ''Twin Peaks''