Growing up with technology, digital natives could be considered citizens of a collective cyber-state. We are interlinked by a secondary, digital cultural identity. Our digital frame of reference has created many subjective memories of past digital folklore.
By adopting with the format of a research institute, with its associated institutional objectivity, The Institue of Digital Folklore is a speculative examination of the different social layers and conditions of cyberspace nationality.
In some time, it is highly plausible that our conception of folkloric artefacts will include elements from the digital domain. Why not commemorate the nostalgic aspects of our technological youth?