What we "see," what we get from our electronic devices, are numbers. The decisions we make in order to bring numbers into full "living" color, contain many suppositions and are often aesthetic. If we are living in virtual worlds, it is because we live in worlds furnished with complex visualizations, be these composited news photos, or Toy Story, the first computer-generated film, or Rover on Mars, or holographs, or the Cosmic Voyage IMAX feature which shows the first few seconds of the universe. These late-20th century ways of seeing, of knowing, are easily misunderstood, mystifying on their grand scale. What they most lack is words - the words of poets, or other representatives of the lone human voice, of the great value to be placed on each lone human voice.