Should one of the main concerns of digital humanists in Latin American and Caribbean studies be the curation of a pan-Caribbean cultural establishment or tradition? Does such a thing exist, and if so, how can its canonical media or content be curated? Can the complicated information of the histories, communities, languages, and arts of the Caribbean be contained by any sort of architecture or taxonomy? To what end? Would such a project create stronger connections between the peoples of the Caribbean or highlight the differences been us? Would it support the notion of a shared Caribbean culture, or find that beyond a given point in history the commonalities o between Caribbean entities are reduced to a history of colonization predated by lost pre-Columbian civilizations connected mostly by their geographical proximity?