Maybe it seems too soon for some of us net art old-timers, but already a new generation of net artists are beginning to surface, who claim their work follows "in the tradition of" established artist groups such as Jodi and Superbad. Brazilian-born Rick Silva, a recent graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, is one such example. He's released "Swound," an homage and fresh take on earlier works of net art. Blind (black on black) buttons link to other mysterious screens; each screen initiates a soundscape. Currently, the abstract, intentionally elusive piece has about 40 screens and 120 links. Stay tuned for more.