We live immersed in a Digital Culture which is an emerging set of values, practices, and expectations reflected in the way people act and interact within modern society. Its principal components are participation (collaboration, we are not only citizens but netizens); remediation (legitimacy and credibility); and bricolage (reuse of sources, redistribute information). Therefore, by examining these three aspects of a Digital Culture, the author comes to two conclusions. First, cultures exist side by side, partly overlap, and certain values mean different things within different media cultures, as for example bricolage in electronic media can mean zapping (TV) and scanning (radio), whereas on the Internet it can refer to aggregating secondhand truths through deep linking. Second, the moment one names and defines a culture, it has already become something else. There is no such thing as “the” digital culture.