Our dreams are no longer small-scale. Through Zoom and Teams, Facebook and Instagram, and previously through satellite TV and big names like Radiohead and the Beatles, we became globally connected. From our cages, we look through our common window – the world wide web – at the same content and images and share the same dreams. This has two sides, positively, the Babylonian confusion of tongues has now really been overcome. Negatively we are colonized by (Big) technology and the world language (basic) English. It is certain that diversity in these uniform movements has come under pressure. This applies to biodiversity and cultural diversity, but also to neurodiversity. Increasingly more people can no longer keep up with the worldwide (visual) language and apps - and with the cohesive loss of physical, small-scale connection in place and language.