Trot on. Paul Davies in Spaces of Rebellion states, "rebellion means reprogramming rather than building" and perhaps he's right. Many architects have aimed to be the AirBnB of rebellion, acting as the facilitator for social activation but they usually fall flat on their faces and activation is held elsewhere. Though within a growing digital revolution where we proclaim a digitally energised adaptable architecture we must think of the activation wherein one singular tweet sparks global riots. This is simply not containable or facilitatable but architecture can provide a physical backdrop for social announcements think Augmented rebellion in the form of comments, graffiti and any contribution to the cause taking over both digital and physical space. Thus a reprogrammable architecture which may be violated by the public enables social activation.