To hear Andrew speak, I'm not sure how to feel about our topic of discussion. I came all this way on a Zegrahm expedition ship because Pitcairn is so far off the grid. I scan the wharf for satellite dishes as I walk to the town hall to meet the former mayor, Jay Warren. "The Internet swept over the island almost overnight," he tells me. "In 2002, we went from books and videos to surfing the world. Now, if it goes down, everyone thinks you're taking their life away."