Anthropological fieldwork ‘at home’ can be conducted in a multiplicity of different styles, each of which raises different sets of issues. In this chapter I discuss face-to-face and electronic fieldwork amongst Spanish graduate migrants in England to address questions of self-identity and the definition of ‘research’ when it is carried out ‘at home’. This project, to which new technologies became central, was characterized by an unconventional ethnographic narrative and a deconstruction of personal/professional boundaries. It promoted a particular consciousness of the arbitrary nature of definitions of both self and research.