The computer art specialist Linda Candy wrote in 2002 that “a satisfactory critical framework for new forms in art technology has yet to be developed.”1 CAF provides such a framework if we appreciate works of computer art with an implicit understanding that they achieve interactivity through computational processing. It’s time to tackle the value question (what’s the value of computer art works?) and also to address the four critiques of computer art that were left unanswered at the end of chapter 2.