Old Earth Objects


"Permanent revolition on the new earth would thus invovle a residcovery of the identity of human kind and nature in a mode of industry no longer driven by debt and favouring instead a new conciliation of social-production with desiring-production"

- From Deluze and Guttari's Anti-Oepidus: An introduction to schizoanalysis By Eugene W. Holland, Gilles Deleuze. P 115.




Sony Rolly MP3 Player 2 GB (Bluetooth, USB 2.0) Black


Cyber Clean - High Tech Cleaning Compound


Philips HF8410/00 Warm Sensual Massager for sharing


Obsidian deltohedron


flint nodule


Pan Aroma Pebble Air Freshener - Wild Lavender


Quartz crystal skull


Philips SPP1591WA Squid Surge Protector with 5 Flexible Outlets



From Wikipedia ;

Black boxes

In science studies, the social process of blackboxing is based on the abstract notion of a black box. To cite Bruno Latour, blackboxing is "the way scientific and technical work is made invisible by its own success. When a machine runs efficiently, when a matter of fact is settled, one need focus only on its inputs and outputs and not on its internal complexity. Thus, paradoxically, the more science and technology succeed, the more opaque and obscure they become."[1]


The Nexus Q is a media-streaming entertainment device in the Google Nexus product family. The device runs version 4.0 of the Android operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich, and integrates with Google Play. Introduced by Google in June 2012, it was then expected to be available in the US at an introductory price of $299. The device has a spherical shape.[2]

Launch was postponed because Google received feedback from users that the device had too few features for its price.[3] The device was unofficially dropped in October 2012 when Google announced the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10.[4]