|Essence objects and the Internet
||[Dec. 16th, 2008|06:53 pm]
Objectum Sexuality Object Acquisition Strategies
If you read text from other people of odd interests on the web, you often see something we sometimes say as objectum-sexuals: The Internet changed things for us as a people.|
Today I saw a Jeep go by and thought "Some models of Jeeps show three letter month abbreviations on their clocks." Then I thought, "Is almost January. Some models of Cadillacs -may- show -full month names- on their clocks." (The names Jul, June and January are os loves of mine-- intangible loves-- "essence objects")
Then an idea hit me about that stupid thing I used to do where I'd cruise eBay Motors during certain months of the year hoping to see these things portrayed in photos (-Good Luck-!)
There's better ways... Like why not just go into an online group of someone who loves xyz model of car and just explain the situation? It is sooooo easy today to send pictures with a cellphone... all you need is one guy to read your post and 'get it' and your problem is solved. Some of these people are probably even happy at the possibility that what they love may have 'additional fandom' and will probably help simply for this reason... Also, they may know of other models of xyz thing that do related things with the loved concept...
I wonder if a similar tactic could also get me pictures of things I love seeing portrayed on the LCD/LED/VFD displays on coffee machines? lab equipment?
As technology evolves, so must os tactics. New things become possible and work better than strategies people used to use...
I'm also reminded of a brandname and logo of a particular model of PC clone I was sexually attracted to as a kid... Someone I found on the web STILL HAS ONE OF THESE MACHINES!!! I wonder if he'd send me photos?