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January 29, 2011

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Robert Vellani, PhD

As Walter Benjamin argues in “Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction,” the original object or artifact has the “aura” that ensures its monetary value or value in cultural capital. The latter is what you refer to using the Lagerfeld photo. At this link, you will find a piece from August of last year on iPads in disguise as weathered, leather-bound books. No, you cannot tell that someone is a book person unless you can view their on-line library just as you cannot determine a person’s musical tastes by fumbling through their CD or record collection. It is interesting to note that ownership alone of a device carries no cultural capital. All this argues for the continuation of “live” conversation, as the 140 character tag line isn’t enough to communicate the depth of one’s cultural capital.

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