The internet has created roads through which capital can flow where none before existed. The telephone line is becoming the most fundamental pathway of capital. From emails, to faxes, to phone calls, and websites, capital increasingly carries out its spectacular regime via the telephone. Increasingly, we are encouraged to consume on the internet and even over the phone, so that the space of spectacularity (where the advertisement, promotion and exhibition of objects takes place) and the space of consumption have lost their distinction. It is no longer of being overwhelmed by television advertisements and rushing off to the store to buy commodities . Rather, as the advertisement flashes before us, we can fill out a form to purchase the spectacle -- the commodity that lies somewhere beyond its digitalized reproduction.