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In this way, the Internet's pervasive co-presence with real world processes, ends up reminding us of the fact that our experience of duration is now a layered thing.We now have more than one clock, running in more than one direction, at more than one speeds.In those dark days of disconnect, in the early years of the final decade of the last century in Delhi, we plugged into each other's nervous systems by passing a book from one hand to another, by writing in each other's notebooks. At the simplest level, the Internet expanded our already capacious, triangulated nervous system to touch the nerves and synapses of a changing and chaotic world.

: , : 2010: Inzest, Hardcore, Old and Young, MILF, All Sex : -.We are a collective of three people who began thinking together, almost twenty years ago, before any one of us ever touched a computer, or had logged on to the Internet. We became each other's databases and servers, leaning on each other's memories, multiplying, amplifying and anchoring the things we could imagine by sharing our dreams, our speculations and our curiosities.Nothing can be consigned to amnesia, even though it may appear to be insignificant.Conversely, no matter how important a statement may have appeared when it was first uttered, its significance is compromised by the fact that it is ultimately filed away as just another datum, a pebble, in a growing mountain range.What happens down our streets becomes as present in our lives as what happens down our modems.

This makes us present in vital and existential ways to what might be happening at great distance, but it also brings with it the possibility of a disconnect with what is happening around us, or near us, if they happen not to be online.

The Internet expands the horizon of every utterance or expressive act to a potentially planetary level.

This makes it impossible to imagine a purely local context or public for anything that anyone creates today.

We cannot view our public any longer as being arrayed along familiar and predictable lines.

The public for our work, for any work that positions itself anywhere vis-a-vis the global digital commons is now a set of concentric and overlapping circles, arranged along the ripples produced by pebbles thrown into the fluid mass of the Internet.

The significance, worth or import of one's statements is no longer automatically tied to the physical facts of one's location along a still unequal geo-political map.