Capitalism depends on the skillfulness of cross-perspective recognition. Capitalism is a new world "philosophy" that creates tangible ideas about dialogue between differing opinions. Capitalism grows and prospers when people of differing backgrounds come together to create forums about profit-sharing and peaceful competition.
Capitalism breeds its own forms of archaeological wonders (i.e., ethnic eatery television profiling).
Because capitalism becomes great when differing opinions co-mingle, scholars and adventurers of capitalism study the peculiar mixing of languages in a free market communications environment.
Capitalism heightens therefore the value of language hybridization. We learn about the symbolism value of language when we study the effects of global capitalism.
How then should archaeologists approach the study of language ornaments in the modern world of capitalism gardening?
Modern artifacts that highlight the significance of language signify meaningful archaeological subjects.
For example, avatars in the world of art (i.e., comic books) that present ideas about voice recognition and conversation espionage or language recording (avatars such as Video-Man) reflect a new age rapture about capitalism archaeology.
In the special comic book stylized art franchise "Transformers" (Hasbro), the spy avatar Soundwave boasts in his realm special spy-geared Artificial Intelligence chameleon robot servants that have the capacity to record the communications of enemy signals.
Can we mix capitalism matrix archaeology with the imaginative modern archaeological study of communications avatar toys?