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Posted Tuesday 16th July 2013 03:49 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. commenting on the tale, http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/07/16/hytrust_vmware_inqtel_series_c_investment/
Doing IT for the Money Honey is such a Sweet Sticky <s>Addiction</s> Attraction?

Chui says he is working on scaling the HyTrust business right now and might entertain the idea of going public a few years down the road.

Go public and lose all leading control is never always a smart move, but it does give the markets another flash cash virtual cow to milk and bilk for ….. well, first, second and anonymous third party paper fortunes, and for many is that all that they can aspire to?!.
And that is the Great Game according to Fiat Capitalism and Crony Mercantilism. It is not though a Great IntelAIgent Game which directs/macro and micromanages the Future and its Derivatives with Noble and Novel Hedges with Media Presentations of Select Subjective Realities, which are Contrived Virtual Realities in/with IT Command and Control.
Hmmm? Now having gone public with a Great IntelAIgent Game, ones private and piratical imagination can run riot with the Implications of its Applications in the Practical Field of Dreams and ZerodDay Vulnerability Exploitations ….. aka Virtually Real Experiences.
* Currently an Active Executive Directive in Sub-Prime Primitive Play.

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Please read the above and understand the significance in Enlightenment …. http://xkcd.com/1238/ ….. with the “kicker” being the truth shared in the statement …”But the rules of writing are like magic spells. If you never acquire them, then not using them says nothing ”  …… and one follows and suffers the dreams and nightmares of others whose hopes and fears are advertised/presented to create their reality …… which makes it and IT a virtual application with practical consequences?

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Of course, in one very essential way, listening to political or social material is different than clinical listening. The neutral stance whose aim is to mobilize and resolve resistance in the patient is out of place in politi- cal listening because the analyst is part of the events of the world. The resistance that is mobilized through psychoanalytic political listening is a very different form of resistance—more akin to the French resistance. As Badiou (2005) has put it: “When all is said and done, all resistance is a rupture in thought through the declaration of what the situation is, and the foundation of a practical possibility opened up through this declara- tion” (p. 8).
An implication in Badiou’s statement is that psychoanalysis—the aim of which is to foster “a rupture in thought through the declaration of what the situation is”—makes possible, and perhaps makes necessary, the opening up of new practical possibilities: political resistance and activism. Badiou (2005) continues:
This does not amount to believing that it is the risk, very serious indeed, which prevents a good many from resisting; it is, on the contrary, the non-thinking of the situation that prevents the risk or the examination of possibilities. Not to resist is not to think; not to think is not to risk risking. (p. 8, emphasis in original)
One of the two stories, then, is the story of how a small group of psychoanalysts used psychoanalytic methods to overcome resistances and join the resistance.http://cryptome.org/2013/07/resistance-to-resistance.pdf
Amen to that …. and thanks for all of the phish for phorming.
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