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Money and printing virtual money via bank card agreements
secured bank card
Image by Julian Partridge
* "money printing" occurs on an invisible however huge scale via creditcard limit take-up; shock connect to financial recovery and task creation!

Risk designers:

* virtual money "printing" is certainly caused by deregulated and de-centralised

* credit score is a gamble on Mr X’s future debt payment overall performance

* Mr X credit score just isn’t in addition to the "bond purchaser"

* no exposure of quality of Mr X’s task forecast

* no presence of quality of Mr the’s enterprise forecast

* Mr A is effortlessly the business and credit card operator combined

* development is dependant on increasing Mr X’s financial obligation

* debt is used for usage maybe not investment

* unlike HP, credit just isn’t supported by safe assets

* usage is vulnerable to style changes and resource shortages

* consumption is at risk of perception of private indebtedness

* if earnings tend to be paid via credit cards also then ratio of virtual cash : legal-tender becomes endless

* if credit history is not based on genuine prospects for legal-tender generation [ie productive premium work] then the system becomes totally speculation-driven

* if Mr X’s work is based on Mr the’s wide range [eg whenever monetary services head the commonwealth pyramid] then work vulnerability is increased [suspect that is cause for even worse damage being caused to British economic climate rather than Germany’s]

Observations:

The credit crunch is visible as a massive throttling back of digital money printing by the world Plc – ie a huge reverse quantitative reducing event.

Government quantitative easing are unable to offset this while they just handle a small percentage regarding the digital money in blood supply.

Basically digital money is backed from the valuation associated with work customers when it comes to populace.

Therefore money safety is directly associated with task security: zero-unemployment guarantee is crucial to financial success overall. And data recovery [without a complete re-engineering with this system] is straight connected to real work creation.

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#openREDthink
@julianpRED
julianpRED@gmail.com

Richard Wilkins
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Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Real Time Songs Photographer
Legally Blonde The Musical starts at Celebrity, Sydney

GALA GLOBE AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE
PURPLE CARPET ARRIVALS AND AFTER CELEBRATION

Media tend to be invited to cover the Purple Carpet arrivals at the Gala Australian Premiere associated with the leading musical LEGALLY BLONDE on Thursday October 4, 2012. Guests within opening evening feature NSW Minister for Major Activities and Arts George Souris; X Factor judges Mel B and Natalie Bassingthwaite; Adam Garcia; Danielle Spencer; Home and Away’s Dan Ewing, Lisa Gormley, David Jones Roberts and Rhiannon Fish; Triple J break fast team Tom Ballard and Alex Dyson; MTV’s Keiynan Lonsdale, Kate Peck and Jules Sebastian; tv characters David Campbell, Michael Caton, Laura Csortan, Gigi Edgley, Josh Horner and Kerri-Anne Kennerley; stars of music theatre including Kelley Abbey, Simon Burke, Bobby Fox, Amanda Harrison and Ian Stenlake; alongside the UK producer of LEGALLY BLONDE Howard Panter and his Australian co-producer John Frost.

Sydney will continue to secure top notch entertainment thanks to our pals within celebrity and Lyric, therefore we encourage one to discover exactly what all the hassle is all about.

Enhance…

OPENING EVENING GUESTS feature:

Kelley Abbey
Mel B
Tom Ballard
Natalie Bassingthwaite
Angela Bishop
Simon Burke
Tina Bursill
David Campbell
Michael Caton
Michael Cormick
Laura Csortan
Paulini Curuenavuli
Andrew Daddo
Lochie Daddo
Chloe Dallimore
Lorrae Desmond
Alex Dyson
Gigi Edgley
Dan Ewing
Rhiannon Fish
Bobby Fox
Mia Freedman
Adam Garcia
Mark Geyer
Julie Lea Goodwin
Lisa Gormley
Amanda Harrison
Nancye Hayes
Josh Horner
George Houvardes
Verity Hunt-Ballard
Bartholomew John
David Jones Roberts
Kerri-Anne Kennerley
Toni Lamond
Damien Leith
Keiynan Lonsdale
Stephen Mahy
Reece Maston
Andrew McFarlane
Marney McQueen
Sharon Millerchip
Ben Mingay
Tara Morice
Peter Morrissey
Amanda Muggleton
Callan Mulvey
Timomatic
Stephen Webpage
Kate Peck
Ed Phillips
Kathryn Robinson
Jordan Rodrigues
Magdalena Roze
Anne Sanders
Jules Sebastian
The Hon George Souris
Danielle Spencer
Ian Stenlake
Erik Thomson
Maria Venuti
Brian Walsh
Richard Wilkins
Gus Worland

On the basis of the hit film of the identical name featuring Reese Witherspoon, LEGALLY BLONDE may be the award-winning London and Broadway feeling produced by a top-of-their-class innovative group, led by Tony Award-winning manager and Olivier Award-nominated choreographer Jerry Mitchell (Hairspray). LEGALLY BLONDE went for three victorious years in the western End, over two years on Broadway and is currently on an important UNITED KINGDOM journey playing to packed houses. Winner of seven major awards like the coveted ideal New Musical 2011 (Olivier Awards®) all of this singing, all dancing intimate comedy is about understanding who you are and showing that which you’ve got!

The Australian Premiere of this award-winning Broadway and western End sensation ended up being secured for Sydney utilizing the assistance of the NSW national through Destination NSW additionally the City of Sydney.

The Sydney Lyric Theatre will probably be number on popular music ‘Legally Blonde’.

Legally Blonde The Musical is the hilarious story of university sweetheart and homecoming queen, Elle Woods – a lady whon’t just take no for an answer. Whenever the woman boyfriend dumps the girl for somebody "serious", Elle sets down the credit card, strikes the books and heads for Harvard Law class! On the way, she demonstrates that becoming real to your self never ever fades of style.

Legally Blonde The Musical – Winner of Best Musical 2011 Olivier Awards and a smash hit working into its third 12 months from the West End was created by a world-class creative team led by Tony Award-winning director Jerry Mitchell.

Based on the film featuring Reese Witherspoon and staying real on script, Legally Blonde the Musical is a feel-good number with a ’90s feel.

College lover Elle heads to law college to win back her boyfriend Warner after he dumps her for somebody more severe, only to graduate top of the woman class and discover a far better love interest.

Warner, also, discovers the nerve to dump family members objectives of a career in-law and politics and go after their true calling as a design.

"i have seen it on Broadway and also the western End and it is great. It really does perform some movie justice," leading actress Lucy Durack says.

"I adore the role of Elle. Up to she seems like she hasn’t an attention on the planet, folks are unkind to the lady and assess the girl and she struggles with that.

"But she takes a confident path and rises above it. She does not make the reasonable roadway, previously. The whole show is a celebration – be who you really are, the most effective form of yourself, and get proud."

Websites

Legally Blonde The Musical (Australia)
www.legallyblonde.com.au

The Celebrity
www.star.com.au

Sydney Lyric Theatre
www.sydneylyric.com.au

Echo Entertainment
www.echoentertainment.com.au

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Songs Information Australia
www.musicnewsaustralia.com

internet protocol address Publicity
www.ippublicity.com.au

What is the Best Secured Credit Card? (2017)

What is the Best Secured Credit Card? (2017)

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Automated Postal Center and new Priority Mail box display

Automated Postal Center and new Priority Mail box display

Some cool secured credit card images:

Automated Postal Center and new Priority Mail box display
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Image by Aranami
The automated postal center is a custom-made platform by Wincor-Nixdorf based on one of their indoor ATM designs (a version of which can often be seen as a Chase ATM inside certain Target stores). It has an online internet-based connection that, according to the guy servicing it, interacts with postal systems in Washington D.C. through a secure connection.

The scale on the left was custom made just for the Post Office. It can support up to 200lbs, is accurate to a fraction of an ounce and is legal for trade. The scale is the big metal square on the left, there are also ruler markings embossed onto the metal edging on the platform.

There are three thermal label printers on the bottom. The leftmost slot dispenses package labels, these are the common 4"x6" vertical labels you see with the address and confirmation barcodes. The one labeled "forms" in the middle dispenses a combined Return Receipt and Certified Mail labels; the same label prints if you buy any of these services, and it has instructions on how to tear off and apply only the one’s you’ve paid for. Both of these print from rolls.

The "postage" slot underneath the screen dispenses 18-stamp "ATM stamp" panes of Forever Stamps. It can also dispense other denominations of stamps as IBI-stamps on tiny slips of sticker paper that are about 1.5" by 3". The IBI (Information Based Indicia) stamps have an DataMatrix barcode similar to the ones seen on the 4"x6" labels and on postage meters, however, these stamps can be used at any time.

Like PC postage stamps, APC stamps identify packages from a "known mailer" and may be used to mail items over 13 ounces without taking the package to a retail counter. This is because the APC takes your photo and only accepts credit/debit cards.

The camera is the black square under the screen in the center of the APC, and captures a still image when you reach the payment options screen. These images are retained for an unknown amount of time (the postal employee said he didn’t know how long) to deter fraud and prohibited materials. The APC also has software that measures the image and will not let you proceed to the payment screen if the image is too dark or the camera is not functional. So if you want to anonymously mail a bunch of fireworks and illegal drugs with your boss’s credit card, you’re out of luck.

Available services include:
Sending Domestic mail at most retail rates, including Package Services, First Class, Priority and Express, as long as it fits in the special chute at the right
Sending International mail for envelopes containing documents and correspondence only
Delivery Confirmation, Insured Mail, Certified Mail, Return receipt (electronic and physical)
Calculating rates for any package you are allowed to send with the APC
Sending packages with partial postage already on it (minimum purchase .00)
Buying sheets of 18 Forever stamps
Buying variable-denominated IBI postage stamps (minimum total .00)
Renew PO Box

Postal services that the APC does NOT provide:
Signature Confirmation (why?) – you may purchase a similar Return Receipt Electronic service only with Certified Mail or Insurance Over 0
International packages
Registered Mail
PO Box Application (available on the web, present ID to pick up keys)
Money Orders, DineroSeguro or any other financial services
Any packages that do not fit completed in the chute

Note: APC doesn’t take cash. There is a minimum purchase for credit card transactions.

Kerri anne Kennerley, Carmelo Pizzino
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Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Legally Blonde The Musical opens at The Star, Sydney

GALA WORLD AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE
PURPLE CARPET ARRIVALS AND AFTER PARTY

Media are invited to cover the Purple Carpet arrivals at the Gala Australian Premiere of the award winning musical LEGALLY BLONDE on Thursday October 4, 2012. Guests at the opening night include NSW Minister for Major Events and the Arts George Souris; X Factor judges Mel B and Natalie Bassingthwaite; Adam Garcia; Danielle Spencer; Home and Away’s Dan Ewing, Lisa Gormley, David Jones Roberts and Rhiannon Fish; Triple J breakfast team Tom Ballard and Alex Dyson; MTV’s Keiynan Lonsdale, Kate Peck and Jules Sebastian; television personalities David Campbell, Michael Caton, Laura Csortan, Gigi Edgley, Josh Horner and Kerri-Anne Kennerley; stars of musical theatre including Kelley Abbey, Simon Burke, Bobby Fox, Amanda Harrison and Ian Stenlake; alongside the UK producer of LEGALLY BLONDE Howard Panter and his Australian co-producer John Frost.

Sydney continues to secure world class entertainment thanks to our friends at The Star and Lyric, and we encourage you to check out what all the fuss is about.

Update…

OPENING NIGHT GUESTS include:

Kelley Abbey
Mel B
Tom Ballard
Natalie Bassingthwaite
Angela Bishop
Simon Burke
Tina Bursill
David Campbell
Michael Caton
Michael Cormick
Laura Csortan
Paulini Curuenavuli
Andrew Daddo
Lochie Daddo
Chloe Dallimore
Lorrae Desmond
Alex Dyson
Gigi Edgley
Dan Ewing
Rhiannon Fish
Bobby Fox
Mia Freedman
Adam Garcia
Mark Geyer
Julie Lea Goodwin
Lisa Gormley
Amanda Harrison
Nancye Hayes
Josh Horner
George Houvardes
Verity Hunt-Ballard
Bartholomew John
David Jones Roberts
Kerri-Anne Kennerley
Toni Lamond
Damien Leith
Keiynan Lonsdale
Stephen Mahy
Reece Maston
Andrew McFarlane
Marney McQueen
Sharon Millerchip
Ben Mingay
Tara Morice
Peter Morrissey
Amanda Muggleton
Callan Mulvey
Timomatic
Stephen Page
Kate Peck
Ed Phillips
Kathryn Robinson
Jordan Rodrigues
Magdalena Roze
Anne Sanders
Jules Sebastian
The Hon George Souris
Danielle Spencer
Ian Stenlake
Erik Thomson
Maria Venuti
Brian Walsh
Richard Wilkins
Gus Worland

Based on the hit movie of the same name starring Reese Witherspoon, LEGALLY BLONDE is the award-winning London and Broadway sensation created by a top-of-their-class creative team, led by Tony Award-winning director and Olivier Award-nominated choreographer Jerry Mitchell (Hairspray). LEGALLY BLONDE ran for three triumphant years in the West End, over two years on Broadway and is currently on a major UK Tour playing to packed houses. Winner of seven major awards including the coveted Best New Musical 2011 (Olivier Awards®) this all singing, all dancing romantic comedy is about knowing who you are and showing what you’ve got!

The Australian Premiere of this award-winning Broadway and West End sensation was secured for Sydney with the assistance of the NSW Government through Destination NSW and the City of Sydney.

The Sydney Lyric Theatre is going to be host to the famous musical ‘Legally Blonde’.

Legally Blonde The Musical is the hilarious story of college sweetheart and homecoming queen, Elle Woods – a girl who doesn’t take no for an answer. When her boyfriend dumps her for someone "serious", Elle puts down the credit card, hits the books and heads for Harvard Law School! Along the way, she proves that being true to yourself never goes out of style.

Legally Blonde The Musical – Winner of Best Musical 2011 Olivier Awards and a smash hit running into its third year on the West End was created by a world-class creative team led by Tony Award-winning director Jerry Mitchell.

Based on the movie starring Reese Witherspoon and remaining true to the script, Legally Blonde the Musical is a feel-good number with a ’90s feel.

College sweetheart Elle heads off to law school to win back her boyfriend Warner after he dumps her for someone more serious, only to graduate top of her class and find a far better love interest.

Warner, too, finds the courage to dump family expectations of a career in law and politics and pursue his true calling as a model.

"I’ve seen it on Broadway and the West End and it’s great. It really does do the movie justice," leading actress Lucy Durack says.

"I love the role of Elle. As much as she looks like she hasn’t a care in the world, people are unkind to her and judge her and she struggles with that.

"But she takes a positive path and rises above it. She doesn’t take the low road, ever. The whole show is a celebration – be who you are, the best version of yourself, and be proud."

Websites

Legally Blonde The Musical (Australia)
www.legallyblonde.com.au

The Star
www.star.com.au

Sydney Lyric Theatre
www.sydneylyric.com.au

Echo Entertainment
www.echoentertainment.com.au

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Music News Australia
www.musicnewsaustralia.com

IP Publicity
www.ippublicity.com.au

Legally Blonde Opening Night
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Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Legally Blonde The Musical opens at The Star, Sydney

GALA WORLD AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE
PURPLE CARPET ARRIVALS AND AFTER PARTY

Media are invited to cover the Purple Carpet arrivals at the Gala Australian Premiere of the award winning musical LEGALLY BLONDE on Thursday October 4, 2012. Guests at the opening night include NSW Minister for Major Events and the Arts George Souris; X Factor judges Mel B and Natalie Bassingthwaite; Adam Garcia; Danielle Spencer; Home and Away’s Dan Ewing, Lisa Gormley, David Jones Roberts and Rhiannon Fish; Triple J breakfast team Tom Ballard and Alex Dyson; MTV’s Keiynan Lonsdale, Kate Peck and Jules Sebastian; television personalities David Campbell, Michael Caton, Laura Csortan, Gigi Edgley, Josh Horner and Kerri-Anne Kennerley; stars of musical theatre including Kelley Abbey, Simon Burke, Bobby Fox, Amanda Harrison and Ian Stenlake; alongside the UK producer of LEGALLY BLONDE Howard Panter and his Australian co-producer John Frost.

Sydney continues to secure world class entertainment thanks to our friends at The Star and Lyric, and we encourage you to check out what all the fuss is about.

Update…

OPENING NIGHT GUESTS include:

Kelley Abbey
Mel B
Tom Ballard
Natalie Bassingthwaite
Angela Bishop
Simon Burke
Tina Bursill
David Campbell
Michael Caton
Michael Cormick
Laura Csortan
Paulini Curuenavuli
Andrew Daddo
Lochie Daddo
Chloe Dallimore
Lorrae Desmond
Alex Dyson
Gigi Edgley
Dan Ewing
Rhiannon Fish
Bobby Fox
Mia Freedman
Adam Garcia
Mark Geyer
Julie Lea Goodwin
Lisa Gormley
Amanda Harrison
Nancye Hayes
Josh Horner
George Houvardes
Verity Hunt-Ballard
Bartholomew John
David Jones Roberts
Kerri-Anne Kennerley
Toni Lamond
Damien Leith
Keiynan Lonsdale
Stephen Mahy
Reece Maston
Andrew McFarlane
Marney McQueen
Sharon Millerchip
Ben Mingay
Tara Morice
Peter Morrissey
Amanda Muggleton
Callan Mulvey
Timomatic
Stephen Page
Kate Peck
Ed Phillips
Kathryn Robinson
Jordan Rodrigues
Magdalena Roze
Anne Sanders
Jules Sebastian
The Hon George Souris
Danielle Spencer
Ian Stenlake
Erik Thomson
Maria Venuti
Brian Walsh
Richard Wilkins
Gus Worland

Based on the hit movie of the same name starring Reese Witherspoon, LEGALLY BLONDE is the award-winning London and Broadway sensation created by a top-of-their-class creative team, led by Tony Award-winning director and Olivier Award-nominated choreographer Jerry Mitchell (Hairspray). LEGALLY BLONDE ran for three triumphant years in the West End, over two years on Broadway and is currently on a major UK Tour playing to packed houses. Winner of seven major awards including the coveted Best New Musical 2011 (Olivier Awards®) this all singing, all dancing romantic comedy is about knowing who you are and showing what you’ve got!

The Australian Premiere of this award-winning Broadway and West End sensation was secured for Sydney with the assistance of the NSW Government through Destination NSW and the City of Sydney.

The Sydney Lyric Theatre is going to be host to the famous musical ‘Legally Blonde’.

Legally Blonde The Musical is the hilarious story of college sweetheart and homecoming queen, Elle Woods – a girl who doesn’t take no for an answer. When her boyfriend dumps her for someone "serious", Elle puts down the credit card, hits the books and heads for Harvard Law School! Along the way, she proves that being true to yourself never goes out of style.

Legally Blonde The Musical – Winner of Best Musical 2011 Olivier Awards and a smash hit running into its third year on the West End was created by a world-class creative team led by Tony Award-winning director Jerry Mitchell.

Based on the movie starring Reese Witherspoon and remaining true to the script, Legally Blonde the Musical is a feel-good number with a ’90s feel.

College sweetheart Elle heads off to law school to win back her boyfriend Warner after he dumps her for someone more serious, only to graduate top of her class and find a far better love interest.

Warner, too, finds the courage to dump family expectations of a career in law and politics and pursue his true calling as a model.

"I’ve seen it on Broadway and the West End and it’s great. It really does do the movie justice," leading actress Lucy Durack says.

"I love the role of Elle. As much as she looks like she hasn’t a care in the world, people are unkind to her and judge her and she struggles with that.

"But she takes a positive path and rises above it. She doesn’t take the low road, ever. The whole show is a celebration – be who you are, the best version of yourself, and be proud."

Websites

Legally Blonde The Musical (Australia)
www.legallyblonde.com.au

The Star
www.star.com.au

Sydney Lyric Theatre
www.sydneylyric.com.au

Echo Entertainment
www.echoentertainment.com.au

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Music News Australia
www.musicnewsaustralia.com

IP Publicity
www.ippublicity.com.au

What to consider in a Secured bank card

What to consider in a Secured bank card

The secured charge cards are specific type of cards which are issued against collateral. Generally checking account or otherwise added collateral comes in picture when providing a secured card. A limit of secured bank card is very much add up to price or sum for sale in collateral. Its mainly unusual getting credit a lot better than this volume with secured credit card.

The secured charge cards choices tend to be exercised typically by those with the bad credit rating & rating to get it right back regarding the track. Credit granting organizations, inquire for security simply because they look for providing charge cards to people really high-risk. Great utilization of the secured credit card will give card provider confidence to issue the unsecured bank card in name.

The great thing to require using secured charge cards is they have to report the spending practices to 3 primary credit scoring businesses. Odd but correct, not all the the cardholders generally speaking accomplish that. Unless feature is they may be in secured charge card, and it will be of small use for just one attempting to employ it for reconstructing their particular credit score.

Although guaranteed charge cards tend to be been related to security, obtained a couple of costs & terms that’s related to it. Prior to going for card, individuals should examine various APR’s associated with card. If secured prices yearly fee, candidate must try to get one with most affordable amount of the attention rates & yearly costs. Billing period & sophistication period permitted for repayments also needs to be measured. Battling with bad credit situation, last thing you certainly can do with secured card is taking cash in advance thereupon, because cash advance draws high interest rates & cash loan charges.

The care should be taken that secured charge card is actually found in how, which rebuilds the credit score. Also sticking with the payment list like religion, & not indulging with charge card will help good deal obtaining most out from the secured card.

Would Like To Get In Bank Card Swing?

If you would like enter the card sway of things, pursue guaranteed charge card that is ideal for you. It’s going to work like unsecured card. You will need to result in the expenditures (to your credit limit) & pay bill although it will come in.

Just distinction between secured charge card & old-fashioned unsecured cards is guaranteed card is already been secured by family savings although the unsecured cards are not. That make this perfect for understanding the ropes.

Are You Having Credit Card Blues?

Probably the most significant consider deciding whether you need secured charge card if you should be having bank card blues. What exactly are blues? Will you be finding yourself dealing with the frustration every time you would you like to rent the vehicle, guide college accommodation? Could it be because of not enough bank card? Of course therefore, then chances are you need this sort of card.

Having no charge card really can hurt both you and place you straight down but with this sort of card, you’ll be able to re-establish your credit very quickly. If you study on your previous classes and pay your bills off in time, your credit score will capture backup to outstanding score very quickly!

Build your credit these days with a securedcards.com”>secured charge card and find a lot more of Tom’s work all at FINDsecuredcards.com.

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A few nice secured credit card images I found:

007 WATCHES THE HOLOGRAM MONITOR …
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Image by mrbill78636
… as a new and very exciting breakthrough happens on Long Island, New York in the parking lot of a local police station, of all places.

007 had been patiently trying to stay awake during another long and boring surveillance of several contacts being made by operatives of the thin man in the Metropolitan London area, when he received a "red light" alert on his smart phone.

Checking out with the surveillance crew, 007 had his driver rush him back to M6 Headquarters where he quickly entered the surveillance room and sat back on a folding table to watch one of the London abductees, Sarah Hawkins, turn herself into the Long Island Police and ask for protection.

He was amazed as this young executive secretary, abducted from the Anderson-Clayton Tower several weeks ago, walked calmly into the parking lot of the police station, approached an officer who was going off duty. She simply said, "I have been kidnapped and have escaped and need your protection."

007 watched as the offficer immediately looked in all directions, with his hand on his holstered Beretta 9mm, replying, "Mam, just follow me, please."

Sarah mumbled a "Thank you" and followed him into the building.

While watching the sequence for the third time, 007 phoned Interpol on his smart phone and instructed them to get in touch with Long Island Police and see how quickly they could get Sarah back to London. He knew the Long Island police would be reluctant to release Sarah until they were sure she would be safe not only in transit, but at her destination, after all, it was London where the crime took place.

Long Island’s reply was they felt they could finish their investigation in three days, if there was no evidence the abductors were in their jurisdiction and that no "spin-off" crimes had happened within their jurisdictional contol area.

Fortunately, Sarah had her passport and was "good to go" as soon as Long Island closed their investigation.

007 was chomping at the bit to interview Sarah and hesitated to do it by satellite fearing there might be a leak of information and he didn’t even want to share his investigative case with the Long Island Police, so he waited.

The surprise for Long Island Police was that Sarah had a passport in the first place and even more surprised when they found she had escaped from the Dominican Republic into first Haiti, then took a flight to Cuba, where her British passport was welcome and then to Mexico City, from whence she flew to New York City. Once in New York, she simply got to the subway and rode it almost to the end of the line which turned out to be Long Island. "How in the world did you do that?" was the only question the New York investigators and the local FBI special agents had for her. "You had your own credit cards?" There was much shaking of heads that day.

M6 decided Sarah had been at risk on public transportation long enough and secured an RAF flight to bring her back to London.

007 sat at his computer monitor, impatiently playing solitaire, while waiting for Sarah’s return.

Holography
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Identigram as a security element in a German Identity card (Personalausweis)Holography (from the Greek, ὅλος-hólos whole + γραφή-grafē writing, drawing) is a technique that allows the light scattered from an object to be recorded and later reconstructed so that it appears as if the object is in the same position relative to the recording medium as it was when recorded. The image changes as the position and orientation of the viewing system changes in exactly the same way as if the object were still present, thus making the recorded image (hologram) appear three dimensional.

The technique of holography can also be used to optically store, retrieve, and process information. While holography is commonly used to display static 3-D pictures, it is not yet possible to generate arbitrary scenes by a holographic volumetric display.

A Bitcoin You Can Flip
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Image by jurvetson
My son has become fascinated with bitcoins, and so I had to get him a tangible one for Xmas (thanks Sim1!). The public key is imprinted visibly on the tamper-evident holographic film, and the private key lies underneath.

I too was fascinated by digital cash back in college, and more specifically by the asymmetric mathematical transforms underlying public-key crypto and digital blind signatures.

I remembered a technical paper I wrote, but could not find it. A desktop search revealed an essay that I completely forgot, something that I had recovered from my archives of floppy discs (while I still could).

It is an article I wrote for the school newspaper in 1994. Ironically, Microsoft Word could not open this ancient Microsoft Word file format, but the free text editors could.

What a fun time capsule, below, with some choice naivetés…

I am trying to reconstruct what I was thinking, and wondering if it makes any sense. I think I was arguing that a bulletproof framework for digital cash (and what better testing ground) could be used to secure a digital container for executable code on a rental basis. So the expression of an idea — the specific code, or runtime service — is locked in a secure container. The idea would be to prevent copying instead of punishing after the fact. Micro-currency and micro-code seem like similar exercises in regulating the single use of an issued number.

Now that the Bitcoin experiment is underway, do you know of anyone writing about it as an alternative framework for intellectual property?

IP and Digital Cash
@NORMAL:
Digital Cash and the “Intellectual Property” Oxymoron
By Steve Jurvetson

Many of us will soon be working in the information services or technology industries which are currently tangled in a bramble patch of intellectual property law. As the law struggles to find coherency and an internally-consistent logic for intellectual property (IP) protection, digital encryption technologies may provide a better solution — from the perspective of reducing litigation, exploiting the inherent benefits of an information-based business model, and preserving a free economy of ideas.
Bullet-proof digital cash technology, which is now emerging, can provide a protected “cryptographic container” for intellectual expressions, thereby preserving traditional notions of intellectual property that protect specific instantiations of an idea rather than the idea itself. For example, it seems reasonable that Intuit should be able to protect against the widespread duplication of their Quicken software (the expression of an idea), but they should not be able to patent the underlying idea of single-entry bookkeeping. There are strong economic incentives for digital cash to develop and for those techniques to be adapted for IP protection — to create a protected container or expression of an idea. The rapid march of information technology has strained the evolution of IP law, but rather than patching the law, information technology itself may provide a more coherent solution.

Information Wants To Be Free
Currently, IP law is enigmatic because it is expanding to a domain for which it was not initially intended. In developing the U.S. Constitution, Thomas Jefferson argued that ideas should freely transverse the globe, and that ideas were fundamentally different from material goods. He concluded that “Inventions then cannot, in nature, be a subject of property.” The issues surrounding IP come into sharp focus as we shift to being more of an information-based economy.
The use of e-mail and local TV footage helps disseminate information around the globe and can be a force for democracy — as seen in the TV footage from Chechen, the use of modems in Prague during the Velvet Revolution, and the e-mail and TV from Tianammen Square. Even Gorbachev used a video camera to show what was happening after he was kidnapped. What appears to be an inherent force for democracy runs into problems when it becomes the subject of property.
As higher-level programming languages become more like natural languages, it will become increasingly difficult to distinguish the idea from the code. Language precedes thought, as Jean-Louis Gassée is fond of saying, and our language is the framework for the formulation and expression of our ideas. Restricting software will increasingly be indistinguishable from restricting freedom of speech.
An economy of ideas and human attention depends on the continuous and free exchange of ideas. Because of the associative nature of memory processes, no idea is detached from others. This begs the question, is intellectual property an oxymoron?

Intellectual Property Law is a Patch
John Perry Barlow, former Grateful Dead lyricist and co-founder (with Mitch Kapor) of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, argues that “Intellectual property law cannot be patched, retrofitted or expanded to contain digitized expression… Faith in law will not be an effective strategy for high-tech companies. Law adapts by continuous increments and at a pace second only to geology. Technology advances in lunging jerks. Real-world conditions will continue to change at a blinding pace, and the law will lag further behind, more profoundly confused. This mismatch may prove impossible to overcome.”
From its origins in the Industrial Revolution where the invention of tools took on a new importance, patent and copyright law has protected the physical conveyance of an idea, and not the idea itself. The physical expression is like a container for an idea. But with the emerging information superhighway, the “container” is becoming more ethereal, and it is disappearing altogether. Whether it’s e-mail today, or the future goods of the Information Age, the “expressions” of ideas will be voltage conditions darting around the net, very much like thoughts. The fleeting copy of an image in RAM is not very different that the fleeting image on the retina.
The digitization of all forms of information — from books to songs to images to multimedia — detaches information from the physical plane where IP law has always found definition and precedent. Patents cannot be granted for abstract ideas or algorithms, yet courts have recently upheld the patentability of software as long as it is operating a physical machine or causing a physical result. Copyright law is even more of a patch. The U.S. Copyright Act of 1976 requires that works be fixed in a durable medium, and where an idea and its expression are inseparable, the merger doctrine dictates that the expression cannot be copyrighted. E-mail is not currently copyrightable because it is not a reduction to tangible form. So of course, there is a proposal to amend these copyright provisions. In recent rulings, Lotus won its case that Borland’s Quattro Pro spreadsheet copied elements of Lotus 123’s look and feel, yet Apple lost a similar case versus Microsoft and HP. As Professor Bagley points out in her new text, “It is difficult to reconcile under the total concept and feel test the results in the Apple and Lotus cases.” Given the inconsistencies and economic significance of these issues, it is no surprise that swarms of lawyers are studying to practice in the IP arena.
Back in the early days of Microsoft, Bill Gates wrote an inflammatory “Open Letter to Hobbyists” in which he alleged that “most of you steal your software … and should be kicked out of any club meeting you show up at.” He presented the economic argument that piracy prevents proper profit streams and “prevents good software from being written.” Now we have Windows.
But seriously, if we continue to believe that the value of information is based on scarcity, as it is with physical objects, we will continue to patch laws that are contrary to the nature of information, which in many cases increases in value with distribution. Small, fast moving companies (like Netscape and Id) protect their ideas by getting to the marketplace quicker than their larger competitors who base their protection on fear and litigation.
The patent office is woefully understaffed and unable to judge the nuances of software. Comptons was initially granted a patent that covered virtually all multimedia technology. When they tried to collect royalties, Microsoft pushed the Patent Office to overturn the patent. In 1992, Software Advertising Corp received a patent for “displaying and integrating commercial advertisements with computer software.” That’s like patenting the concept of a radio commercial. In 1993, a DEC engineer received a patent on just two lines of machine code commonly used in object-oriented programming. CompuServe announced this month that they plan to collect royalties on the widely used GIF file format for images.
The Patent Office has issued well over 12,000 software patents, and a programmer can unknowingly be in violation of any them. Microsoft had to pay 0MM to STAC in February 1994 for violating their patent on data compression. The penalties can be costly, but so can a patent search. Many of the software patents don’t have the words “computer,” “software,” “program,” or “algorithm” in their abstracts. “Software patents turn every decision you make while writing a program into a legal risk,” says Richard Stallman, founder of the League for Programming Freedom. “They make writing a large program like crossing a minefield. Each step has a small chance of stepping on a patent and blowing you up.” The very notion of seventeen years of patent protection in the fast moving software industry seems absurd. MS-DOS did not exist seventeen years ago.
IP law faces the additional wrinkle of jurisdictional issues. Where has an Internet crime taken place? In the country or state in which the computer server resides? Many nations do not have the same intellectual property laws as the U.S. Even within the U.S., the law can be tough to enforce; for example, a group of music publishers sued CompuServe for the digital distribution of copyrighted music. A complication is that CompuServe has no knowledge of the activity since it occurs in the flood of bits transferring between its subscribers
The tension seen in making digital copies revolves around the issue of property. But unlike the theft of material goods, copying does not deprive the owner of their possessions. With digital piracy, it is less a clear ethical issue of theft, and more an abstract notion that you are undermining the business model of an artist or software developer. The distinction between ethics and laws often revolves around their enforceability. Before copy machines, it was hard to make a book, and so it was obvious and visible if someone was copying your work. In the digital age, copying is lightning fast and difficult to detect. Given ethical ambiguity, convenience, and anonymity, it is no wonder we see a cultural shift with regard to digital ethics.

Piracy, Plagiarism and Pilfering
We copy music. We are seldom diligent with our footnotes. We wonder where we’ve seen Strat-man’s PIE and the four slices before. We forward e-mail that may contain text from a copyrighted news publication. The SCBA estimates that 51% of satellite dishes have illegal descramblers. John Perry Barlow estimates that 90% of personal hard drives have some pirated software on them.
Or as last month’s Red Herring editorial points out, “this atmosphere of electronic piracy seems to have in turn spawned a freer attitude than ever toward good old-fashioned plagiarism.” Articles from major publications and WSJ columns appear and circulate widely on the Internet. Computer Pictures magazine replicated a complete article on multimedia databases from New Media magazine, and then publicly apologized.
Music and voice samples are an increasingly common art form, from 2 Live Crew to Negativland to local bands like Voice Farm and Consolidated. Peter Gabriel embraces the shift to repositioned content; “Traditionally, the artist has been the final arbiter of his work. He delivered it and it stood on its own. In the interactive world, artists will also be the suppliers of information and collage material, which people can either accept as is, or manipulate to create their own art. It’s part of the shift from skill-based work to decision-making and editing work.”
But many traditionalists resist the change. Museums are hesitant to embrace digital art because it is impossible to distinguish the original from a copy; according to a curator at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, “The art world is scared to death of this stuff.” The Digital Audio Tape debate also illustrated the paranoia; the music industry first insisted that these DAT recorders had to purposely introduce static into the digital copies they made, and then they settled for an embedded code that limited the number of successive copies that could be made from the a master source.
For a healthier reaction, look at the phenomenally successful business models of Mosaic/Netscape and Id Software, the twisted creator of Doom. Just as McAfee built a business on shareware, Netscape and Id encourage widespread free distribution of their product. But once you want support from Netscape, or the higher levels of the Doom game, then you have to pay. For industries with strong demand-side economies of scale, such as Netscape web browsers or Safe-TCL intelligent agents, the creators have exploited the economies of information distribution. Software products are especially susceptible to increasing returns with scale, as are networking products and most of the information technology industries.
Yet, the Software Publishers Association reports that 1993 worldwide losses to piracy of business application software totaled .45 billion. They also estimated that 89% of software units in Korea were counterfeit. And China has 29 factories, some state-owned, that press 75 million pirated CDs per year, largely for export. GATT will impose the U.S. notions of intellectual property on a world that sees the issue very differently.
Clearly there are strong economic incentives to protect intellectual property, and reasonable arguments can be made for software patents and digital copyright, but the complexities of legal enforcement will be outrun and potentially obviated by the relatively rapid developments of another technology, digital cash and cryptography.

Digital Cash and the IP Lock
Digital cash is in some ways an extreme example of digital “property” — since it cannot be copied, it is possessed by one entity at a time, and it is static and non-perishable. If the techniques for protecting against pilferage and piracy work in the domain of cash, then they can be used to “protect” other properties by being embedded in them. If I wanted to copy-protect an “original” work of digital art, digital cash techniques be used as the “container” to protect intellectual property in the old style. A bullet-proof digital cash scheme would inevitably be adapted by those who stand to gain from the current system. Such as Bill Gates.
Several companies are developing technologies for electronic commerce. On January 12, several High-Tech Club members attended the Cybermania conference on electronic commerce with the CEOs of Intuit, CyberCash, Enter TV and The Lightspan Partnership. According to Scott Cook, CEO of Intuit, the motivations for digital cash are anonymity and efficient small-transaction Internet commerce. Anonymity preserves our privacy in the age of increasingly intrusive “database marketing” based on credit card purchase patterns and other personal information. Of course, it also has tax-evasion implications. For Internet commerce, cash is more efficient and easier to use than a credit card for small transactions.
“A lot of people will spend nickels on the Internet,” says Dan Lynch of CyberCash. Banks will soon exchange your current cash for cyber-tokens, or a “bag of bits” which you can spend freely on the Internet. A competitor based in the Netherlands called DigiCash has a Web page with numerous articles on electronic money and fully functional demo of their technology. You can get some free cash from them and spend it at some of their allied vendors.
Digital cash is a compelling technology. Wired magazine calls it the “killer application for electronic networks which will change the global economy.” Handling and fraud costs for the paper money system are growing as digital color copiers and ATMs proliferate. Donald Gleason, President of the Smart Card Enterprise unit of Electronic Payment Services argues that “Cash is a nightmare. It costs money handlers in the U.S. alone approximately billion a year to move the stuff… Bills and coinage will increasingly be replaced by some sort of electronic equivalent.” Even a Citibank VP, Sholom Rosen, agrees that “There are going to be winners and losers, but everybody is going to play.”
The digital cash schemes use a blind digital signature and a central repository to protect against piracy and privacy violations. On the privacy issue, the techniques used have been mathematically proven to be protected against privacy violations. The bank cannot trace how the cash is being used or who is using it. Embedded in these schemes are powerful digital cryptography techniques which have recently been spread in the commercial domain (RSA Data Security is a leader in this field and will be speaking to the High Tech Club on January 19).
To protect against piracy requires some extra work. As soon as I have a digital bill on my Mac hard drive, I will want to make a copy, and I can. (Many companies have busted their picks trying to copy protect files from hackers. It will never work.). The difference is that I can only spend the bill once. The copy is worthless. This is possible because every bill has a unique encrypted identifier. In spending the bill, my computer checks with the centralized repository which verifies that my particular bill is still unspent. Once I spend it, it cannot be spent again. As with many electronic transactions today, the safety of the system depends on the integrity of a centralized computer, or what Dan Lynch calls “the big database in the sky.”
One of the most important limitations of the digital cash techniques is that they are tethered to a transaction between at least three parties — a buyer, seller and central repository. So, to use such a scheme to protect intellectual property, would require networked computers and “live” files that have to dial up and check in with the repository to be operational. There are many compelling applications for this, including voter registration, voting tabulation, and the registration of digital artwork originals.
When I asked Dan Lynch about the use of his technology for intellectual property protection, he agreed that the bits that now represent a bill could be used for any number of things, from medical records to photographs. A digital photograph could hide a digital signature in its low-order bits, and it would be imperceptible to the user. But those bits could be used with a registry of proper image owners, and could be used to prove misappropriation or sampling of the image by others.
Technology author Steven Levy has been researching cryptography for Wired magazine, and he responded to my e-mail questions with the reply “You are on the right track in thinking that crypto can preserve IP. I know of several attempts to forward plans to do so.” Digital cash may provide a “crypto-container” to preserve traditional notions of intellectual property.
The transaction tether limits the short-term applicability of these schemes for software copy protection. They won’t work on an isolated computer. This certainly would slow its adoption for mobile computers since the wireless networking infrastructure is so nascent. But with Windows ’95 bundling network connectivity, soon most computers will be network-ready — at least for the Microsoft network. And now that Bill Gates is acquiring Intuit, instead of dollar bills, we will have Bill dollars.
The transaction tether is also a logistical headache with current slow networks, which may hinder its adoption for mass-market applications. For example, if someone forwards a copyrighted e-mail, the recipient may have to have their computer do the repository check before they could see the text of the e-mail. E-mail is slow enough today, but in the near future, these techniques of verifying IP permissions and paying appropriate royalties in digital cash could be background processes on a preemptive multitasking computer (Windows ’95 or Mac OS System 8). The digital cash schemes are consistent with other trends in software distribution and development — specifically software rental and object-oriented “applets” with nested royalty payments. They are also consistent with the document-centric vision of Open Doc and OLE.
The user of the future would start working on their stationary. When it’s clear they are doing some text entry, the word processor would be downloaded and rented for its current usage. Digital pennies would trickle back to the people who wrote or inspired the various portions of the core program. As you use other software applets, such as a spell-checker, it would be downloaded as needed. By renting applets, or potentially finer-grained software objects, the licensing royalties would be automatically tabulated and exchanged, and software piracy would require heroic efforts. Intellectual property would become precisely that — property in a market economy, under lock by its “creator,” and Bill Gates’ 1975 lament over software piracy may now be addressed 20 years later.

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On further reflection, I must have been thinking of executable code (where the runtime requires a cloud connect to authenticate) and not passive media. Verification has been a pain, but perhaps it’s seamless in a web-services future. Cloud apps and digital cash depend on it, so why not the code itself.

I don’t see it as particularly useful for still images (but it could verify the official owner of any unique bundle of pixels, in the sense that you can "own" a sufficiently large number, but not the essence of a work of art or derivative works). Frankly, I’m not sure about non-interactive content in general, like pure video playback. "Fixing" software IP alone would be a big enough accomplishment.

Legally Blonde Opening Night
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Legally Blonde The Musical opens at The Star, Sydney

GALA WORLD AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE
PURPLE CARPET ARRIVALS AND AFTER PARTY

Media are invited to cover the Purple Carpet arrivals at the Gala Australian Premiere of the award winning musical LEGALLY BLONDE on Thursday October 4, 2012. Guests at the opening night include NSW Minister for Major Events and the Arts George Souris; X Factor judges Mel B and Natalie Bassingthwaite; Adam Garcia; Danielle Spencer; Home and Away’s Dan Ewing, Lisa Gormley, David Jones Roberts and Rhiannon Fish; Triple J breakfast team Tom Ballard and Alex Dyson; MTV’s Keiynan Lonsdale, Kate Peck and Jules Sebastian; television personalities David Campbell, Michael Caton, Laura Csortan, Gigi Edgley, Josh Horner and Kerri-Anne Kennerley; stars of musical theatre including Kelley Abbey, Simon Burke, Bobby Fox, Amanda Harrison and Ian Stenlake; alongside the UK producer of LEGALLY BLONDE Howard Panter and his Australian co-producer John Frost.

Sydney continues to secure world class entertainment thanks to our friends at The Star and Lyric, and we encourage you to check out what all the fuss is about.

Update…

OPENING NIGHT GUESTS include:

Kelley Abbey
Mel B
Tom Ballard
Natalie Bassingthwaite
Angela Bishop
Simon Burke
Tina Bursill
David Campbell
Michael Caton
Michael Cormick
Laura Csortan
Paulini Curuenavuli
Andrew Daddo
Lochie Daddo
Chloe Dallimore
Lorrae Desmond
Alex Dyson
Gigi Edgley
Dan Ewing
Rhiannon Fish
Bobby Fox
Mia Freedman
Adam Garcia
Mark Geyer
Julie Lea Goodwin
Lisa Gormley
Amanda Harrison
Nancye Hayes
Josh Horner
George Houvardes
Verity Hunt-Ballard
Bartholomew John
David Jones Roberts
Kerri-Anne Kennerley
Toni Lamond
Damien Leith
Keiynan Lonsdale
Stephen Mahy
Reece Maston
Andrew McFarlane
Marney McQueen
Sharon Millerchip
Ben Mingay
Tara Morice
Peter Morrissey
Amanda Muggleton
Callan Mulvey
Timomatic
Stephen Page
Kate Peck
Ed Phillips
Kathryn Robinson
Jordan Rodrigues
Magdalena Roze
Anne Sanders
Jules Sebastian
The Hon George Souris
Danielle Spencer
Ian Stenlake
Erik Thomson
Maria Venuti
Brian Walsh
Richard Wilkins
Gus Worland

Based on the hit movie of the same name starring Reese Witherspoon, LEGALLY BLONDE is the award-winning London and Broadway sensation created by a top-of-their-class creative team, led by Tony Award-winning director and Olivier Award-nominated choreographer Jerry Mitchell (Hairspray). LEGALLY BLONDE ran for three triumphant years in the West End, over two years on Broadway and is currently on a major UK Tour playing to packed houses. Winner of seven major awards including the coveted Best New Musical 2011 (Olivier Awards®) this all singing, all dancing romantic comedy is about knowing who you are and showing what you’ve got!

The Australian Premiere of this award-winning Broadway and West End sensation was secured for Sydney with the assistance of the NSW Government through Destination NSW and the City of Sydney.

The Sydney Lyric Theatre is going to be host to the famous musical ‘Legally Blonde’.

Legally Blonde The Musical is the hilarious story of college sweetheart and homecoming queen, Elle Woods – a girl who doesn’t take no for an answer. When her boyfriend dumps her for someone "serious", Elle puts down the credit card, hits the books and heads for Harvard Law School! Along the way, she proves that being true to yourself never goes out of style.

Legally Blonde The Musical – Winner of Best Musical 2011 Olivier Awards and a smash hit running into its third year on the West End was created by a world-class creative team led by Tony Award-winning director Jerry Mitchell.

Based on the movie starring Reese Witherspoon and remaining true to the script, Legally Blonde the Musical is a feel-good number with a ’90s feel.

College sweetheart Elle heads off to law school to win back her boyfriend Warner after he dumps her for someone more serious, only to graduate top of her class and find a far better love interest.

Warner, too, finds the courage to dump family expectations of a career in law and politics and pursue his true calling as a model.

"I’ve seen it on Broadway and the West End and it’s great. It really does do the movie justice," leading actress Lucy Durack says.

"I love the role of Elle. As much as she looks like she hasn’t a care in the world, people are unkind to her and judge her and she struggles with that.

"But she takes a positive path and rises above it. She doesn’t take the low road, ever. The whole show is a celebration – be who you are, the best version of yourself, and be proud."

Websites

Legally Blonde The Musical (Australia)
www.legallyblonde.com.au

The Star
www.star.com.au

Sydney Lyric Theatre
www.sydneylyric.com.au

Echo Entertainment
www.echoentertainment.com.au

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
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Music News Australia
www.musicnewsaustralia.com

IP Publicity
www.ippublicity.com.au

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Legally Blonde The Musical
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Legally Blonde The music to open during the celebrity, Sydney tonight

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Theatre manufacturing ‘Legally Blonde’ liked a media call this morning at Sydney Lyric Theatre at Pyrmont in Sydney.

The play includes much fanfare therefore it is likely to be interesting to see if the program life to its reputation and hype once it plays to live audiences at Sydney Lyric Theatre, that is the main Star (formally referred to as celebrity City Casino).

The Star and its particular business partners have taken a calculated gamble on running with ‘Legally Blonde’, and you will bet that they will be longing for similar outstanding outcomes that they got with musicals such ‘Annie’ (which was significant assisted and a very good overall performance and some wonderful promotion from Sydney radio icon Alan Jones).

Sydney continues to secure world class activity through our friends in the celebrity and Lyric, and then we encourage that check out what most of the hassle is about.

Update…

News Media was informed that short portions of four music figures from the program would be performed, and a short while later manufacturers Howard Panter and John Frost and lead cast people Lucy Durack (Elle Woods), Rob Mills (Warner), David Harris (Emmett), Helen Dallimore (Paulette), Erika Heynatz (Brooke Wyndham) and Cameron Daddo (Professor Callahan) is available for meeting and photographs.

The musical numbers would be:
Really Serious
So Much Better
Whipped Into Shape
Legally Blonde Remix

Based on the hit film of the same name featuring Reese Witherspoon, LEGALLY BLONDE is the award-winning London and Broadway sensation produced by a top-of-their-class imaginative team, led by Tony Award-winning director and Olivier Award-nominated choreographer Jerry Mitchell (Hairspray). LEGALLY BLONDE went for three triumphant many years within the western End, over couple of years on Broadway and is currently on a major UNITED KINGDOM Tour playing to packed homes. Winner of seven significant prizes like the coveted Best New Musical 2011 (Olivier Awards®) this all performing, all dance intimate comedy is approximately knowing who you really are and showing what you’ve got!

The Australian Premiere of the award-winning Broadway and West End feeling was guaranteed for Sydney with the help of NSW national through Destination NSW therefore the City of Sydney.

Legally Blonde To Open Up Tonight…

The Sydney Lyric Theatre is likely to be host towards famous musical ‘Legally Blonde’.

Legally Blonde The Musical could be the hilarious tale of university lover and homecoming queen, Elle Woods – a lady whon’t just take no for a remedy. Whenever the woman boyfriend dumps this lady for somebody "serious", Elle sets along the credit card, strikes the books and heads for Harvard Law School! As you go along, she proves that becoming true to yourself never ever fades of design.

Legally Blonde The Musical – Winner of Best Musical 2011 Olivier Awards and a smash hit running into its 3rd 12 months from the western End was made by a world-class imaginative staff led by Tony Award-winning director Jerry Mitchell.

Based on the motion picture starring Reese Witherspoon and remaining real into the script, Legally Blonde the Musical is a feel-good quantity with a ’90s experience.

College sweetheart Elle heads to legislation school to win back the woman boyfriend Warner after he dumps the lady for some body more severe, only to graduate top of her class in order to find a much better love interest.

Warner, also, discovers the nerve to dump family objectives of a profession in-law and politics and go after his true calling as a design.

"I’ve seen it on Broadway together with western End and it is great. It surely does do the motion picture justice," leading celebrity Lucy Durack states.

"I like the role of Elle. Just as much as she seems like she’sn’t a care on earth, folks are unkind to her and judge this lady and she struggles with that.

"But she takes an optimistic road and rises above it. She does not make the low road, ever. The complete program is a celebration – be who you really are, the greatest type of yourself, and be happy."

LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL opens in ‘Sin City’ Sydney tonight!

Websites

Legally Blonde The Musical (Australia)
www.legallyblonde.com.au

The Star
www.star.com.au

Sydney Lyric Theatre
www.sydneylyric.com.au

Echo Entertainment
www.echoentertainment.com.au

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Songs Information Australian Continent
www.musicnewsaustralia.com

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www.ippublicity.com.au

Natalie Bassingthwaite
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Legally Blonde The Music starts at Celebrity, Sydney

GALA GLOBE AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE
PURPLE CARPET ARRIVALS AND UPON CELEBRATION

Media are welcomed to cover the Purple Carpet arrivals in the Gala Australian Premiere regarding the leading musical LEGALLY BLONDE on Thursday October 4, 2012. Guests during the opening evening consist of NSW Minister for Major Events and Arts George Souris; X Factor judges Mel B and Natalie Bassingthwaite; Adam Garcia; Danielle Spencer; Home and Away’s Dan Ewing, Lisa Gormley, David Jones Roberts and Rhiannon Fish; Triple J breakfast group Tom Ballard and Alex Dyson; MTV’s Keiynan Lonsdale, Kate Peck and Jules Sebastian; tv personalities David Campbell, Michael Caton, Laura Csortan, Gigi Edgley, Josh Horner and Kerri-Anne Kennerley; stars of musical theater including Kelley Abbey, Simon Burke, Bobby Fox, Amanda Harrison and Ian Stenlake; alongside great britain producer of LEGALLY BLONDE Howard Panter along with his Australian co-producer John Frost.

Sydney will continue to secure first class activity as a result of our pals during the Star and Lyric, and we encourage that consider what most of the hassle is about.

Update…

OPENING EVENING GUESTS consist of:

Kelley Abbey
Mel B
Tom Ballard
Natalie Bassingthwaite
Angela Bishop
Simon Burke
Tina Bursill
David Campbell
Michael Caton
Michael Cormick
Laura Csortan
Paulini Curuenavuli
Andrew Daddo
Lochie Daddo
Chloe Dallimore
Lorrae Desmond
Alex Dyson
Gigi Edgley
Dan Ewing
Rhiannon Fish
Bobby Fox
Mia Freedman
Adam Garcia
Mark Geyer
Julie Lea Goodwin
Lisa Gormley
Amanda Harrison
Nancye Hayes
Josh Horner
George Houvardes
Verity Hunt-Ballard
Bartholomew John
David Jones Roberts
Kerri-Anne Kennerley
Toni Lamond
Damien Leith
Keiynan Lonsdale
Stephen Mahy
Reece Maston
Andrew McFarlane
Marney McQueen
Sharon Millerchip
Ben Mingay
Tara Morice
Peter Morrissey
Amanda Muggleton
Callan Mulvey
Timomatic
Stephen Page
Kate Peck
Ed Phillips
Kathryn Robinson
Jordan Rodrigues
Magdalena Roze
Anne Sanders
Jules Sebastian
The Hon George Souris
Danielle Spencer
Ian Stenlake
Erik Thomson
Maria Venuti
Brian Walsh
Richard Wilkins
Gus Worland

On the basis of the hit movie of the same title starring Reese Witherspoon, LEGALLY BLONDE is the award-winning London and Broadway feeling created by a top-of-their-class innovative group, led by Tony Award-winning manager and Olivier Award-nominated choreographer Jerry Mitchell (Hairspray). LEGALLY BLONDE ran for three triumphant many years into the western End, over couple of years on Broadway and it is presently on a major UNITED KINGDOM journey playing to packed homes. Winner of seven significant prizes including the coveted ideal brand new Musical 2011 (Olivier Awards®) all of this singing, all dance enchanting comedy is about understanding who you are and showing that which you’ve got!

The Australian Premiere of this award-winning Broadway and West End feeling was secured for Sydney with the help of the NSW national through Destination NSW plus the City of Sydney.

The Sydney Lyric Theatre will be host to your popular musical ‘Legally Blonde’.

Legally Blonde The Musical may be the hilarious story of university lover and homecoming queen, Elle Woods – a woman would youn’t take no for an answer. When her boyfriend dumps this lady for someone "serious", Elle sets along the charge card, strikes the books and heads for Harvard Law class! On the way, she demonstrates that being true to yourself never ever goes out of design.

Legally Blonde The Musical – Winner of Best Musical 2011 Olivier Awards and a smash struck running into its third 12 months in the West End was made by a world-class imaginative group led by Tony Award-winning manager Jerry Mitchell.

On the basis of the motion picture starring Reese Witherspoon and staying true toward script, Legally Blonde the Musical is a feel-good quantity with a ’90s feel.

College sweetheart Elle heads off to law school to win back the woman boyfriend Warner after he dumps the girl for somebody more serious, and then graduate top of her class in order to find a much better love interest.

Warner, also, discovers the courage to dump family expectations of a profession in-law and politics and pursue his real calling as a model.

"I’ve seen it on Broadway plus the West End and it is great. It really does do the motion picture justice," leading actress Lucy Durack claims.

"I like the part of Elle. Around she looks like she’s gotn’t a care worldwide, folks are unkind to her and assess her and she struggles thereupon.

"But she takes a positive course and rises above it. She doesn’t take the reasonable roadway, ever before. Your whole program is a celebration – be who you are, the best form of your self, and stay proud."

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►Atlas, {Typhoëus}, Prometheus Bound◄ becoming savagely con-tortured insurgents put asunder by the tyrant Jupiter & the centrifugal power [_550 BC_]
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The three titans tend to be shown upon a laconic bowl (~550 BC) while they are now being penalized with their insurgency resistant to the tyrant Jupiter:
Prometheus is tied to a column representing the Caucasus.
Atlas will act as the line on reverse side of the hellenic globe.
The pushed aside handful of erotic acrobats are oppressed into face-to-face-opposition together.
Typhoëus is represented by the line propping within the rotating disc-shaped pottery-wheel where the titans – put asunder by the centrifugal causes – are attempting to delicately (equi)poise one another while becoming contorted into a precarious ‘kneeling’ pose that is element of their particular punishment and handicap …

Pythagorean Triangle
Three points form a Right Angle for a pythagorean triangle:
eye of Prometheus [looking into the path of the] – attention of Atlas [looking to the path of the] – remaining side of the line representing the invisualized Typhoëus under their left big toe.

Atlas & Typhoëus & Prometheus:
Atlas the titans who was simply punished for his part in their revolt against Zeus by being meant to support the heavens. He became identified using the Atlas Mountains. [NODE]
Typhoëus (‘Typho’. Not to ever confound because of the word ‘typhoon’ through the chinese ‘tai fung’= ‘big wind’ !): In aeschylean tragedies he had been the titan buried in vulcano Aetna [A.Pr.372, A.Th.517, A.Supp 560] . The proudest of titans was punished for their hubris with invisibility. – Pindar gives their birthplace as Cilicia, but places him under Cyme and Sicily, and thus accounts for the eruptions of Aetna.[LSJ]
Prometheus a demigod, the Titans, who was worshipped by craftsmen. Whenever Zeus stole fire away from guy Prometheus hid it by trickery and came back it to planet. As discipline Zeus chained him to a rock in which an eagle given daily on his liver, which grew once again every night; he was rescued by Hercules. [NODE]
titan any of the older gods just who preceded the Olympians and had been the kids of Uranus (paradise) and Gaia (planet). Led by Cronus, they overthrew Uranus; Cronus’ son, Zeus, then rebelled against their daddy and eventually defeated the titans. [NODE]
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Winnetou (Pierre Brice) und Old Shatterhand (Lex Barker) am Marterpfahl 1968
Ein Totempfahl, seltener auch Wappenpfahl genannt, ist und bleibt eine monumentale Skulptur, die aus einem großen Baumstamm geschnitzt und anschließend bemalt wird. Totempfähle waren vor allem bei den Indianern der amerikanischen Nordwestküste verbreitet. Die Errichtung eines Totempfahles war mit der Ausrichtung eines Potlatches verbunden, bei dem die Stellung der Familie in der sozialen Hierarchie ihres jeweiligen Stammes bestätigt wurde. Anders als von den ersten Missionaren in British Columbia vermutet, haben Totempfähle keine religiöse Bedeutung. Sie waren weder heilig noch wurden sie angebetet, sondern hatten eine soziale und politische Funktion. Sie sind keineswegs mit dem Marterpfahl zu verwechseln, der von indigenen Völkern anderer Regionen Nordamerikas zur Folterung von Gefangenen verwendet wurde.
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beschrieben hatte. Diese Unternehmer haben aber weiterhin meine in the morning 24.Januar 2008 hochgeladene commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Atlas_Typhoeus_Prometheus… in ihrer Bibliothek, welche allerdings von keiner wikipedia-Datei verwendet wird und von mir nicht als Crop gekennzeichnet worden ist und bleibt. ©-Klagen meinerseits scheinen sie also momentan keineswegs zu befürchten.
26. April 2009 KB Der gefesselte Prometheus (Aischylos)‎; 11:04 . . (-169) . . CommonsDelinker (Diskussion | Beiträge) (AtlasTyphoeusPrometheus.png entfernt, wurde auf Commons von Polarlys gelöscht. Grund: that is a cropping of a kylix (ingesting glass), a 3D item, so PD-Art cannot use.) –Quapan 06:47, 29. Apr. 2009 (CEST)
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Die Hesperiden sind die Töchter, und Hesperos gilt als Sohn und auch Bruder diverses Atlas, der den Himmel abstützt. Dieser befindet sich seit alters in der Nähe der Hesperiden (46). Er wird allerdings nicht mit dem heutigen Atlas-Gebirge identifiziert, sondern mit dem Teide auf Teneriffa (47). Hesiod lokalisiert ihn an jenem ‚Haus‘, wo sich „Nacht und Tag nahekommen und sich begegnen und auf der großen ehernen Schwelle ablösen“ (48). Daß diese Atlas-Vorstellung ebenfalls in den Westen gehört, beweist die Übereinstimmung mit der Figur des Upelluri der Hethiter (49). Die vielen Diskussionen über das hesiodische Bild hätte man sich ersparen können, wenn berücksichtigt worden wäre, daß nicht erst im Juden- und Christentum, sondern auch bereits in der griechischen Antike – im Gegensatz zu unserem heutigen Lebensgefühl – perish Tagesgrenze häufig beim Sonnenuntergang angenommen wurde, mit dem der alte Tag gleichsam stirbt, damit aber gleichzeitig der neue geboren wird (50).
Bei Hesiod ist schließlich auch bereits perish Polarität der beiden Iapetossöhne angedeutet (52), nach der der älteste, Prometheus, im Osten an den Kaukasus geschmiedet ist und der jüngste, Atlas, im Westen bei den Hesperiden den Himmel abstützt; beide werden sie von Herakles besucht.
Hesiod kennt außer den Bergen und Gewässern noch weitere geophysikalische Phänomene: Die Winde sind Söhne des Unholds Typhoeus (53). Diesen hat Zeus in den Tartaros geschleudert, so daß die Erde von seinem Feuer geschmolzen ist und bleibt. Dabei gestaltet der Dichter ein Gleichnis nach homerischer Art, das guy verschieden gedeutet hat: Als tertium comparationis gilt entweder das „Stöhnen“ der Erde, das von manchen als Erdboden (54), richtiger jedoch als vulkanische Erscheinung gedeutet wird (55). Auf jeden Fall befindet sich Typhoeus bei Hesiod noch nicht unter einem feuerspeienden Berg wie später bei Pindar und Aischylos (56). Ob der homerische Polyphem mit seinem ‚Kreisauge‘ und seinem Steinwurf auf Odysseus wirklich eine vulkanische Grundlage cap (57) oder vielleicht auch Aiolie, pass away Insel des Windgottes (58), ist nicht therefore sicher wie der vulkanische Ursprung des Hephaistos-Kultes auf der ehemals vulkanischen Insel Lemnos, auf die Zeus seinen unglücklichen Sohn geschleudert haben soll (59). Wir haben hier einen typischen Fall von „Geomythologie“ vor uns (60).
Der häufig mit Typhoeus gleichgesetzte Typhon aus Kilikien, der Unhold eines vorgriechischen orientalischen Mythos, wurde in Ägypten für die Nilschwellen am Neujahrsanfang verantwortlich gemacht und diente der spätantiken politischen Rhetorik dazu, den Apostaten Julianos zu verteufeln. Julians heidnische Reaktion wurde dabei entweder mit Erd-, Seebeben oder Stürmen verglichen, oder guy behauptete, sie sei ex eventu durch diese Zeichen einer allgemeinen kosmischen Unordnung angekündigt worden. Nach dem Tode Julians wurde diese Assoziation auf den Usurpator Prokopios übertragen (61).
Der heidnische Redner Libanios bemüht in diesem Zusammenhang auch den Gott Poseidon (62). Noch in der modernen Forschung wird der „Erderschütterer“ Poseidon für Erdbeben verantwortlich gemacht. E. Bickel (63) und F. Schachermeyr (64) haben die kühne Hypothese vertreten, daß das dem Gott Poseidon geweihte hölzerne Pferd von Troja nichts anderes sei als der mythische Ausdruck für die Tatsache, daß Troja VIb durch ein Erdbeben zerstört wurde, eine These, die in den zahlreichen Rezensionen des Buches von Schachermeyr nahezu unwidersprochen geblieben ist (65).
Auch andere Mythen, perish zwar nicht in den homerischen Epen belegt sind, aber durchaus alt sein können, haben erdgeschichtliche Dimensionen. Die Flut des Deukalion zeugt – zeugt wie die im Alten Testament – von einer früheren allgemeinen Sintflut (66).

ANMERKUNGEN (46-66)
—► 46 Nebeneinander erscheinen Hesperiden und Atlas bei Hesiod, Theogonie 517f.: Ἄτλας δ᾽ οὐρανὸν εὐρὺν ἔχει κρατερῆς ὑπ᾽ ἀνάγκης πείρασιν ἐν γαίης, πρόπαρ Εσπερίδων λιγυφώνων, vgl. Euripides, Hippolytos 742-747.
—► 47 Seit Ludwig Ideler: Hennig, Geographie, 53-56.
—► 48 Hesiod, Theogonie 748-750: ἀστεμφέως, ὅθι Νύξ τε καὶ Ἡμέρη ἆσσον ἰοῦσαι ἀλλήλας προσέειπον, ἀμειβόμεναι μέγαν οὐδὸν 750χάλκεον: ἣ μὲν ἔσω καταβήσεται, ἣ δὲ θύραζε.
—► 49 Arrighetti, Cosmologia mitica, 52-60 (=204-212).
—► 50 Hierzu Coillandre, Los Angeles droite et la gauche. 316-323. Neugebauer. On date, 565-569. Hübner, Kritische Bemerkungen 253-259. Über eine symbolische Ausdeutung dieser Reihenfolge ders.; der Ordo der Realien, 36.
—► 51 Hesiod, Theogonie 124: Bruder der Tages ist der Aither = Νυκτὸς δ᾽ αὖτ᾽ Αἰθήρ τε καὶ Ἡμέρη ἐξεγένοντο). vgl. die Reihenfolge bei Homer, Odyssee 10.80 νύκτας τε καὶ ἦμαρ, 10,86 νυκτός τε καὶ ἤματός. Parmenides. 28 B 1,11 Diels-Kranz ἔνθα πύλαι νυκτός τε καὶ ἤματός εἰσι κελεύθων u.ö.
—► 52 Hesiod, Theogonie 517-525 (Hesiod nennt an dieser Stelle wohl perish Hesperiden, aber nicht den Kaukasus). Vgl. dann Aischylos, Prometheus 348f., Cicero, Tusculanae disputationes 5,8. Nach Aischylos, Prometheus lyomennos frg. 199 Radt (=326a Mette) bei Strabon. Geographika 4,1,7 zeigt Prometheus dem Herakles den Weg zu den Hesperiden.
—► 53 Hesiod, Theogonie 869-880, hierzu stated, Les Combats de Zeus 205f.
—► 54 Kopp, Weltbild, 48f. West. Hesiod Theogony.392 zu Vers 858 στονάχιζε [Triclinius, στενάχιζε codd.] δὲ γαῖα πελώρη: „this is the tertium comparationis into the Homeric simile. The lashing of Typhoeus had been apparently a mythical of earthquakes.“
—► 55 Hesiod, Theogonie 860 οὔρεος ἐν βήσσῃσιν Αἴτνης ist und bleibt Konjektur des Textes, überliefert ist an letzter Stelle † ἀιδνῇς, had been West als locus conclamatus im Text beläßt, vgl. seine lange Note auf S.393. Dennoch wird die Deutung als Vulkanausbruch allgemein angenommen. Blaise, L’ épisode de Typhée, 362 beschränkt perish Macht des „Anti-Zeus“ allzusehr auf das Feuer, um es dem Feuer (Blitz) des Zeus entgegenzusetzen.
—► 56 Pindar, Pythien we, 13-60: ὅσσα δὲ μὴ πεφίληκε Ζεύς, ἀτύζονται βοὰν Πιερίδων ἀΐοντα, γᾶν τε καὶ πόντον κατ᾽ ἀμαιμάκετον, [30] ὅς τ᾽ ἐν αἰνᾷ Ταρτάρῳ κεῖται, θεῶν πολέμιος, Τυφὼς ἑκατοντακάρανος: τόν ποτε Κιλίκιον θρέψεν πολυώνυμον ἄντρον: νῦν γε μὰν ταί θ᾽ ὑπὲρ Κύμας ἁλιερκέες ὄχθαι Σικελία τ᾽ αὐτοῦ πιέζει στέρνα λαχνάεντα: κίων δ᾽ οὐρανία συνέχει, νιφόεσσ᾽ Αἴτνα, πάνετες χιόνος ὀξείας τιθήνα: [40] τᾶς ἐρεύγονται μὲν ἀπλάτου πυρὸς ἁγνόταται ἐκ μυχῶν παγαί: ποταμοὶ δ᾽ ἁμέραισιν μὲν προχέοντι ῥόον καπνοῦ αἴθων᾽: ἀλλ᾽ ἐν ὄρφναισιν πέτρας φοίνισσα κυλινδομένα φλὸξ ἐς βαθεῖαν φέρει πόντου πλάκα σὺν πατάγῳ. κεῖνο δ᾽ Ἁφαίστοιο κρουνοὺς ἑρπετὸν [50] δεινοτάτους ἀναπέμπει: τέρας μὲν θαυμάσιον προσιδέσθαι, θαῦμα δὲ καὶ παρεόντων ἀκοῦσαι, οἷον Αἴτνας ἐν μελαμφύλλοις δέδεται κορυφαῖς καὶ πέδῳ, στρωμνὰ δὲ χαράσσοισ᾽ ἅπαν νῶτον ποτικεκλιμένον κεντεῖ. εἴη, Ζεῦ, τὶν εἴη ἁνδάνειν, ὃς τοῦτ᾽ ἐφέπεις ὄρος, εὐκάρποιο γαίας μέτωπον, τοῦ μὲν ἐπωνυμίαν κλεινὸς οἰκιστὴρ ἐκύδανεν πόλιν [60] γείτονα, Πυθιάδος δ᾽ ἐν δρόμῳ κάρυξ ἀνέειπέ νιν ἀγγέλλων Ἱέρωνος ὑπὲρ καλλινίκου ἅρμασι.
But those whom Zeus doesn’t love are stunned with horror when they hear the cry of this Pierian Muses, on the planet or on the irresistible water; [15] included in this is he who is based on dread Tartarus, that adversary associated with gods, Typhon with his hundred heads. When the popular Cilician cave nurtured him, but now the sea-girt high cliffs above Cumae, and Sicily too, lay heavy on their shaggy chest. Additionally the pillar of this sky keeps him down, [20] snow-covered Aetna, year-round nursing assistant of bitter frost, from whoever inmost caves belch forth the purest streams of unapproachable fire. Into the day this lady streams roll-out a fiery flooding of smoke, within the darkness of night the crimson fire hurls rocks down seriously to the deep simple for the ocean with a crashing roar. [25] That beast shoots up the most terrible jets of fire; it’s a marvellous question to see, and a marvel also to know about whenever guys are current. Such a creature is bound underneath the dark and leafy heights of Aetna and under the basic, along with his bed scratches and goads the complete length of their back extended against it. Give that individuals is pleasing to you, Zeus, [30] you just who frequent this hill, this eyebrow associated with the fruitful planet, whoever namesake city near at hand had been glorified by its famous founder, if the herald at Pythian racecourse proclaimed the name of Aetna, announcing Hieron’s success with the chariot.
Aischylos, Prometheus 363-365,
ἐγὼ γὰρ οὐκ, εἰ δυστυχῶ, τοῦδ᾽ εἵνεκα θέλοιμ᾽ ἂν ὡς πλείστοισι πημονὰς τυχεῖν. οὐ δῆτ᾽ ἐπεί με καὶ κασιγνήτου τύχαι τείρουσ᾽ Ἄτλαντος, ὃς πρὸς ἑσπέρους τόπους ἕστηκε κίον᾽ οὐρανοῦ τε καὶ χθονὸς ὤμοις ἐρείδων, ἄχθος οὐκ εὐάγκαλον. τὸν γηγενῆ τε Κιλικίων οἰκήτορα ἄντρων ἰδὼν ᾤκτιρα, δάιον τέρας ἑκατογκάρανον πρὸς βίαν χειρούμενον Τυφῶνα θοῦρον: πᾶσιν [ὅς] ἀντέστη θεοῖς, σμερδναῖσι γαμφηλαῖσι συρίζων φόβον: ἐξ ὀμμάτων δ᾽ ἤστραπτε γοργωπὸν σέλας, ὡς τὴν Διὸς τυραννίδ᾽ ἐκπέρσων βίᾳ: ἀλλ᾽ ἦλθεν αὐτῷ Ζηνὸς ἄγρυπνον βέλος, καταιβάτης κεραυνὸς ἐκπνέων φλόγα, ὃς αὐτὸν ἐξέπληξε τῶν ὑψηγόρων κομπασμάτων. φρένας γὰρ εἰς αὐτὰς τυπεὶς ἐφεψαλώθη κἀξεβροντήθη σθένος. καὶ νῦν ἀχρεῖον καὶ παράορον δέμας κεῖται στενωποῦ πλησίον θαλασσίου ἰπούμενος ῥίζαισιν Αἰτναίαις ὕπο: κορυφαῖς δ᾽ ἐν ἄκραις ἥμενος μυδροκτυπεῖ Ἥφαιστος: ἔνθεν ἐκραγήσονταί ποτε ποταμοὶ πυρὸς δάπτοντες ἀγρίαις γνάθοις τῆς καλλικάρπου Σικελίας λευροὺς γύας: τοιόνδε Τυφὼς ἐξαναζέσει χόλον θερμοῖς ἀπλάτου βέλεσι πυρπνόου ζάλης, καίπερ κεραυνῷ Ζηνὸς ἠνθρακωμένος.
www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Aesch.+PB+343&f…:
Even for if I was in aching plight, i might perhaps not wish problem on everyone else. No, certainly, no! since, besides, i will be distressed because of the fate of my cousin Atlas, just who, towards west, appears bearing on their shoulders the pillar of heaven and earth, a burden quite difficult for his arms to understand. Pity-moved me, too, on sight regarding the earth-born dweller regarding the Cilician caverns curbed by physical violence, that destructive monster of a hundred heads, impetuous Typhon. He withstood all of the gods, hissing out terror with horrid jaws, while from their eyes lightened a hideous glare, like he would storm by power the sovereignty of Zeus. Although unsleeping bolt of Zeus came upon him, the swooping lightning brand name with air of fire, which hit him, scared, from their loud-mouthed boasts; after that, stricken towards the extremely heart, he was burnt to ashes and his strength blasted from him by the lightning bolt. Now, a helpless and a sprawling volume, he lies hard by the narrows associated with sea, squeezed down under the origins of Aetna; while on the topmost summit Hephaestus sits and hammers the molten ore. There, 1 day, shall burst forth rivers of fire, with savage jaws devouring the level areas of Sicily, land of fair fruit—such boiling trend shall Typho, although charred by the blazing lightning of Zeus, deliver spouting forth with hot jets of appalling, fire-breathing rise.
vgl. Vergil, Aeneis 3, 578ff von Enceladus:
Portus ab accessu ventorum immotus et ingens ipse; sed horrificis iuxta tonat Aetna ruinis; interdumque atram prorumpit advertising aethera nubem, turbine fumantem piceo et candente favilla, attollitque globos flammarum et sidera lambit; 575interdum scopulos avolsaque viscera montis erigit eructans, liquefactaque saxa sub auras cum gemitu glomerat, fundoque exaestuat imo. Fama est Enceladi semustum fulmine corpus urgueri mole hac, ingentemque insuper Aetnam 580impositam ruptis flammam exspirare caminis; et fessum quotiens mutet latus, intremere omnem murmure Trinacriam, et caelum subtexere fumo. Noctem illam tecti silvis immania monstra perferimus, nec quae sonitum det causa videmus. 585Nam neque erant astrorum ignes, nec lucidus aethra siderea polus, obscuro sed nubila caelo, et lunam in nimbo nox intempesta tenebat.
Interpretation (John Dryden) of Verg. A. 3.578 ffThe interface capacious, and secure from wind, would be to the base of thund’ring Aetna join’d. By turns a pitchy cloud she rolls on high; By turns hot embers from the woman entrails fly, And flakes of installing flames, that lick the sky. Oft from her bowels massy stones are tossed, And, shiver’d because of the power, come piecemeal down. Oft liquid ponds of burning sulphur movement, Fed through the fiery springs that boil the following. Enceladus, they state, transfix’d by Jove, With blasted limbs came tumbling from overhead; And, where he dropped, th’ avenging father drew This flaming mountain, as well as on his human body threw. As much as he turns their weary sides, He shakes the solid isle, and smoke cigarettes the heavens hides. In shady forests we go the tiresome evening, Where bellowing noises and groans our souls affright, that no cause is offer’d towards picture; For not just one celebrity was kindled when you look at the sky, Nor could the moon this lady borrow’d light offer; For misty clouds involv’d the firmament, The performers had been muffled, while the moon ended up being pent.
adnotation for Verg A. 578 by John Conington :
The name associated with giant who was supposed to be placed under Aetna ended up being variously provided when you look at the legends. Pindar l. c. and Aesch. Prom. 354 allow it to be Typhocus or Typhon, Callim. in Del. 143 Briareus. In A. 9. 716, after (though misinterpreting) Hom., Virgil locations Typhoeus under Inarime or Pithecusa. ‘Semustum’ is available here in a lot of the MSS., including Med., which includes the same kind in 11. 200. See on v. 244.
John Conington. P. Vergili Maronis opera. P. Vergili Maronis Opera. The works of Virgil, with a Commentary by John Conington, M.A. Late Corpus Professor of Latin in University of Oxford. London. Whittaker and Co., Ave Maria Lane. 1876.
—► 57 Scarth, Volcanic Origins, 89-95.
—► 58 Von Hennig, Geographie. 14-18 ohne letzte Gewißheit mit der Insel Volcano identifiziert.
—► 59 Homer, Ilias we, 590-594 und Odyssee 8,283f.: Literatur bei Henig. ibid., 19 Anm. 6.
—► 60 D. B. Vitaliano, Geomythology 5 definiert den von ihr geprägten Terminus so: „the geomythologic application of euhemerism. The geomythologist seeks to obtain the real geologic event fundamental myth or legend that this has provided rise; therefore he helps transform mythologoy back to record.“
—► 61 Baudy, Die Wiederkehr des Typhon, 59: Dieses Mythologem wurde in der Geschichtsschreibung nachträglich historisiert.
—► 62 Libanios, Epitaphios auf Julian, Orationes 18,293 (p. 364 Foerster): παρά τῆς Γῆς ἢ εἰ βούλει γε, τοῦ Ποσειδῶνος.
—► 63 Bickel, Das Verbrechen diverses Laokoon, 19-27
—► 64 Schachermeyr, Poseidon, 189-203: „Poseidon und das troianische Pferd“
—► 65 Nur zögernd gebilligt von Nilsson in seiner Rezension 167: „very hypothetical, given that author acknowledges, but it is innovative and appeals increased for me than other less probable interpretations regarding the marvellous horse.“
—► 66 Hierzu Usener, Sintflutsagen, mit Ergänzungen: Ders., Zu den Sintflutsagen, 382-396.

PROVIDER
Wolfgang Hübner, Mythische Geographie, S.24-26. in: Wolfgang Hübner (Hg.), Geschichte der Mathematik und der Naturwissenschaften in der Antike, Band 2, Geographie und verwandte Wissenschaften, Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart, 2000
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Translations
—► 1833 At Hugh Stuart Boyd’s, a blind scholar associated with the Greek language, recommendation, Elizabeth Barrett Browning translated Aeschylus’ Prometheus Bound (posted in 1833; retranslated in 1850)… Browning imitated his hero Shelley by spiriting his beloved to Italy in August 1846 …
—► 1868: Edward Hayes Plumptre, – verse: complete text.
—► 1906: John Stuart Blackie, – verse: full text.
—► 1908: E. D. A. Morshead, – verse: full text.
—► 1924: G.M.Cookson, – verse: full text.
—► 1926: Herbert Weir Smyth, – prose: complete text

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REFERENCES
—► Prometheus Bound plus the other people (philanthropist, ruler, author, voyager) Essays regarding the issues of inter-literary relations generally plus the possibilities of relationship links between certain ancient texts specifically. Under tentative consideration are specific impressive Greek and Roman literary papers and preserved artefacts – in addition to chance for associations towards limited moments regarding the Early Christian literary works. Areas deserving our interest are plentiful and fertile that simply article discourses is not adequate for a substantial analysis. Therefore, we’d appreciate it if the presented pages had been understood as an overview of specific areas of dilemmas, which are based on the results of scientists’ work from numerous periods.
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Hyaden & Plejaden
Gemeinsam mit den Hyaden bilden die Plejaden (M45) das "Goldene Tor der Ekliptik". Dieser Namen rührt zum einen daher, dass sie in ihrer Mitte von der scheinbare Sonnenbahn durchzogen werden und zum anderen vom Umstand eines sich verschiebenden Frühlingspunktes: noch bis etwa 2000 vor Christus lag dieser Punkt, den guy seit jeher mit Wachstum und Fruchtbarkeit gleichsetzte, im Stier.

DEVELOPMENT
The alleged torture, which Mohammed al-Qahtani (the "20th hijacker" into the 9/11 attacks) detailed in a written statement, included being beaten, restrained for long periods in uncomfortable roles, threatened with puppies, subjected to noisy songs and freezing conditions and removed nude before female personnel. [_news.yahoo.com, 14th January 2009_]
Detainee claims to have lied under CIA torture "in which is he? I’m not sure. Then he torture me," said Mohammed, the self-confessed mastermind associated with September 11, 2001 attacks on ny and Washington.
"Then we said: ‘Yes, he could be of this type or this is certainly Al-Qaeda…’ we said no, they torture me personally."
[_news.yahoo.com, 16 Summer 2009_]
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google serp’s (Jul 2009 // Apr 2010)
The Situation of Punishment (and Forgiveness) Posted by The Situationist workforce on October 11, 2008
«Aetna» @ technorati
Prometheus @ 123people.de
Debunking the Torture Apologists’ “Half the Intelligence” Claim By: emptywheel Saturday April 18, 2009
«titans» @ flickr-hivemind
image posted @ schaumalrein – 26 April 2010
Prometheus publications … publishing company founded in 1969 by Paul Kurtz (Council for Secular Humanism)
‘Prolegomena to Prononymity: What’s the Worst that may Happen?’ @ healthreformwatch …my creation is published with credit for ‘quapan’ but with modified picture & subtitle and without backlink to the flickr-page since January 25, 2009 …
Myth Monday – Family Constellations of Atlas by N.S.Gill’s Ancient History Blog, August 9, 2010.
Pseudo-Hyginus, Fabulae 192: "Astronomer Atlas by Pleione or an Oceanide had twelve daughters, and a child, Hyas. The child was killed by a wild boar or a lion, therefore the siblings, grieving for him, passed away with this grief. The five of those very first place among the stars have actually their particular place involving the horns of this bull — Phaesyla, Ambrosia, Coronis, Eudora, Polyxo — and are usually known as, from their particular bro’s name, Hyades . . . All of those other siblings (Asterope – Taygete – Celaino – Elektra – Maia – Merope – Alkyone) were known as Pleiades."

google search result (27th March 2015)
► Postmodern, esoteric interpretation of Prometheus as an crucified, ‘indo-european sun god’: ‘Origin associated with the Crucifixion of this Gods’ © Dr M D Magee, May 07, 2001
► The ‘Punishment for the Titan brothers Atlas and Prometheus’ (The black-figured, laconian kylix (Ø = 20cm) from 555 BC, most likely from the Arkesilas artist, displayed now in Vatican’s Gregorian Etruscan Museum) is replicated on a hellenic postage stamp (edited in 1973, then buyable for 4.50 Drachmes)

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