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push

[pu̇sh]
(computer science)
To add an item to a stack.

push

(programming)
To put something onto a stack or pdl.

Opposite: "pop".

push

(communications)

push technology

Transmitting data from an internal network or a cloud-based service to the user's computer or mobile device. Notifications for a wide variety of events such as stock quotes and Facebook posts are pushed in real time. In contrast, email is typically pushed when users open their mail program. Application updates may be automatically pushed when the app is opened or only when requested by the user.

Push Is Automatic - Pull Requires a Request
Contrast push with "pull" technology, in which the user initiates a request for the data each time. Retrieving a Web page is an example of the pull model.

PointCast Was the First
In the mid-1990s, PointCast was the first Internet product to become popular for pushing selected news and stock quotes into a user's computer (see PointCast). See real time, BackWeb and Active Channel.


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[...] mientras que el sujeto del deseo se basa en la falta constitutiva (existe en cuanto esta en busca del objeto-causa faltante), el sujeto de la pulsion tiene su fundamento en un excedente constitutivo: en la presencia excesiva de alguna Cosa intrinsecamente "imposible" y que no debe estar alli, en nuestra realidad presente: la Cosa que, por supuesto, es en ultima instancia el sujeto mismo (p.
Quiza no sea vano recordar que el mundo de la imagen pulsion esta concebido por Deleuze a partir de dos pares ordenados, mundos originarios-pulsiones elementales y mundos derivados-comportamientos (sintomaticos).
Aun mas, esta deriva termina haciendo de la vida una pulsion de poder que reinscribe una logica de la inmunidad, esto es, la circularidad de la vida como goce es precisamente una pulsion soberana.
Siguiendo a Derrida, llamo a esta pasion y necesidad indagadora 'pulsion de archivo'.
Vengarse de quien nos ha hecho sufrir se revela como una pulsion universal del individuo.