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在路上主动和你套近乎的陌生人,就不要傻不拉叽的给人电话号码了,你会被短信电话骚扰致死的。

在场上不要标榜自己多能喝,很男人的与人划拳喝酒了,真正在乎你的人是不会看着你喝到醉醺醺的。

告别灰姑娘和白马王子的白日梦吧,你的脚没那么小,穿不进那水晶鞋。

有给男友买进口剃须刀的钱,不如给老爸买双袜子,他穿着你老妈补过几次的袜子,你注意了吗。

有份稳定的工作,多赚点钱,女人一定要经济独立,才有独立的人格,防止以后成了娜拉,鲁迅爷爷说过娜拉出走后要么回来,要么沦为娼。

中年男人,特指大款,请你吃饭唱歌泡吧,拒绝吧,你算计不过他们的。

曾经背叛过你的男人想回头,对其说不。

你曾经背叛的男人请你回头,对其说不。

学点衣装搭配,不要再红陪紫好死不死的穿着出门了。

对于年少时幼稚男对你的山盟海誓,一笑而过吧,他说这些话肯定没经过大脑。

大事坚持原则,小事学会变通。

没必要和男友争个面红耳赤,你对了,他会认为你争强好胜得理不饶人,你错了,他会认为你无理取闹没完没了。

有钱买条高档项链,总比戴着块假玉让人看着有品味。

别再动不动就学野蛮女友暴打你男人了,打坏了没有替身给你抗米面袋。

不要爱上有家室的男人,等他老婆孩子老父母全家总动员时,你会死的很惨。

每年做个身体检查,尤其是肝、肾、乳腺。

偶尔和妈妈一起下厨,永远比和姐妹淘无事生非的在一起胡吃海喝来得开心。

对于你真正要与其结婚的男友,要忠诚。

不要再认为你在玩别人的感情,对手可能比你道行要高。

想嫁给他,要做好安全措施;不想嫁给他,就更要做好安全措施。

不要再当月光族,你该学着攒些嫁妆钱了。

不要老买速溶咖啡在家喝,偶尔去趟星巴克,他会认为你懂得生活。

永远记住,和男生一起没白没黑的网游,只属于大学时代。

除非真有必要,没必要时时更换最新款手机,否则别人会认为你是卖手机的。

了解父母的身体状况。

此时的你至少该有张驾照,无论你是否有车。

至少有一个和你暧昧的异性朋友(没有性关系的那种),既可以是你的精神百宝箱也可以当精神垃圾桶。

不要和女友的男友走得太近,背后会挨姐们儿的骂。

不要指望你的男友挣钱洗衣做饭家务样样精通,他没有超人的内裤可以穿在外面。

不要反复强调结婚以后你的男友一定要孝顺你的父母,甚至扬言要把父母接来一起住,让老公和岳父岳母相处,人与人是相互的,要是他把自己的父母也接来,你们家将会热闹得超乎想象。

不要才开始相处就提结婚,也不要连续两次拒绝你男友的求婚。

不要再想你这辈子必须找个梁朝伟或是郭台铭,因为你不是刘嘉玲。

不要找比自己小三岁以上的男孩,因为你也不是王菲。

买份保险,如果单位办了社保,就不必了。

给妈妈买些实用的东西,她会觉得比花要好几百倍。

有自己去SPA的时候不如陪妈妈去洗个澡,给她搓搓背。

万事随缘,但不要放弃努力。

不要给自己太大压力,不要学做咄咄逼人的女强人,你会越来越孤独。

有剩余资金,可以考虑买房了,结婚的房子不一定完全由男友负担。

无需把男人看得太复杂,人与人之间往往是彼此复杂化,当然,也不要当他们是白痴。

不要时时缠着男友,留给他点空间,感情会更深。

没事去看看男友的父母,比单纯巴结他管用的多。

男友多再不是你可以骄傲的本钱,只会被认为不靠谱。

对男友好不是件做作事儿,尤其人多的时候,对男友呼来喝去,他会很没面儿,也只会让人觉得你很没品。

此时的你再是闲人一个,没人会再夸你是乖乖女。

不要以为自己吸烟很有魅力,对皮肤不好,而且显得很风尘。

假如你还认字,那么经常看看书,提升一下自我修养。

别瞧不起你正经上班但挣得不多的姐们儿,人家吃碗面条,都是自个儿的血汗钱。

在朋友面前不要炫耀和自以为事(这样是很令人反感的)。

关心一点国家大事吧,别说俄国总统还是普京,政治不只是男人的事。

常关心一下你的男友,但关心不等于唠叨加监视。

和男友出去吃饭,不要因为自己是女孩,就不愿意埋单,觉得他请你是应分的,凭什么呀,你又一点也没少吃。

学学化妆吧,素颜美女是要拼年龄的,你很快就没这优势了。

多半男人认为,女人晚上也要和白天一样有魅力***。

如果你没有林妹妹那般才情容貌和身世,就不要动不动的流泪了,即使你做的出葬花吟,估计你也不想步林妹妹吐血后尘,关键是宝哥哥最后还娶了别人。

至少要保留一种健康的爱好,如:游泳,慢跑,乒乓等,记住逛街不算。

不要羡慕谁的好姐们儿比你多,她们的闹心事和这个数目也是成正比的。

永远不要认为别人的老公比你的好,因为他们爱的不是你。

保养一下头发吧,顶着一头烂草,彩妆也彩不起来。

多夸夸你的男友,你的一句话或许就是他的动力,会为你带来经济效益的。

想继续发展的男友最好带给父母看一看,老人的眼睛有时候确实比你雪亮。

不要再学男人说脏话了,你不是小太妹,会成为老太姐的。

以精打细算为荣,以乱吃零食为耻。

衣服不用一天一换,花枝招展的容易让人眼晕。

和男友的男友要保持一定距离,太远他会说你对他朋友不热情,太近事儿可就大了。

没有任何一件事,任何一个男人,值得你彻夜不眠或街头买醉,或者买安眠药。

女人,光鲜儿就那几年,以后拼的是道行而不只是脸蛋。

永远高雅的微笑





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讨厌这样的女人吗?Hate those women ?

1、长得丑还充美女,虚荣型。明明长得丑还说像我这样的美女要什么有什么,会有很多有钱的男人来追我的。在网络冒充美女,打死也不开视频,喜欢来个朦胧的网恋。

2、贬低同类抬高自己。自大,小心眼型。在男人面前贬低别的女人以抬高自己的女人。这种女人是自大狂,所以在贬低别人的时候就特别不留情面。

3、三十岁了还称自己“女孩”或“女生”的女人。恶心,装嫩型。你想,一个三十岁的女人恶心兮兮地说:“像我们这样的女孩……”你的皮肤会不会有蛇在上面爬的感觉?在网络喜欢自我陶醉,厨房里的锅不洗,厕所也不冲就忙着来电脑上和人聊天,整天泡在网络,对着个电脑无病呻吟,一会哭,一会闹,好象她就是琼遥小说里的主人公,好象离开了网恋要死一样难受。整天情呀爱呀的,小哥哥情妹妹的。还恬不知耻的说:走自己的路,让别人去说吧!这样的女人我在红袖里也遇到一个。

4、用老公的钱在外面包情人的女人。吃软饭,无耻至极型。如果你用老公、的钱在外面胡吃海喝,花天酒地,人家最多说你是个“吃软饭的”,最多很厌恶你,并不会上去打你。因为存在这样的男人,她情愿把钱给自己心爱的女人花,这叫周瑜打黄盖。但是我相信不存在这样的变态男人:把自己的钱拿给女人,让女人去找别的男人。存在这样的女人,是他道德的败坏,人人可打。存在这样的男人就更该打了。

5、装清纯的女人。恶心,虚假型。在饭桌上,语出惊人,说:“我想拉屎。”这种女人属于装恶搞的类型。女人可以清纯,但是不能装可爱。比如偶尔撒撒娇,说:“不干啦!讨厌啦!”这样的话对男女朋友说说,那还不要紧,你男朋友心情好,说不定会说:“哟!蛮清纯的嘛!”如果心情不好,你就准备接一个耳光吧。这样的女人喜欢装个小资样,在别人面前摆个娇羞的样子,其实刚才还因为老公不让她上网咧着个大腮帮子和丈夫干架来着呢!

6、出国归来,说话时老是夹着外语单词的女人。“I LOVE YOU!”也许就会这一句。崇洋媚外型。你跟她讲了,他还振振有词,说:“没办法,改不过来,在外国这么多年了。”把责任推给习惯问题。简直是胡扯淡!你在中国生活这么多年,讲了多少年汉语?出国才几年?就把你多年的习惯改成这种德性啦?

7、象超级女生一样的女人。不男不女、嬉皮笑脸型的。我漂亮,我年轻,我活泼,我快乐,我会抽烟,我会喝红酒,我懂得浪漫,她的爹娘在床上躺着不管,她的孩子学习不管,整天哭喊着:“老公,我要红裙子,我要嘛!我还要吃肯得鸡!还要吃厕所旁边的糖葫芦!给我买嘛!”这样的女人不如一脚揣死她算了,世界上多这样一个女人是悲哀。

8、貌岸然的女人,这种女人在某一些人(通常都是一些非常普通的男人)面前通常会表现得很清高,总要时刻表现出自己的高尚和正经,似乎让你找不到她的一点不是之处,可是当你看到她和一个所谓成功人士在一起时判若两人,相信你会觉得她是最令你反感的。其实这样的女人大便完了,屁眼都不搽。可是别人有点小毛病,她总是爱攻击人。

9、不懂得玩笑的女人,有这样一种女人,对别人的话斤斤计较,凡事都要争个究竟是非,其实她殊不知别人只是在和她开个玩笑而以。

10、对男人说自己不喜欢这最讨厌那的女人,其实你如果讨厌你面前这个男人什么的你就直说嘛,不要这么拐弯抹角的警告或者贬人家,搞得好象这个世界没你不行都得听你的。“老公,好讨厌嘛,我不喜欢吃饺子,还做,我要吃大餐,还要市里最好的,再摆上999支红腊烛。可惜在你这里不会得到了!”于是一甩手,扭着大屁股到了情人那里,情人给她买了她爱吃牛粪抄虾米。“亲爱的,还是你懂浪漫,我老公是个木头人,亲爱的,爱死你了!”说完含着热泪倒在浪漫情人怀里。

11、不雅的女人,这个不用多说大家都知道周星驰电影中有一个经典形象那就是“如花”这个人,对了另外再加一条,在公共场合把东西吐得到处都是的女人同样令人反感,比如说在公共场合磕瓜子的女人也是形象非常不好的,因为磕瓜子那个动作本来就不雅。只要我快乐,你们管的着吗?

12、说话时神态不雅的女人,有时我们可以在街上某个角落看到某个女人在与另外一个女人交谈时,她的表情似乎咬牙切齿,眼睛斜视看着某一处,这不得不让我们会想到一个词“蛇蝎般的女人”,我想当一个男人看到这样的女人时绝对不会想象她会是一个善良的女人。总是怀疑别人,总是一种设防的口气

13、动不动就吃醋的女人,女人在动不动吃醋的时候总会找到一个借口,那就是“这表示我在意你”。女人始终要明白一点,最能让男人感动的不是找什么“这表示我在意你”这样的借口来锁住男人的女人,而是恰恰是那表现得大度的女人。

14、动不动就闹的女人,这种女人通常一来劲总会变得神经质,大喊大叫,摔东西,动手动脚,无论你如何劝说都没用,反正就是非把男人也整得精疲力尽也同她一起神经的女人。“你要是不来看我,我就死给你看!要你天天陪着我,抱着我讲鬼故事”

15、不给男人留面子的女人,什么事非要当着大家的面说,回去说不行吗,非要搞得工作单位左邻右舍满城皆知,有些女人就是笨啊,女人们应该知道说出的话泼出去的水是收不回的,到时你后悔也没用了。

16、怀疑男人的女人,这种女人非要把男人的口袋、皮包、抽屉、手机都抽查个遍,女人应该知道做为一个人是应该具有自己的隐私的。

17、和男人打情骂俏的女人,这种女人就不用多说了,只要她不变成潘金莲第二就算你走运了。“去你的!你看我的小脸好看吗?晚上跳舞好吗?就喜欢帅哥哥,帅哥哥抱住我呀,抱紧点!人家还想让你吻我呢!”






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幸福?

1。如果你的父母并非嫌贫爱富,而以人品为由强力阻止你和某人谈恋爱,千万不要为了要证明他们是错的,就拚尽全力爱起他来,你会发现你吃的苦头远比想像中多,而稍能收成时,岁月已经没有留下任何空间可以懊悔。你不过证明了,那人比他们看得到的还烂很多。

2.如果一个男人在交往时已经大剌剌的开口跟你借钱,你在他眼中不过是一台中奖率很高的吃角子老虎,或一台短路的自动售货机。

3.你喜欢酷的男人,意味着将来一定会出大问题,他会酷到懒得理你。

4.他好歹该知道他想说什么,否则,若你一向喜欢沉默而强壮的男人,很容易遇上暴力狂。喜欢沉默而不强壮的男人,则容易患忧郁症。

5.在都市中突然发现路边空出停车位,会要你马上下车去占住车位等他绕过来停的男人,不会把你当成宝贝来疼爱。天哪,下车占停车位的女人真的太常见了;小心,在很多事情上他只把你当挡箭牌。

6.不要因为贪图免费搬运工,而找男人逛街。

7.不要继续刺激愤怒中的男人,他们会像具攻击性的爬虫类。即使你说的都是对的,急怒攻心的男人不会认为自己有错。

8。如果他有自卑感,即使你故意掩饰自己的优秀,也无法提升他的自尊。

9。如果你说不要,他还是决定你要试试看才知道,或假装没听见继续让手在你身上游走,放心,以后他还是不会把你的话当人话。

10。交往前三个月,经你要求而没有改变的怀习惯,通常一生都不会改变,除非他发生空难而幸存从此改变人生,或皈依佛门变成没有欲望的男人。====比如说,抽烟...

11. 藉婚姻争取自由的女人,总会发现婚姻让她失去更多自由。

12.据调查,只有百分之一不到的女人发现,完全用男人的钱是一件幸福的事(我想,那百分之一的女人,是因为用不到,所以幻想那一定很美满)。你还是!早点计划找钓竿,别急著找冰库;冰库里即使有吃不完的鱼,多半也不新鲜可口。

13.永远不要想证明自己比他妈妈贤惠

14。女人会因谈不好恋爱而做不好工作;然而做不好工作的男人却谈不好恋爱。

15。不要对他说,即使他有了别的女人,只要不抱著小孩回来,你都不在乎。他会以为自己是有尚方宝剑的钦差大臣,你也会发现他竟然以为你不是在开玩笑。

16.如果你和他现在在一起不快乐,结了婚一定更不快乐;两人生活时不快乐,有了孩子以后有更多人不快乐。

17.不必待到忍无可忍,该走就走,将来你会感谢自己的仁慈与睿智。

18.除非你可以训练一只猫游泳,或一只狗看着刚打开的狗食不摇动尾巴,否则你千万别以为自己可以百分之百控制自己的孩子....

19.如果他说配不上你,就马上相信他吧!

20.不要嫁给憎恨自己母亲的男人!

21。别人怎么看你,没有你怎么看自己来得重要。除非你完全不值得说,否则总有人会说你。只有你能对自己有「内心深处的真正看法」。

22。如果你对现在的身材不满意,就永远会对自己的身材不满意(顶尖名模也没有给自己的身材一百分),你可以做一点改良,但是身材永远不会变成你幻想中的那个样子;你不必忍饥挨饿不择手段,反正随著年岁增加,你会更不满意,会发现其实原来自己年轻时很不错,为什么在可以吃冰淇淋时没多吃几颗?

23.想想自己的成长中受的委屈吧,再问自己要不要那么早当妈妈

24.相信自己!在面临选择时,别人意见可以参考,但真正拿主意的人是自己。不要把自己的命运寄希望于别人身上!






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Happy Chinese New years




Sorry ~ i will not update my blog for a certain time because it is Chinese New Year right now !! Haha,that is a great event for me because 1 year just have 1 time Chinese New year (common lo -.-'')What to do in this few days ?Any decision ?For me,this Chinese New Year,i will not go out for visiting friends house ,but just staying in the house. :-D However,i will just ''yam cha'' with all the friends that dint meet for some times. In my opinion ,CNY is just a few days that let u to have your great time with your friends,of course including your family too.Everyone back to their hometown and gather with all their relatives.Anyway,just enjoy the Chinese New Year in this week.

Hope everyone have their
*Healthy life
*Studies better
*Earn more money (for the employees)
*Happy life



GONG XI FAT CHAI !!




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Chinese police shut down hacker training business

BEIJING – Police in central China have shut down a hacker training operation that openly recruited thousands of members online and provided them with cyberattack lessons and malicious software, state media said Monday.

The crackdown comes amid growing concern that China is a center for Internet crime and industrial espionage. Search giant Google said last month its e-mail accounts were hacked from China in an assault that also hit at least 20 other companies.

Police in Hubei province arrested three people suspected of running the hacker site known as the Black Hawk Safety Net that disseminated Web site hacking techniques and Trojan software, the China Daily newspaper said. Trojans, which can allow outside access to a computer when implanted, are used by hackers to illegally control computers. The report did not say exactly when the arrests took place.

Black Hawk Safety Net recruited more than 12,000 paying subscribers and collected more than 7 million yuan ($1 million) in membership fees, while another 170,000 people had signed up for free membership, the paper said.

The report said police seized nine servers, five computers and a car, and shut down all Web sites involved in the case. Authorities also froze 1.7 million yuan ($250,000) in assets.

The shutdown of the site followed an investigation involving 50 police officers in three other provinces, the local d iang Times newspaper said.

The case can be traced to a hacking attack in 2007 on an Internet cafe in Macheng city in Hubei that caused Web services for dozens to be disrupted for more than 60 hours, the paper said. A few of the suspects caught in April said they were members of the Black Hawk Safety Net.

Black Hawk's Web site 3800hk.com could not be accessed, but a notice purportedly from Black Hawk circulating on online forums said that a backup site had been set up. The notice also sought to reassure members of its continued operations and said its reputation was being smeared by some Internet users.

"At this time, there are Internet users with evil intentions who have deliberately destroyed Black Hawk's reputation, deceived our members and stole material," the notice addressed to members said. "We must join forces and attack these Web sites."

A customer service officer contacted by phone, who refused to give his name, said the backup site provides content for its paying members to download course material to allow them to continue their computer lessons — though not in hacking.

The Hubei government refused to comment Monday while officials at the provincial public security bureau did not respond to repeated requests for comment.

Google threatened last month to pull out of China unless the government relented on censorship, an ultimatum that came after the search giant said it had uncovered a computer attack that tried to plunder its software coding and the e-mail accounts of human rights activists protesting Chinese policies.

Government officials have defended China's online censorship and denied involvement in Internet attacks, saying the country is the biggest victim of Web attacks. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said hackers tampered with more than 42,000 Web sites last year.

Meanwhile, scrutiny of Chinese Internet security grows following a rash of attacks traced to China and aimed at a wide array of U.S. and European targets, including military contractors, banks and technology companies.

Security consultants say it is hard to know what proportion of hacking from China is the work of individuals and whether the government is involved. But some say the high skill level of some attacks suggests China's military or other agencies might have trained or directed the hackers.

"The scale, operation and logistics of conducting these attacks — against the government, commercial and private sectors — indicates that they're state-sponsored," security firm Mandiant Corp. said in a report last month. "The Chinese government may authorize this activity, but there's no way to determine the extent of its involvement."





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Google leaps language barrier with translator phone




GOOGLE is developing software for the first phone capable of translating foreign languages almost instantly — like the Babel Fish in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.

By building on existing technologies in voice recognition and automatic translation, Google hopes to have a basic system ready within a couple of years. If it works, it could eventually transform communication among speakers of the world’s 6,000-plus languages.

The company has already created an automatic system for translating text on computers, which is being honed by scanning millions of multi-lingual websites and documents. So far it covers 52 languages, adding Haitian Creole last week.

Google also has a voice recognition system that enables phone users to conduct web searches by speaking commands into their phones rather than typing them in.


Now it is working on combining the two technologies to produce software capable of understanding a caller’s voice and translating it into a synthetic equivalent in a foreign language. Like a professional human interpreter, the phone would analyse “packages” of speech, listening to the speaker until it understands the full meaning of words and phrases, before attempting translation.

“We think speech-to-speech translation should be possible and work reasonably well in a few years’ time,” said Franz Och, Google’s head of translation services.

“Clearly, for it to work smoothly, you need a combination of high-accuracy machine translation and high-accuracy voice recognition, and that’s what we’re working on.

“If you look at the progress in machine translation and corresponding advances in voice recognition, there has been huge progress recently.”

Although automatic text translators are now reasonably effective, voice recognition has proved more challenging.

“Everyone has a different voice, accent and pitch,” said Och. “But recognition should be effective with mobile phones because by nature they are personal to you. The phone should get a feel for your voice from past voice search queries, for example.”

The translation software is likely to become more accurate the more it is used. And while some translation systems use crude rules based on the grammar of languages, Google is exploiting its vast database of websites and translated documents to improve the accuracy of its system.

“The more data we input, the better the quality,” said Och. There is no shortage of help. “There are a lot of language enthusiasts out there,” he said.

However, some experts believe the hurdles to live translation remain high. David Crystal, honorary professor of linguistics at Bangor University, said: “The problem with speech recognition is the variability in accents. No system at the moment can handle that properly.

“Maybe Google will be able to get there faster than everyone else, but I think it’s unlikely we’ll have a speech device in the next few years that could handle high-speed Glaswegian slang.

“The future, though, looks very interesting. If you have a Babel Fish, the need to learn foreign languages is removed.”

In the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the small, yellow Babel Fish was capable of translating any language when placed in the ear. It sparked a bloody war because everyone became able to understand what other people were saying.






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生田斗真
男藝人
原名 生田斗真
英文名 Ikuta Toma
暱稱 Toma
國籍 日本
出生 1984年10 月7日 (1984-10-07) (25歲)
日本 日本北海道室蘭市
職業 演員
活躍年代 1996年至今
經紀公司 傑尼斯事務所
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女歌手
英文名 Genie Zhuo
昵称 搖滾橘子、萱萱、卓小咪、幸福教主、army
國籍 中華民國 中華民國
出生 1986年01月20日 (1986-01-20) (24歲)
中華民國 台灣台北縣永和市
職業 歌手、演員、作家
語言 中文、台語、英語
教育程度 華岡藝校表演藝術科第27屆畢業
音樂類型 華語流行音樂
出道地點 中華民國 台灣
出道作品 1986年
活躍年代 2001年至今
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Linus Torvalds: Google's Nexus One First Mobile Phone I Don't Hate

Linus Torvalds, the inventor of the Linux kernel, has an absolute disdain for mobile phones. All of the ones he has purchased in the past, the man writes on his personal blog, ended up being “mostly used for playing Galaga and Solitaire on long flights” even though they were naturally all phones run on open source operating systems.

Things have changed now, he adds, now that he has caved and bought Google’s Nexus One a couple of days ago.

Torvalds has owned a number of phones before, including Google’s G1 device and ‘one of the early China-only Motorola Linux phones’, but it took for Google to add multi-touch capabilities to the Nexus One before he finally broke down and bought one from the company’s web store.

And he’s loving it:

But I have to admit, the Nexus One is a winner. I wasn’t enthusiastic about buying a phone on the internet sight unseen, but the day it was reported that it finally had the pinch-to-zoom thing enabled, I decided to take the plunge. I’ve wanted to have a GPS unit for my car anyway, and I thought that google navigation might finally make a phone useful.

And it does. What a difference! I no longer feel like I’m dragging a phone with me “just in case” I would need to get in touch with somebody – now I’m having a useful (and admittedly pretty good-looking) gadget instead. The fact that you can use it as a phone too is kind of secondary.

While Google hasn’t disclosed how many phones it’s sold so far, the company is believed to have sold closer to 100,000 than 1 million devices. But at least one of them made one of the most famous software engineers in the world one happy camper






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# 生日:1984年7月4日
# 出生地:東京
# 身高:176cm
# 體重:64kg
# 腳長:26.5cm
# 鞋碼:26.5CM
# 視力:左右1.5
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The 10 Most Useful Gadgets From Science Fiction and Comics



Every geek occasionally suffers from gadget envy. Even if you’re such an early adopter that you’re already waiting in line to get an iPad, your personal collection of gadgetry is limited by that pesky thing we call “reality.” Go ahead, tell me you haven’t, while watching Star Trek, thought about how handy it would be to have a transporter. And who hasn’t — usually right after saying or doing something stupid, or upon seeing a long shot win a race — wished he had a time machine?

So here, then, is a list of the top ten most useful gadgets from science fiction and comic books. I’ve restricted myself to one gizmo per source, because I could write a whole list based only on Star Trek or Star Wars, for examples. And I’ve also tried to focus on devices that would be useful without being incredibly dangerous — hence, no lightsaber (because you know you’d slice off an important body part thirty seconds after turning it on), no time machine (because paradoxes have that whole destroying-the space-time-continuum problem Doc Brown warned us about), and no transporter (because, as awesome as the idea is, I’m with Dr. McCoy that being disassembled and reassembled sounds rife with potential for serious problems). Oh, and James Bond movies are just too easy to use as source material, so they’re out as well.

10. The gesture computer interface from Minority Report - Was there any geek who saw this film who didn’t feel a bit disappointed when he came home and sat down at his gesture-ignoring computer? The interface was seriously cool, and, unlike many (if not most) futuristic computer interfaces in movies, actually seemed like it might be usable.

9. Mr. Fusion from the Back to the Future movies - I know the folks who made the trilogy threw Mr. Fusion in at the end of the first film because it was funny, and then were forced to stick with it when making parts II and III. But it raises some serious questions, like: If they have a device in the future that can create a fusion reaction powerful enough to generate (at least) 1.21 gigawatts of electricity out of a few pounds of garbage, why the heck do they still use gasoline in their cars? (We know they do, because not only does the DeLorean still use gas after its “hover conversion,” but we also see a Texaco station being run by robots.)

8. KITT from Knight Rider - OK, so calling this “science fiction” is a bit of a stretch, but, really, KITT rocked. Speaking from my own experience, I think most guys who watched Knight Rider wanted to be Michael Knight not so much because David Hasselhoff was that handsome or awesome, but because he got to ride in KITT. Granted, KITT’s AI frequently made him annoying, but mostly he did cool James Bond-type stuff, but was even cooler than any of Bond’s cars. And he was voiced by William Daniels, which is also pretty cool.

7. The sonic screwdriver from Doctor Who - Sure, it’s a classic deus ex machina, which is why the writers (wisely) try not to have the Doctor use it too often. But consider that, while having a frequently-used deus ex machina in a TV show is a bad thing, it would be astonishingly useful to have one in real life. I, for one, would be perfectly willing to have a device that could get me out of pretty much any trouble in which I might find myself, no matter how dull that might be for those watching me.

6. Iron Man’s armor - There’s a part of me that, intellectually, knows that there’s no feasible way to make such a suit without it being crushingly heavy. Then there’s the part of me that really, really wants it to actually exist, especially the version that outflew the jets. That would completely be worth wearing a heavy metal suit, though has it ever occurred to anyone to consider how incredibly inconvenient it would be to be Iron Man and have to use the bathroom?

5. The Green Lantern Corps power ring - The whole ineffectual-against-yellow thing aside, the GLC power rings are indisputably kickass. I mean, you can even use a power ring to create another power ring, which should set off a few alarm bells for anyone with even an elementary knowledge of physics, but that ability just makes it even more awesome. And, really, there are enough loopholes to get around the yellow thing. It does lead one to wonder, though: Would a jar of mustard be an effective weapon against the GLC? Inquiring minds want to know.

4. The universal translator from Star Trek - How incredible is the Star Trek universal translator? It’s so incredible that it even beats out the Babel Fish, since the latter only works one way. Of course, it’s clear to anyone with half a brain that the device was only invented (essentially as a retcon) because it allowed the writers to avoid including a scene dealing with language differences in practically every episode. But consider how incredibly useful it would be, even if it would send every interpreter on Earth to the unemployment office.

3. The neuralizer from Men in Black - Who hasn’t wanted to be able to modify someone else’s memory, or his own? It would be very, very easy to go wild with one of these, of course, so they would have to be restricted only to people with impeccable ethics. But think how convenient it would be: “Honey, look here for a second. [FLASH] I didn’t forget our anniversary. In fact, I brought you breakfast in bed, and gave you your gift first thing in the morning… and it was wrapped really well!” Of course the movies didn’t address the question of what you should do if the person whose memory you want to rewrite happens to be wearing sunglasses, but that’s a minor quibble.

2. R2-D2 from Star Wars (obviously) - C3PO is an irritating, bumbling fool when you get right down to it. R2-D2, on the other hand, is smart, funny, and astonishingly useful. He’s got attachments galore, and can hack into any computer anywhere just by plugging into it. He’s got enough room to store your lightsaber, should you need him to, and consider: if he can do partial repairs on an X-Wing in mid flight, think what he could do with your car!

1. The matter compiler from Neal Stephenson’s The Diamond Age - It’s essentially the same as the replicator from Star Trek, but I don’t want to violate my one-item-per-source rule. (See also Charles Stross’s Singularity Sky, with its cornucopia machine.) A machine such as this would have countless uses — and imagine the ads: “You thought it was quick and easy making coffee from a one-use pod! Now just say ‘Coffee, Kona, hot, with half-and-half,’ and there you have it!”





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Police want backdoor to Web users' private data‏

Anyone with an e-mail account likely knows that police can peek inside it if they have a paper search warrant.

But cybercrime investigators are frustrated by the speed of traditional methods of faxing, mailing, or e-mailing companies these documents. They're pushing for the creation of a national Web interface linking police computers with those of Internet and e-mail providers so requests can be sent and received electronically.

CNET has reviewed a survey scheduled to be released at a federal task force meeting on Thursday, which says that law enforcement agencies are virtually unanimous in calling for such an interface to be created. Eighty-nine percent of police surveyed, it says, want to be able to "exchange legal process requests and responses to legal process" through an encrypted, police-only "nationwide computer network."

The survey, according to two people with knowledge of the situation, is part of a broader push from law enforcement agencies to alter the ground rules of online investigations. Other components include renewed calls for laws requiring Internet companies to store data about their users for up to five years and increased pressure on companies to respond to police inquiries in hours instead of days.

But the most controversial element is probably the private Web interface, which raises novel security and privacy concerns, especially in the wake of a recent inspector general's report (PDF) from the Justice Department. The 289-page report detailed how the FBI obtained Americans' telephone records by citing nonexistent emergencies and simply asking for the data or writing phone numbers on a sticky note rather than following procedures required by law.

Some companies already have police-only Web interfaces. Sprint Nextel operates what it calls the L-Site, also known as the "legal compliance secure Web portal." The company even has offered a course that "will teach you how to create and track legal demands through L-site. Learn to navigate and securely download requested records." Cox Communications makes its price list for complying with police requests public; a 30-day wiretap is $3,500.

The police survey is not exactly unbiased: its author is Frank Kardasz, who is scheduled to present it at a meeting (PDF) of the Online Safety and Technology Working Group, organized by the U.S. Department of Commerce. Kardasz, a sergeant in the Phoenix police department and a project director of Arizona's Internet Crimes Against Children task force, said in an e-mail exchange on Tuesday that he is still revising the document and was unable to discuss it.

In an incendiary October 2009 essay, however, Kardasz wrote that Internet service providers that do not keep records long enough "are the unwitting facilitators of Internet crimes against children" and called for new laws to "mandate data preservation and reporting." He predicts that those companies will begin to face civil lawsuits because of their "lethargic investigative process."

"It sounds very dangerous," says Lee Tien, an attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, referring to the police-only Web interface. "Let's assume you set this sort of thing up. What does that mean in terms of what the law enforcement officer be able to do? Would they be able to fish through transactional information for anyone? I don't understand how you create a system like this without it."

What police see in ISPs
Kardasz's survey, based on questionnaires completed by 100 police investigators, says that 61 percent of them had their investigations harmed "because data was not retained" and only 40 percent were satisfied with the timeliness of responses from Internet providers.


It also says: "89 percent of investigators agreed that a nationwide computer network should be established for the purpose of linking ISPs with law enforcement agencies so that they may exchange legal process requests and responses to legal process. Authorized users would communicate through encrypted virtual private networks in order to maintain the security of the data."

Some of the responses to other questions: "AT&T is very prompt." "Cox Communications seems to be the worst." "Places like Yahoo can take a month for basic subscriber info which is also a problem." "AT&T Mobility does not keep a log at all." "MySpace give (sic) me the quickest response and they have been very pro-police."

Hemanshu (Hemu) Nigam, MySpace's chief security officer, said in an interview with CNET on Tuesday that: "You can be very supportive of law enforcement investigations and at the same time be very cognizant and supportive of the privacy rights of our users. Every time a legal process comes in, whether it's a subpoena or a search order, we do a legal review to make sure it's appropriate."

Nigam said that MySpace accepts law enforcement requests through e-mail, fax, and postal mail, and that it has a 24-hour operations center that tries to respond to requests soon after they've been reviewed to make sure state and federal laws are being followed. MySpace does not have a police-only Web interface, he said.

Creating a national police-only network would be problematic, Nigam said. "I wish I knew the number of local police agencies in the country, or even police officers in the country," he said. "Right there that would tell you how difficult it would be to implement, even though ideally it would be a good thing."

Another obstacle to creating a nation-wide Web interface for cops--one wag has dubbed it "DragNet," and another "Porknet"--is that some of its thousands of users could be infected by viruses and other malware. Once an infected computer is hooked up to the national network, it could leak confidential information about ongoing investigations.

Jim Harper, a policy analyst at the free-market Cato Institute, says that he welcomes the idea of a police-only Web interface as long as it's designed carefully. "A system like this should have strong logins, should require that the request be documented fully, and should produce statistical information so there can be strong oversight," he says. "I think that's a good thing to have."




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藝人或藝術家
外文名 山下 智久
暱稱 山P、Pちゃん
國籍 日本 日本
出生 1985年4 月9日 (1985-04-09) (24歲)
日本 日本千葉縣船橋市
職業 演員、歌手
教育程度 明治大學商學部市埸系畢業
活躍年代 1996年9 月6日至今
經紀公司 傑尼斯事務所
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對你好 vs 為你好

對你好很簡單,但是為你好卻可以很辛苦。

對一個人好,單純就想要對他好,也不求任何feedback,見到對方因為自己的好而微笑就夠了。

但是為一個人好,你卻必須常常要做出很多令自己與對方都痛苦的決定,因為你是為了他好,你變的囉唆、嚴苛,而對方也被逼的喘不過氣。

其實很多狀況都是在為人好,拿了一個高標準的尺在衡量其他人,因為你會希望對方是自己心裡所想的完美的樣子,會覺得對方犯一點小錯都不容許。你知道自己是為了他好,他也希望自己可以更好,但是氣氛就是怎麼也好不起來。

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聖經中有歌羅西書 3 章 23-24 節這樣說:「你們作僕人的,要凡事聽從你們肉身的主人,不要只在眼前事奉,像要討人歡喜的,總要存心誠實敬畏主。你們無論做什麼,總要從心裡做,像是給主做的,不是給人做的」

這節經文通常應用於打工仔工作態度上的反思,不過也值得深思「像是給主而做,不是給人而做」這句。英文對「給主」的翻譯原來是 「as to the Lord」,而不是 「because of the Load」,我們不是為主做什麼,而是向主做什麼,一個被動和主動的分別。

我為你好,因為我見到你成為我心目中的完美樣子,我就滿足。
我為神作工,因為神會給我獎賞,或因為神要我這樣作。
我為人負責,因為人人都說我應當為此而作。
這是一個被動的動機,若沒有預期的回報,這個動力終於會失去。

這樣,「為」會否包含著一些期望,或者有著私心,甚至是自己想強加於別人身上的價值觀?這會否使到大家都有壓力,有點吃力?

「對」是我主動的,甘心情願的,因為純粹我這樣做我就得到滿足。
我對你好,因為有機會讓我對你好,我就滿足。
我給神做,因為我想回應衪給我的一切。
我給人負責,因為我覺得這些人已和我生命結連,有了關係。

這裡好像有點咬文嚼字,但用字本身並非最大問題,用心本身才是要思想的地方。願我們禱告神,求神更新我們的意念,叫我們做任何事都是甘心情願地去作,無論是向主的,是向人的。使我們有清潔而單純的心思,帶有信心地依靠主去做






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Google tablet to give Apple a touch of its own medicine

Google is trying to one-up Apple, showing off designs for a new tablet computer based on its Chrome operating system that would be a direct rival to the iPad.

Just weeks after launching its own iPhone competitor in the US, the Nexus One, Google might soon extend its competition with Apple further as it seeks to push its search and other products on to as many devices as possible.

Google's user interface designer, Glen Murphy, published mock-ups of a Google tablet on the search giant's Chromium.org website, along with a video of how users would interact with the device.


Google's mockup designs for a Chrome OS-powered tablet computer.


Late last year Google announced Chrome OS, an operating system predominantly for small netbooks that would be based around the web browser, providing quick boot times and easy access to Google's array of online services.

The first Chrome OS netbooks are due to arrive this year, but Google is now considering extending the platform to other devices including tablets, desktops and even big screen TVs.

Chrome OS is a separate project to Google's Android platform for smartphones.

Google's tablet video shows the user interacting with the multi-touch touchscreen in a similar way to the iPad, using similar gestures to resize and interact with windows and launch applications. The device would include a five- to 10-inch screen and an on-screen keyboard.

On his blog, Murphy published an image showing the full range of hand gestures that would be supported by the tablet.

Google chief executive officer Eric Schmidt was on the board of Apple until August last year, when he resigned citing a conflict of interest over its Android phone platform and Chrome OS.

Now, the companies are increasingly at each other's throats.

Apple chief executive officer Steve Jobs reportedly told staff at a recent "Town Hall" meeting that Google was the one that began competing with Apple by entering the phone industry, labelling the company's "Don't be evil" corporate mantra "a load of crap".

Earlier, Google released an unofficial, browser-based version of its Google Voice app for the iPhone, which allows users to make cheap mobile calls using the internet. This effectively bypassed Apple, which had previously declined to allow Google Voice to be included in its App Store.

Microsoft has unsuccessfully tried to push tablet computers for the past decade, to no avail, perhaps because its designs were bulky and resembled regular laptops. The main difference was that the screens were touch-sensitive and could swivel to lie flat in a slate format.

But Microsoft also sees potential in the new iPad-style, multi-touch tablets, with some gadget sites late last year publishing images of a Microsoft "Courier" prototype. The images suggested it would include two touch screens that face each other in a book format.

Other manufacturers - including HP, Lenovo and Dell - are planning to launch tablet computers based on the Windows 7, Linux and Google Android operating systems.

TechCrunch reported today that, according to anonymous sources, Apple is working on a larger version of the iPad that would function more like a Mac than an iPhone.

Gartner analyst Robin Simpson said other companies including Google would have trouble competing with Apple's iPad because Apple had already developed a strong ecosystem around its products, allowing users to buy content from iTunes with one click.

"You can make great hardware, you can have a fantastic, easy-to-use operating system, but to make it commercially successful I think you need an ecosystem that encourages lots and lots of independent third party development and makes it really easy for users to discover content and buy content," Simpson said in a phone interview.

"It's easy to do hardware, it's really hard to create an ecosystem and Apple's got a head-start on everybody because they've been doing this for four to five years, based around iTunes."

Google would not say when or if it would start selling a tablet, saying, "Chrome OS is still in development and we are constantly experimenting with various user interfaces to determine what designs would produce the best user experience."

The tablet models would compete heavily with netbooks, which are small, lightweight laptops designed for accessing the web, editing documents or working on email while on the go.

To differentiate netbooks from the tablet competitors, PC makers are adding significantly more grunt to their netbook offerings, to such an extent that it's difficult to describe them as netbooks.

Dell today launched its Alienware M11x, which is an ultra-portable laptop with an 11-inch screen but includes a top-of-the-line graphics chip and processor. Dell described the machine as "the fastest sub-12 inch laptop in the universe".




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First

Second


Hmm,three weeks dint watch this until today@.@ Yesterday just finish my download and i watched it this morning.There is something touching and lovely that i want to share with you guys.It is love.In the above video,it starts from 5minutes in the first video until the end of second video.Suddenly,i felt it so touching and warm :-S Is that the power of love?Facing a problem that are not possible to solve? Anything else?What is the reason of it?

Love is just a curious feeling that you should feel it,touch it by yourself.In the video,we can see that the couple is come from two different world,but they have their attic faith that others do not have it.They are willing to wait each other and solve the problem together.They have faith in their relationship.This kind of love will stay longer ?Everyone will not know about it including about me.That is love!We do not know what happen in the next and the future.So,keep the faith and believe each others.Maybe that is the only way to keep the relationship.





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Perfect versus Better

We tend to define perfection as the absence of flaws, which is inherently wrong, since flaws are part of the reality. Too often, our perception of perfection as a flawless situation or individual proved to be not only difficult to learn, but plain wrong and deceivable. Striving for perfection causes more harm than good, leading into a land of frustration, weariness and misery.

Defining something by the absence of something else is a mindset of incompletion, a hedonistic and fearful approach. It’s hedonistic because we try to isolate only the “good” things from the whole, and it’s fearful because we do that by fear of the other, “bad” side. Choosing only one side of the coin is useless and ineffective. You can’t have a full coin if you chose only one side of it.

On the other hand, being just better assumes you know your flaws and accept them. You’re just getting better, not perfect. You’re embracing your whole structure. Not seldom, what you considered to be “flaws” are just violent pointers for a path you refuse to see or to take. What you may call “flaw” is in fact just an open window for another reality, usually much better than the current one.
Dry Future versus Rich Present

When you move your focus from your current reality and projecting it into a future, flawless reality in which you are perfect, you are depriving yourself from the only precious tool you have: your present time. When you step out of the living second and project yourself into a dry future you’re not actually living to the full. Whenever you strive for perfection you step out from the current time space continuum and try to insert into another, illusory one.

Whenever you strive for getting better, you’re in the present moment. You have to continuously assess your progress, you have to keep your focus on what you’re doing. If you had goals, you have to constantly check if you reached them. And if you did, you have to evaluate your options and set up the next goals. When you chose to become better, you never get out of your current time space continuum. Your present is real. And is rich.
Destination Oriented versus Traveling Oriented

When you strive for perfection you’re destination oriented: your goal is to attain a certain state, a flawless situation in which you are perfect. When you strive for being better you’re traveling oriented: your goal is not so much the destination, which changes continuously, but the travel itself.

I find much more joy by traveling than by arriving to a certain destination. As long as the current destination is also the departure point for my next trip, I can understand and I enjoy it. But if my final destination is reached, that means it’s the end of the travel. My trip has to stop. Which I simply don’t want to happen. I enjoy the trip much too much.
Focus On Bad vs Focus On Good

Striving for perfection is such a wearing attitude, it really drains you out. In fact, striving for perfection is quite a negativistic approach, if you look carefully. Since we define perfection as the absence of flaws, when we strive for perfection we focus on eliminating our flaws. Hence, we focus on flaws, instead of things we can improve.

Striving to be better is a fulfilling attitude, it fuel your body and mind. Striving for the better is focusing on the positive side. By accepting your flaws as part of your inherent nature, focusing on becoming better forces you to focus on your positive qualities and start enhancing what you already have an can grow.
The Dumbo Paradigm

I guess you all know by now the famous Dumbo cartoon. For those living on planet Mars in the last 50 years, Dumbo is the touching story of a baby elephant which had a big problem: huge ears. So huge that it actually had integration problems in his environment, a circus. His mother had to defend him from picky boys saying bad things about it, the other workers in the circus were also bothered by the little cub which only use seemed to be a very dangerous leap into a bucket filled with water, and nothing more. That little elephant with those incredibly big ears was no good even in a circus. Dumbo was tainted by his flaw: those huge and almost obscene ears.

But after the little elephant touches the bottom of his sorrow, with a little help from his friends, stumble upon a great discovery. His ears are so big that it can actually… fly! Right, those ears are so big that it can become a flying mammal just by flipping them. His biggest flaw has become the trampoline for his biggest success. The cartoon ends with a happy image of Dumbo flying all over the country above its personal tour train.

There is much to be learned from this story, and I do intend to write another blog post about it, but for now I’ll just say that Dumbo became better not because he tried to eliminate his flaw, but because he accepted it and made the best out of it. Dumbo focused on becoming better not perfect. If Dumbo would have been a perfect elephant, I really doubt that Disney would have made a cartoon about it.

Perfection is boring. Getting better is where all the fun is.






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小池徹平
男歌手
羅馬拼音 Koike Teppei
國籍 日本 日本
出生 1986年1月 5日 (1986-01-05) (24歲)
日本 日本大阪府大阪狹山市
職業 歌手、演員
音樂類型 J-POP
演奏樂器 吉他、口琴
出道日期 2002年
出道作品 天體觀測
唱片公司 環球唱片(日本)、A&M Records
經紀公司 Burning Production
網站 [1]
相關團體 WaT





姓名: 范冰冰
曾用名: 冰冰、宝宝
英文名: fanbingbing
性别: 女
职业: 演员 歌手 制片人
国家/地区: 中国
地域: 内地
出生日期: 1981-09-16
宗教信仰: 无
星座: 处女座
家乡: 山东省青岛市
身高: 168
体重: 50
血型: AB





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Tutorial:Easy Computing with Windows 7 : Keyboard Shortcuts

Many might be using the seventh generation of Windows operating system ' Windows 7 '. It makes our lives easier. To make it much more easier, some keyboard shortcuts will help you to make computing very easy. So, I have collected some keyboard shortcuts for Windows7.




Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 7 :

* Win+UP Arrow : Maximize the current window

* Win+Down Arrow : If the current window is maximized, restore it; if the current window is restored, minimize it

* Win+Left Arrow : Dock the current window to the left half of the screen

* Win+Right Arrrow : Dock the current window to the right half of the screen

* Win+Home : Minimize all but the current window

* Win+Space : All windows become transparent so you can see through to the desktop.

* Win+P : Adjust presentation settings for your display.

* Alt+F4 : Close the active window

* Alt+Tab : Switch to previous active window

* Alt+Esc : Cycle through all open windows

* Win+Tab : Flip 3D

* Ctrl+Win+Tab : Persistent Flip 3D

* Win+T : Cycle through applications on taskbar (showing its live preview)

* Win+M : Minimize all open windows

* Win+Shift+M : Undo all window minimization

* Win+D : Toggle showing the desktop

* Win+(+/-): Zoom in/out.

* Win+G: Cycle between the Windows Gadgets on your screen.

* Shift+Win+Up arrow: Maximize the active window vertically.

* Shift+Win+Left/Right arrows: Move the window to the monitor on the left or right.

* Win+number (1-9): Starts the application pinned to the taskbar in that position, or switches to that program.

* Shift+Win+number (1-9): Starts a new instance of the application pinned to the taskbar in that position.




* Ctrl+Win+number (1-9): Cycles through open windows for the application pinned to the taskbar in that position.

* Alt+Win+number (1-9): Opens the Jump List for the application pinned to the taskbar.

* Win+T: Focus and scroll through items on the taskbar.

* Win+B: Focuses the System Tray icons

* Shift+Click on a taskbar button: Open a program or quickly open another instance of a program.

* Ctrl+Shift+Click on a taskbar button: Open a program as an administrator.

* Shift+Right-click on a taskbar button: Show the window menu for the program (like XP does).

* Shift+Right-click on a grouped taskbar button: Show the window menu for the group.

* Ctrl+Click on a grouped taskbar button: Cycle through the windows of the group.

* Ctrl+Shift+N: Creates a new folder in Windows Explorer.

* Alt+Up: Goes up a folder level in Windows Explorer.

* Alt+P: Toggles the preview pane in Windows Explorer.

* Shift+Right-Click on a file: Adds Copy as Path, which copies the path of a file to
the clipboard.

* Shift+Right-Click on a file: Adds extra hidden items to the Send To menu.

* Shift+Right-Click on a folder: Adds Command Prompt Here, which lets you easily open
a command prompt in that folder.




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Training Your Focus

How is your focus? Do you find it easy to concentrate for longer chunks of time or are you easily distracted? Do you enjoy doing the same thing at the same focus level over and over again, or are you easily bored?

I used to think that focus is a function of pleasure: I can concentrate on this because I like it. I do some stuff better than other because I like it. While loving what you do can keep your concentration high, at least in the beginning, maintaining a constant, high focus is not a function of pleasure at all. It’s a function of will.

Focus can be trained. It can be enhanced, it can be shaped the way you want. It can serve you well, if you treat it well. In today’s post I’ll share some of my observations regarding focus and how one can work this tool the same way you work your muscles in your daily workout.
Detach From Pleasure

To like something is a great “do” igniter. It really puts you on the road. Starting something you don’t like is usually slower and less energizing. But after the initial thrill, even if you do like what you’re doing, keeping yourself in the flow requires a lot of effort. Your focus will start to weaken.

The best way to ensure a constant flow of focus is to detach from pleasure. To treat every single task emotionally equal. Might sounds “robotish” and totally not fun, but in fact it’s just a way to trick your focus into a better approaching method.

If you’re constantly doing only things you like, your focus will develop a sort of addiction. It will unconsciously start looking for nice stuff, and will ignore difficult, or boring things. It will not discard it and put it aside for later, the boring stuff will simply disappear from the radar. You’ll end up as a hedonistic prisoner of “only nice stuff, please”.

Detaching from pleasure doesn’t mean you will refrain from enjoying what you’re doing. Detaching from pleasure means you’ll start doing things regardless of their niceness level. You’ll just do them. Detaching from pleasure means you’re also detaching from boredom. If you can observe yourself doing stuff, pleasure and boredom are just choices. You’re doing that thing anyway, so you can chose how you feel about it.
Assess Results

Whenever you keep your focus on something for longer chunks, take your time to assess results every once in a while. Take your time to see how were you at the beginning of the task and how are you now. Especially in difficult tasks, assessing results is a great focus enhancer.

It does this by progress showing. If you’re caught in solving a longer problem, you might forget where you started. You start circling and stumbling. You get caught in a pattern of “I’m getting nowhere with this” and your focus will start weaken. The hedonistic part of you will ask for something nice to hang on, and you’ll step away form the problem and go grab a cookie, for instance.

If after the cookie your focus will be higher, it would be great, but your focus is usually thinner. You didn’t assess any results, you just tried to escape a difficult task. Your focus will want again to the cookie.

Assessing results is easy, is a matter of saying: “I started this journey 15 minutes ago, and I’m doing ok, regardless of the fact I’ve done only one single step. I’m ok. I’m on it.”. Your focus will be forced to stay there until you solve the problem. You assessed your position, you acknowledged the fact that you’re making progress.

This works regardless of the focus time span. You can assess results of a 15 minutes cooking session, or of a 5 years goal. Maintaining your focus is equally important in both.
One More Second

I took this habit from my fitness session. Whenever I do pushups or abs, I establish some goal, let’s say 50 abs. When I’m close to 49, I stretch myself out and go over 50, usually 51, or 52. I do the this all the time. The goal is clear but I always try to stay in there for one more second.

I also did this in business. Whenever I was close to finish a project, I did something extra, a feature or an addition of some kind. It was not in the specs from the beginning but I felt the need to put it there.

Staying “one more second” in a project, in a workout, or in a relationship is a fantastic focus enhancer. I always know that I can do more abs after that second and I always know that my project will be a success, after that last feature. I am in there, I know it, I stay focused.

“One more second” is also good for assessing wrong paths. Even if you feel it’s wrong, take one more second to assess that and let your focus decide. If it’s a bad relationship, stay one more second in it and make sure it’s really bad for you. Next time, your focus will warn you from the beginning, and you won’t have to go through tough times again.
Balance Your Senses

Your focus is channeling the reality by using your senses. Each person have a specific distribution of these senses in their focus. Some are visual, some are functioning well by really touching stuff, some are reacting better to voices. Your senses are the gates and your focus is the gate opener.

Focus likes diversity. If you’re a visual guy, try using some sounds in the next working session. Put some music on, tap the table from time to time. If you’re doing something related to sounds (you’re a musician for instance, or working on a movie soundtrack) try to balance this by using some new lights around you. Change your seat, light a candle. It will instantly make you focus better.

Your focus will always appreciate a new balance in your senses. It’s not about boredom, we talked about that already. What you’re doing is sending a complementary signal that will make your focus trying to recompose the big picture. And that will keep it on the current task.
Your Focus Is Your Reality

Ok, I cheated a bit. I started with all those tips about focus enhancement and kept the focus definition aside. And I did this for a reason.

I strongly believe that your focus is in fact your reality. You cannot experience something outside your focus. Everything you do is driven by focus, it’s like a handle to keep and master your environment. It’s the only way you actively experience your life: whenever you’re not focused, you’re drifting away, whenever you’re focused you’re sailing.

Let’s make a short experiment now. Take a look at the wall in front of you. Yes, like right now. Take a look, I said, don’t cheat. :-) After several seconds come back here and read on.

Where was your focus while you looked at the wall? Outside this blog post, of course, what a silly question. But where was the blog post during this period? You’ll answer that it was there, right in front of you, waiting for your to get back. It was in your mind. But I will say this blog post was completely outside your reality.

You might have think it was there, but it was on a virtual space and time. Your real space and time was filled with the wall. You were focused on the wall, and the wall took precedence of everything else in your life, including your thoughts. You might have think you were thinking at the post, but instead you were focused on the wall.

Everything in your life works like this. You might think you’re doing something, but your real focus is somewhere else. You think you’re happy, but instead of real happiness, your focus is in useless, shallow thoughts. You give to your thinking mind the benefit of reality, instead to give this to your focus. You might spend your entire life thinking you’re doing just fine, but your focus will be on a wall. You’ll be in fact experiencing a wall, not a happy life.

This is why training your focus is far more than a productivity technique. At a certain level, focus mastering is a magical endeavor, is an esoteric, almost secret art.

The one who masters his focus will master his own world.

Are you with me here? Or are your drifting away?






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* Name: 유노윤호 / U-Know
* Real name: 정윤호 / Jung Yun Ho
* Profession: Singer and actor
* Birthdate: 1986-Feb-06
* Birthplace: Gwangju, South Korea
* Height: 184cm
* Weight: 66kg
* Star sign: Aquarius
* Blood type: A
* Talent agency: SM Entertainment
* Family: Younger sister










Also known as SNSD (So Nyeo Shi Dae or So Nyuh Shi Dae), SoShi
Origin South Korea Seoul, South Korea
Genres Pop, dance-pop, teen-pop
Years active 2007–present
Labels SM Entertainment
Associated acts





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How To Defrag Your Mind In 5 Easy Steps

How To Defrag Your Mind In 5 Easy Steps

This is a follow up to my post: “Are You The Best Version Of Yourself?”. Specifically, that article used a geeky metaphor, comparing our own being with a computer. In order to be sure you run the best version of yourself, a certain number of maintenance tasks have to be performed, such as “updating your drivers” or “stay virus free”. In this post I’m going to detail on “Defrag your mind”.
Defrag Your Mind? What Exactly Is That?

For the non-geeky versions of my readers, I will briefly outline what a defragmentation is. Although it sounds pretty harsh, it’s nothing but an optimization process. The data on your computer hard-disk is not written and read in sequential order. It’s broken down into smaller pieces and written at arbitrary locations. Now, after a certain period, the effort for retrieving that information, scattered around your entire hard-disk, could become really time consuming.

This is where defragmentation comes in: it re-arranges the data on your hard-disk so it would be much more easier to access. The expected result of such a process is an increase in speed and a higher reliability of your equipment. In other words: you’re going to work not only faster, but also much safer.

Now, how can you do this to your mind? Here is my take on it, in 5 easy steps:
1. Chose Your Dominant Setup

Maybe you’ll be in travel mood for the next couple of weeks. Or maybe you’ll have to deliver something big at your job. Or maybe you’ll want to learn something new. Whatever the case, you’ll have to identify your major focus in the next few days or weeks. This is what I call your “dominant” setup. It will be your main concern, your essential duty.

Similarly, there are computer setups for video processing or for games. There are setups for text or image processing. Depending on these setups, your hard-disk algorithms may change. This is why it’s important to do an assessment first and understand what are you going to perform in the next few weeks. You’re going to setup your mind exactly for that.

Based on this initial assessment, when you’ll chose a dominant configuration for the next period. try to identify it with a single word or a small sentence: “finish project”, “workout” or “visit Rocky Mountains”. Your whole defragmentation process will target this dominant setup.
2. Identify Necessary Information

Once you correctly identified the main concern for the next period, start to identify related areas. What information do you need to succeed? Are there any important actions you need to perform on a regular basis? Are there any specific attitudes you need to adopt? Any habits you need to implement? All these items are part of your main setup.

Identifying your necessary information should be done rather slowly but thoroughly, than quickly and fuzzy. If you’re going to establish a new algorithm for your main central unit, you’d better make sure you won’t let out something important. That will only make the whole process slow if you’d have to go back and re-start it again.

One tip in this step would be to make a log of it. If it’s something about holiday, just write down the “cloud” of necessary information, actions and habits in a list format. Next time you go on a holiday, you’ll have the info available and spend less time on assessing it. Another tip that could significantly shorten this step is to use mind-mapping. A non-linear document would be more appropriate for this process than a sequential one.
3. Establish Priorities

You know the setup, you have the tools, now all you have to do is to establish priorities. If you ever witnessed a defragmentation, you saw that the most frequently accessed information is usually moved in the first sectors of your hard-disk. That would make it easier and faster to be accessed. And you’re going to do exactly that: make things easier to manage.

Identifying priorities is obviously closely related to the dominant setup. If you’re going to work more than usual, then one of your priorities would probably be to have your laptop charged as often as possible. If your main setup would be traveling related, maybe the tool which should be constantly charged is your mobile phone.

The easiest way to assess the priority is to use a scale from 1 to 5, 1 being the higher point of the scale. Take the previously gathered information and run it through this filter. Ok, this is a laptop, on a scale from 1 to 5 how important is that for my dominant setup? Ok, will give it a 2. Just start practicing and in time you’ll get better at it.
4. Ignore The Unimportant

One of the biggest clutter sources in our lives is the excess luggage we’re carrying around because we think it’s necessary. Or because somebody else has already decided for us it’s necessary. Or simply because we didn’t do any assessment whatsoever and we’re still carrying around those lose ends. Our focus is too loaded with too many lenses.

The 4th stage of your mind defragmentation should address exactly this question. If you moved all the important stuff closer to your core in the previous step, now you’re going to take the unnecessary bits and pieces and move them far away from your reach. Don’t get rid of them, of course, just offer them a well deserved break. :-)

For instance, if you’re going to travel, you may totally ignore your office suits. Push them away, ignore. If you’re going to learn something new, decide you’re going to cut on your distractions: ignore watching TV or social activities. The most important function of this step is to actually write down what are you going to ignore. Don’t expect it to happen naturally.
5. Run A Dry Test

Once your dominant new setup is in place, try to run a dry test. It won’t have the benefits of actually implementing the whole things, but it will still be useful. Take 15 minutes to imagine a whole day, from the moment you wake up to the moment you get to bed. Every information you need is in place? Are your priorities well balanced? Is the clutter properly stowed away?

If you’re satisfied, congrats, you just had your first mind defragmentation.
A Real Life Example
1. The Dominant Setup

I do a little bit of defragmentation every time I enter a new milestone for my blog. One of the dominant setups this year would be “monetize my blog”. These are at least 3 main functions I should perform under this new setup:

* create new products
* identify markets for the products
* promote my new products
* increase blog traffic

2. Necessary Information, Actions and Habits

* focus on creating extra products (text, audio and video)
* focus on promoting my blog via social media
* allocate at least 2 extra hours each day for new products
* evaluate the promotion and generated income

3. Establish Priorities

* the most important thing: create products (priority 1)
* the second most important thing: promote the products (priority 1)
* the third most important thing: increase blog traffic (priority 2)

4. What To Ignore

* spend less time reading other blogs
* spend less time on other projects (workshops, for instance)
* ignore alternative monetization like display advertising

5. Run A Dry Test

As you may already know I already have 5 books published on Amazon and things are going pretty well on this direction. The dry-test started on early January and just finished a few days ago when my 5th book was approved. I know how my dominant setup will look like for the next few months. :-)

Well this is how a basic mind defragmentation process looks like. This is really sketchy but I hope you got the idea.
How Often To Defrag?

Similar concepts in productivity metodologies (like GTD), suggests that a thorough review should be done weekly. In my experience, there’s no need for a weekly review in order to keep your mind defragged. It’s more about how often you will change your dominant setup, or your goals. This is also closely related to your own lifestyle.

For instance, I do think you should do a defrag every time you leave on holiday, but only if a holiday will mean a major shift in your regular lifestyle. If your current lifestyle is a nomadic one, living location independent, maybe you should do a defrag every time you check in to a new country.










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David Blaine: How I held my breath for 17 min




In this highly personal talk from TEDMED, magician and stuntman David Blaine describes what it took to hold his breath underwater for 17 minutes -- a world record (only two minutes shorter than this entire talk!) -- and what his often death-defying work means to him. Warning: do NOT try this at home.




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8种快速恢复精力的方法 Way to recover your energy

主题:8种快速恢复精力的方法
1.做深呼吸。

 深呼吸可以减慢心跳的速度,减少神经张力,降低血压。每天做10~15的深呼吸练习,另外,任何时候,当你感觉紧张或压力很大时,就做做深呼吸。让空气充满你的胸部和腹部,然后再慢慢地呼出。迈克尔·施密德特著有《厌倦疲劳》一书,建议每分钟呼吸12~16次。

2.沉思。
  人们常常通过沉思来放松自己,而沉思确实可以帮助人们解除疲劳。找一个安静的地方,然后舒舒服服地坐着、放松,闭上眼睛,想象一个像“一”那样简单的字。当其他想法侵入时,集中精力,再去想先前的那个字。

3. 慢慢地做一些伸展运动。
做伸展运动的效果跟做深呼吸差不多。它可以减轻肌肉张力,加速血液在体内的循环,以及帮助把氧气输送到大脑等。

每天开始时都来一次和缓的、适度的、给身体增加活力的伸展。弯曲脊柱可加速体内的循环。最好的伸展运动是:双手和膝盖着地,然后慢慢地、用劲地把背弯成弓形。保持这种姿势10秒钟,然后慢慢地放松。或双脚以肩宽分开,身体略微向前倾斜、曲膝,把你的手放在大腿中部,然后轻轻地弯腰,保持10秒钟,再放松。再重复做。

4.尊重你的生物钟。
我们中的有些人早晨时精力最旺盛,而其他人晚上精力最好。“如果你起床后,需要喝三到四杯咖啡才能提起精神,那你很可能不是一个“早上精力旺”的人。”查尔斯·昆兹勒曼如是说,他著有《如何让你的能量和生产能力最大化》一书。找出你的 “黄金时间”,把你最重要的工作留到你“高能量的时间段”。比如,如果你是一个“云雀”,那就在上午安排一天中最重要的事,而不要安排在下午。因为下午时,你的精力已经衰退了。

5.少吃多餐。
吃饭时,血液将跑到肠道,离开大脑,所以我们会变得迟钝,不想动。有部分专家,相信每天吃5到6顿,一顿吃一点点,那么你的血糖将保持稳定。为了能量起见,不要吃富含脂肪的食物,比如肥肉、冰淇淋等。消化这些事物,需要的时间长,因而血液离开大脑的时间也长。但是不要忽略那些带有基本的脂肪酸的食物,比如鱼和坚果。它们是很重要的营养滋补品。

6.多晒阳光
阳光能抑制身体中褪黑激素的生长。没有充足的阳光,尤其是冬天里的那几个月,有些人就会患季节性的“情感性精神病”,一种可能引起疲劳的抑郁症。

7.注意站姿。
当你没精打采地走时,你把你的重量从身体的中心处移开。因而你得耗费更多的气力来保持身体的平衡,约瑟夫·斯威尔解释说。“我们一天中搬运的物体就是我们自己的身体,”斯威尔说,“只要我们保持它在我们支撑点的中心,我们就不会那么疲劳。下面是一些保持平衡的简单方法:保持你的头在骨盆上方,耳朵在肩膀上方,腰背部向前倾。如果你坐在计算机前,你的眼睛应该与屏幕的中间在同一水平线上。女人们,脱下高跟鞋,把沉重的手袋留在家里——因为这两样东西都会使你的体重偏离重心。

8.检查你的睡眠习惯.
睡多久才够?人与人不同。可以这样测量:如果你在不想瞌睡的时候瞌睡,或者周末时睡到很晚,那说明你没有得到充足的睡眠,马克·马霍活尔德说。争取在以后的几个星期里每晚多睡一个小时,然后看看你感觉如何



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中文名: 李准基(李俊基)
外文名: 이준기
国籍: 韩国
出生地: 釜山昌原

出生日期: 1982年04月17日
职业: 演员
毕业院校: 首尔综合艺术大学电影系








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