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Having been married for more than 40 years, I can attest to the truth of the following statement: to excel in the art of domestic argument, one must master the art of losing. 作为一个进入婚姻这座围城40多年的人,我可以明下面这段陈述绝对是正确的——想要在家庭争论这门艺术中获得胜利,首先,你要掌握以退为进的艺术。  Modern psychologists are taken with the “win-win” solution. But in marriage, success resides more in “lose-lose” solutions. Out of these, both parties can win. For in the love configuration, losing gives a gift that always returns. 现代的心理学家们都热衷于“双赢”的解决办法,而在婚姻中,成功者更多地采取的是“双输”的解决方案。通过这样,夫妻双方都可以是赢家。因为,在爱情的天空下,放低姿态永远是一份有回报的礼物。 One day shortly after my wife and I were married, we set about picking new living-room wallpaper from a book of samples. My taste and hers were at odds.婚后不久的一天,我和老婆正着手于从一本样品册子里挑选起居室的新壁纸。我和她有了分歧,我们各有自己喜欢的壁纸。 “I like this one,” she said. “That looks like a section of a diseased liver.” “How can you say that? This is a classical pattern that goes all the way back to the Venetian.” “The Venetian were blind. They named blinds after them, remember? I like this one.” “I wouldn’t hang that in hell if I were the devil.” “我喜欢这一种。”她说道。“这种壁纸看起来就像一块患病的肝。” “你怎么能这样说?这种图案可是古典的古代风格。” “人是瞎子,他们以来命名百叶窗(在英语中,盲人和百叶窗是同一个词——译者注),记得吗?我喜欢这一种。” “我死也不会用那一种壁纸来作装饰。” As the argument went on, my wife suddenly slammed the book shut. “There are over two hundred samples in this book,” she declared. “I say we spend our energy finding one that suits us both, instead of bickering over the ones we don’t like.”争论继续着,我老婆突然用力把册子一合,大声宣称:“这本册子里有200多种样品,我建议,我们还是花精力来找到一张我们都喜欢的样品,而不是用来对那些我们不喜欢的品头论足。” /201006/106687The growing popularity of electronic books could offer hope for newspapersTHINGS are suddenly hotting up in the rather obscure field of electronic books and their associated ing devices, the best known of which is Amazon’s Kindle. A new, sleeker version of the Kindle was unveiled on February 9th. Just days earlier, Google said it was making 1.5m free e-books available in a format suitable for smart-phones, such as Apple’s iPhone and handsets powered by Google’s Android software. Amazon said it was working to make e-books available on smart-phones as well as the Kindle. Plastic Logic, the maker of a forthcoming e-er device, said it had struck distribution deals with several magazines and newspapers. The iPhone, meanwhile, has quietly become the most widely used e-book er: more people have downloaded e-book software (such as Stanza, eReader and Classics) for iPhones than have bought Kindles. Might e-books be approaching the moment of take-off, akin to Apple’s launch of the iTunes store in 2003, which created a new market for legal music downloads?The analogy is informative, and not just because the Kindle is often described as “the iPod of books”. Before Apple moved into music downloads, consumers faced a bewildering array of incompatible and incomplete services, none of which had critical mass, thanks in part to the record companies’ inability to agree on a common format. Apple, not being a record company, was able to broker an agreement and define a standard. At first, there was widesp scepticism that anyone would pay for music downloads, given rampant piracy of music on the internet. But being able to find music quickly and easily, rather than fiddling around with file-sharing software, proved far more popular than expected, and iTunes took off. That has not stopped piracy, and download revenues have not been anywhere near enough to compensate for falling CD sales. But iTunes provided a new model for a troubled industry.Book publishers are in better shape than record labels. Far from harming sales, the Kindle and the iPhone seem to offer incremental revenue, by making it easier for avid ers to buy more titles. Yet if e-ers do take off, the real beneficiaries could be the ailing newspaper and magazine publishers.The print media are in an awful state—and not just because advertising revenue always dives in recessions. Thanks to the rise of the internet, much of their business, notably classified ads, is migrating rapidly to the web. Meanwhile, most have failed to find a decent online business model. Giving news away on the internet, as most newspapers do, and selling online advertising alongside it, is not sustainable because the ad rates are so much lower online. Attempts to charge subscription fees or set up “micropayment” schemes have failed. But consumers treat phones (and Kindles) differently from PCs. People pay for text messages, even though e-mail is free. Apple has sold millions of iPhone applications through the iTunes store. Several newspapers and magazines are aly available, by subscription, to Kindle users. As with iTunes, people are happy to pay once it is made easy.So it is not unreasonable to suppose that someone could step in, as Apple did with music, and introduce a comprehensive and easy-to-use shopfront, through which books, newspapers and magazines could be supplied to paying customers. The convenience of having content delivered to devices automatically overnight, and being able to flick quickly between stories at the breakfast table, when underground or on an aeroplane, might be something that people will pay for. If this approach took off, newspapers would no longer depend on advertisers and could wind down their paper editions. (They could also quietly scale back their free websites.)How Apple could kill the KindleAmazon clearly has designs on this market with the Kindle, even though it is primarily intended for ing e-books. But Apple is arguably in a much stronger position. There are aly millions of iPhones and touch-screen iPods in circulation, and the company has long been rumoured to be working on a larger “tablet” device. Selling e-books and newspapers via iTunes, which aly has millions of paying customers, would be simple. True, Steve Jobs, Apple’s mercurial boss, has expressed scepticism about e-ers, claiming that “people don’t any more”. But Mr Jobs has a record of insisting that Apple is not interested in making a particular product (a iPod, a mobile phone)—right up until the moment when he unveils one. Might e-books soon be the next example? /200902/62996作者George Santayana曾说:“那些忘记过去的人注定要重蹈覆辙。” 但是当然谁都不愿意重渡08年一些黑暗的日子。要想真正汲取去年的教训,那就尝试以下五件事吧:1. Be prepared for sudden job loss. 对突然失业做好准备。According to federal data, the US lost 2.6 million jobs in 2008. And some experts are predicting that another 2 million may be lost over the course of 2009. Don't ignore the odds. It can happen to you, so be sure you're y to start interviewing immediately.美国联邦政府数据显示,美国在2008年削减了260万份工作。一些专家预计在2009年还有2百万份工作将消失。不要忽略这个可能性。这可能发生在你身上,所以要随时准备好面试。This means your resume should be up to date and y to send in a moment's notice, you should have at least one interview outfit cleaned and hanging in your closet, and your online networks should be current. Reaching out to people immediately after news breaks of layoffs at your company can seem disingenuous. It's best to connect with other professionals when they won't feel pressured by your request.这意味着你该随时更新简历,以确保能即刻发出简历。你至少要有一套干净的面试行头挂在衣橱,而且网上通讯工具应为在线状态。等裁员的消息出来才立刻去求助于人,这会让人觉得你虚伪。最好是在你不这么急迫的时候和其他人多联系。2. Network with your neighbors. 和邻居建立关系。Forget rubbing elbows with strangers at networking mixers. Your next professional opportunity could come while you're mowing the lawn, walking your dog, or on your building's elevator. According to a report entitled "Place of Work and Place of Residence: Informal Hiring Networks and Labor Market Outcomes" authored by Patrick Bayer, associate professor of economics at Duke University, and others, "Residing on the same [block] versus nearby blocks increases the probability of working together by over 33 percent."别惦记着和社交网站的陌生人拉关系。你的下一个职业机会也许是在修剪草坪、遛,或在住宅电梯里时出现。根据杜克大学经济学副教授Patrick Bayer的“工作地点和居住地点:非正式的招聘网络和劳动力市场的结果”等报告,“和附近区相比,你有大于33%的可能性和住在同一个区的居民一起工作。”So, help your neighbor shovel his walkway. Hold the door for the woman who lives above you. Be extra nice to the kids playing in front of your home. Host a dinner party for some of the folks on your street. Your future boss could be living on your block!所以,帮助你的邻居清理走道。出入大门时,为那个住楼上的妇女挡一会门。对在你家门前嬉戏的孩子多一点友善。为同住一条街上的人们举行晚宴派对。你未来的老板也许就住在同一个区!3. Explore your options in health care. 寻找保健行业的就业机会。No matter what is happening with the economy, people still require medical care. And with a growing and graying population, a notorious nursing shortage, and the addition of 372,000 health-care jobs nationally in 2008 (while other industries practically perished), health-care promises to remain hot. Whether you're a care provider, an administrative professional, a food services worker, an IT specialist, or a marketing executive, your local medical centers or health-related businesses may have a position for which you're qualified.不论经济如何,人们依然需要医疗保健。人口越来越多,越来越老龄,护理职位短缺, 2008年全美国新增了37.2万医疗保健工作(而其它行业却在衰败),所以医疗保健行业还是蒸蒸日上的。不论你从事护理、管理、食品供应、IT,还是市场营销,都可能在当地医疗中心或保健企业找到一席之地。4. Plan for your own future. 计划好未来。If you want to pursue another profession or entrepreneurship in the future, lay the groundwork now. Being goal-oriented will help you remain positive during dark days, and running your own business can put your career's future in your own hands. Also, you'll be in good company.如果你想以后换工作或自己创业,现在就得打好基础。以目标为导向,能让你在“黑暗”时期保持积极;创业能让自己把握职业未来。而且许多人将与你为伍,开始创业。President Obama is a small-business supporter, and Florida-based Internet marketing and website promotion agency Jorn and Price Marketing are predicting an increase in startups, saying, "New online startups will be everywhere. There are lots of very skilled people that have been and will be laid off or asked to take unacceptable cuts in pay. Many of these people will decide to go into business for themselves rather than fight a tough job market." If you could lose almost any job at any time, isn't it better to be your own boss? After all, not many folks would fire themselves.美国总统奥巴马总统持小企业发展。佛罗里达互联网营销及网站推广机构Jorn and Price Marketing预测创业的人数将增加,他们称“新兴网络公司将四处涌现。因为将要有许多高技能人才下岗,或者面临无法接受的减薪。许多人将决定自己去创业,而不是在一个艰难的就业市场中战斗。” 要是你随时都有可能失业,那么给自己当老板不是更好吗?毕竟,多数人不会炒自己的鱿鱼。5. Save some money in a very safe place. 将些钱存在十分安全的地方。In a mad world, you never know when you'll need a little mad money. So make sure you've got some on hand. Having a stash of cash -- at least six months of living expenses -- can make you breathe easier in scary times and give you the confidence you need to make careful choices about your professional life. In other words, you won't have to jump at the first job offer you get if it doesn't seem like a good fit.在一个疯狂的世界,你永远都不会知道什么时候突然急需用钱。所以你得存一笔钱。有一笔至少维持6个月生活的存款能让你摆脱恐惧,让你有足够多的信心去对职业生涯做出仔细选择。换句话说,你不必饥不择食地接受第一个出现却不适合的工作。The stock market proved to be an unreliable piggy bank in 2008, with Kiplinger magazine calling it "the worst bear market since the 1930s." So, do yourself a favor and accrue the king of all liquid assets in a manner in which you know you'll have it when you need it.在2008年,股市是一只不可靠的“存钱罐”,Kiplinger杂志称之为“自1930年来最糟糕的熊市”。所以,帮自己一个忙,管理流动资产时,你要确保要用的时候就能用。 /200902/62003

摘要:手相通过观看手掌的开头和纹路预卜未来。在现代,大多数人不再看真信手相,只不过将它当做一种游戏。Palmistry is the practice of foretelling the future by examining the shape of the hand and the lines in the palm of the hand. Today, most people no longer take palmistry seriously; they are interested in it as a form of entertainment.In palmistry, the fleshy parts of the palm at the base of the thumb and fingers and on the side of the hand are called mounts. The mounts are named after Apollo, the Moon, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, and Mars. A well-developed, fleshy mount is supposed to mean that a person has the characteristics associated with that mount. The mount of Apollo signifies a good sense of beauty; of the Moon, a dreamy disposition; of Venus, love; of Jupiter, ambition, pride, honor and a happy disposition; of Saturn, prudence and success; of Mercury, scientific, industrial, and commercial interests; and of Mars, courage.The wrinkles on the palm are called lines. Like the mounts, each line has a name and a meaning. For example, the curved line that surrounds the thumb is called the life line. If it is long and unbroken the person is supposed to have a long life. The heart line stretches across the palm just below the fingers. If this line is long and unbroken, the person is supposed to have a warm, affectionate nature. Below the heart line is the head line. If the head line is strongly marked it is supposed to indicate intelligence; if it goes almost to the outside of the palm, it indicates imagination. /200905/70683

摘要:由于猫生性狡猾,且喜欢在夜间四处游荡,中世纪的欧洲人将它们与巫术与妖魔联系在一起,对它们怀有恐惧和仇视。Throughout much of the Middle Ages, cats were feared and hated. Since they are very sly and in the habit of moving about in the darkness at night, people used to associate them with witches and the evil spirits. Cats were treated cruelly, and even burned together with witches. People used to believe that cats took away a baby's breath by magic. Even now when mothers see a cat near their baby, they take the cat away because they think that the cat often lies on the baby, and then the baby can't breathe and dies. It was a general belief that witches and evil spirits especially liked taking the form of a black cat. Because of this belief, black cats came gradually to be looked upon as the cause of misfortune and ill luck. A popular idea is that if people see a black cat crossing the road in front of them, something unfortunate will happen to them. Some superstitious people believe that killing the cats does not necessarily mean killing the witches, for a witch can take on the body of a cat for nine times. It is said that Napoleon saw a black cat before the battle of Waterloo. He lost the battle, and the British won. Probably for this reason, the black cat is unlucky on the continent, but in Britain, it is lucky. /200906/72268

Precious first born: mothers admit they really do favour first child摘要:最新研究表明,妈妈确实偏爱长子长女。Mothers really do favour their 'precious first borns' over the children they have later, research has found.Among examples of attention lavished on the 'precious first borns' (PFBs) were tales of how mothers rubbed shampoo into their own eyes before using it on their baby to ensure it wouldn't sting, and pulling their prams backwards for miles to keep the sun off their adored offspring.While they will conscientiously disinfect everything that comes into contact with their PFB and change them up to 150 times a week, their later children have to make do with items licked clean by the dog and stew in their own juices until their parents are y to deal with them.The term PFB and its poorer sibling the Neglected Subsequent Children (NSCs) were coined by members of the parenting website Mumsnet.Among the tales reported was one of a mother that used a hairdryer on her baby's bottom after changing her."She was chatting to her neighbour and asked if they were ever disturbed by her crying,""The neighbour assured her they were not, but that they had been woken once or twice by what sounded like a hairdryer."Another self-obsessed mother turned down an invitation to a friend and her baby's christening party because she thought her own child's "total gorgeousness would show their baby up and make them feel bad".Another confirmed the differing hygiene practices used for Child One and Two, saying: "First child, suckable items must be sterilised in Milton or steam after they've dropped on the floor. Second child: items must be wiped over with a clean damp cloth."Third child: give them to the dog to lick clean."Justine Roberts, co-founder of Mumsnet, told the reporters that most mothers would agree they treated the first child differently to later children."Precious First Born syndrome is something we can all relate to – most mums will confess to having checked on their sound asleep firstborns several times a night, whilst Neglected Subsequent Children are liable to bawl for an age before we even notice," she said. /200907/79086

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