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Unfortunately, just before you take your first step on the righteous journey to pursue your dreams, people around you, even the ones who deeply care for you, will give you awful advice. It’s not because they have evil intentions. It’s because they don’t understand the big picture—what your dreams, passions, and life goals mean to you. They don’t understand that, to you, the reward is worth the risk.不幸的是,有些时候正当你要迈出你追逐梦想的第一步的时候,你身边的人,甚至是一位十分在乎你的人也许会给你一些糟糕的意见。其实不是因为他们对你有恶意,是因为他们不了解你的宏图——你的梦想,,人生目标对你来说的意义。他们不了解,对你来说,最好的奖励就是值得冒险的经历。So they try to protect you by shielding you from the possibility of failure, which, in effect, also shields you from the possibility of making your dreams a reality.所以他们试图想要保护你而减少你失败的可能性,实际上,他们也在减少你使梦想成真的可能性。As our friend Steve Jobs says:“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice, heart and intuition. They somehow aly know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”就像我们的朋友Steve Jobs(苹果公司CEO)说的:你的时间是有限的,不要浪费在别人身上,不要被教条主义束缚,也就是不要活在别人的思想下,不要让别人的意见影响你自己内心的声音,心灵,和直觉。他们怎么可能知道你本身在想什么,除了自己以外,其他的一切都是次要的。Here are ten ill-advised tips (lies) people will likely tell you when you decide to pursue your dreams and the reasons why they are dfully mistaken:这里有十条没脑筋的建议(谎话)和他们被误解的原因,这些都是当你决定要追逐你梦想的时候,人们最可能告诉你的。1. You can follow your dreams someday, but right now you need to buckle down and be responsible.你可以以后再去追逐你的梦想,但是现在你必须铆足劲并且负责任。Someday? When is ”someday”? “Someday” is not a day at all. It’s a foggy generalization of a time that will likely never come. Today is the only day guaranteed to you. Today is the only day you can begin to make a difference in your life. And pursuing your dreams is what life is all about. So don’t be irresponsible. Don’t wait until “someday.” Make today the first day of the rest of your new life.以后?以后是什么时候?“以后”根本就不是一天。它是一种笼统的时间概念,而且可能永远都不会出现。对你来说,今天才是你唯一需要保的一天。今天是唯一一天能让你的生活开始不一样。并且追逐梦想就像你的生活一样,所以不要对你的生活不负责任。不要等“以后”的到来。让今天成为你以后新生活的第一天。 /201012/121921

Researchers have found that peoples' mental abilities peak at 22 before beginning to deteriorate just five years later.Professor Timothy Salthouse said the results suggested that therapies designed to prevent or reverse age-related conditions may need to start earlier, long before people become pensioners.Almost half of over 50s 'unaware of leading cause of blindness'" Results converge on a conclusion that some aspects of age-related cognitive decline begin in healthy, educated adults when they are in their 20s and 30s," he said.The study of 2,000 men and women lasted over seven years. The respondents, aged between 18-60, were asked to solve visual puzzles, recall words and story details and spot patterns in letters and symbols.Similar tests are often used to diagnose mental disabilities and declines, including dementia.The research by the University of Virginia found that in nine out of 12 tests the average age at which the top performance was achieved was 22.The first age at which performance was significantly lower than the peak scores was 27 – for three tests of reasoning, speed of thought and spatial visualisation. Memory was shown to decline from the average age of 37. In the other tests, poorer results were shown by the age of 42.However, the report published in the academic journal Neurobiology Of Ageing, found that abilities based on accumulated knowledge, such as performance on tests of vocabulary or general information, increased until at the age of 60.Twenty-seven has long had negative connotations, as it is the age at which many popular musicians died, including Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Brian Jones, Janis Joplin and Kurt Cobain. /200903/65659

  美国:情人节 表达爱意的小礼物比昂贵的奢侈品更受欢迎Is it really the thought that counts? Americans will find out this Valentine's Day.US shoppers will spend 17 percent less, on average, on their sweethearts during the Feb 14 lover's holiday this year, according to a survey by BIGresearch for the National Retail Federation. That comes to about 3 per gift-giver down from 3 last year."Valentine's Day this year will be more about small tokens of affection rather than extravagant purchases," Phil Rist, executive vice president at BIGresearch, said.Some people will do away with gifts altogether and arrange "quality time" with their heart's desire at home instead, while others will set strict budgets for what they are willing to buy, he said.But the most popular traditions won't die too fast. Nearly half of those surveyed said they would go to a restaurant on Valentine's Day and more than one-third said they plan to buy flowers. About 58 percent said they would send greeting cards, up from 56.8 percent last year.According to the survey results, the majority of those surveyed (90.8 percent) will spend the most on their spouse (.22), with other family members getting about one-fifth of their budget (.95). Smaller amounts will be spent on children, teachers, co-workers and pets.Total U.S. spending is expected to reach .7 billion for the holiday. The survey polled 8,850 consumers in early January about their Valentine's Day spending plans. /200902/62005

  我正在节食,你能不能给我弄一个铃声,响起来就象在有人在告诉我“你(身材)看起来真棒。”。

  Overweight and obese people shouldn#39;t put off regular physical exercise because of worries it could lead to osteoarthritis of the knees, according to a report in the Journal of Epidemiology amp; Community Health. A study of overweight and obese people found their risk of knee osteoarthritis was significantly higher than normal-weight individuals but exercise didn#39;t increase that risk. 《流行病学与公共卫生杂志》(Journal of Epidemiology amp; Community Health)刊文称,超重和肥胖人群不应以可能导致膝关节骨性关节炎为由,抗拒定期的体育锻炼。一项针对超重和肥胖人群的研究发现,该类人群罹患膝关节骨性关节炎的风险远高于正常体重的人群,但体育锻炼并不会增大这种风险。 Previous studies examining the effects of recreational exercise on osteoarthritis risk have had mixed findings. Tim Bower以往也有过一些针对休闲运动是否会引发或增加骨性关节炎风险的研究,但结果莫衷一是。 Researchers analyzed osteoarthritis risk in nearly 30,000 Norwegian women and men enrolled in national health surveys from 1984 to 1997. Subjects were in their mid-40s and pain-free at the start. Just over a third of the participants exercised an hour or more per week and were considered physically active. Physician-diagnosed osteoarthritis was reported by the subjects. 研究人员对1984至1997年接受全国健康调查的近三万挪威人进行了骨性关节炎风险分析。调查对象的年龄处于45岁上下,起初并无关节疼痛症状。其中只有三分之一强的调查对象每周运动超过一个小时,被认为属于积极锻炼的人群。调查对象均报告称医生诊断其患有骨性关节炎。 Risk of knee osteoarthritis was more than four times as high in obese men and women as normal-weight subjects over 11 years of follow-up, the study found. But there was no additional risk associated with exercise or exercise intensity for any body-mass-index category, the analysis showed. Hip osteoarthritis wasn#39;t linked to either high BMI or exercise. 研究发现,在11年的跟踪分析中,肥胖人群(不分男女)罹患膝关节骨性关节炎的风险较正常体重的人群高出四倍多。但分析显示,按体质指数(BMI)划分的任何一类人群中,运动或运动强度均不会导致罹患骨性关节炎的风险增大。髋关节骨性关节炎与体质指数或运动强度均无直接关系。 Caveat: Information about types of exercise performed wasn#39;t available. It is possible participation in high-impact sports can increase the risk of knee and hip osteoarthritis within all categories of BMI, researchers said.警告:有关调查对象所进行的运动的类型不得而知。研究人员指出,不论体质指标是属于哪一类的人群,都仍有可能因为进行高强度运动而导致罹患膝关节和髋关节骨性关节炎的风险增大。 /201205/184629

  As BlackBerries and global business mean more and more of us work #39;out of hours#39;, addiction to work is becoming more common.黑莓手机和跨国贸易意味着越来越多的人超时工作,工作狂现象变得越来越普遍。But until now, being a #39;workaholic#39; has been a matter of opinion - much in the same way as Dylan Thomas quipped, #39;An alcoholic is someone you don#39;t like who drinks as much as you do.#39;到现今为止,“工作狂”仍是见仁见智的一个话题,狄兰#8226;托马斯对酒鬼的定义也是如此,他曾打趣说:“嗜酒者就是喝酒喝得和你一样多的讨厌鬼。”Now, Norwegian scientists have designed a #39;scale#39; toseparateout keen workers from those who have a behavioural problem that drives them to harm themselves by overwork.现在,挪威科学家设计了一个“尺度表”,将积极的员工和那些有行为问题、工作过度以至伤身的员工区分开来。The ‘Bergen Work Addiction Scale’ looks at the kind of behaviour that is displayed by all kinds of addicts, from drug users to alcoholics, but related to the workplace.这一“卑尔根工作狂尺度表”观察了从吸毒者到嗜酒者等各种瘾君子的行为表现,但是将这些行为和职场联系起来。Those who, for instance, free up time to fit in extra work or feel guilty if they don’t stay late on a regular basis may be workaholics.举例来说,那些腾出时间加班或是如果不天天超时工作就会感到内疚的人可能是工作狂。Reporting to the Journal of Psychology, researcher Doctor Cecilie Schou Andreassen of the Univesity of Bergen, said the Scale was the first of its kind in the world.研究人员、卑尔根大学的塞西莉亚#8226;休#8226;安德瑞亚森士说该尺度表在全世界是头一个。这一研究发表在《心理学杂志》上。It was tested on 12,000 workers from 25 different kinds of industry, and reflects what she called the ‘seven core elements of addiction.’这个表经过25个行业的1.2万名员工的测试,反映出安德瑞亚森士所说的“上瘾的七个要素”。These are salience - noticeability - mood, tolerance, withdrawal, conflict, relapse and problems.这些要素是:突出性(显著性)、情绪、忍耐力、脱瘾、挣扎、复发、问题。The Scale was designed jointly by psychologists from Norway’s University of Bergen withcolleagues from Nottingham Trent University.该表是挪威卑尔根大学的心理学家和诺丁汉特伦特大学的同事共同设计的。The Bergen scientists believe work addiction is getting worse, not better, because the boundaries between home and office are getting blurred.卑尔根大学的科学家认为人们的工作成瘾症日益严重,因为家庭和办公室的界限越来越模糊。Being in constant touch through mobile phones and laptops and tablet computers, for instance, means it is harder to ‘switch off’ and easier to work from home.例如,经常使用手机、笔记本电脑和平板电脑意味着更难“关机”,也更容易在家工作。Growing globalisation also means it necessary for some companies to be in touch withcolleagues in different time zones, so it will happen outside normal working hours.全球化的发展也意味着某些公司需要和不同时区的同事联系,因此人们也会在非正常工作时间工作。These factors, and others, contribute to more employees who are ‘driven to work excessively and compulsively’ - the definition of an addict.这些因素和其他因素让更多的员工“不得不强迫性地工作过度”——这构成了工作成瘾。Are you a workaholic? The test that finds out if you have a problem测一测你是不是工作狂Look at each of the following statements and rank yourself on each one according to the following: 1 Never; 2 Rarely; 3 Sometimes; 4 Often; 5 Always.阅读下面的陈述,并按如下几类给自己打分:1、从不;2、很少;3、有时;4、经常;5、总是。You think of how you can free up more time to work.你思考如何能腾出更多时间来工作。You spend much more time working than initially intended.你工作的时间比你预想的多得多。You work in order to reduce feelings of guilt, anxiety, helplessness and depression.你为了减少内疚感、焦虑感、无助感和抑郁感而工作。You have been told by others to cut down on work without listening to them.别人让你减少工作量,但你置若罔闻。You become stressed if you are prohibited from working.如果你被禁止工作,你会感到压力很大。You deprioritize hobbies, leisure activities, and exercise because of your work.你让工作优先于你的爱好、休闲活动和健身。You work so much that it has negativelyinfluenced your health.你工作太多,已经对你的健康造成负面影响。If you score ‘often (4)’ or ‘always (5)’ on four or more of these seven statements, it ‘may suggest you are a workaholic.’如果这7项陈述中,你有4项以上是“经常”或 “总是”,那么这“可能意味着你是个工作狂”。 /201206/185614Seducing a woman is an art, and most guys never even really take the first few steps that are needed to properly seduce a woman. If you are serious about seduction, and you want to be able to successfully get a woman in bed, then you need to start from square one. Otherwise, you could easily end up amongst the throngs of men that try to buy their way into a woman’s favor, or end up going around trying cheesy routines to try and manipulate a woman into sleeping with you.勾搭美女是一门艺术,然而大多数的男人甚至从未真正采取色诱所需的适当手段来搭讪美女。如果你是真的想认真学习怎样成功的让美女自愿跟你爱爱,那么你需要从头开始。否则你将成功跻身于那些很努力地尝试投美女所好,或者那些使用自认为一流的技巧来骗美女上床却不甚成功的人群之中。Don’t assume that seduction is just about sex, because it is NOT. If you make the mistake of assuming that it’s all about sex, I can almost guarantee you that you will NEVER be able to walk up to a woman and in only a short time be able to entice her into your bedroom.不要以为色诱仅仅是为了爱爱,因为事实并不是这样的。如果你在这点上犯了错误,我几乎可以很肯定的保你永远不能随意走向一个美女并在短时间内把她勾引进你的卧室。Here are 5 shockingly simple tips to get her in YOUR bed:好了,闲聊到此为止,接下来是五个最简单的色诱技巧:1. You need to touch her on an emotional level before anything physical.在任何身体接触之前提高她感情上的触动Trying to just use physical attraction to get a woman into bed is going to be a tough one at best. Women are sexually attracted on an emotional level much more so than a physical one, so this can work out well, as long as you focus on touching on those emotions.仅仅使用你的身体吸引力来色诱美女是最艰难的。美女们对于感情上的反应远比肉体上的反应来的强烈,所以只要你把她们注意力的焦点集中在感情上,这个技巧就能发挥很好的作用。 /201009/112764

  

  每个高喊着减肥的姑娘,都有一张管不住的嘴。但最新研究表明,胖纸不只是吃出来的,更是;坐;出来的!想甩掉腰间的救生圈?赶紧站起来;抖抖手来抖抖脚;吧!New research gives many of us yet another reason to get up off our desk chairs and get moving.一项新的研究,让我们又多了一个离开桌椅站起来活动活动的理由。The findings, published in Cell Physiology, suggest that the pressure placed in the buttocks and hips from sitting down for too long can generate up to 50 percent more fat in those areas.这项被刊登在《细胞生理学》上的调查结果表明,持久静坐施加于臀部和胯部的压力,会使这些部位生成50%以上的脂肪。Researchers from Tel Aviv University looked at MRI images of muscle tissue in people who had been paralyzed by spinal cord injuries and found that major amounts of fat cells stretched to surround the areas around the muscles that endured pressure from lying or sitting. The researchers then manipulated a group of fat cells to stretch and stay sedentary for long periods of time, representing the time spent sitting or lying down. After two weeks, they found that stretched cells produced nearly 50 percent more liquid fat than regular fat cells.特拉维夫大学的研究人员,观察了一些因脊髓损伤而瘫痪的病人的肌肉组织MRI(核磁共振成像)图像,发现大多数的脂肪细胞都聚集在因为躺或者坐而承受压力的肌肉附近。;These findings indicate that we need to take our cells#39; mechanical environment into account as well as pay attention to calories consumed and burned,; Amit Gefen, one of the Tel Aviv researchers, told the U.K.#39;s Telegraph.;那些调查结果表明,我们不仅要注意消耗和燃烧的卡路里,更要考虑下细胞的机械环境。;一位名叫Amit Gefen的特拉维夫研究人员,这样告诉英国《每日电讯报》。Previous research found that those who were bound to wheelchairs or were bedridden developed abnormal muscle and fat growth in areas of the body where more pressure was placed. But Gefen said this research could also translate to the not so extreme sedentary lifestyle.先前的研究发现,那些受轮椅束缚或者卧病不起的人,会在身体受压更大的部位,出现肌肉发育不良的情况,并且增长脂肪。但Gefen说,即使没那么极端的久坐生活方式同样会造成研究得出的结果。Even those who eat well and exercise can suffer the consequences of a bigger butt and waistline if they stay seated for longer periods of time, according to this research. But forgo the exercise and become a couch potato and the results could be worse, Gefen told The Telegraph.研究表明,如果久坐不动,甚至那些吃得很营养也锻炼身体的人也会变成粗腰肥臀。不过,成天躺在沙发上看电视又不锻炼的话,一定会变得更糟糕,Gefen对《每日电讯报》如是说。 /201112/163690

  Today#39;s show plates have a pattern on the front which must be aligned perfectly to the diner. On days when the aesthetic of the food requires plain ones, Defremont explains, they are set so that, should the diner decide to flip them over to the manufacturer#39;s name on the underside, they will be able to do so without the need for any troublesome rotation. 如今的装饰盘前面都有花样,它必须与用餐者完全保持在一线上。德弗雷蒙特解释道,有时食物的美观需要搭配花样简单的装饰盘,它们这样摆放的好处是:用餐者若想翻看盘子背面厂商的名字,可以直接翻看,而无需再麻烦地转个查看。 Sessions followed on napkin folding and the selection of the correct glass for various kinds of wine. Every single element was entirely logical, and planned so the customer#39;s experience should be seamlessly enjoyable. In fact, my abiding impression was of the incredible amount of work that goes into the setting that should never be noticed – a kind of antithesis of ostentation created with some of the most reassuringly expensive kit I#39;ve ever been allowed to handle. 培训课接下来讲授的是餐巾纸的叠法以及如何选择品味各种葡萄酒的玻璃酒杯。每一个环节都完全条理分明,安排妥当,让用餐者的体验至始至终是一种享受。事实上,本人一贯的印象是:布置餐桌所付出的N多努力可能永远难以觉察——这种布置并非出于卖弄,而是本人通过亲身操弄那些最贵重餐具器皿后的真实感受。 As Ducasse represents the very highest level of three-star table art, there is an opposing philosophy.It doesn#39;t have a name, but you#39;ll sense its presence in restaurants that use plain white crockery and simple, even unmatched, cutlery. Probably the best example is St. John – no ;art; to distract, no background music and staff in something more like chef whites than the starched outfits of traditional waiters. Simplicity usually extends to doing away with the side plate altogether and relying on the clean expanse of white tablecloth or paper slip on which to break the hand-made sourdough. Places such as Andrew Edmunds or Hereford Road have a similar, almost monastic, aesthetic which is intended to focus attention on the food while escaping any of the social pressures of formality. 杜卡斯代表的正是米其林三星级餐厅最高水准的餐桌布置艺术,另外还有另一种截然不同的餐桌布置哲学。它没有具体名称,但很多餐馆里可以感觉其存在——使用纯白色餐用器皿与简单、甚至不配套的餐具。最好的例子也许要数圣#8226;约翰餐厅(St. John)了——没有所谓的;艺术;去分散用餐者的注意力,也没有背景音乐,员工穿的是厨师的白色工作而非传统务员所穿的那种刻板工装。更有甚者,简约得干脆把小寸盘悉数去掉,只留下平整的白桌布或纸卷,径直在上面切手工酵母面包。安德鲁#8226;埃德蒙兹(Andrew Edmunds)与禧福道(Hereford Road)等餐厅的审美情趣大同小异、几乎堪比修道院,目的就是让用餐者专注饭菜质量,同时可以避免正式社交场合之繁文缛节。 At both ends of the scale the table setting remains a social bellwether – cutlery and crockery are still about class. We either espouse the pretensions of our forebears in new and subtle ways, or knowingly subvert them to show how little we care for bourgeois values (while remaining resolutely bourgeois). In the end, both positions rely on a forensic ing of social convention. Betjeman would have approved. 不管是简约型还是繁杂型,餐桌布置依然是社交中的重头戏——餐具与器皿的放置仍攸关用餐者的身份地位。我们不是以全新微妙的方式奉行先祖们繁文缛节的那一套,就是有意颠覆之,表明对这套布尔乔亚的价值观多么不屑一顾(同时依然信守布尔乔亚式的生活)。不管怎样,这两种方式都取决于对社会传统习俗的辩论式解读。我想贝杰曼肯定也会赞成这么做。 /201207/189451。

  This story is told of a browbeating counsel,who habitually endeavored to terrorize his opponent#39;s witnesses.这个故事讲的是一个咄咄逼人的辩护律师,他惯于尽量去恐吓对方的人。One witness rather tended to preface his replies with lengthy explanations.有一个人有点倾向于在回答问题之前做冗长的解释。;I want #39;yes#39; or #39;no#39;, ;thundered counsel. ;There is no need for you to argue the point!;“我要你回答‘是’或者‘不是’,”辩护律师怒喝道: “你没有必要就这个问题进行争论。”;But there are some questions which cannot be answered by #39;yes#39; or #39;no#39;, ;mildly responded the witness.“可是有些问题无法用‘是’或者‘不是’来回答。”这位人温和地回敬他。;There are not!; snapped the lawyer.“不存在这样的问题!”律师厉声打断他。;Oh,; said the witness, ;answer this then: Have you ceased beating your wife?;“噢,”人说:“那么请你回答这个问题:你停止打你老婆了吗?” /201206/185515

  

  

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