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陈琛 发表于 2009-05-20 09:34 | 分类:未分类 | 围观: 10826
  昨晚在非度(Freedom)度过一个迷人而肚子发胀的夜晚,那里的无线网速超级不快。不知怎么一时心血来潮旧病复发又玩起了代码,在博上添加了一段播放器。这个播放器的特点是,它可以保持不动,即便把首页点击到日志列表页面,播放器保持正常播放。但后来突然发现用IE浏览器,整个页面都打不开,用Google的浏览器则没有问题。看来chrome的确前卫一些。所以,我把代码移到另一个地址上,french.tianyablog.com,原来的地址保持不动,这样多此一举就是为了两全其美。其实两全其美是很难的,你也许根本不知道我在说什么。就当我什么都没说。。

如果彪悍的古人用广播。。。

陈琛 发表于 2009-05-18 13:01 | 分类:未分类 | 围观: 10605
  1、赵元任《施氏食狮史》
  石室诗士施氏,嗜狮,誓食十狮。施氏时时适市视狮。十时,适十狮适市。是时, 适施氏适市。氏视是十狮,恃矢势,使是十狮逝世。氏拾是十狮尸,适石室。石室湿,氏使侍拭石室。石室拭,氏始试食是十狮。食时,始识是十狮,实十石狮尸。试释是事。
  
  2、杨富森《于瑜与余欲渔遇雨》
  于瑜欲渔,遇余于寓。语余:“余欲渔于渝淤,与余渔渝欤?”
  余语于瑜:“余欲鬻玉,俞禹欲玉,余欲遇俞于俞寓。”
  余与于瑜遇俞禹于俞寓,逾俞隅,欲鬻玉于俞,遇雨,雨逾俞宇。余语于瑜:“余欲渔于渝淤,遇雨俞寓,雨逾俞宇,欲渔欤?鬻玉欤?”
  于瑜与余御雨于俞寓,俞鬻玉于余禹,雨愈,余与于瑜踽踽逾俞宇,渔于渝淤。
  
  3、《季姬击鸡记》
  季姬寂,集鸡,鸡即棘鸡。棘鸡饥叽,季姬及箕稷济鸡。鸡既济,跻姬笈,季姬忌,急咭鸡,鸡急,继圾几,季姬急,即籍箕击鸡,箕疾击几伎,伎即齑,鸡叽集几基,季姬急极屐击鸡,鸡既殛,季姬激,即记《季姬击鸡记》。
  
  4、《遗镒疑医》
  伊姨殪,遗......

美国式...

陈琛 发表于 2009-04-21 12:37 | 分类:bullshit纯属扯蛋ing | 围观: 13642
  Australia typically allows international graduate students to adjust to permanent residence and a path to citizenship. In the US, we train these international students at our best universities and make it hard for them to work in the US. The result is that more of these students will go to other countries and their home countries and compete with us. Our immigration system is more favorable to those with low education, low skills and low English literacy entering the US illegally. It is also tilted towards family immigration. Australian immigration has moved from family immigration to more of a skills based immigration. Unlike us, they don't face massive levels of illegal immigration.
  米国某网友写道:“典型的如澳大利亚,让国际留学生转成永久居民,然后逐渐成为公民。在美国,我们让国际学生进最好的大学,却让他们很难留美工作。结果,多数学生流向了其他国家或返回母国跟我们竞争。我们的移民政策是青睐教育水平低、技能水平低、英语水平低的非法入境人群的。并且是向全家移民倾斜的。而澳洲的移民政策已经从青睐全家移民转向技术移民,所以不像我们这样面临良莠不齐的非法入境人群。”

美国式幽默

陈琛 发表于 2009-04-14 14:13 | 分类:bullshit纯属扯蛋ing | 围观: 16612
"They give us poisoned products, we give them worthless paper." -- Paul Krugman
他们(中国人)给我们有毒的产品,我们给他们一堆废纸。
——保罗·克鲁格曼

MBA只能锦上添花,不可能雪中送炭

陈琛 发表于 2009-03-09 09:27 | 分类:未分类 | 围观: 13308

大琛随想录:知道自己未来的人

陈琛 发表于 2009-02-19 11:38 | 分类:屈指风流貌比明日黄花 | 围观: 14015
  每个人都有很多领域是没有能力(或没有机会)从事的,也根本不会做出多大的成就。所以每个人都应该尽可能少地浪费时间在那些地方。不如把精力和时间聚焦在自己有可能做出成果的领域。重起楼台所花费的时间和精力要远远大于把原有的才能发挥到极致所花费的时间和精力。
  但是,大多数学校和企业都是想把每个人磨成同样的“人才”。事实上,所有的资源、精力和时间应该直接投入到既有的能力上,发挥出每个人的Core-competence。在李嘉图那里是“比较优势”,在帕累托那里,就是属于你自己的20%,在管理学上就是“核心竞争力”。
  除了每个人所特有的感兴趣的领域不一样,而且努力的方法也各有不同。多数人都不按照适合自己的方式去努力,却要学习别人的方法。这样做反而失去了自己的特点,也不利于迅速在自己的领域做出成果。
  每个人特长的方面都是不同的,怎么样去发挥自己的特长,其方式也各有不同。人只能略微修正自己的行为方式,而不要彻底改变。用自己的方式去发挥自己,这样本身就是最容易也最有效的。但是传统的教导总是要人改变自己。而事实上呢,人很难改变自己,也没有必要做出那种改变。
  
  我们生逢前所未有的时代机遇,只要你有志向和智慧,你可以在自己的领域出类拔萃,无论你的起点是在哪里。
  机遇同样带来责任。当今企业不再管理职工的职业生涯;脑力劳动者必须自己做自己的CEO,怎样挖掘自己,什么时候做出改变,怎样让自己有创造力,一切都取决于你自己。首先你要深入了解你自己,不仅是自己的长处和弱点,还要学会怎样与别人一起工作,你的价值观,以及你在哪里才会发挥自己的能量。只有当你真正利用自己的特长在工作,你才能真正做到出类拔萃。
  
  “每个人的脸上都戴着一个标记,那就是软弱。”诗人布莱克曾经这样写道。无论你走到哪里,无论是什么人,他们都背着自己的烦恼日复一日,年复一年。Where do I belong? 很少有人知道这一点。数学家、音乐家,这类人都是四五岁就表现出极高天赋的。物理学家一般在十岁左右也明确一生的方向。而其他多数人,一般在二十多岁也很少知道自己未来究竟是做什么的。但是这个时候,你应该至少回答自己三个问题:
  我的特长是什么;我以什么样的方式奋斗?我的人生观或价值观是什么?
  只有回答这三个问题,才能决定自己未来。
  所谓天才,就是知道自己未来的人。
  他知道自己这一生注定要做这件事。
  
  

Three?

陈琛 发表于 2008-12-04 21:19 | 分类:bullshit纯属扯蛋ing | 围观: 11818


  
  She made me have the curiosity to ask how many phones she usually carried.

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The Story of Success

陈琛 发表于 2008-12-01 22:24 | 分类:bullshit纯属扯蛋ing | 围观: 13351
If you wanted something badly enough, you would find a way to get it.

It's what I got from the Weekend Millionaire Mindset, written by Mike Summey and Roger Dawson, the simplest but also the biggest lesson I learned today.

The more you want something, the easier it will be for you to sustain the needed effort until the payoff starts to arrive. But if you're pursuing something that you don't truly want and are competing against others whose desire is deep, you can guess the outcome.

I'd like to recommend Two books here,
Talent Is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers From Everybody Else, by Geoff Colvin
Outliers: The Story of Success, by Malcolm Gladwell

Chinese civil service exam

陈琛 发表于 2008-11-30 22:21 | 分类:bullshit纯属扯蛋ing | 围观: 21073
It may sound strange that so many people have taken the Civil Service Exam, which consists of two tests, Administrative Aptitude Test (AAT) and Essay Test. Over 770 thousand people, I’m just one of them, took this kind of nationwide exam. Previously I registered the Foreign Ministry, where one of my classmates had gone to work in via the tests. But to me, it seemed too far away.
The Civil Service Exam in China nowadays is quite different from the traditional one, but few people study the differences. On the one hand, it has been influenced by the western exams, such as the AAT, contains Logical Reasoning, Numerical Relations, Law Science, Reading Comprehension and Inference, etc., is kind of objective type. The essay test, on the other hand, tempers with the traditional civil service exam, often required to make a proposal. Of course, everybody should write in Chinese.
Btw, I didn’t get through the AAT, which is well-known for nobody has ever done it completely.
Think you're the only one who's ever screwed up? Hoo fucking boo, I could say nothing more.
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The Great Ideas that Shaped Our world

陈琛 发表于 2008-11-26 23:03 | 分类:bullshit纯属扯蛋ing | 围观: 15868
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I should ask myself the Morning Question, What good shall I do this day?
And the Evening Question that what good have I done today?
In diary, I will enter upon the execution of the plan for self-examination.
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The advice from Pythagoras in his Golden Verse said, “Daily examination could be necessary.” Resolution, once become habitual, would keep me firm in my endeavors to obtain all the subsequent virtue.
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Today I have read The Great Ideas that Shaped Our world, written by Pete Moore.
From the cover and title, I thought it’s a book about Einstein and his theory. Actually, only a small portion of the book relates to Einstein. It is a good but brief (2 pages or less each) overview of about 75 individuals whose ideas have greatly influenced the world.
It is easy to read and not too technical.
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I’m thinking about what I should do in my life…
Obviously my life has nothing to do with the scientific research… It’s a shame.

The Romance of Three Kingdoms

陈琛 发表于 2008-11-25 21:44 | 分类:未分类 | 围观: 12022


The Romance of Three Kingdoms (三国演义), the classical historical novel.
I consider this the best business book, which I have read in Chinese at least three times during my working life. One can put Sun Tsu's military strategy to practical use in interpersonal politics, a useful skill in business.

My blogs 3rd anniversary

陈琛 发表于 2008-11-24 23:44 | 分类:bullshit纯属扯蛋ing | 围观: 27430
I’m somewhat late celebrating my blog's third anniversary, but I'm glad I got around to doing it before the day closes!

I'm gonna post an About Page to help you get the most out of this blog. If you’re an old timer, you might like to skip this post.

About BellChen.TianyaBlog.com
My blog is called 天涯大盗, literally means A Bandit on the Skyline, was founded three years ago (Nov 24, 2005). I started my blog on the service provider Tianya (Skyline), so the title contained the word Tianya, and BellChen is consist of my surname "Chen" and my wife's "Bell". You can access
http://bellchen.tianyablog.com, or put my Chinese name 陈琛 into the search engine, such as baidu or Google, and usually the first one is my blog.

Subscribe to my blog
To get the most out of this blog and keep up with the latest posts I highly recommend that you subscribe using my RSS feed or Add me to Google Reader directly.

My Archives
Over the last three years, I’ve added around 500 posts to this blog. You’ve probably noticed, I have no particular dedication in blogging. Therefore this blog had covered many topics such as philosophy, blog-marketing, and several stories in Chinese & English. I write about topics that I enjoy, you read it, and I make money off the advertising. So, I’d like to thank you for keeping me going.

Widely reported
A few newspapers and websites from Hong Kong, mainland China, Taiwan and Japan have reported my blog over and over again. I'd like to make two copies here...

Netizen Illustrated 20 Flaws for PKU Philosopher

From Beijing News, Beijing, August 5, 2006

Chen Chen, a young netizen in China, posted articles constantly to point out that there’re dozens of errors in Dunhua Zhao’s Brief History of Western Philosophy. Zhao, the dean and professor of philosophy at Peking University (PKU), the most prestigious university in mainland China, was up against the critiques, firstly answered in his real name, and later conducted the interview and defended himself on the Internet.

Zhao’s Brief History of Western Philosophy, one of the prescribed books in the philosophy department at most Chinese colleges, has been published 15 times since the first edition debuted in 2000. On July 5, 2006, Chen posted an article, The Level of Leading Philosopher Big Brother in PKU, in Skyline Club, one of the most popular Internet forums in China. In the article, Chen illustrated 10 errors, such as “I have no idea where Prof Zhao got Plato had been a slave,” and “Prof Zhao wrote Saint Anselm had been born at Aosta, in the north of Italy; but Anselm had been born near Aosta instead.” On July 10, Chen posted Another Ten Errors in Zhao’s Brief History.

In order to challenge to Chen’s query, Zhao defended himself by registering at Skyline in his real name. He argued that in Lives of Eminent Philosophers, Laertius had told us Plato had been sold as a slave. “Was Anselm born at Aosta or near Aosta? It’s unnecessary to be so accurate when we use the contemporary names to cover the medieval regions. The present coverage of Aosta has changed from the Middle Ages.”

However, the queries and critiques on him confirmed. On August 1, Zhao had to conduct an interview with the netizens on the Internet. Throughout the two hours, Zhao defended his Brief History over and over again. In the face of critiques, he protested that, “I don’t think the errors have got to such condition that I have to retire from the philosophy department!” He believed that there’s no awful errors in his work, no more than a few spelling mistakes.

When the journalist made a phone call to Zhao's residence, his family answered and told the journalist he had gone to Guizhou without taking his cell.

Chen told the journalist in the interview that “Zhao’s explanation was contrived, as to take precautions after suffering a loss, but I really appreciate his response on the Internet. He had the prophetic vision that it would be better to face than to escape, and he could lead a fashion.”

Dingyang Zhao, a philosopher at the Faculty of Social Sciences in China, said there’re many different ways to tackle philosophical questions, and no answer is right or wrong definitely. The facts and derivations, however, could be right or wrong.

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1st Blog Won 30,000 in China

From Xinmin Evening News, Shanghai, March 31, 2007
A netizen told Xinmin Evening News (XEN) that a blogger from Skyline Club, a well-known Internet forum in China, signed a contract with an automaker and launched the auto ad on his blog with 30,000 RMB a year.
Currently no laws or rules convey specific requirements and constraints on the blog ad, so the blogger, the advertiser and BSP Skyline were all actively exploring this kind of ad. The IT industry in China, however, considered this way of making money couldn’t be a model for bloggers.
XEN journalist accessed Chen’s blog, the Chinese title literally means A Bandit on the Skyline (http://bellchen.tianyablog.com), the car ad which linked directly to the official website of the automaker, came into sight from the right side. The banner of the blog, however, was Jimmy’s cartoon. Chinese characters A Bandit on the Skyline on the left, and “An Original Blog, Sitting in Righteousness” on the middle. After reading through the front page, the journalist found it has more than 2.5 million page views since Nov 24, 2005, and covered a wide range of topics from philosophy to the issues of making money on Blog.
The journalist contacted the blogger, whose name is Chen Chen, from Jiangsu, and working for a state-run institute as an editor. Chen told the journalist that the auto ad would launch formally on March 22, with 30,000 RMB a year.
“As far as I know, the grassroots bloggers had never acquired the ad directly,” Chen said, “Nowadays most bloggers are making money by ad union, such as Google AdSense. They could make very little through it, since the agent took most. We couldn’t wait for advertisers’ initiative as a famous blogger either. The best approach is contact the advertisers directly, without broker or agent, and must be paid by time instead of click.”
Journalists also contacted the automaker Nanjing Auto Group Co Soyat (NAC Soyat), whose marketing manager Xiong said, they found Chen’s blog had influences in the well-known forum, so they wanted to try the new approach. Xiong told XEN that, “We found the readers of Chen’s blog were mostly white collars, around 30 years old, and had the potential to purchase a car soon or later.” In addition, he admitted, they also considered other blogs before, such as the celebrities’ blogs in Sina, but after the concern of cost and their objective, they selected Chen’s blog ABS. The company intended to spend years on testing.
Skyline, the blog service provider of ABS, supports Chen unreservedly. Wei, the assistant editor of Skyline told XEN that they really supported Chen’s ad launch. He complimented his blog, such as the high PV, rich in content and timely update. Wei said, “Our website is wide open, we won’t block the ad.” Skyline will also encourage other bloggers launch their ads.
Chen indicated currently no related laws and rules on the blog ad, is it true? XEN also contact Shanghai Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC), whose department of advertisement told XEN, “Theoretically, ad releasers must have the license, since it is related to tax and other items. But no

High Heel Scooter

陈琛 发表于 2008-10-30 23:49 | 分类:未分类 | 围观: 13856
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Our Wedding

陈琛 发表于 2008-10-20 23:35 | 分类:未分类 | 围观: 12672
  
  
  When you look in her eyes, and she's looking back in yours, everything feels not quite normal, because you feel stronger, and weaker at the same time. You feel excited, and at the same time, terrified. The truth is you don't know what you feel, except you know what kind of man you want to be. It's as if you've reached the unreachable, and you weren't ready for it.
  ...
  
  When I watched Spiderman in 2003, the most impressive was not the action, but the lines above.
  
  Five years, five months ago, at the first sight, the lines came to my mind suddenly–“everything feels not quite normal.” Since May 19, 2003, exactly five years and five months ago, when we were both 20-year-old, the life had being seemed like a movie.
  
  As a young man without a very practical mind, which is much better now~~, I was always sure that what kind of stuff you thought of when someone appeared in front of you, that determined whether you would fall in love or not. Just like the fox from The Little Prince, he could think of nothing when he saw the wheat, and he never fell in love with the wheat.
  
  Actually, we hadn’t prepared the wedding fully. I even forgot to hire a professional photographer! Fortunately, Shuxin made some pics for us. We had a professional cameraman, and a makeup girl, while other things we had to rely on our groomsmen and bridesmaids. I would like to thank my groomsmen,
Shuxin, Dr Lee and Singple Chow, specially.
  
  When we arrived at the Kowloon Gulf Resort, almost all the guests were waiting at the hall. We didn’t need to greet them anymore, and went upstairs directly. After a short while, we returned downstairs when the MC started speaking. We walked a red carpet, and the music started. She wore a beautiful white dress, without the glasses. All the people were staring us. There’re some 200 people watching the ceremony, I smiled to someone when we were walking on the stage.
  
  Our witness spoke firstly, father next, and my aunt at last. The followings were three bows, first to our parents, second to the guests, and third to each other. Then we started to interchange the rings, drink with arm-crossed, and pour the champagne in the glasses from the top one.
  Finally, the ceremony finished with the great nosh-up.
  

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陈琛 发表于 2008-10-15 12:02 | 分类:未分类 | 围观: 11805
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