Log | 2022.5


  • 2022-05-31
    • 20:35 Regarding the matter between Da S and Wang Xiaofei, I still insist on the saying that breaking up without using hurtful words is a basic quality of a person, especially when it comes to someone you once loved. It is even more disgusting when someone exposes their family's privacy.
  • 2022-05-30
    • 15:40 #Books/Weeds/Smart People, Fools, and Slaves This article is quite ironic. Smart people casually agree with the complaints of slaves and receive their gratitude, while fools help slaves destroy houses and make windows, only to be reported as robbers by the slaves and take credit for it. Those who truly care for others are harmed by them, which is quite ironic.
  • 2022-05-29
    • 11:51 A video explanation of the ninth episode "Gebaro" from the third season of "Love, Death & Robots" is well done. Watch the short film "Gebaro" from three years ago again, the hidden mystery of "Gebaro" has long been revealed | Gcores.
    • 00:38 #Books/Spirit Calling/The Third Chapter: Hidden Threats Just like the large-scale treason cases that could cause mass riots, Hongli can freely control the scope and pace of the events when dealing with cases of literary inquisition. When dealing with such "treason" cases, he can loudly praise the racial dignity of the Manchus without worrying about any unexpected consequences.
  • 2022-05-28
    • 13:17 #Books/Spirit Calling/The Second Chapter: Prosperous Times The fear of witchcraft among the Chinese in the 18th century cannot be explained by social or economic anxiety, because their relationship cannot be proven or disproven. The author is more inclined to claim that the reason why the Chinese in the 18th century were afraid of witchcraft was because they felt that their lives were threatened by various invisible trends around them.
    • 10:40 #Books/Shaping Up I started reading the book "Shaping Up" this morning and it feels really good. It is very suitable for product managers and developers to read. English version: Shape Up: Stop Running in Circles and Ship Work that Matters | Basecamp. Chinese translation version: Shaping Up by Ryan Singer.
  • 2022-05-27
    • 17:02 #Humor I saw a joke: What can I compare with him? He eats KFC without looking at the day of the week - Thursday is KFC day with big promotions.
  • 2022-05-26
    • 00:43 #Trivia The term "Breaking Bad" comes from a slang phrase in the southern United States, "Break Bad". It mainly describes the behavior and mood of those who have gone astray and struggle between good and evil.
  • 2022-05-25
    • 15:04 #quote The wisdom left by the ancients is either wrong or no longer applicable, because wisdom is cumulative, which is one of the most fundamental characteristics of human society. Those who admire the wisdom of the ancients today lack the most basic understanding of the human species.
  • 2022-05-24
    • 18:04 #Books/Lee Kuan Yew's View of the World/Where is the Global Economy Heading We can either integrate into the world or isolate ourselves. We are not China. China has a huge domestic base and the ability to remain isolated. We cannot.
  • 2022-05-23
  • 2022-05-22
    • 18:02 Through habits, we can transfer burdens to muscle memory, thus freeing up energy to think about other things. However, in extreme cases, habits can slide into patterns of addiction and compulsion.
  • 2022-05-21
    • 12:59 #Books/Lee Kuan Yew's View of the World/Europe Welfare will give rise to clients, work injury insurance will bring injuries, and refugee policies will attract refugees; allowing people to retire before the retirement age will result in early retirement. ── In any case, there will always be some people who want to find ways to overcome the system.
  • 2022-05-19
    • 23:22 When a person starts to speak incoherently, it means that they don't understand what they are talking about; when a person starts to speak empty words, big words, and new words flying around, it means that they also don't understand what they are talking about.
    • 10:07 #FantasyReality Gitee open source repositories must be reviewed before they can be made public, which is very characteristic of China. This once again verifies what was mentioned in the book "Lee Kuan Yew's View of the World": control (review) will never stop.
  • 2022-05-18
    • 10:57 #Books/Lee Kuan Yew's View of the World/China Not paying much attention to laws or governance systems is deeply rooted in Chinese culture. ── Straight to the point.
  • 2022-05-17
    • 21:55 "Unemployment," broadly speaking, refers to people who have been laid off or college graduates who have not found successful employment. However, simply looking at the Chinese meaning, if you haven't obtained something, how can you lose it? If you have never been employed, can you be considered unemployed if you can't find a job after graduation? Sometimes Chinese is quite interesting.
  • 2022-05-16
    • 23:20 Wrote a blog post: "Phone Call at Home." The content was also posted on WeChat Official Account, and I received a private message: "Abandoning donations, strive to have an extra meal." My followers are so cultured~
  • 2022-05-15
    • 12:07 #Books/Western Aesthetics History/The Eighth Chapter: Bacon's Attack on the Past Bacon opposed the speculative metaphysics of the past scholastics and compared it to a spider that only spins webs from its own belly; he believed that a true philosopher should be like a bee, collecting nectar from various flowers and transforming it into honey through their own digestive power.
  • 2022-05-14
    • 22:55 When encountering important matters, think about how it will be in ten years, how you will view today in ten years, and view things with a longer timeline.
  • 2022-05-13
    • 22:58 #Tool A bilingual plugin for YouTube and Netflix, great for learning English: Language Reactor.
    • 08:31 #quote I feel that we are experiencing a strange moment: the militarization and extreme measures (epidemic prevention) in daily life, and the entertainment, cynicism, and gamification of real wars (Chinese self-media coverage of Ukraine).
  • 2022-05-12
  • 2022-05-11
    • 14:58 #quote If it weren't for the epidemic, many people might not have realized how many government officials not only consider the law a joke, science a foreign force, and private property worthless, but also consider you and me as ants.
  • 2022-05-10
    • 23:48 When a hungry old person hoards food, they will go crazy; when a young person sees articles that cannot be viewed due to violations, they develop a habit of backing up.
    • 23:42 Honestly, I'm not afraid of getting infected with the new coronavirus, but I'm very afraid of the secondary harm it will cause to me. Two years ago, I was afraid that my personal privacy would be spread without permission; now, in addition to worrying about privacy being leaked, I also worry about home disinfection.
    • 23:31 #Books/Lee Kuan Yew's View of the World/The Rise and Fall of Politics Is it better to let literature and art become stagnant water or a rolling Yangtze River? Zhou Yang answers his own question: of course it is better to be a rolling Yangtze River, even though it may bring some silt.
  • 2022-05-09
    • 23:56 #Books/Lee Kuan Yew's View of the World/The 19th Chapter: The Rise and Fall of Politics The defense strategy inherited by Deng Xiaoping from Mao Zedong heavily relies on the combination of two extreme methods: "people's war" and nuclear weapons. ── Using the people to harass invaders from below, consuming their endurance so that they dare not stay for long; using destructive weapons from above.
    • 19:01 #Tool A PDF reading tool that is suitable for reading academic papers and technical books. GitHub - ahrm/sioyek: Sioyek is a PDF viewer designed for reading research papers and technical books..
  • 2022-05-08
    • 20:21 I always thought that most of the episodes in the "Black Mirror" series, which are highly praised abroad, are quite childish. Now I understand that being in a bizarre reality for a long time, foreigners think that the plot that is highly ironic is simply child's play to us.
    • 09:54 #Books/Western Aesthetics History/The Seventh Chapter: The Controversy between Ancient and Modern The focus of the "Controversy between Ancient and Modern" that emerged during the Neoclassical period was whether the ancients or the moderns were superior. Among them, the new literary theorist Saint-Evremond expressed a historical perspective that many people lack: he believed that Aristotle's "Poetics" is indeed a good book, but it is not perfect enough to guide all nations and all eras.
  • 2022-05-07
    • 21:38 #Humor Why do people go to work? Because the company hired me, it's all about the salary.
    • 13:52 It's always funny to see people posting "PM" in their bio, and those who don't know might think it stands for "Porn Master".
  • 2022-05-06
    • 21:30 #Tool A menu bar calendar widget for Mac: Itsycal. Lightweight and practical, it allows you to quickly view your schedule and makes adding events easy.
    • 18:34 #Books/Hot Wind I have always admired you gentlemen for having the courage to publish such things. ── Hahaha, a cold satire ("Hot Wind"), very fitting with the title.
    • 17:55 The attitudes of Liu Bang and Xiang Yu towards Qin Shihuang are completely different. Liu Bang: Alas! A great man should be like this! Xiang Yu: He can be replaced!
  • 2022-05-05
    • 19:46 #Tutorial Cloudflare provides good learning resources for identity authentication, access management, zero trust, VPN, security, etc. They are concise and clear, a great introductory course. Source.
  • 2022-05-04
    • 18:08 #Books/Western Aesthetics History/The Sixth Chapter: The Renaissance Theorists such as Boccaccio acknowledged that poetry should use fiction, but fiction is not for lying, but to hide the real truth behind the fictional facade. ── This reminds me of the beginning of the novel "Serve the People", where Yan Lianke said: Many truths of life need to be expressed through novels.
    • 18:00 #quote It's not a matter of liking it or not, because I didn't really understand it. Liking or not liking is a judgment; understanding or not understanding is cognition. Judgment is based on cognition. Source.
    • 17:29 #Books/Lee Kuan Yew's View of the World/Economic Adjustment and Rural Reform 1978-1982 Deng Xiaoping's reform approach: No arguing, try first, and then promote it after it proves effective. Whether it was the household responsibility system reform in rural areas or the issue of hiring workers by urban individual businesses, he won victories by handling them in this way.
  • 2022-05-03
  • 2022-05-02
    • 21:37 We can only think with language, communicate with language, and our thinking ability is difficult to surpass the limitations of language. If the vocabulary is limited, the granularity of understanding things will be large. For example, dividing people into good and bad.
  • 2022-05-01
    • 18:00 The biggest problem with dictators is that the people around them will not give them the truth, they will only flatter them, and over time, all they see is what they want to see.
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