Log | 2022・7


  • 2022-07-31
    • 21:49 The worse the school is, the stricter the things other than academics are, because only these can be compared with other schools; just like the more power someone has, the more they believe in supernatural things, because besides these, they can achieve their goals with power.
  • 2022-07-30
    • 10:48 The commentary videos on the series "In the Name of the People" are very good, analyzing many political struggles in the drama, which is helpful for understanding the plot and understanding the politics of reality. (Source)
  • 2022-07-29
    • 08:54 The tendency of the masses to choose is culture; whether the masses can choose is institution. A clever summary. (Source)
  • 2022-07-28
    • 14:21 Logic will take you from A to B, but imagination will take you anywhere. This is one of the great joys of reading non-fiction. (Source)
  • 2022-07-27
    • 22:06 Break your leg and give you a crutch, and then make you grateful. This is the spirit of a second uncle. (Source)
    • 18:17 Officials generally tend to be more superstitious, especially in ancient times. It is speculated that because officials can already control many things, they can only lean towards believing in unknown forces such as gods and ghosts for things they cannot control.
  • 2022-07-26
    • 17:38 Reading "Prison Notes". Shen Jiaben, the chief of the Dali Temple in the late Qing Dynasty, said: Prisons are the yardstick of national civilization.
    • 10:08 The nucleic acid testing downstairs has been reduced to just touching the tongue. Decisions that are just for show will inevitably be dealt with in a perfunctory manner.
    • 00:26 Ladies and gentlemen, Buddha does not save men.
  • 2022-07-25
  • 2022-07-24
    • 18:41 The cost of excellence is to always be cautious. Besides constantly reminding oneself, this value can also be used to resolve embarrassment.
    • 16:53 Finished reading "Mark Twain's Humorous Sketches". It's a very interesting book, and Ye Dongxin's translation is also very good. The translator's evaluation of Mark Twain is very appropriate: his humor is serious in wit, not deviating from seriousness in humor, exaggerated but not extravagant, sharp but never malicious, he always sympathizes with the characters he satirizes, fully embodying the satirical theme of "hoping to gain insight and move towards goodness".
  • 2022-07-23
    • 20:26 What you think is freedom is actually being freely imprisoned - thoughts on today's pop-up windows 3.
  • 2022-07-22
    • 16:52 Previously, Baidu's search ranking relied too much on clickbait, resulting in content producers increasingly tending to use exaggerated titles; at the same time, soft pornography is also more attractive to users, so the search results list will have a lot of soft pornography, resulting in lower search quality.
  • 2022-07-21
    • 20:08 "Tui Bei Tu", an ancient prophecy book, was banned by successive dynasties. In "Prison Notes", Wang Xuetai also got into trouble for reading this book.
  • 2022-07-20
    • 10:31 #quote Xiang Ma: "Never invest in the decentralized world to resist regulation. Decentralization is a business model, not politics. Political issues can only be solved politically." - I agree with this statement. Investing in decentralization to resist regulation will only lead to increased regulation of this business model by regulatory authorities.
  • 2022-07-19
    • 11:47 I have always thought that local characteristic restaurants in airports and train stations have made a great contribution to destroying the impression of local cuisine for outsiders.
  • 2022-07-18
    • 14:17 When someone's Telegram account is disabled, they lose all user data, including many valuable thoughts and even passwords. Once a fan of Telegram, they have become people who denounce Telegram. It is worth being vigilant here and not trusting any commercial company. Of course, a chat app doesn't need to back up privacy-related things on it. Source
  • 2022-07-17
    • 14:08 With the collapse of the real estate market, which industries will be affected? Upstream, there are steel and cement; downstream, there are decoration and home furnishing. What else?
  • 2022-07-16
    • 07:20 #Books/Just Collection Public things in China are really not easy to preserve. If the authorities are amateurs, they will ruin things, and if they are professionals, they will steal things. And it's not just about books or antiques.
  • 2022-07-15
    • 18:32 #quote Mark Zuckerberg said it well: "The largest part of the map is always an unknown territory. The current map makes the internet world look like a zero-sum game, but it is not. We are exploring new territories and creating value, not taking them away from others." Many big companies have grown not by seizing others' territory, but by expanding their own.
  • 2022-07-14
    • 21:50 #Books/Tombstone/Chapter 26 The Institutional Background of the Great Famine Hayek said: "When we consciously create our future according to some noble ideals, we unknowingly create results that are completely opposite to what we have been striving for." This is exactly the situation that the Chinese people have experienced.
  • 2022-07-13
    • 19:56 Xiangzi decided not to pull the cart anymore, and the homeowner decided not to pay the mortgage anymore.
    • 09:23 The handling of the Henan Rural Commercial Bank incident was very clever, solving most of the problems with fewer resources, and capturing the main contradictions very well.
    • 00:33 Momo once said: I have a prejudice, I think literary works are never a tool for singing praises. Literature and art should expose darkness, reveal social injustice, including revealing the dark side of the human soul, revealing the evil. Criticism and exposure are necessary, but praising the true, good, and beautiful in human nature is also essential.
  • 2022-07-12
    • 22:42 "The Lonely Game" - The Room Without Windows. Damn it, you have to take the college entrance examination before joining the army, and you have to take the college entrance examination after joining the army. Take the exam, take the exam, take the exam, take the exam, take the exam, only dead people don't have to take the college entrance examination, dead people only need an oven, they don't need to take the college entrance examination. - True, I like this clever and crude metaphor. It reminds me of the cleverness of Black English I saw today.
  • 2022-07-11
    • 23:58 #Books/Desire for Life Van Gogh's evaluation of peasant paintings: they are the true and sharp annotations of life.
  • 2022-07-10
    • 18:01 #Books/Just Collection Scholars mocked Lu Xun, saying that he had already said everything, so there was no need to read "Yusilk". Lu Xun replied that this was true, everything has been said, what was said this year is still applicable, and it may still be applicable next year. But he hoped that it would not be applicable for ten or twenty years, who could have imagined that it would still be applicable until now, which is more than a hundred years later.
  • 2022-07-09
    • 08:28 Abe's assassination, saw an interesting post: It should not have been done by the Chinese, because when the Chinese are unhappy, they generally only go to vent their anger on the weak, not to find someone with higher social status. Source.
  • 2022-07-08
    • 00:29 #Books/Just Collection Started reading "Just Collection". People who have been suppressed for a long time can only endure when they are suppressed. Fortunately, when they are liberated, they only know how to have fun, and tragedy cannot stay in memory for long.
  • 2022-07-07
    • 00:24 When can nucleic acid testing sites start accepting advertisements? It's a waste of time to get up too early (laughs).
  • 2022-07-06
    • 21:23 #Books/Tombstone/Chapter 22 The Grain Problem In the era of satellite deployment, the country actually started researching the problem of "what to do with excess grain". Many important researchers were drawn from frontline scientific research work to study this topic, researching this issue on an empty stomach, as if poor people were studying how to spend money, it was simply magical.
  • 2022-07-05
    • 12:12 No one should tell lies for the sake of their position. No one should be morally attacked for telling the truth.
  • 2022-07-04
    • 22:59 #Books/Desire for Life Van Gogh's most common comment on other people's paintings is: not realistic enough, not passionate enough.
  • 2022-07-03
    • 11:23 Turn information into knowledge, and knowledge into stories. Whether it's personal knowledge management or future education, this warning can be remembered.
  • 2022-07-02
    • 20:43 If you are in a shitty situation, keep your mouth shut. - Guo Degang
  • 2022-07-01
    • 14:43 Knowledge payment is not a good name. Users do not pay solely for the sake of acquiring knowledge, but because they gain something in the process of learning, such as broadening their horizons and enjoying a pleasant mood.
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