Log | 2022・9


  • 2022-09-30
    • 16:10 keso: Short videos have easily consumed more and more of people's leisure time, and with their sweet taste and digestible effects, they have redefined a series of existing things - entertainment, communication, e-commerce, trends, brands, consensus, public opinion... Of course, music is no exception.
  • 2022-09-29
    • 00:35 Chinese people are very good at "endurance," and some even take pride in it and consider it a virtue. For example, during school, many people carved this character on their skin to represent their coolness. When they grow up, there are people around them who endure. Endure, and this matter will pass, endure, and that's how life goes.
  • 2022-09-28
    • 23:29 "The Road to Serfdom," should I read the translation by Yin Haiguang, the version published by the China Social Sciences Press is simply machine translation... But the preface of this version is well written, the author is Hayek, not the translator.
  • 2022-09-27
    • 13:53 "Records of a Small House" mentioned on the blog, "This is truly a complete disaster - it really started as a 'disaster'." Disaster, "Shuo Wen": refers to heavenly fire. Misfortune, "Shuo Wen": harm. Misfortune, "Shuo Wen": lack of blessings from the gods. If a person becomes bad, even the gods cannot do anything about it.
  • 2022-09-26
    • 23:01 Using force to compel others to achieve one's own goals may be fast, but it has endless hidden dangers.
  • 2022-09-25
    • 17:47 Different countries have different landscapes and climates, but the beauty of nature is the same. The author is Prince Nagaya of Japan.
  • 2022-09-24
    • 23:29 Shijiazhuang had unreported positive cases and is now under investigation. Indeed, there are too many tricks in nucleic acid testing. Reporting positive cases may only be a few dollars of business, but not reporting them could be worth billions of dollars in a few days. (Source)
  • 2022-09-23
    • 23:28 Both people who buy books and don't read them and people who buy books and read them deserve respect. It is because of their existence that authors are encouraged to write more and more good works.
    • 21:03 I saw a shocking news that in the 1980s, countries such as the Soviet Union and the United States discovered that women's physical indicators would improve after pregnancy or abortion, which would help them win gold medals at the Olympics. As a result, many such cases were created, which is simply appalling. News: Deformed Olympics in the 1980s: Countries made female athletes pregnant before the competition to improve performance.
  • 2022-09-22
    • 09:07 The rule of law is the constraint of a country. If a country does not have the rule of law, then it should not be surprising that it does whatever it wants.
  • 2022-09-21
    • 18:28 I learned a method to automatically generate Markdown format for copied URLs. It can be achieved through a browser bookmarklet, which can save the trouble of using a plugin. Method: Add a bookmark -> Add the following content javascript:navigator.clipboard.writeText(decodeURIComponent('['+document.title+']('+window.location+')'));.
  • 2022-09-20
    • 22:47 Borrowing books, there is borrowing and returning, two-way communication. Celebrities, scandals resurface, two uses. Evaluating Li Jiaqi's return in the Guizhou highway rollover accident.
  • 2022-09-18
    • 12:55 I always mistakenly thought that Angkor Wat and Mogao Grottoes were in the same place. It wasn't until today that I learned that Angkor Wat is a temple complex in Cambodia, but it is not a "grotto," so the translation can be considered a mistranslation. Also, the Cantonese song "Ng Yu Fei" by Wu Yu Fei is quite good.
  • 2022-09-17
    • 21:27 If you are interested in psychology, you will eventually come across Fyodor Dostoevsky.
    • 09:58 Blind passages have high recognizability. Can we provide blind people with handheld devices that can be recognized and have voice prompts to help them navigate the road?
  • 2022-09-16
    • 12:59 "Impact and Echo: He Zhaowu on Culture" / Middle school, Western learning, and modernization. We cannot deny universality by emphasizing particularity. Universality comes first, particularity comes second. Modernization is a common path, and there is no saying which country's path to take, although each nation has its own characteristics.
  • 2022-09-15
    • 09:31 The food in the cafeteria is not delicious, but they still require everyone to finish their meals, a typical moral coercion.
    • 09:20 Never treat the health code as a shortcut in a convenient place, always remind yourself that normal life should not be like this. (Source)
  • 2022-09-14
    • 19:52 "Trapped by Love": trapped by the epidemic. "Transfer": transfer warehouse.
  • 2022-09-13
    • 13:26 Holidays are a good time to read books. If you understand them, you can gain knowledge, and if you don't understand them, they can help you fall asleep. Win-win. (Source)
  • 2022-09-12
    • 15:16 "Ulysses" was published 100 years ago. It was previously banned in the United States, but after a lawsuit by Random House, it was allowed to be published. Interestingly, Judge Woolsey, who presided over the case, actually read the book and gave a very accurate evaluation. In the end, Random House won the case, and the United States was able to publish the book normally. (Source)
    • 10:03 In the entertainment industry today, there is a very low requirement for actors' professional abilities, but a very high social and educational responsibility.
  • 2022-09-11
    • 09:41 Xu Guangqi, an outstanding scientist in the 17th century, once said: "To seek transcendence, one must first be well-informed." Being complacent and clinging to the past will only lead to being eliminated by the times. Xu Guangqi also translated "Elements of Geometry." A village gradually formed around his grave, later known as Xujiahui.
  • 2022-09-10
    • 10:26 The most common irony in epidemic prevention work is "creating difficulties and moving oneself," as exemplified by teams of people queuing to pass on supplies, which could easily be done with a vehicle, but they insist on doing it manually and even make promotional videos.
  • 2022-09-08
    • 18:21 After the suture of the wisdom tooth came apart, I always get food stuck in it when I eat, usually rice grains. But this also has its benefits, as it has made me develop the good habit of rinsing my mouth after every meal. When the water flows back and forth in my mouth due to changes in air pressure, I can feel the things in that "hole" being pulled out and colliding back and forth in my mouth, and then being spit out with the water in my mouth. It's a strange sensation.
    • 00:27 "Butchering the Ox": entering without thickness, moving freely. I saw a post saying that there is a crazy person in the community who doesn't do nucleic acid testing or wear masks, and no one goes to manage her. On the contrary, so-called normal people line up for nucleic acid testing like zombies. In her eyes, it seems that the people lining up are the abnormal ones. When a person no longer relies on external relationships, the control system fails.
  • 2022-09-07
    • 10:47 Open the fire exit, open the life passage, open the common sense passage.
    • 09:26 For a movie or a book, what is important is not what it wants to tell you, but what you see in it.
  • 2022-09-06
    • 14:04 Regarding decision-making, I agree with Oasis Feng's statement: make judgments based on established facts and valid evidence: "I tend to make judgments based on visible facts and valid evidence, trying to avoid the reliability of judgments being influenced by emotions or preferences." Although sometimes the so-called facts and evidence are not reliable, compared to making decisions based on emotions and preferences, this is a more "reliable" way of judgment.
  • 2022-09-05
    • 16:04 Marketing platforms have "account farming," and during the epidemic, there is talk of "QR code farming."
  • 2022-09-04
    • 23:34 I read over a hundred pages of "One Hundred Years of Solitude" at once and enjoyed it. I couldn't get into it before, probably because I had the impression that I couldn't read it. But actually, when you flip through a few pages, you get hooked.
  • 2022-09-03
    • 18:04 Xixi Bookstore has too much marketing, and the books displayed are not that good. Today, I discovered a good bookstore on the first floor of Wanjing Hesheng Qilin: Zhongshuge. There are many free seats and a good selection of sample books, which is great for reading.
  • 2022-09-02
    • 23:15 Reading "The Brothers Karamazov." In the 19th century, Russia had such a complete court trial process, which is truly impressive. And from time to time, there are a few sentences in French or quotes from European writers in the text, which shows that Russia at that time was indeed closely connected with the world, while the Qing Dynasty closed itself off and considered itself a superior country...
  • 2022-09-01
    • 22:32 #Tool: A PDF reading software called LiquidText. It supports highlighting and linking to various places, and its design is very innovative.
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