Log | 2022.11


  • 2022-11-30
    • 15:27 The internet no longer makes us blind, deaf, or empty-minded. Of course, I am referring to the real internet.
    • 11:34 George Hotz, who cracked the iPhone back in the day, has actually joined Twitter as an intern with a weekly salary of $2000. From this statement, it seems that I can understand him: I hope that there's people in the world who get joy from actually doing the thing and not just solving the problem.
  • 2022-11-27
    • 20:46 I understand this saying now: Tan Sitong said, "If there is to be a revolution, blood must be shed, and I, Tan Sitong, will be the first to shed it." Kang Youwei also said, "Yes, if there is to be a revolution, blood must be shed, and it will start with Tan Sitong."
    • 11:45 I prefer reading physical books, I can understand that, but I will miss out on many good books.
  • 2022-11-25
    • 15:49 If programmers were paid based on the number of bugs they fixed, would it be possible for the number of bugs to be reduced to zero? If the Dragon King sells umbrellas, can the rain stop?
  • 2022-11-23
    • 23:25 Important things are not clear, and clear things are not important.
  • 2022-11-19
    • 19:07 Today I read Zhou Xueguang's "The Institutional Logic of China's National Governance: An Organizational Study," and combined with the account of Qu Hongji's removal in "Towards the Republic," I thought: In such a system, we must first focus on the abstract before we can better focus on the practical.
  • 2022-11-17
    • 21:43 Han Feizi said it well: First, control their hearts; second, control their words; third, control their actions.
  • 2022-11-14
    • 10:58 The book "Grassroots Women" talks more about "HOW" - what you should do and what you shouldn't do; the book "Disgusted with Women" talks more about "WHAT" and "WHY" - what is this and why is it like this. Comparatively, the latter is more worth reading.
  • 2022-11-11
    • 01:08 As a tool, I still have some use. But as a person, I am already useless. - Leo Tolstoy, "Anna Karenina"
  • 2022-11-05
    • 11:19 When legitimate options are unreasonable, piracy will receive support from others. This applies to books as well as drugs.
  • 2022-11-03
    • 22:03 If a writer lets others tell them how to write, then they are not a writer but a ghostwriter; if a film needs others to dictate the subject matter, then it is not a film but a promotional video.
  • 2022-11-02
    • 23:19 A bad phenomenon quickly becomes a reference for others.
  • 2022-11-01
    • 22:17 I obtained a good book: "A Short History of American Civilization." Recommended quotes: "You can't control thoughts, you can only control the exchange of thoughts." "The world will always belong to the living." "People are prisoners of their own thoughts." "People primarily come together based on values, not race." "America has no theoretical framework, only a legal framework." "Pragmatism is their only life philosophy."
    • 22:12 Movies are no longer market-oriented, will other industries be far behind?


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