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宜春激光去皱丰城妇幼保健院下垂乳房下垂眼皮下颌骨后缩价格They speak differently, they look different,they take what they want when they want,他们说着不同的语言 长着不同的面孔 只要想要 他们就会夺走一切and then rubber-stamp the decision in your courts.在你的宫廷之内肆意妄为They also build differently.他们的建筑风格也炯然不同Ely Cathedral is one of those places where the intimate scale of Saxon churches伊里大教堂就是这样一处地方 撒克逊人建造的小型规模的教堂was replaced by a statement of massive triumphalism.被大量宣扬必胜主义的建筑所取代These columns speak of authority and raw power.They command obedience and reverence.这些圆柱象征了权威和原始力量 他们使人顺从 使人敬畏They are, in the most literal sense, awesome.他们的的确确 很了不起It was the difference between the immense Romanesque bulk of the great Norman cathedrals比起诺曼人建造的 大多数巨大的罗马式大教堂and the small spaces of the Saxon chapel.与撒克逊人狭小的教堂截然不同There is another telling difference between the old and new rulers of England:Anglo-Saxons didn#39;t use surnames.另一迥然不同之处在于 英格兰新老统治者之间 盎格鲁撒克逊人没有姓They were Cedric or Edgar of somewhere or other.有些地方叫做塞德里克或埃德加的不在少数But the Normans incorporated places into their own names like an act of possession.诺曼人便把地名加入了他们的名字中 就像是某种所有权They were Roger of the beautiful hill, Roger Beau-Mont as the place was theirs and they owned it lock, stock and barrel.比如;峻山上的罗杰; 就如这些地方是属于他们的 完全属于他们In fact, preserving the estate intact was what the Norman nobility was all about.事实上 原封不动的保存建筑物 是诺曼人高尚品质的最佳体现It was they who introduced the practise of passing on whole estates intact to one heir, to the elder son.正是他们引入了这项制度 将整个建筑物 原封不动地传给作为继承人的长子 /201608/461199宜春万载县中人民医院王者之心光子嫩肤琴面妙桃琴面假体皮秒激光价格 The long process by which Roman Britannia morphed into the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms was gradual not sudden,罗马不列颠尼亚被盎格鲁撒克逊王国取代 历经了鲸吞蚕食的漫长过程而绝非一瞬an adaptation, not an annihilation.是平稳的演变 而非骤变For a long time the Saxons were a tiny minority,很长时间 撒克逊族只是一少数民族numbered in hundreds rather than thousands,and lived in an overwhelmingly Romano-British population.人口数百 不及上千 在罗马不列颠压倒性的人口夹缝求存As different as these cultures were, they were still neighbours.即使文化迥异 却仍能和平共处The vast majority tried and succeeded to live some sort of Roman life.庞大的民族仍旧维持着原有的罗马式生活Here at Wroxeter, Shropshire,the Roman Veraconium,在希罗普郡的沃克斯特 罗马时期的威尔克尼亚there#39;s wonderful evidence of this make-do, hybrid, improvised world保留了两种文明交融的完美据poised between Roman ruins and Anglo-Saxon beginnings.泰然于罗马废墟与盎格鲁撒克逊朝阳之间When the bath house stopped functioning,the citizens here just took the tiles and used them for paving.当大浴池不再运作 市民挖来浴池的瓷砖用来铺路When the roof of the great basilica threatened to fall in,当他们的屋顶与大教堂摇摇欲坠the citizens simply went and demolished the building themselves.市民们便顺势拆掉 并动工新建Inside the shell they put up a new timber structure spacious and elegant enough to give them the sense they were still living some sort of Roman lifestyle,他们运用木质结构作为骨架 宽敞而考究 让他们认为自己仍保持着罗马生活方式although in an increasingly phantom Britannia.即使 此时的不列颠尼亚已名存实亡Eventually though, the adaptations became ever more makeshift,然而 演变终会进入其最终章the fabric of Roman life increasingly thbare,until it did indeed fall apart altogether.罗马式生活宛若一件破衣 已褴褛不堪 直到最终残片也消失殆尽 /201607/453513I often head down to ground and search food, shelter and water.It generally works out.我常常潜入地下找寻食物 水和住所 一般都会收获颇丰But we have got ourselves into some pretty tight spots.但有时我们也会使自己处于狭小的驻点There#39;s some sort of shaft.That#39;s right. Straight down into the rock.这类似是个竖井 没错 一直延伸下去 直至那块石头See that?The Alabama,small tissue, I think we called it,with this ridiculously tight chip we had to go down.看到了吗 阿拉巴马 我们称之为阿拉巴马神经组织 有着小得不可思议的裂缝 我们要从中下去Well, when you are going into narrow places like this,it#39;s so important not to...not to panic.当你进入 像这样如此狭小的地方 最关键的一点就是不要惊慌#39;Cause what happens to your chest cavity then expands.He squeezed in his way down this thing.因为这样一来 你的胸腔 就会扩张 他挤在里面向下走I mean, I was at that moment while I was just thinking, God, you know,He just... he swaged himself in that literally.在那一刻 我就在想 天啊 他 他把自己整个压进去He can#39;t move, he tight light He#39;s got a framing torch right by his head.他都动弹不得 他手里还拿着燃烧的火把The framing torch was burning the microphone fluffy on the camera.火焰烧焦了麦克风 镜头都模糊了I can smell that burning. I#39;m just thinking...You know, you#39;re insane.我能闻到烧焦的味 我在想 你真是疯了Finally, he pops through,falls about six feet and lands in water.最后他总算挤过去了 下落了大约六英尺 抵达了水源Just after Christmas,something we are luckily didn#39;t overdo on the food,#39;Cause you never would have made it throgh there.圣诞节之后 很幸运我们没过分地寻求食物 因为你无法想象要为之付出多大代价We film many diverse environments around the globe.我们拍摄世界各地不同的环境And each one presents it own specific challenges for the crew.每个地方对于工作组都是一个独特的挑战Extremely cold climates are probably most challenging for all of us,极寒天气对于我们来说 应该是最具挑战性的了because not only you#39;ve got to make the equipment work,因为你不但要保机器的正常运转you#39;ve also got to look after yourself and keep yourself warm.你还得照顾好自己 保自己体温And as soon as you stop, then you freeze.一直你停下来 就会冻僵的 Article/201606/447716宜春韩美整形美容医院去痣怎么样

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樟树除黄褐斑价格[00:03.10]He neither smokes nor drinks. 他既不抽烟也不喝酒。[00:11.52]He ran his horse up the hill. 他策马跑上小山。[00:19.11]He reminds me of his brother. 他使我想起了他的弟弟。[00:26.42]He was efficient in his work. 他工作效率高。[00:33.40]He will do anything but work. 只要不是干活,他干什么都行。[00:41.94]His father runs a restaurant. 他的父亲经营一家餐馆。[00:50.43]I have something to tell you. 我有事要告诉你。[00:57.31]I smelled a smell of cooking. 我闻到了烧菜做饭的味道。[01:05.26]I want to see the film again. 我真想再看一遍。[01:12.57]I've got too much work to do. 我要做的工作太多了。[01:20.13]Let's go for a walk,shall we? 咱们出去走走,好吗?[01:27.55]Please let me check the bill. 请让我核对一下帐单。[01:35.11]Plenty of sleep is healthful. 充足的睡眠有益于健康。[01:43.06]The sun comes up in the east. 太阳从东方升起。[01:50.37]This is because we feel pain. 这是因为我们能感到疼痛。[01:58.44]What do you desire me to do? 你想要我做什么?[02:05.38]What you said was quite true. 你所说的完全符合事实。[02:13.52]You can either stay or leave. 你或者留下或者离开。[02:21.08]Your life is your own affair. 你的生活是你自己的事。[02:28.96]All that glitters is not gold. 发闪光的不全是黄金。[02:36.96]Are you going to have a party? 你要举行聚会吗?[02:44.08]Aren't you concerned about it? 难道你不担心吗?[02:51.03]Don't forget to keep in touch. 别忘了保持联系。[02:58.38]He broke his words once again. 他又一次违背了诺言。 /200810/52862 There#39;s been so much conversation recently about societal bubbles, echo chambers media bubbles, personal algorithm bubbles.最近有很多人在讨论社交泡沫 回音室效应 媒体泡沫 个人算法泡沫之类的话题My newsfeed told me that everyone thought the same way I did.我的新闻推送让我觉得每个人和自己的想法都一样And there#39;s a conflict there.但实际上不是这样的One of the biggest reasons that those emerged was that companies like Facebook at the end of the day you#39;re the product they#39;re selling.出现这种现象的最主要的原因之一在于像脸书这样的公司正在把你当做它们的商品在售卖They#39;re actually selling you as a sale on that network; they#39;re selling you to advertisers它们实际上正在把你当做它们的廉价商品在售卖 它们正在把你售卖给广告商and so they need to put a nice polite bow around you所以他们需要讨好你and they need to find look-alik audiences that think like you and look like you.需要找一些和你相似的用户这些用户想法和你类似 看上去和你属于一类人And the easiest way to do that is algorithmically to focus on,做到这点最简单的方法是将注意力集中在网站算法上and at the same time there was never the dislike button, there was the like button.同时网站上从来没有吐槽按钮 只有点赞按钮And so if you have a positive based signaling system like that that is designed他们设计一个这样的正面信息反馈系统to create a polite community of like minded people so that I could be targeted easier by an advertiser是为了创立一个志趣相投者聚集的文明社区以便广告商定向投放广告because my information is what#39;s being sold,这是用户个人信息被售卖的结果then the result of that is going to be a nice polite bubble echo chamber and we#39;re seeing that right now.于是我们仿佛置身于一个和谐的充满回音的大气泡中 这就是社交媒体的现状And people are astonished that I didn#39;t see the other half of this community,人们惊异于自己竟看不见此网络社区中的另一半人群literally half of them that thought differently than me.实际上即和自己想法不同的那部分用户I don#39;t see the ideas of that.看不到那部分人的观点At no point in modern history or in any human history has one person had as much control在现代历史甚至任何其它人类历史上 从来没有一个人能像扎克伯格一样over what we think, what we see, what we do than Mark Zuckerberg.在如此大的程度上掌控我们所想 所见及所做He has more power than anyone in human history right now.他现在拥有人类历史上无人能及的权利And the scariest thing about it is, because I don#39;t think he#39;s innately a bad person,最可怕的是 我不认为他生来就是坏人I don#39;t know him enough to say one way or the other, but the problem is it#39;s not transparent.我对他知之不多 所以不好评价但问题是我们没有知情权We have no idea what dials are being pulled or what knobs are being turned that are controlling the information coming to us.我们完全不知道Facebook是运用什么手段控制着给我们推送的信息There are two big moments that I#39;ve had that made me really think about this.我开始认真思考这些是因为我经历过的两次重要事件The first is that I used to represent a bunch of celebrities that were uncomfortable coming into platforms like Facebook第一次是我曾代表一群名人入驻facebook 他们对入驻这样的平台感到不安because they didn#39;t know if it was about them as a celebrity or if it was about them as a high school friend.因为不知道自己在网站上的身份是名人还是某个普通高中生朋友And so we worked early on with Facebook and with other platforms to kind of set a set of rules,所以我们很早就和Facebook及其他平台合作 并建立了一套规则here#39;s how we would engage with a famous person and a Facebook page would mean this.通过将一位名人与一张Facebook页面关联起来的的方式可以看出我们的运作模式And so we helped those celebrities create content to talk to their audiences to build a direct connection.我们通过帮助这些名人创建内容这样他们可以与用户建立直接沟通And suddenly there were people like Mark Wahlberg or Charlize Theron or Hugh Jackman or any of these people于是突然间冒出了很多像马克 沃尔伯格 查理兹 塞隆 休 杰克曼这样的人that are massive accounts inside of social they suddenly look like massive social networks他们有数量巨大的粉丝 以自己为中心构建了巨大的社交网络The idea that one person could push a button and reach 20 million fans was a big threat to a business model一个人点击一下按钮马上就会推送到两千万粉丝 这严重威胁到了一种商业模式based on me selling the advertising, not of the celebrity selling the advertising即平台出售广告 而不是名人出售广告And that was really one of the births of the algorithmic suppression of content.这确实是从算法上对内容进行抑制的因源之一And so we started seeing that on code drop Tuesdays in Facebook于是我们开始看到 每周二Facebook优化代码应用时suddenly a person that would reach five million people out of the 12 million that they had as fans有人会突然新增500万粉丝而他们本就已经有了1200万粉丝people loved their content would engage 100,000 likes, 300,000 likes really great content that people loved若大家喜欢他们的内容 会有10万个赞 如果是大家特别喜欢的内容 则会有30万的赞we would just see that being dialed down and we started seeing it at such a mass scale通过算法对内容进行抑制 我们开始看到了如此大规模的回应and that#39;s where a lot of the ideas of this book came from本书的诸多想法皆来源于此is I was looking at a trillion pieces of data a month across this network that was connected to at times over eight billion connections我每个月通过信息实时流通的社交网络 观测上10亿的数据信息in a system that was only 700 million people at the time.有时候仅仅7亿人在线就可以创造超过80亿的连接So we had a really good snapshot of what was happening.由此我们可以快速了解到正在发生的事情And as the business model grew for Facebook it was dial it down, dial it down weekly随着上述商业模式的发展 对于Facebook来说 是每周一次的流量爆表And people start screaming but you bait and switched me然后人们开始惊呼是Facebook在引诱和转变自己You told me to make content.Facebook一开始告诉用户要自己创造内容I went out there and I put money into your system to gain followers, to gain fans.于是大家来注册 投钱吸粉It wasn#39;t just celebrities, it was companies like The New York Times or companies like yourselves不仅对于名人是这样 对于像纽约时报这样的公司or companies that wanted to reach an audience and build a base或者是像你这样的普通用户 或者任何想建立一定粉丝基础的公司都是一样and then suddenly Facebook said well, you know, I understand that this is based on a trusted system between you and your consumer然后突然 Facebook告诉用户 涨粉是基于你和你的粉丝之间的信任and that consumer subscribed to you because they really want to hear from粉丝们关注你是因为他们想知道你的观点和动态you, but we#39;re the business in between now.我们只是这之中的媒介And that#39;s a hard business to be in in a long-term perspective because I subscribed to someone从长远的视角来看 充当这种媒介是很难的 我们关注某个人because I trust that source and I need that source.是因为我们相信并需要这个信息源And so that algorithm, until we have transparency, and then at the same time you about these只要有这种算法存在 我们就没有知情权 同时 你应该看看下面说的的这个研究studies where Facebook arbitrarily without anyone knowing took 300,000 random people即Facebook自作主张 在无人知情的情况下随机选取30万人and turned up positive content that week and turned up negative content the next week.这周给他们推送正面的内容 下周推送负面的内容And they just wanted to do an experiment on people.这只是他们拿用户做的一项实验You can#39;t to do experiments on people without them agreeing.你不能在人们没有同意的情况下拿他们做实验Oh, it#39;s in our click through terms of service 27 pages deep we#39;re going to do random experiments on you socially.噢 原来当我们点击那些务条款时在第二十七页的一个角落里提到了我们要对你开展随机的社会实验Those are things that are really troubling to me and those are things that in my mind这些事情严重困扰了我 它们萦绕我的脑海里are a rallying cry around transparency of these algorithms, around transparency of why am I getting this information?汇成一股渴望 即我们应该拥有对算法的知情权拥有对信息推送机制的知情权What is the reason behind this?出现这种(没有知情权)现象背后的原因是什么And not six different emotions that I can express of wow or sadness or anger, like fuck you I#39;m not that stupid.right?仅仅六种表情 像是惊讶 悲伤 生气并不能表达我们的所有情绪有时候我们也想说 ;去你的我才没那么蠢;Give me transparency.让我们拥有知情权If 70 percent of millennials are now receiving news information from Facebook,如果现在有70%的千禧一代从Facebook接收新消息please show me some transparency in the sources, in the trust factor, what is the edge rank.请让我们对这些消息的来源和可信度源拥有知情权以及edge rank的算法原理Facebook perfected edge rank as a concept that now puts it in people#39;s vocabulary of the trusted credit score between myself as a content provider and my audience.facebook将edge rank算法完善 并使人们相信它是内容提供者和受众粉丝之间的一个值得信赖的信用评分体系We don#39;t know anymore. There is no transparency.其它的我们就不知道了 我们没有知情权It#39;s really arbitrary and that scares me. That terrifies me. And it#39;s not just in the newsfeed.这种自作主张的行为 令我感到害怕 非常害怕 不仅是在新闻推送这一块I had an experience where I sent an image from a medical textbook of a guy that还有一次 我想把一张医学书上的图片发送给一个人I was in a fight with and I was like you#39;re acting like you have a micropenis.当时我在和这个人打嘴仗 我想讥讽他小弟弟小And I went in Google and I went on search and I typed micropenis于是我打开谷歌搜索 输入小弟弟这个关键词and of the first image I got was from a medical textbook of a 47-year-old person and I dragged that into my Facebook chat window and sent it.第一张图片是一本医学书上一个47岁的人我把这张图片拉进我的Facebook对话框发过去了And instantly, I was riding passenger in a car, the stereo went off当时我正在车里 突然我的立体声音乐停止了 因为我的Spotify是联网的because my Spotify was connected, my Facebook account was blocked, of course Instagram I couldn#39;t get into that,而我的Facebook账号被封禁了当然 Instagram也登不进去了I couldn#39;t get into SoundCloud because I used my Facebook for there.Soundcloud也进不去了因为我是用Facebook账号登陆的And then I was like what? So I tried to log back into Facebook.当时我就愣了 然后我试着重新登录FacebookIt said you#39;re under investigation for international child pornography. I was like what?它说你因为涉嫌传递国际儿童色情信息正在接受调查 我还能说啥?So I went back to Google and I was like okay that#39;s a medical textbook.于是我回到谷歌搜索页面 确信那只是一本医学书籍It#39;s a 47-year-old I have the proof that this is not child pornography.图片是一个47岁的成年人这可以明并没有什么儿童色情信息And then I was enraged and I was like who do I call?我感到很愤怒 这时候我该找谁?So I went in the helpline and they said there#39;s nothing you can do. You#39;re under review.于是我拨打了务热线 对方无能为力 因为你正在接受调查We#39;ll get back to you within three days maybe. That was the response.我们会在三天内将你的账户解禁 可能的话 这就是他们的回复I was like wait these people have my identity, all these things that I#39;m relying upon are connected to this system.然而这些人有我的身份信息而所有我网络生活需要的那些信息都与这个社交网络相关联The guy never received the image on the other side because I called him and I said did you get an image for me?与我打嘴仗的家伙最终没有收到那张图 因为我打电话问了他看他是否收到了图片He said no it just shut off. That#39;s terrifying to me.他说没有 然后挂掉了 这让我感到很害怕Someone can just be erased from a system without any recourse, without anything?一个社交系统可以抹除一个人 不理会任何追索任何补救That#39;s too much power for one person.这对于一个人来说是何其大的权力And so I#39;ve been pushing a lot and what I#39;ve been saying lately is somebody should invent所以我一直都在努力改变这种状况后来我觉得应该有人identity within the block chain so that we have an identity system that is mine.去创造一种封锁系统之内的身份标识这样我们就可以有自己的身份识别系统In Iceland we have this thing called a Kennitala.在冰岛我们管这叫KennitalaIt#39;s a unique identifier that is literally your unique ID, your genetic records,这是一种独一无二的身份标识实际上就是属于你的独特的身份标识号码your health records, your financial records all in one你的遗传信息 病史 经济状况都包含在里面而且我们有完全的知情权and it allows me to have total transparency across a system and anyone that I#39;m encountering.不论是对于所处的系统还是我们偶遇的什么人而且我们有完全的知情权and it allows me to have total transparency across a system and anyone that I#39;m encountering.不论是对于所处的系统还是我们偶遇的什么人So you don#39;t need a payday lender or a check cashing place所以你不需要发薪日贷款机构 票兑现处 信用评分or a credit score or any of these third-party parasites that exist in our system because you have real identity.或任何这种第三方的鉴定机构的存在因为你有了真正的身份标识And so those are kind of fundamental things that I think out of this new awareness正是这些基本的事实 使我有了新的看法we#39;re going to start realizing that we need incorruptible identity,我们开始意识到我们需要的是不会被篡取的身份标识这个数字身份标识we need to have our digital identity as part of us of who we are as human beings as part of this system.是我们身为人类的一部分是这个系统里的一部分Because relying upon a commercial interest like Facebook to have our identity,因为依赖Facebook这样的一个商业性盈利机构使其取得我们的身份标识to capture everything it means in our digital life and they can just flip a switch, ask anybody that#39;s been blocked by Facebook.取得我们数字化生活中的一切重要信息使得它能轻易的抹杀我们 问问那些被Facebook封禁过的人吧There is no recourse.他们都没有追索的余地You#39;re up to somebody in a farm deciding whether or not you#39;re a good person or a bad person or whether or not you deserve an account.由一个不相关的人来决定你是好是坏决定你配不配拥有一个社交账户That is way too much power for any institution to have over us.对任何机构来说 这种加诸于我们的权力都太大了 Article/201706/514813靖安县妇幼保健人民医院botox瘦脸针botox去皱botox瘦腿多少钱宜春哪里激光打胎记效果好




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