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  • During the doctor#39;s periodic visit to my elderly mother, I told him that Mother would be celebrating her 98th birthday in few days. Delighted by the news, he bent down and gave her a kiss for the occasion. He then announced that he, too, would be celebrating a birthday in few days and asked for a kiss in return. When he left, my mother shook her head in disgust. ;Can you imagine, ; she said. ;Seventy dollars and I had to kiss him too!;医生按期来探视我的老母。我告诉他母亲不几天就要庆祝她98岁的生日了。医生听了也很高兴,为此,他弯下腰来亲了她一下。然后他说不几天他也要庆祝自己的生日,并要求她还他一个吻。 医生走后,我母亲厌恶地摇摇头。“你能想象吗,”她说,“付了他70元,我还得亲他!” /201304/234111。
  • When you need a piece of information, is it at your fingertips? Or are you constantly chasing your info like papers in the wind?当你需要一则信息时,它就在你手头吗?或者你总是像追逐飘在风中的纸片一般寻找你要的信息?It is important to capture those finer details now, so that you will have them later. What information are you not capturing that you will need in the future?现在就掌握精确的信息,这很重要,这样你以后就能用得上。哪些信息是你以后需要但却是你没掌握的呢?Information Everywhere信息无处不在In these days of instant answers and online resources, you can’t seem to find that one piece of information you need.The Internet is a great resource. And Wikipedia provides us instant access to info that previously would have required a research project.在这样有即时回复和在线资源的时代,你似乎找不到你需要的那一则信息。互联网是一个巨大的资源,维基百科即时提供给我们信息,这些信息在之前需要通过研究才能得到。However, neither will help you figure out when your next doctor’s appointment is… or tell you the cell phone number of the contact you worked with last year.然而,它们既不能帮你找到下一次你和医生的预约时间在什么时候,也不能告诉你去年一起工作的同事的电话号码。In these days of Wikipedia and Google, the hardest information to find …can be your own. So, when is that appointment that you were looking for? What is the phone number you needed? Or, maybe the question is, “Where is the scrap of paper that you wrote it down on?” What Information Are You Missing?在有维基百科和谷歌的时代,最难找到的信息是有关你自己的。 那么,你寻找的那次预约在什么时候? 你需要的电话号码是多少? 或者,换这样的问题:你刚刚用来写东西的那张便签放哪儿了?你缺了哪些信息?None of these should be difficult… if you are capturing the important information in your life. Otherwise, each of these could be a full-blown research project and take quite a bit of your time to locate. The important part is capturing the information now, so that you have it when you need it.如果你掌握了你生活中的重要信息,所有这些都不会是难题。否则的话,其中任何一条都足以让你绞尽脑汁,也将花费你大量时间去找到。重要的是现在就掌握这些信息,这样当你需要它时,你就用的上了。Here are 10 Pieces of Information That You’ll Regret Not Capturing:这里有10类信息,如果你不掌握,你就要后悔。1. Appointments1. 预约Do you write appointments down on scraps of paper or business cards? Don’t take those appointment cards from the doctor’s office and the like. Instead, put them directly into your calendar. (You always have your phone with you, right?)你把预约时间写在便签纸上或是名片上了吗?不要从医生办公室等之类的地方拿预约卡。把它们直接写进你的日程表里。(你总是会带着你的手机,对吧?)2. Big Ideas2. 奇思妙想When you get that million dollar idea, make sure you capture it. How many great ideas have you forgotten until someone else acted on it? Have a notebook for those fleeting moments of inspiration. A paper notebook works great or an app like Drafts works wonders on your phone.当你有了那个价值百万的主意时,你一定要抓住它!有多少伟大的想法是被你遗忘了,直到有人将它们在现实中演绎后才想起来?为那些一闪而过的灵感准备一个笔记本。一本纸质笔记本就很棒,或者像Drafts这样的应用程序就能在手机上发挥出奇妙作用。3. Phone Numbers3. 电话号码Always capture phone numbers, especially cell phone numbers. This action only takes a few taps on your phone. You never know when you will need that number again. Even better, you will know who is calling your when they are in your address book. People are surprised when they call me after extended timeframes and I greet them by name.永远要记住电话号码,尤其是手机号。你只要按几个手机键就好了。你永远不会知道在将来你是不是还会再需要这个号码。这样做更大的好处是,号码存进了手机通讯录,你就能知道是谁在给你打电话。在时隔很久以后他们打我电话时,我能在电话的问候中报出他们的名字,他们将会感到吃惊。4. Addresses4. 地址Even in the age of the Internet, it can be hard to get personal addresses. When someone sends you a note or card, always capture the return mailing address. You never know when you might want to return the gesture in the future.即使是身处互联网时代,要得到私人住址也是一件困难的事。当某人寄给你一张明信片,永远要留下回信的邮寄地址。你不会知道在将来什么时候你可能想要回寄他们。5. Reference Info5. 参考信息Capture those random reference pieces of information so that you have them when you least expect it. For example, the size of air filter that your home takes, or the special lightbulb that a device requires.掌握那些随手可得的参考消息,这样万一要用上的时候,你就有信息可以使用了。比如说,你家要装的空气过滤器的尺寸大小,或是某一设备需要的特殊灯泡。6. Notes6. 便条The number one tool missing from most people’s time management system is a single place to keep notes. Avoid the Post-Its and back-of-the-napkin scribbles. Whether meeting notes or personal, keep them organized and in one place. You’ll know exactly where to look when you need them.大多数人的时间管理系统里缺失了最重要的一样工具:一处单独保存便条的地方。最好不要使用便利贴,也不要在纸的背面涂鸦。不管是会议记录还是个人便签,保持有序并存放在一个地方。当你需要的时候,你就知道去哪儿找了。7. Todos7. 待办事项Do you fail to complete tasks because you forget about them? Capture todos as soon as they arise. Let your task list remember them, so you don’t have to. Of course, ensure you look at your list often.你因为忘了而没有完成任务?一有这样的事,就把它们写在待办事项里。让你的任务列表来记它们,这样你就不需要记了。当然,保你能常常看到它们。8. Receipts8. 票据Can you produce the receipt for the last major purchase you made? You never know when you might need a receipt again. There are many great apps and services that will help you capture your receipts. Of course, a simple method tosnap a picture with your phone and file it.你能出示上一次大采购的票据吗?你不会知道什么时候你还需要这张票据。有许多很好的应用程序可以帮你记录票据。当然,一种简单的方法是用手机截图然后存档。9. Personal Info9. 个人信息Get a secure app and save important personal info. You never know when you will need credit card numbers, health data, passwords, or insurance info. When an emergency does happen, you’ll have on less thing to worry about.安装一款安全可靠的应用程序保存重要的个人信息。你不会知道什么时候你需要信用卡账号、医疗信息、密码、以及保险信息。当出现突发情况,你就没那么多要担忧的事了。10. Solutions10. 解决方法Do you find yourself addressing the same issues repeatedly? Make sure you capture those solutions so that you do not have to spend time solving the same problem twice.有没有发现自己都在反复地找同样的东西?你一定要掌握这些方法,这样你就不用花时间第二次解决同样的问题了。Make a list of the information that you find yourself searching for often. Instead of letting those pieces of data slip by, ensure that you have a method to capture each type. The next time you need a piece of info, it will be right at your fingertips.对这些你经常要找的信息做个列表。不让这些信息就这样溜走,你要有一种掌握每类信息的方法。下次当你需要一条信息时,它就刚好在你手边了。 /201302/226156。
  • The list of electronic aids available on new cars today resembles the for a Chinese restaurant. There are devices to help drivers steer, brake, see, change lanes, avoid collisions, and parallel park. The self-driving autonomous car may become reality by 2020, as experts believe, but no one need wait for its GPS systems and laser radar to become commercialized until it gets here. Some high-end new models practically drive themselves.现如今新车的选装配置清单就像中餐馆的菜单,很容易让人挑花了眼。有各种设备可以辅助司机行车、刹车、并线、避免碰撞、并排停车等。有专家相信,到2020年自动驾驶汽车将成为现实,但是现实中没有人想等到自动驾驶汽车的GPS系统和激光雷达完全成熟了再买车。目前某些高端新车从某种程度上说已经是在自动驾驶了。I#39;m in favor of anything that makes driving safer, easier, and more efficient. But danger can lurk in unexpected places. What happens if you exchange your Starship Enterprise for an older model or one that is less well-equipped? Expect the cruise control to automatically keep you from colliding with the vehicle in front of you the way your Acura RLX does? Sorry, the car you#39;re driving doesn#39;t have an adaptive system that applies the brakes. CRASH!我喜欢任何能让驾驶变得更安全、更简单和更有效率的东西。但是危险可能潜伏在我们意想不到的地方。如果你把新买的一辆极为先进的新车换成一款旧车,或是配置不那么齐全的车会怎样?旧车能像讴歌(Acura)RLX的自适应巡航控制系统那样帮你避开路上的其它车辆吗?对不起,这辆旧车没有能够控制刹车的自适应巡航系统,所以追尾是难免的。With that in mind, I#39;ve composed an admittedly very personal list of essential assists that should be in every car. Some are for safety, others provide data, and still others make the ride more comfortable and entertaining. Their common denominator is that I miss them when they aren#39;t there. Your own choices may differ, but here are mine:考虑到这一点,我列出了一份重要的行车配置清单,我认为这些配置应该安装在每一辆汽车上。不可否认这份清单带有浓厚的个人观点。其中有些配置是安全性配置,有一些配置能提供数据,还有一些配置能提高行车的舒适性和性。它们共同的特点是,如果一辆车里没有清单里的某些配置,我就会很想念它们。你自己的选择可能和我有出入,不过以下就是我的建议。1. Push-button ignition/keyless start(1)一键启动/无钥匙启动I love walking up to a car that unlocks and lights up by itself and then starts without pulling the key out of your pocket or purse. Yes, there is always the danger of forgetting to hand the key over to the parking valet, but that is a small price to pay for the convenience -- especially on a cold day.我喜欢当我走近一辆汽车里时,它能自动解锁亮灯,而且不用从口袋或钱包里往外掏钥匙。当然,总有人在使用代客泊车务的时候忘了把车钥匙交给泊车司机,不过考虑到它的便利性,这点小代价是值得的——尤其是在大冷天里。2. Rearview camera/backup warning system(2)后视摄像头/倒车警告系统Several times, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has delayed rules for rear visibility that would require backup cameras since Congress required them in 2007, but they can#39;t come fast enough for me. It is much safer to watch a screen on your dashboard that has helpful yellow guide lines than to twist your neck over the back of your seat, look around for blind spots, and then try to back up. And don#39;t omit those helpful beep beep beeps that let you know when you#39;ve gotten too close.美国国会早在2007年就要求私家车必须安装倒车摄像头,不过美国国家公路交通安全(National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)已然数次推迟了强制安装倒车摄像头的法规。但是倒车摄像头对我来说太必要了。有了它之后,你只需要对着中控台上的屏幕以及屏幕上的黄色倒车线进行操作就行了,这比扭着脖子朝后看有没有盲点要安全得多,另外还有非常有用的“滴滴滴”的声音,提示你是否离后面的东西太近了。3. Adaptive cruise control(3)自适应巡航控制It#39;s real helpful in traffic when you have it; real dangerous if you think it is there -- and it isn#39;t. Partial versions slow you down while others bring you to a complete stop. Though Lexus brought the first system to the U.S. in 2000, many domestic models didn#39;t begin offering it until a decade later.如果你的车上有自适应巡航控制系统,你就会发现它在行车时实在太有用了。不过如果你以为你的车上有这个系统,而事实上却没有的话,那你就非常危险了。如果你的车和前车距离小于安全车距,有些版本的自适应巡航控制系统会控制制动单元进行减速,还有些版本会让你的车子完全停下来。虽然雷克萨斯早在2000年就把第一款自适应巡航控制系统引入了美国,但许多美国本土车型直到2010年前后才开始提供这一系统。4. Blind spot detection(4)盲点检测It#39;s a radar-based system that detects vehicles travelling in parallel lanes and uses blinking lights in rear-view mirrors to warn when one is in the blind spot. It#39;s very helpful in preventing you from veering into occupied space, along with the attendant horn-honking and name-calling. More advanced intervention systems apply the brakes to nudge the car out of danger.盲点检测系统是一个基于雷达的系统,当有车辆和你并行时,如果它进入了你的视线盲点,后视镜上的闪灯就会闪烁,提醒你注意安全。这是个十分有用的配置,可以避免你变线时进入已经被占用的车道,也能使你免遭被人狂按喇叭和破口大骂之苦。更先进的干预系统还可以通过控制刹车使你的车子脱离危险。5. Navigation system(5)导航系统Manufacturer-installed or aftermarket, they save lots of hassle (except for those odd times when they lead you astray). Even if you know where you#39;re going, you can program the navi to find out what time you are expected to arrive -- and then try to beat the clock.不管是原厂的还是在汽配城加装的,它们都让我们省了很多事(除了有些时候它们也会莫名其妙地让我们绕弯路)。即使你知道你想去哪里,你也可以在导航上看看你大概到达的时间——然后可以努力在那个时间之内到达。6. Power tailgate close(6)电动关闭后备箱Nobody needs to be spared the less-than-onerous task of pulling down the tailgate of an SUV, but it is way more convenient, clean, and quick to push a button -- especially when your arms are full.虽然大家都不在乎费点力气把SUV的后备箱盖按下去,但是如果只按一个按钮就能关闭后备箱的话,那实在是方便多了,也干净多了——尤其是在你手里抱满东西的时候。On the instrument panel仪表盘上7. Manual gear selection indicator.(7)手动档档位指示Ever find yourself in fourth gear when you thought you were in sixth? The gear selection indicator keeps your revs from bumping into high.你是否曾经以为自己挂的是六档,后来才发现挂了四档?档位指示可以让你避免挂错档导致发动机转速过高。8. Range.(8)续航里程Even if your car isn#39;t electric, knowing the range-to-empty helps you plan your fill-ups while you hunt for the discount gas station.就算你的车不是电动车,知道你的车离下次加油还能跑多远,也可以让你对下次加油的时间和地点心里有谱,尤其是当你在找打折的加油站的时候。9. Outside Temperature.(9)车外气温Even in an era of phones that also act as thermometers, seeing the ambient temperature on your dash in the morning allows you to calibrate.这个时代虽然连手机都能当温度计用了,但是如果能够在车里了解到车外的气温,还是有助于让你根据温度调整着装。10. Satellite radio(10)卫星收音机Several hundred channels, impeccable reception, and no commercials. A must for long commutes and road trips. your day.有好几百个频道,在信号接收上也无可挑剔,而且没有商业广告,是居家旅行、长距离通勤的必备神器。11. Heated seats(11)电加热座椅They make cold starts in frigid weather bearable, but only if they warm up quickly -- say, in less than a mile. A heated steering wheel is often available as a package deal.它让寒冷冬天的冷车启动变得不那么难熬——但前提条件是它们能很快热起来——比如在一英里之内。它一般会和电加热方向盘放在同一个套餐里供你选择。 /201305/241903。
  • The new generation of women, known as SITCOMs, are looking for love online in a quest to find #39;The One#39;新一代女性被称为SITCOMs,她们正在网络爱情里寻找真爱。A new group of women dubbed the SITCOMs (single in twenties, clinging on to memories) is becoming the fastest growing group looking for love online. They might be beautiful, have successful careers and seem like the perfect catch for any man - but they go quickly from one relationship to the next in the elusive search for The One.And the reason they can’t find the perfect partner is because they just cannot get over the big love of their lives.一批被称为SITCOMs的新女性团体(单身,20多岁,执着于回忆),正成为寻找网络恋情人群中增长速度最快的一群人。她们美丽且事业有成,看起来会是任何男人的完美对象——但是令人难以捉摸的她们不断从一段关系中过渡到另一段,只为寻找“那个对的他”。而且她们无法找到完美伴侣的原因,在于她们就是无法走出自己以前人生中那些深刻恋情。The SITCOM tag is particularly pertinent because, observers say, these women#39;s love lives resemble those that make up the meat of a television situation comedy. A new survey asked female and male members of a dating site the reasons why they haven’t found the right partner. The most popular answer was that the people they meet online do not match up to a previous lover.A total of 41 per cent of women and 39 percent of men polled said they still had feelings for an ex-lover and this made it difficult to commit to a new partner.Other commitmentswere cited as reasons love had not blossomed, with 24 per cent of women polled saying they were too busy at work, and a further 29 per cent saying they didn’t like meeting new people in bars and clubs.Sadly for almost a third or men and women a big reason for not finding new love was not having enough friends to help them mix with new people. 观察者认为,SITCOM的标签于她们而言十分恰当。这些女性的情感生活就类似于那些电视情景喜剧的脚本。一项新的调查在交友网站上征询男性和女性未能找到理想伴侣的原因。大部分的常见是他们在网上遇到的人都比不上他们的前任。共有41%的女性和39%的男性受访者承认,他们对前任恋人仍有感情,并且这使得他们很难接受新恋人。还有另外一些认为是导致爱情未能开花结果的原因,有24%的女性受访者说她们工作太忙了,另外还有29%的说她们不喜欢在酒吧和俱乐部结识新朋友。可悲的是几乎有三分之一的男性和女性未能找到新恋人的一大重要原因,是他们没有足够多的朋友来帮助他们介绍认识新朋友。Nikki Howarth, 26, is typical of the new generation of SITCOMs. She’s blonde, glamorous and earns £300,000 a year running her own party planning business, Eloquent Events, in Nottingham.She said: #39;I was in a very serious relationship for a long time before I started dating online. It ended badly - he was cheating on me with another woman - but the truth is that I have not properly got over him.Every time I date a new man, I do compare them with my ex - both in the way they look and how we connect emotionally. I am always looking for the same electricity that I shared with my ex and I do tend to end relationships if they don’t live up to the one I had before. Why settle for second best? I guess I am a classic SITCOM. All my girlfriends are the same - we all look back on past lovers and try to find someone who will match them. It is not the healthiest way to find love - but we just can’t help it.尼基·豪沃思今年26岁,是新一代SITCOM女性的典型。她一头金发,美丽迷人,并且依靠自己在诺丁汉经营的派对策划公司Eloquent Events 每年可以赚得30万英镑。她说:“在我开始网上约会前,我曾经历一段长时间的很认真的恋情。这段感情结束地很糟糕,他劈腿与另外一个女人在一起。但事实是我还是忘不了他。每次我和一个新的男人约会,我都会拿他跟我的前任比——无论是在他们的长相上还是在我们之间的感情交流上。我总是在寻求一种相似的触电感觉,那是我和前男友之间曾有的感觉,而且一旦他们比不上我的前任,我就会想要结束这段关系。为什么要退而求其次呢?我想我是一个典型的SITCOM女。我所有的女性朋友都是这样——我们眷恋过去的恋人,并且想要寻找比得过前任的某个人。这并不是一种寻找真爱最健康的方式——但我们就是无法抗拒。”Cheryl, 29, spent years trying to find love again following her divorce from England footballer Ashley Cole, though has recently started dating. She said last year: #39;I will always love Ashley.#39; 英国著名女星谢丽尔今年29岁,在与英格兰足球运动员阿什利·科尔离婚之后,她花了很多年去再次寻找真爱,虽然最近她也开始约会了,但去年她曾说过:“我会永远爱阿什利。”MissTravel owner Brandon Wade said he had noticed an increasing number of so-called SITCOMs going online to find love. He said: #39;They are beautiful women who have come out of long-term relationships and are struggling to meet anyone who compares to their ex. They don’t want to go to pubs and nightclubs so they end up on sites like ours These girls tend to go on a lot of dates while they are search for The One and are very active on our sites. #39;交友网站MissTravel 的所有人布兰登·韦德说,他注意到网站上这样一群寻找真爱的SITCOM女的人数在增长。他说:“她们都是从一段长期的感情里出来的美丽女人,她们挣扎着要遇到任何不逊色前任的男人。她们不愿意去酒吧或夜店,因此就会来我们这样的网站。这些女孩在我们的网站里非常活跃,在寻找那个对的他的过程中,她们会约会很多很多次。” /201210/203599。
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