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深圳宝安冷冻点痣多少钱深圳半导体激光脱腋毛Now ordinary people have voice, not just those of us lucky enough to go to HBS, but anyone with access to Facebook, to Twitter, to a mobile phone.现在普通人也可以获得话语权。不仅是那些能到HBS读书的幸运儿,而是任何能上Facebook,Twitter或者有手机的人。This is disrupting traditional power structures and leveling traditional hierarchy.这正在打破传统的权利结构,让传统的阶层界限变得模糊。Voice and power are shifting from institutions to individuals, from the historically powerful to the historically powerless.话语权正从机构转向个人,从曾经有权有势的人转向普通人。And all of this is happening so much faster than I could have ever imagined when I was sitting where you are today and Mark Zuckerberg was 11 years old.而且这一切的变化速度远远超出了当时就坐在你们今天位置上的我的想像。那时候,马克·扎克伯格才十一岁。As the world becomes more connected and less hierarchical, traditional career paths are shifting as well.当世界变得更紧密界限更模糊时,传统的职业生涯也在发生变化。In 2001, after working in the government, I moved out to Silicon Valley to try to find a job.2001年在为政府工作了几年之后,(谢丽尔·桑德伯格当初为Larry Summers工作)我搬到硅谷找下一份工作。My timing wasnt really that good. The bubble had crashed. Small companies were closing. Big companies were laying people off.当时并不是个好时机。泡沫破灭了。小公司都在倒闭,大公司都在裁员。One women CEO looked at me and said, ;we would never even think about hiring someone like you.;一个女性CEO看着我说,“我们根本不会考虑招你这样的人。”After a while I had a few offers and I had to make a decision, so what did I do?过了一段时间,我有了几个offers。需要做决定了,那么我是怎么做的呢?I am MBA trained, so I made a spsheet.由于我受过MBA的训练,所以我做了一个Excel表。I listed my jobs in the columns and the things for my criteria in the rows, and compared the companies, the missions, and the roles.我把工作都列了出来并且一行行把我的评判标准也列了出来。以及比较公司的远景,工作的职责等。One of the jobs on that sheet was to become Googles first Business general manager, which sounds good now, but at the time no one thought consumer internet companies could ever make money.表格中有一个工作是去做Google的第一个业务部总经理。这现在听起来很不错,但是当时没人相信直接面对消费者的互联网公司可以赚钱。I was not sure there was actually a job there at all; Google had no business units, so what was there to generally manage?我都不敢确定那儿是不是真有这样的职位;Google就没有业务部,那要我去总管什么呢?And the job was several levels lower than jobs I was being offered at other companies.何况那职位比我在其他公司得到的offers都要低好几级。So I sat down with Eric Schmidt, who had just become the CEO, and I showed him the spsheet and I said, this job meets none of my criteria.后来我和当时刚刚上任的CEO艾里克·施密特见了面,我给他看了我的列表,说:“这份工作完全不合我的选择标准。”He put his hand on my spsheet and he looked at me and said, ;Dont be an idiot.; Excellent career advice.他用手按住我的表格。看着我说:“不要犯傻。”极佳的职业忠告。And then he said, ;Get on a rocket ship. When companies are growing quickly and having a lot of impact, careers take care of themselves.然后他说,重要的是坐上火箭。当公司在飞速发展而产生很大影响力时,事业自然也会突飞猛进。And when companies arent growing quickly or their missions dont matter as much, thats when stagnation and politics come in.当公司发展较慢时,或者公司前景一般时,停滞和办公室政治就会出现。If youre offered a seat on a rocket ship, dont ask what seat. Just get on.;如果你得到了坐上火箭的机会,别管是什么位置,上去就行。”About six and one-half years later, when I was leaving Google, I took that advice to heart.大概六年半之后,当我要离开Google的时候,我记住了这句忠告。I was offered CEO jobs at a bunch of companies, but I went to Facebook as COO.当时好几家公司请我去做CEO,但是我去了Facebook做COO(首席运营官)。At the time people said, why are you going to work for a 23-year-old?那时有人问你为什么要去给一个23岁的年轻人打工?The traditional metaphor for careers is a ladder, but I no longer think that metaphor holds. It just doesnt make sense in a less hierarchical world.职业发展通常会被比作“爬阶梯”。但我认为这个比喻不再恰当了。在越来越扁平的世界里,这种说法是没有意义的。201502/357231深圳手术疤痕 Mr. Speaker, Lord Speaker,Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister,Leader of the Opposition and distinguished guests:I am delighted to be with you today.A Chairde:Tá fíor-chaoin áthas orm bheith anseo libh ar ócáid an chéad cuairt stáit seo.On the first day of this State Visit, I have been graciously and warmly welcomed by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle, and I have come to this place from a poignant and uplifting visit to Westminster Abbey. I am greatly honoured to be the first President of Ireland to address you in this distinguished Palace of Westminster.As a former parliamentarian, honoured to have spent twenty-five years as a member of Dáil #201;ireann, and a further decade serving in our Upper House, Seanad #201;ireann, it constitutes a very special privilege to be speaking today in a place that history has made synonymous with the principle of democratic governance and with respect for a political discourse that is both inclusive and pluralist.At the very foundation of British democracy is, of course, the Magna Carta which includes the powerful statement:“To no one will we sell, to no one will we deny or delay, right or justice.”Those beautiful and striking words have echoed down the centuries and remain the beating heart of the democratic tradition. Their resonance was felt almost immediately in Ireland through the Magna Carta Hiberniae – a version of the original charter reissued by the guardians of the young Henry III in November 1216.They are also words which echo with a particular significance when we have indeed so recently seen the adverse consequences of a discourse that regards politics, society and the economy as somehow separate, each from the other; this is a divisive perspective which undermines the essential relationship between the citizen and the State. Today, as both our countries work to build sustainable economies and humane and flourishing societies, we would do well to recall the words of the Magna Carta and its challenge to embrace a concept of citizenship rooted in the principles of active participation, justice and freedom.Such a vision of citizenship is shared by our two peoples. It is here, in this historic building that, over the centuries, the will of the British people gradually found its full democratic voice. It is inspiring to stand in a place where, for more than a century, many hundreds of dedicated parliamentarians, in their different ways, represented the interests and aspirations of the Irish people.Next month marks the centenary of the passing of the Home Rule Act by the House of Commons – a landmark in our shared history. It was also here that the votes of Irish nationalist Members of Parliament in 1911 were instrumental in the passage of the Parliament Act, a critical step in the development of your parliamentary system.History was also made here in 1918 when the Irish electorate chose the first woman to be elected to this parliament – Constance Markiewicz – who, of course, chose not to take her Westminster seat but, rather, to represent her constituents in our independent parliament, the first Dáil #201;ireann. Constance’s sister, Eva Gore-Booth, who is buried in Hampstead, had been making, and would continue to make, her own distinctive contribution to history – not only in the Irish nationalist struggle, but as part of the suffragette and labour movements in Britain.Nearly 90 years earlier, the passage of the Catholic Emancipation Act of 1829 was secured by the leadership of our great Irish parliamentarian, Daniel O’Connell. O’Connell’s nationalism set no border to his concern for human rights; his advocacy extended to causes and movements for justice around the world, including the struggle to end slavery. He was totally dedicated to seeking freedom, as he put it:“attained not by the effusion of human blood but by the constitutional combination of good and wise men.”While O’Connell may not have achieved that ambition during his own lifetime, it was such an idealism that served to guide and influence, so many years later, the achievement of the momentous Good Friday Agreement of 1998. That achievement was founded on the cornerstones of equality, justice and democratic partnership, and was a key milestone on the road to today’s warm, deep and enduring Irish-British friendship.Our two countries can take immense pride in the progress of the cause of peace in Northern Ireland. But of course there is still a road to be travelled – the road of a lasting and creative reconciliation – and our two Governments have a shared responsibility to encourage and support those who need to complete the journey of making peace permanent and constructive, enduring.Mr Speaker, Lord Speaker:I stand here at a time when the relationship between our two islands has, as I have said, achieved a closeness and warmth that once seemed unachievable. The people of Ireland greatly cherish the political independence that was secured in 1922 – an independence which was fought for by my father and many of his generation. The pain and sacrifice associated with the advent of Irish independence inevitably cast its long shadow across our relations, causing us, in the words of the Irish MP Stephen Gwynn, to: “look at each other with doubtful eyes.”We acknowledge that past but, as you have said, even more, we wholeheartedly welcome the considerable achievement of today’s reality – the mutual respect, friendship and cooperation which exists between our two countries, our two peoples. That benign reality was brought into sharp relief by the historic visit of Queen Elizabeth to Ireland three years ago. Her Majesty’s visit eloquently expressed how far we have come in understanding and respecting our differences, and it demonstrated that we could now look at each other through trusting eyes of mutual respect and shared commitments.The ties between us are now strong and resolute. Formidable flows of trade and investment across the Irish Sea confer mutual benefit on our two countries. Be it in tourism, sport or culture, our people to people connections have never been as close or abundant.Generations of Irish emigrants have made their mark on the development of this country. As someone whose own siblings made their home here at the end of the 1950s, I am very proud of the large Irish community that is represented in every walk of life in the ed Kingdom. That community is the living heart in the evolving British-Irish relationship. I greatly cherish how the Irish in Britain have preserved and nurtured their culture and heritage while, at the same time, making a distinctive and valued contribution to the development of modern Britain.Mr Speaker, Lord Speaker:As both our islands enter periods of important centenaries we can and must, reflect on the ethical importance of respecting different, but deeply interwoven, narratives. Such reflection will offer us an opportunity to craft a bright future on the extensive common ground we share and, where we differ in matters of interpretation, to have respectful empathy for each other’s perspectives.This year the ed Kingdom commemorates the First World War. In Ireland too, we remember the large number of our countrymen who entered the battlefields of Europe, never to return home. Amongst those was the Irish nationalist MP Tom Kettle who wrote that:“this tragedy of Europe may be and must be the prologue to the two reconciliations of which all statesmen have dreamed, the reconciliation of Protestant Ulster with Ireland, and the reconciliation of Ireland with Great Britain.”It is, I think, significant that Kettle refers to “this tragedy of Europe.” We must always remember that this brutal and tragic war laid the hand of death on every country in Europe.Kettle died as an Irish patriot, a British soldier and a true European. He understood that to be authentically Irish we must also embrace our European identity. It is an identification we proudly claim today, an identification we share with the ed Kingdom, with whom we have sat around the negotiating table in Europe for over 40 years. We recognise that it has been in that European context of mutuality and interdependence that we took the most significant steps towards each other.Mr Speaker, Lord Speaker:I have been struck by the imposing canvases in this room, these depictions of the Battles of Trafalgar and Waterloo, painted by the Irishman Daniel Maclis. They call to mind another famous painting by this great artist that hangs in the National Gallery in Dublin. It depicts the 12th century marriage of Aoife, daughter of the King of Leinster, to Strongbow, the leader of the first Anglo-Norman force to arrive in Ireland. Those nuptials took place in the context of conflict and did not necessarily become a harbinger of harmony. Neither was there to be a marriage of hearts and minds between our two islands in the following centuries.Today, however, we have a fresh canvas on which to sketch our shared hopes and to advance our overlapping ambitions. What we now enjoy between Ireland and Britain is a friendly, co-operative partnership based on mutual respect, reciprocal benefit, and deep and indelible personal links that bind us together in cultural and social terms.In the final days of his life, the soldier and parliamentarian, to whom I have referred, Tom Kettle dreamed of a new era of friendship between our two peoples – “Free, we are free to be your friend” – was how he put it in one of his poems.The journey then of our shared British-Irish relationship towards that freedom has progressed from the doubting eyes of estrangement to the trusting eyes of partnership and, in recent years, to the welcoming eyes of friendship.I am conscious that I am in the company here of so many distinguished parliamentarians who have made their own individual contributions to the journey we have travelled together. I acknowledge them and I salute them, as I acknowledge and salute all those who have selflessly worked to build concord between our peoples. I celebrate our warm friendship and I look forward with confidence to a future in which that friendship can grow even more resolute and more productive.Gur fada a ghabhfaidh pobail agus parlaimintí an dá oileán seo le chéile go síochánta, go séanmhar agus sa chairdeas buandlúite idir #201;ire agus an Bhreatain.Long may our two peoples and their parliaments walk together in peace, prosperity and ever closer friendship between Ireland and Britain.Mr Speaker, Members, thank you again for your kind welcome.Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.201502/359927深圳疤痕修复医院

深圳玻尿酸打哪家医院好Do you think its possible to control someones attention?你们觉得人的注意力是可控制的吗?Even more than that,或者更进一步,what about predicting human behavior?人的行为可预知吗?I think those are interesting ideas, if you could.如果可以的话,我觉得这些想法很有趣。I mean, for me, that would be the perfect superpower,对我来说,这些会是完美的超能力,actually kind of an evil way of approaching it.只不过是有点邪恶罢了。But for myself, in the past, Ive spent the last 20 years过去20年,我一直在用一种非传统的方式观察人类行为:studying human behavior from a rather unorthodox way:过去20年,我一直在用一种非传统的方式观察人类行为:picking pockets.小偷小摸。When we think of misdirection,提到错误引导,we think of something as looking off to the side,我们总觉得是将注意力放在事物的其他方面,when actually its often the things that are right in front of us但实际上,往往在我们眼前的事情that are the hardest things to see,是最难被发现的,the things that you look at every day that youre blinded to.那些你天天看到的东西反而是你的盲点。For example, how many of you still have your cell phones举个例子,现场有多少人身上带了手机?on you right now?举个例子,现场有多少人身上带了手机?Great. Double-check.很好,再检查一遍,Make sure you still have them on you.确保手机还在身上,I was doing some shopping beforehand.因为我刚才在场下转了转。Now youve looked at them probably a few times today,你今天估计已经看过好几次手机了,but Im going to ask you a question about them.但我接下来要问你们一个问题。Without looking at your cell phone directly yet,不要看你的手机,can you remember the icon in the bottom right corner?你能记得屏幕右下角是什么图标吗?Bring them out, check, and see how accurate you were.现在拿出手机,看一下,你猜对了吗?Howd you do? Show of hands. Did we get it?怎么样?猜对的请举手。Now that youre done looking at those, close them down,好了,请放下手机。because every phone has something in common.每一部手机都有一个共同点,No matter how you organize the icons,那就是无论你如何整理图标,you still have a clock on the front.你的首页都会显示时间。So, without looking at your phone, what time was it?那么,不看手机,现在几点了?You just looked at your clock, right?你们之前刚刚看了时间,不是吗?Its an interesting idea. Now, Ill ask you to take that a step further with a game of trust.非常有意思。接下来,我们把这个游戏更进一步。Close your eyes.闭上眼睛。I realize Im asking you to do that while you just heard我意识到我刚才告诉你们我是个小偷,theres a pickpocket in the room, but close your eyes.现在却要让你们闭眼睛,但还是请闭上。Now, youve been watching me for about 30 seconds.到目前为止,你们观察我已经至少有30秒了。With your eyes closed, what am I wearing?请告诉我,我穿的什么衣?Make your best guess.尽力想。What color is my shirt? What color is my tie?我的衬衫是什么颜色?领带是什么颜色?Now open your eyes.现在请睁开眼睛。By a show of hands, were you right?如果你猜对了,请举手。Its interesting, isnt it? Some of us are a little bit很有趣对不对?有些人的感知能力比其他人more perceptive than others. It seems that way.要强一些,至少看起来是这样。But I have a different theory about that, that model of attention.关于这种注意力模式,我有另外一种解释。They have fancy models of attention, Posners trinity model of attention.注意力模式的理论有很多, 比如波斯纳的三位一体注意力模式。For me, I like to think of it very simple, like a surveillance system.我喜欢把它想得简单一点,就像一个监视系统。Its kind of like you have all these fancy sensors,就好像你有许许多多的感觉器官,and inside your brain is a little security guard.在你的大脑内有一个小小保安人员,For me, I like to call him Frank.我先暂且把它称作弗兰克。So Frank is sitting at a desk.弗兰克坐在桌子旁,Hes got all sorts of cool information in front of him,他眼前有各种各样的信息,high-tech equipment, hes got cameras,高科技装置,照相机,hes got a little phone that he can pick up, listen to the ears,还有能接听讯息的手机,all these senses, all these perceptions.各种感觉和知觉。But attention is what steers your perceptions,但是注意力是能引导你的认知的东西,is what controls your reality. Its the gateway to the mind.它掌控你看到的现实,它是通往你的心灵的大门。If you dont attend to something, you cant be aware of it.如果你不注意某个东西,你就不会察觉到它。But ironically, you can attend to something without being aware of it.有意思的是,你也会在自己不察觉的情况下注意到某个东西。Thats why theres the cocktail effect:这就是为什么会有鸡尾酒效应:When youre in a party, youre having conversations with someone,所谓鸡尾酒效应,是指当你在一个派对上专心与某人交谈时,and yet you can recognize your name却能立马听到你的名字,and you didnt even realize you were listening to that.而你都没有意识到自己在听那个另外的对话。Now, for my job, I have to play with techniques to exploit this,我的工作就是充分利用这个效应,to play with your attention as a limited resource.玩弄你们有限的注意力。So if I could control how you spend your attention,来看看我能不能控制你配自己的注意力的方式,if I could maybe steal your attention through a distraction.看看我能不能通过干扰来窃取你的注意力。Now, instead of doing it like misdirection现在,与其进行错误引导and throwing it off to the side,并将其转移到其他方面,instead, what I choose to focus on is Frank,我选择的是专注于弗兰克,to be able to play with the Frank inside your head,与你脑中的弗兰克,也就是那个小保安,游戏一场,your little security guard,与你脑中的弗兰克,也就是那个小保安,游戏一场,and get you, instead of focusing on your external senses,让你暂时不专注于外部感知,just to go internal for a second.而是专注于内部感知。So if I ask you to access a memory, like, what is that?如果我让你读取一段记忆,比如:这是什么?What just happened? Do you have a wallet?刚才发生了什么?你有钱包吗?Do you have an American Express in your wallet?你钱包里有运通卡(信用卡)吗?And when I do that, your Frank turns around.当我问这些问题的时候,弗兰克转过身去,He accesses the file. He has to rewind the tape.他去找资料,他必须倒带。And whats interesting is, he cant rewind the tape但有趣的是,他在处理新信息的时候at the same time that hes trying to process new data.不能进行倒带这一任务。Now, I mean, this sounds like a good theory,这听起来是个挺棒的理论,but I could talk for a long time and tell you lots of things,我可以讲很久,告诉你们很多东西,and they may be true, a portion of them,它们中有一些可能是真的,but I think its better if I tried to show that to you here live.但是我认为当场演示效果会更好。So if I come down, Im going to do a little bit of shopping.所以如果我走下台,我又要逛一下了。Just hold still where you are.请保持原地不动。Hello, how are you? Its lovely to see you.你好,见到你很高兴。You did a wonderful job onstage.你在台上的演讲很棒。You have a lovely watch that doesnt come off very well.你的手表不错,但有点不好取。Do you have your ring as well?你有戒指吗?Good. Just taking inventory. Youre like a buffet.很好,只是清点一下。你们简直就像丰盛的自助餐厅,Its hard to tell where to start, theres so many great things.不知道从儿哪开始啊,这么多好东西。Hi, how are you? Good to see you.你好,很高兴见到你。Hi, sir, could you stand up for me, please? Just right where you are.先生你好,能麻烦你站起来一下吗?站在原地就好。Oh, youre married. You follow directions well.哦,你结婚了,不错。Thats nice to meet you, sir.很高兴见到你,先生。You dont have a whole lot inside your pockets. Anything down by the pocket over here?你的口袋里似乎没什么东西,下面口袋还有什么吗?Hopefully so. Have a seat. There you go. Youre doing well.希望有吧,请坐。谢谢!Hi, sir, how are you?先生你好!Good to see you, sir. You have a ring, a watch.很高兴见到你,你戴了戒指,还有手表。Do you have a wallet on you? Joe: I dont.您身上有钱包吗? 乔:没有。Apollo Robbins: Well, well find one for you.罗宾:很好,待会儿我找一个给你。Come on up this way, Joe.请往这边走,乔。Give Joe a round of applause.请为乔鼓掌。Come on up Joe. Lets play a game. 乔,请上台,让我们玩个游戏。(Applause)(掌声)201409/329848深圳大鹏新区人民医院激光祛痘手术多少钱 And the Athabasca River drains downstream to a range of Aboriginal communities.阿萨帕斯卡尔河下游即原住民聚集地。In Fort Chippewa, the 800 people there,奇普怀恩堡有800位居民,are finding toxins in the food chain,食物链中含有毒性物质,this has been scientifically proven.已经科学实。The tar sands toxins are in the food chain,食物链中含有沥青砂这种毒性物质,and this is causing cancer rates up to 10 times what they are in the rest of Canada.导致当地癌症发病率比加拿大其他地区高十倍。In spite of that, people have to live,尽管如此,人们需要生存,have to eat this food in order to survive.需仰赖食物维生。The incredibly high price f flying food into these remote Northern Aboriginal communities and the high rate of unemployment makes this an absolute necessity for survival.空运到这片遥远北方原住民小区的天价食物和当地的高失业率使当地物产成了赖以为生的必需品。And not that many years ago, I was lent a boat by a First Nations man.几年前,我向原住民借了一条船。And he said, When you go out on the river,他说,当你沿河航行时,do not under any circumstances eat the fish.千万别吃鱼。Its carcinogenic.那是致癌物。And yet, on the front porch of that mans cabin,然而,在那名男子家门口,I saw four fish. He had to feed his family to survive.我看见四条鱼,他必须藉此养家糊口。And as a parent, I just cant imagine what that does to your soul.身为父母的我,无法想象这对心灵的影响。And thats what were doing.这正是我们目前所做的事。The boreal forest is also perhaps our best defense against global warming and climate change.北方森林或许亦是对抗全球暖化及气候变迁的最佳防线。The boreal forest sequesters more carbon than any other terrestrial ecosystem.北方森林吸收的排碳量胜于任何现存的生态系统。And this is absolutely key.无疑是十分重要的生态环境。So what were doing is,但我们所做的是,were taking the most concentrated greenhouse gas sink,将温室气体吸收率最大的环境,twice as much greenhouse gases are sequestered in the boreal per acre than the tropical rainforests.每英亩北方森林吸收的温室气体比热带雨林多两倍。And what were doing is were destroying this carbon sink, turning it into a carbon bomb.我们所做的是,摧毁这个碳汇,将它转变成碳弹。201511/408970龙华区鼻头缩小多少钱

深圳鼻翼软骨整形哪家医院好After a month she says to me,总之,一个月后,她对我说,Did this really happen?那些事情真的发生了吗?And I said, Yes. And so she said, So, if I came out of the woods — this is her brother and sister—If I came out of the woods, Avalon and Donovan might be gone.Yes.我说,是的。之后她说,那么,如果我当时出生了—这是她的哥哥—如果我出生了,Avalon 和 Donovan 可能就不在了? 是的。But Id get to see them in America.No.但我到美国后会再见到他们吧?不会。But what if I saw them? You know, couldnt we stay together?No.但万一我们能见面呢?我们不能呆在一起吗? 不能。So Daddy could be gone.Yes.那么爸爸也可能不在了? 是的。And she was fascinated by this, and she started to cry,她被吓呆了,之后她开始哭泣,and I started to cry, and her father started to cry,我也开始哭,她的父亲也开始哭,and now were all crying. He didnt expect to come home from work to the Middle Passage,然后我们一起哭。他没想到下班回家会遇到中央航路这档子事,but there it goes.但它就是发生了。And so, we made this game, and she got it.总之,我们一起玩了这样一个游戏,最后她懂了其中的含义。She got it because she spent time with these people.她懂了,因为她与这些人共同经历了那个过程。It wasnt abstract stuff in a brochure or in a movie.这不像书本或电影里的教化那样是抽象的东西。And so it was just an incredibly powerful experience.这是一次令人惊叹、充满力量的体验。This is the game, which Ive ended up calling.这就是那个游戏,我后来给它起了个名字。The New World, because I like the phrase.叫做《新世界》,因为我喜欢这个叫法。I dont think the New World felt too new worldly exciting to the people who were brought over on slave ships.我不认为新世界会带来什么世俗的兴奋感,尤其对于那些曾经从奴隶船上下来的人们。But when this happened, I saw the whole planet.但当这一切发生时,我看到了整个世界。I was so excited. It was like, Id been making games for 20-some years, and then I decided to do it again.我感觉太激动了。这就像是,我设计游戏已经超过二十年,而我决定再做一些类似的游戏。My history is Irish.我的故乡是爱尔兰。So this is a game called Síochán Leat. Its peace be with you.这个游戏叫做Síochán Leat。意思是《和平与你同在》。Its the entire history of my family in a single game.仅仅这一个游戏就包含了我的整个家族史。I made another game called Train.我设计了另一款游戏叫做《列车》。I was making a series of six games that covered difficult topics, and if youre going to cover a difficult topic, this is one you need to cover,我制作了一个系列的六款游戏都是关于沉重的主题,如果你要讨论一个沉重的主题,就需要这样的游戏来开展,and Ill let you figure out what thats about on your own.我会让你自己通过游戏来发现关于这个主题的一切。And I also made a game about the Trail of Tears.我还创作了一款游戏叫做《泪痕》。This is a game with 50,000 individual pieces.这个游戏有着5万个独立的零件。I was crazy when I decided to start it,我当时肯定是疯了才决定要设计它,but Im in the middle of it now.不过我现在已经进行了近一半。Its the same thing.这和之前的游戏是类似的。Im hoping that Ill teach culture through these games.我希望通过这些游戏来传授文化。And the one Im working on right now, which is because Im right in the middle of it, and these for some reason choke me up like crazy,is a game called Mexican Kitchen Workers.而我现在正在着手设计的游戏是因为我正在全心投入,所以想到它很容易使我情绪波动,这个游戏叫做《墨西哥厨房工人》。201602/428443 THE PRESIDENT: Hello, Milwaukee! (Applause.) Thank you! Oh, it’s good to be back in Milwaukee. Give Chris a big round of applause for that great introduction. (Applause.)Happy Labor Day, everybody. Happy Labor Day. (Applause.) Today is a day that belongs to you –- the working men and women who make America the greatest country on Earth. So thank you to the working folks who are here today, and the unions who’ve always had your back. (Applause.) Thank you to the Milwaukee Area Labor Council, to the Wisconsin AFL-CIO. (Applause.)It’s good to be back at Laborfest. I hope you don’t mind, I brought a friend with me, somebody who is fighting for American workers every day -- America’s Secretary of Labor, Tom Perez, is in the house. (Applause.) And I just found out Tom’s wife is from Milwaukee, so his father-in-law is here. So I just told his father-in-law he’s doing a really good job, because you always want to make a guy look good in front of his father-in-law. (Laughter.) We’ve got some other friends I want to acknowledge. First of all, your Congresswoman, Gwen Moore, is here. (Applause.) Your mayor, Tom Barrett, is in the house. (Applause.) We’ve got one of my favorites, Mary Kay Henry from the SEIU. (Applause.) Newly elected Lily Garcia from NEA. (Applause.) My pal -- not a Packers fan, he’s a Steelers fan, but he’s a good guy anyway -- Leo Gerard from USW, Steelworkers. (Applause.) Billy Hite from UA; Joe Hansen from UFCW. (Applause.) To all the other labor leaders who are here, we are so glad to have you. And we’re here because of the things all too often we take for granted. Anybody who’s got a seat, feel free to sit down. I don’t want anybody fainting; it’s all hot out here. I might get you back up on your feet at some point.But we’re here to celebrate something that sometimes the American people take for granted -- the 40-hour workweek, overtime pay, a minimum wage, weekends like this one. All that didn’t happen by accident. It happened because America’s workers organized for it, fought for it. History shows that working families can get a fair shot in this country, but only if we’re willing to fight for it.Now, the first time I came to Laborfest was -- I was still a candidate back in 2008. (Applause.) And during that campaign, I promised if you sent me to the White House, I’d stand with you in that fight. (Applause.) Now, two weeks later, our financial system collapsed. A recession almost became a depression. And in the years since, our country has faced a choice. There are some folks who wanted to place an even bigger bet on top-down economics, the kind of economics that helped cause the crisis in the first place -– more tax cuts for those at the top, fewer rules for big banks and corporations, this blind faith that maybe prosperity would finally trickle down on the rest of us if folks up at the top just kept on doing better and better.But, you know what, Milwaukee, I didn’t run for President to double down on top-down economics. I ran for President because I believed in bottom-up economics. I believed in middle-out economics. I placed a bet on you. I placed a bet on America’s workers. (Applause.) I put my money on American workers and the belief that our economy grows best when everybody has got a shot -- when folks who are willing to work hard can get into the middle class and stay in the middle class. And I’ve come back to Laborfest to say that because of your hard work, because of what we’ve been through together, that bet is starting to pay off.America is stronger because of the decisions we made to rescue our economy and rebuild it on a new foundation asking the simple question, is this good for ordinary Americans, is this good for working people -- not just a few, but for everybody. And over the past 53 months, our business have created nearly 10 million new jobs. (Applause.) We’re on a streak where, the last six months, we’ve created more than 200,000 jobs each month -– that’s the first time that’s happened since 1997. (Applause.)Construction is rebounding. Energy and technology are booming. American manufacturing is steadily creating jobs for the first time since the 1990s. Our businesses export more goods made right here in America to the rest of the world than ever before. (Applause.) America is stronger because we saved the American auto industry and more than one million jobs that depend on the auto industry. (Applause.) Today, our workers are building more cars than any time since 2002 -- and, by the way, they’re really good cars. The auto industry is adding jobs at the strongest rate since the 1990s.America is stronger because we invested in homegrown energy. The world’s number-one oil and gas producer -- it’s not Russia, it’s not Saudi Arabia -- it’s the U.S. of A. We are the largest producer. (Applause.) And for the first time in nearly 20 years, America now produces more oil than we buy from other countries. But we’re also producing more clean energy, putting folks back to work. We’ve tripled the amount of wind power that creates energy. We’ve increased by 10 times the amount of solar power we create. And all of that is creating tens of thousands of good jobs all across the country. (Applause.)America is stronger because we set our schools on a race to the top. We helped more middle-class families afford college. Today, thanks to outstanding teachers, our high school graduation rate is at a record high. (Applause.) More young people are earning their college degrees than ever before. (Applause.) America is stronger because we helped millions of responsible homeowners stay in their homes, and we got some of biggest banks who sold deceptive mortgages to help make things right -- they’re ponying up billions of dollars to do right by folks who got cheated. We changed a tax code that was skewed too much to the wealthy at the expense of working families. We made sure, you know what, you guys have got to pay a little more. And as a consequence, we cut our deficits by more than half. (Applause.)And yes, Milwaukee, America is stronger because millions more Americans have the peace of mind of quality, affordable health insurance that they can count on. Yes, we did that. 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