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2020-04-07

Thank you.

I am honored to be with you today for your commencement

from one of the finest universities in the world.

Truth be told,

I never graduated from college.

and,

this is the closest

I’ve ever gotten to a college graduation.

Today I want to tell you three stories from my life.

That’s it.

No big deal.

Just three stories.

The first story is

about connecting the dots.

I dropped out of Reed College

after the first 6 months,

but then

stayed around

as a drop-in

for another 18 months or so

before I really quit.

So why did I drop out?

It started before I was born.

My biological mother was

a young,

unwed graduate student,

and she decided

to put me up for adoption.

She felt very strongly that

I should be adopted

by college graduates,

so everything was

all set for me

to be adopted

at birth

by a lawyer and his wife.

Except that

when I popped out

they decided

at the last minute

that they really wanted a girl.

So my parents,

who were on a waiting list,

got a call

in the middle of the night

asking:

“We have an unexpected baby boy; do you want him?”

They said: “Of course.”

My biological mother found out later that

my mother had never graduated from college

and that

my father had never graduated from high school.

She refused to sign

the final adoption papers.

She only relented

a few months later

when my parents promised

that I would go to college.

This was the start in my life.

And 17 years later

I did go to college.

But I naively chose a college

that was

almost as expensive as Stanford,

and

all of my working-class

parents’ savings

were being spent on

my college tuition.

After six months,

I couldn’t see the value in it.

I had no idea

what I wanted to do

with my life

and no idea

how college was going to

help me figure it out.

And here

I was spending

all of the money

my parents had saved

their entire life.

So I decided to drop out

and trust that

it would all work out OK.

It was pretty scary

at the time,

but looking back

it was one of the best decisions

I ever made.

The minute I dropped out

I could stop taking

the required classes

that didn’t interest me,

and begin dropping in

on the ones

that looked far more interesting.

It wasn’t all romantic.

I didn’t have a dorm room,

so I slept on the floor

in friends’ rooms,

I returned Coke bottles

for the 5¢ deposits

to buy food with,

and

I would walk the 7 miles

across town

every Sunday night

to get one good meal a week

at the Hare Krishna temple.

I loved it.

And much of what

I stumbled into

by following

my curiosity and intuition

turned out to be priceless

later on.

Let me give you one example:

Reed College

at that time

offered

perhaps

the best calligraphy instruction

in the country.

Throughout

the campus

every poster,

every label

on every drawer,

was beautifully hand calligraphed.

Because

I had dropped out

and

didn’t have to take

the normal classes,

I decided to take

a calligraphy class

to learn how to do this.

I learned

about

serif and sans serif typefaces,

about

varying the amount of space

between

different letter combinations,

about

what makes great typography great.

It was

beautiful,

historical,

artistically subtle

in a way

that science can’t capture,

and

I found it fascinating.

None of this had

even a hope of

any practical application

in my life.

But 10 years later,

when we were designing

the first Macintosh computer,

it all came back to me.

And we designed it all into the Mac.

It was the first computer

with beautiful typography.

If I had never dropped in

on that single course

in college,

the Mac

would have never had

multiple typefaces

or

proportionally spaced fonts.

And since

Windows just copied the Mac,

it’s likely that

no personal computer

would have them.

If I had never dropped out,

I would have never dropped in on this calligraphy class,

and

personal computers

might not have

the wonderful typography

that they do.

Of course

it was impossible

to connect the dots

looking forward

when I was in college.

But it was very,

very clear

looking backward

10 years later.

Again,

you can’t connect the dots looking forward;

you can only connect them looking backwards.

So you have to trust

that the dots

will somehow connect

in your future.

You have to

trust in something

your gut,

destiny,

life,

karma,

whatever.

because

believing that

the dots will connect

down the road

will give you confidence

to follow your heart

even when

it leads you off

the well-worn path

and

that will make all the difference.

My second story is about love and loss.

I was lucky.

I found what I loved to do early in life.

Woz and I started Apple

in my parents’ garage when I was 20.

We worked hard,

and

in 10 years

Apple had grown

from just the two of us

in a garage

into a $2 billion company

with over 4,000 employees.

We had just released our finest creation

the Macintosh

a year earlier, and I had just turned 30.

And then I got fired.

How can you get fired

from a company you started?

Well,

as Apple grew

we hired someone

who I thought was very talented

to run the company with me,

and

for the first year or so

things went well.

But then

our visions of the future began to diverge

and eventually we had a falling out.

When we did,

our Board of Directors sided with him.

So at 30 I was out.

And very publicly out.

What had been the focus of my entire adult life was gone,

and it was devastating.

I really didn’t know

what to do

for a few months.

I felt

that I had let the previous generation of entrepreneurs down 

that I had dropped the baton

as it was being passed to me.

I met with

David Packard and Bob Noyce

and tried to apologize

for screwing up so badly.

I was a very public failure,

and

I even thought about

running away from the valley.

But

something slowly

began to dawn on me —

I still loved what I did.

The turn of events at Apple

had not changed that

one bit.

I had been rejected, but I was still in love.

And so

I decided to start over.

I didn’t see it then,

but it turned out

that getting fired from Apple

was the best thing

that could have ever happened to me.

The heaviness of being successful

was replaced by

the lightness of being a beginner again,

less sure about everything.

It freed me to enter

one of the most creative periods

of my life.

During the next five years,

I started a company named NeXT,

another company named Pixar,

and fell in love with an amazing woman who would become my wife.

Pixar went on to create

the world’s first computer animated feature film, Toy Story,

and is now the most successful animation studio in the world.

In a remarkable turn of events,

Apple bought NeXT,

And I returned to Apple,

and the technology we developed at NeXT

is at the heart of Apple’s current renaissance.

And

Laurene and I have a wonderful family

together.

I’m pretty sure

none of this would have happened

if I hadn’t been fired from Apple.

It was awful tasting medicine,

but I guess the patient needed it.

Sometimes life gonna hit you in the head with a brick.

Don’t lose faith.

I’m convinced that

the only thing that kept me going

was

that I loved what I did.

You’ve got to find what you love.

And that is

as true for your work

as it is for your lovers.

Your work is gonna

fill a large part of your life,

and

the only way to be truly satisfied

is to do what you believe is great work.

And the only way to do great work

is to love what you do.

If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking.

And

Don’t settle.

As with all matters of the heart,

youll know when you find it.

And,

like any great relationship,

it just gets better and better

as the years roll on.

So keep looking.

Don’t settle.

My third story is about death.

When I was 17,

I read a quote

that went something like:

“If you live each day

as if it was your last,

someday

youll most certainly be right.”

It made an impression on me,

and since then,

for the past 33 years,

I have looked in the mirror

every morning

and asked myself:

“If today were

the last day of my life,

would I want to do

what I am about to do today?”

And whenever

the answer has been “No”

for too many days in a row,

I know I need to change something.

Remembering that

I’ll be dead soon is

the most important tool

I’ve ever encountered

to help me make

the big choices in life.

Because almost everything

all external expectations,

all pride,

all fear of embarrassment

or failure

 — these things just fall away

in the face of death,

leaving only

what is truly important.

Remembering

that you are going to die

is the best way

I know to avoid

the trap of thinking

you have something to lose.

You are already naked.

There is no reason

not to follow your heart.

About a year ago

I was diagnosed with cancer.

I had a scan

at 7:30 in the morning,

and

it clearly showed a tumor

on my pancreas.

I didn’t even know

what a pancreas was.

The doctors told me

this was almost certainly

a type of cancer

that is incurable,

and

that I should expect

to live no longer than

three to six months.

My doctor advised me

to go home

and get my affairs in order,

which is doctor’s code

for prepare to die.

It means to try

to tell your kids

everything you thought

you’d have the next 10 years

to tell them

in just a few months.

It means to make sure everything

is buttoned up

so that it will be as easy as possible for your family.

It means to say your goodbyes.

I lived with that diagnosis all day.

Later that evening

I had a biopsy,

where they stuck an endoscope

down my throat,

through my stomach

and into my intestines,

put a needle into my pancreas

and got a few cells

from the tumor.

I was sedated,

but my wife,

who was there,

told me that

when they viewed the cells

under a microscope

the doctors started crying

because

it turned out to be

a very rare form of

pancreatic cancer

that is curable with surgery.

I had the surgery

and

I’m fine now.

This was the closest

I’ve been to facing death,

and I hope it’s the closest

I get for a few more decades.

Having lived through it,

I can now say this to you

with a bit more certainty

than when death was a useful

but purely intellectual concept:

No one wants to die.

Even people who want to go to heaven don’t wanna die to get there.

And yet

death is the destination

we all share.

No one has ever escaped it.

And that is as it should be,

because Death is very likely

the single best invention of Life.

It is Life’s change agent.

It clears out the old

to make way for the new.

Right now the new is you,

but someday not too long from now,

you will gradually become the old

and be cleared away.

Sorry to be so dramatic,

but it is quite true.

Your time is limited,

so don’t waste it

living someone else’s life.

Don’t be trapped by dogma

which is living with

the results of other people’s thinking.

Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice.

And most important,

have the courage

to follow your heart and intuition.

They somehow already know

what you truly want to become.

Everything else is secondary.

When I was young,

there was an amazing publication called The Whole Earth Catalog,

which was one of the bibles of my generation.

It was created

by a fellow

named Stewart Brand

not far from here

in Menlo Park,

and he brought it to life

with his poetic touch.

This was in the late 1960s,

before personal computers

and desktop publishing,

so it was all made with typewriters, scissors and Polaroid cameras.

It was sort of like

Google in paperback form,

35 years before

Google came along:

It was idealistic,

and overflowing with

neat tools and great notions.

Stewart and his team

put out several issues

of The Whole Earth Catalog,

and then

when it had run its course,

they put out a final issue.

It was the mid-1970s,

and I was your age.

On the back cover of their final issue

was a photograph of an early morning country road,

the kind you might find yourself hitchhiking on

if you were so adventurous.

Beneath it were the words:

Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.”

It was their farewell message

as they signed off.

Stay Hungry.

Stay Foolish.

And I have always wished

that for myself.

And now,

as you graduate to begin anew,

I wish that for you.

Stay Hungry.

Stay Foolish.

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2020-03-27

楽園こちら側」の「事実に誠意を」をほぼdeepLで翻訳してみた その1

https://georgebest1969.typepad.jp/blog/2020/03/事実に誠意を.html

これが原文です。

外国から問い合わせが来ているけれども時間がなくて訳せないということで、DeepLの性能確認ついでにやってみました。

この私訳と岩田健太郎先生無関係なのでよろしくお願いします。

訳された文章を原文と見比べ、翻訳文章おかしくなったところや慣用句は「必ず日本語側の文章をいじることで」できるだけ解消しました。

よって改変した文章だけをこちらに載せ、改変する必要がなかったところは段落番号しか載せていません。元文章は元ブログを当たってください。

英語に詳しいパーソンが精査していただけると幸いです。

1 Most of what I'm about to write is no different from what I've said and done in the past. However, I have been asked the same question repeatedly, so I would like to reiterate it. We have received many inquiries from overseas as well, so we should have prepared the same content in English, but due to time constraints, I'm afraid I'll have to skip it. This article is designed to be read without basic knowledge of infectious diseases and jargon, but it is rather difficult to understand. Please forgive me for that.

感想:「Chromeかなにかでそれぞれ母国語に訳してお読みいただけると幸いです。」がきれいさっぱり消えている。DeepLの自負心だろう。

2 The fact that the number of COVID-19 reports in Japan is very low compared to other countries is attracting attention from home and abroad. Is it true? It has been pointed out that the number of tests is so small that we may be misreading the actual number of infected people.

感想home and abrodeでいいんだろうか?

3 However, this point is wrong at various layers. In the first place, Japan does not aim to capture all the numbers of COVID-19. Whether it's administrative testing or insured care, the state basically has a testing strategy in mind to diagnose, hospitalize, and isolate critically ill patients who need to be hospitalized. It is natural that they "haven't figured it out" and they don't intend to. That's not a bad thing.In fact, the situation is the same in every country, large or small, and no country, whether in the United States, Europe, or Asia, is aiming to "capture the whole number.

感想最後の文はなぜか他の文と一緒に入力すると訳してくれなかった。この文一つだけ入力すると訳してくれた。

よく考えると「多かれ少なかれ」は通じないだろうから直した方がよかった。なぜかDeepLに繋がらなくなったのでもう直せない。

WHOもそんなことは求めていない。もっとも、そのわりに日本帰国者無症状者にPCRをやってみたり、無症状な検査陽性者を入院隔離させてみたり(軽症者は自宅じゃなかったの?)、プリンシプルにおいて首尾一貫していない。だから、「彼らがなにがやりたいか私たちはよくわからない」ので、人々は不安になる。リスコミにおける失敗と言えよう。

The WHO is not asking for such a thing. But instead, Japan gives PCR to asymptomatic returnees and isolates asymptomatic test-positive people in hospital (wasn't it home for people with minor illnesses?). It has not been coherent in its principles. So, people get anxious because "we're not sure what they want to do". It's a failure in the press.

感想:「なにがやりたいかよくわからない」に主語付与する必要があった。リスコミがpressになった。よくわかったな。

「〜は自宅じゃなかったの?)、」の、が.になっているのがよくわからない。なぜかDeepLに繋がらなくなったのでもう直せない。

4 The difference between Korea and Japan is the "result" and not the "purpose". In South Korea, where the number of infected people had surged in one place, we had to focus on inspections in and around the area. If such a phenomenon (let's call it an overshoot) occurs in Japan, the number of inspections will increase. When the situation is different, arguing only on the basis of the number of tests without observing the situation is like trying to say, "That team made 50 sliding tackles while this team made only one," without watching a football game. In games where you don't have to slide (e.g., when you're in possession the whole time), even 0 times isn't a "mistake," and of course 50 times isn't a mistake.

感想特に言うことはない。便利だなあ。

5 全数把握ができていない疾患など山のようにある。日本ではインフルエンザの「全数」把握はしておらず、定点観測である疫学上、感染対策上、それで十分な情報が得られているからだ。日本で毎年風邪が何例発生しているか、正確に把握したデータはない。レセプトデータを見ればわかるじゃないか、というのも間違いで、なぜなら多くの風邪患者は(ぼくのように)受診せずに自然に治るまで待っている。医療に限らず、経済学でも政治学でもデータサンプリングから母数を推定するのがほとんどで、「全数」は非効率的状態把握法なのだ

There are many diseases for which the total number of patients is not known. In Japan, we do not have a "total" number of influenza cases, but only a fixed-point observation. Because that's enough information, both epidemiologically and in terms of infection control. There is no accurate data on how many cases of the common cold occur each year in Japan. It's also a mistake to say that you can tell by looking at the receipt data, because many cold patients (like me) don't see a doctor and wait until they are cured naturally. Not only in medicine, but also in economics and political science, data are mostly based on sampling to estimate population numbers, and "whole numbers" is an inefficient way of grasping the situation.

感想:ちょこちょこ変えてある。日本語文章が多少おかしくなっているのは勘弁してほしい。接続詞を適切に入れると格段に翻訳が正確になる。

6 We have not seen the devastation in Japan as in Italy, Spain or New York City. There is no medical collapse in a critically ill patient, no use of the operating room as an ICU, no piling up of bodies on a skating rink with no place to put them. Even if the "numbers" are not known, it is a fact that the current situation in Japan (including Tokyo) is much better controlled than in other countries.

感想特に言うことはない。便利だなあ。

7 Even so, you may be interested in "Well, what about the actual situation? There are estimates. For example, Dr. Hiroshi Nishiura and his group estimate that the number of mild illnesses in Japan may be twice the reported number. The catch rate is 0.44, with a 95% confidence interval of 0.37-0.50.

感想特に言うことはない。便利だなあ。

8 Although the study was based on data from China, there is no guarantee that the Chinese COVID-19 demographic is the same as the Japanese one. Also, since the original study did not include asymptomatic patients or those with minor illnesses that did not require hospitalization, the number of infected patients estimated on that basis would inevitably be an underestimate. If you are more paranoid, it's not unreasonable to believe that "the Japanese and Chinese viruses are different because of the mutation" (although I don't think so).

感想特に言うことはない。便利だなあ。

9 This does not diminish the value of the paper itself. The model must always use existing parameters, and it is often impossible to prove the external validity of these parameters. If the underlying parameters are not reasonable, the predictions will not be correct. A model assumes a simplified world insofar as it is a model. A model without simplification, which is an adjectival contradiction.

数理モデルのこうした「前提」にイチャモンを付けるのは、例えばAという疾患を対象ランダム比較試験をしたときに、「Bという疾患については説明できないじゃないか」と文句を言うようなもので、業界仁義に反する意味のない揚げ足取りである

To complain about these "assumptions" of the mathematical model is like complaining, for example, "You can't explain disease B," when a randomized controlled trial is conducted for disease A. This is a meaningless tirade against the honor of the industry.

感想;「分からない」を「説明できない」に変えた。多分これでいいと思う。思いたい。

10 しかし、論文読み手にとっては別である

However, it is different for the reader of the paper.

A mathematical model that assumes a certain hypothesis should have internal academic validity, but it is the responsibility of the reader, as a resident of the real world, to appraise it in the real world.

Aという疾患を対象にしたRCTの知見をBという疾患に使ってはならないように、数理モデル制限理解し、現実世界にアプライするときに十分注意するのは当然だ。

Just as the RCT findings for disease A should not be used for disease B, it is natural to understand the limitations of the mathematical model and to be careful when applying it to the real world. For example, it would be wrong to read the paper and conclude that the total number of infected people in Tokyo is about 500 as of March 26.

感想;「読み手は別である」を「読み手にとっては別である」に変更し、「制限限界」は「limitations and limitations」になったので片方削った。

11 People make mistakes. The models are also wrong. Being wrong is not a big deal. The problem is to notice your mistakes and make corrections. Already, a group at Imperial College London has admitted that its original estimate that the peak of the infection should be moderated was "wrong" and has revised its prediction that the ICU will soon fail if it does not fight the virus fairly aggressively.

感想特に言うことはない。便利だなあ。

https://anond.hatelabo.jp/20200327215116その2

2019-12-17

グレタ関連のデマ

グレタの母親が「娘は二酸化炭素が見える」とオカルトじみたことを言っている

→ただの比喩表現。「裸の王様」を引用して「子供の目が真実を見抜いている」と言っていただけ。

anond:20190926215013

グレタの後ろ盾中国共産党

→グレタを含む十六人の子供たちがユニセフ気候変動サミットに参加したとき、その企画をした法律事務所ひとつが他のところで中国寄りの動きをしていると非難されているだけ。その法律事務所世界的に環境運動支援しており、その一環で気候変動サミットにも関わっただけで、グレタを特別支援しているわけではない。

https://childrenvsclimatecrisis.org/

グレタは中国だけ非難しない

根拠となっているのは上記のChildren vs ClimateCrisisで「ドイツフランスブラジルアルゼンチントルコ非難して排出トップ中国非難しなかった」という話だが、この五カ国は「国連子どもの権利条約」の第三選択議定書権利侵害された子どもたちが国連に救済を求めることができるというもの)を批准しているからそれに則って名指しされているだけで、グレタはTwitterで「もちろん五カ国だけの問題ではない」とし、この第三選択議定書批准していない国として「中国アメリカサウジアラビアロシアなど」を挙げている。またグレタに影響を受けて気候変動問題活動をしている中国人の少女を紹介して応援してもいる。

もう一度; これは5か国(ドイツフランスブラジルアルゼンチントルコ)だけの話ではありません。

彼らは、申し立て根拠となっている国連子どもの権利条約(の第三選択議定書)を批准したなかで最高の排出であるため、名前が挙がりました。

中国アメリカサウジアラビアロシアなどはそうではありません。



グレタは電車ファーストクラスに乗っていたのに床に座ったと嘘をついた

→実際に一部の区間で床に座っていたし、しかも床に座ったことに文句を言っていたわけでもない。もとからグレタは「飛行機ではなく電車を使うべき」というスタンスで、今回の件でも満員電車を「電車需要が高まっている」と賞賛している。

満員電車ドイツを旅しています。やっと家に帰れます

バーゼルから乗るつもりだった列車運行中止だったため、2本の列車を乗り継ぐあい私たちは床に座っていました。ゲッティゲンからは座れました。このことが不満だとはもちろん言っていません。満員電車は(飛行機より)鉄道旅行需要が高いという証拠から

https://www.google.com/maps/search/%E3%83%90%E3%83%BC%E3%82%BC%E3%83%AB+%E3%82%B2%E3%83%83%E3%83%86%E3%82%A3%E3%83%B3%E3%82%B2%E3%83%B3/

ちなみにバーゼル-ゲッティゲン間は約550km、電車で4時間半くらいらしい。

2019-12-13

グレタのTwitterアカウントを「china」で検索

もう一度; これは5か国(ドイツフランスブラジルアルゼンチントルコ)だけの話ではありません。

彼らは、申し立て根拠となっている国連子どもの権利条約(の第三選択議定書)を批准したなかで最高の排出であるため、名前が挙がりました。

中国アメリカサウジアラビアロシアなどは批准していません。

これは「子どもの権利条約の第三選択議定書」というのが「批准した国には子供が直接文句を言える」みたいな制度らしいのでそれに則っているという話だな。

Howey Ouは真のヒーローです。私たちみんながあなた応援しています

このHowey Ouというのは中国でグレタに影響されて気候変動対策活動を始めた少女らしい。

少なくとも「手当り次第にいろんな国を批判してるのに中国だけ無視してる」みたいな感じではなさそうやん。

どっちかというと「話を聞いてくれそうな国を選んで批判してる」って感じでめっちゃ理性的ちゃう

2018-04-29

Sky and cloud. Haven't seen those in a while.

A gentle breeze and soar birds. Haven't felt those in a while.

2018-04-28

anond:20180427204013

I love anal masturbation, intense pleasure and rest

I like anal masturbation, before standing glands reclamation.

I first purchased the prosthetic stimulation device and the milk tweezers electric props.

Gold is still off, I have no head anal masturbation.

Prepare and eat all the wild herbs a few days ago. Ginseng, big root oyster sauce, sirloin boiled. Large amounts of food, lactic acid bacteria captured. The stool is discharged well.

Anorectal beautiful.

The House of Secrets is secretly observing female sexual motion pictures. Instant limitation, I am female.

The female penis is inserted into the scene and my anal imagination is the female device.

Lubricant coated milk and anus.

The breasts caress about the use of electric appliances and anal peristalsis.

Before standing, the glandular stimulator was inserted and I reached the dry ceiling.

Extremely dry, I do not know the end.

Breast milk caressing stimulates the anal sensation of sensation, and the sensitivity of the former gland is upward.

Frontal glands and spermatozoa have the strongest pleasure organs.

I have not been too eager for heart (heart is too no penis to stimulate ejaculation).

I'm worried about the power of space and the stimuli.

I am unfamiliar and practice is necessary.

I am a male enthusiast, that is, anal masturbation enthusiast.

This article penis insertion desire, courage no.

The penis is ideal for all queens.

I haven't even had an anal masturbation, tired limit, and so on.

You are all well-connected!

Thank you.

2018-04-20

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No sé cómo ser como ellos. Me odio. No puedo ser como ellos. There's no haven for me, but either way, I can't leave myself behind. I ran far away and I'm still staying the same. The people who have pointed at me will surely do the same, when they find me hiding in the shadows. Then, after they tear me into pieces, a million pieces of me will be there murmuring one really cheesy line, "Me odio, me odio."

2018-04-04

anond:20180404212029

Read the original comment if you haven’t, otherwise I’d tell you 802.11 bears a lot of weight. Suppose that one at least is in the best language in your world.

You can do a lot in English, from rolling someone in smoke(thatsthejoke.jpg) to making otaku references. Using a language hasn’t have much to do with politeness or respect. 拝承

2018-03-18

You don't understand!

Yes, I do!

No, you don't!

Because you're all best friends, aren't you?

Best Friend?

Aren't you?

We haven't even know each other a month.

We've never even hung out together.

We're just all trying to go to the same place.

For now, at least.

From the line of "Sora yori mo toi basho The place further than the Universe."

2017-09-13

タックスヘイブン

天国のヘブンじゃなかったのかよ!

haven=避難所

あぶねえ死ぬところだった

2016-06-24

haven currency

海外ニュースみると今日の円が買われたのは、haven currencyだからと書いてある。

それならドルを買えばいいと思うのになんで円を買うの?

円はそんなに安定してて信頼性が高いの?

2016-04-14

detox

Toxins are everywhere. Car exhaust, secondhand smoke, flame retardants, plastic packaging, heavy metals, pesticides, BPA-coated receipts… Unless you’re living in virgin forest, you’re going to come into contact with some less-than-optimal chemicals pretty much every day.

That’s definitely no reason to panic. In fact, small doses of toxins may be good for you because of a phenomenon called hormesis – mild stress makes your cells work more efficiently. However, your body can have trouble clearing certain toxins. You eliminate most of the bisphenol-A (BPA) and other plastics you ingest, but a small percentage hides away in your fat cells, messing with your hormones and accumulating over time. It’s the same deal with several mold toxins, heavy metals like lead, nickel, cadmium, mercury, and aluminum, and with certain pharmaceuticals and drugs like THC.

A good detox protocol can help you eliminate these more stubborn toxins. The trouble is that many common detoxes don’t work. Juice and water cleanses, for example, are often actually counterproductive because they deprive your body of essential nutrients it needs to function. That said, there are a few genuine ways to detox.

Because so many toxins stay in your fat cells, one way to detox is through lipolysis – breaking down your fat cells and releasing the hard-to-reach toxins stored within them. Lipolysis is especially effective when you combine it with liver and kidney support or adsorbents that can suck up the released toxins. This article focuses on all of the above. Let’s start with saunas.

1) Sauna sessions

Sweating does more than cool you off. It also helps you get rid of both heavy metals and xenobiotics – foreign compounds like plastics and petrochemicals – in small but significant amounts. A 2012 review of 50 studies found that sweating removes lead, cadmium, arsenic, and mercury, especially in people with high heavy metal toxicity [1]. Another study put participants in both traditional and infrared saunas and found similar results [2]. Sweating also eliminates hormone-disrupting BPA, which accumulates in your fat cells [3].

There’s debate about the best kind of sauna for detoxification. A couple studies have shown that infrared saunas are the most effective for detoxing, but the research was funded by infrared sauna companies, so the results are questionable. Both traditional and infrared saunas are effective for detoxing [2]. That said, I prefer infrared saunas for a few reasons:

They don’t get as hot. Traditional saunas heat the air around you, while infrared light penetrates and heats your tissue directly. You sweat in an infrared sauna at around 130-150 degrees instead of at 180-200 degrees, so you can stay in for longer without feeling like you’re going to pass out. I’ve done 2-hour infrared sauna sessions (drinking salt water the whole time to replenish electrolytes and fluids, of course).

They’re easier on your electric bill. Again, infrared saunas require less energy, especially if you get a sauna that reflects infrared light back on you. This one, for example, costs about 15 cents an hour to run.

Infrared saunas are often cheaper.

I personally use a Sunlighten infrared sauna and love it. If you don’t want to buy an infrared sauna and there isn’t one around you, a standard sauna will work perfectly well [2]. There’s probably one in your local gym.

Keep in mind that sweating pulls electrolytes and trace minerals from your body, so it’s important to drink a lot of fluids and get plenty of salt (preferably Himalayan pink salt or another mineral-rich natural salt) if you’re going to use a sauna to detox [2].

2) Exercise

Exercise is another way to flush toxins from your body, and through more than just making you sweat. Exercise increases lipolysis (the breakdown of fat tissue), releasing toxins stored in your fat tissue. Studies show that people who exercise and lose body fat end up with higher levels of circulating hormone disruptors [4]. Increasing lipolysis through diet does the same thing [5].

Mobilizing toxins isn’t necessarily a good thing, particularly if you’re unequipped to get rid of them. You want to be sure you’re getting rid of toxins, not just moving them to a different part of your body. Working out addresses the issue to a degree: it improves circulation, providing more oxygen to your liver and kidneys so they can better filter out toxins. You can also give your system even more support and pull out bad stuff with the next two detox tools: activated charcoal and glutathione.

3) Activated charcoal

Activated charcoal is a form of carbon that has massive surface area and a strong negative charge. It’s been around for thousands of years and it’s still used in emergency rooms today to treat poisoning.

Charcoal binds to chemicals whose molecules have positive charges, including aflatoxin and other polar mycotoxins [6], BPA [7], and common pesticides [8]. Once the chemicals attach to the charcoal you can pass them normally (i.e. poop them out).

Charcoal can bind to the good stuff, too, so I don’t recommend taking it within an hour of other supplements. Try taking a couple charcoal pills along with exercise or have a sauna session. They should adsorb many of the toxins you release into your gut and GI tract.

4) Glutathione

Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that protects you from heavy metal damage, according to studies in both human and rat cells [9,10,11,12]. Glutathione also supports liver enzymes that break down mold toxins and heavy metals. Your digestion will destroy normal glutathione, so opt for a liposomal glutathione supplement that makes it through your stomach. You can also supplement with N-acetylcysteine and alpha-lipoic acid, which your body can use to build glutathione on its own [13]. If you have severe heavy metal or mycotoxin poisoning, talk to a naturopath or functional medicine doctor about intravenous (IV) glutathione. It’s expensive and less convenient than an oral supplement, but it works very well.

5) Cryolipolysis

We’ve talked about how heat and exercise can increase fat burning to detox your fat cells. It turns out cold can do the same. Cryochambers are gaining popularity with professional athletes and other high performers for their ability to quell inflammation. It turns out they can help you burn fat – and release the toxins stored in itas well.

A cryochamber uses liquid nitrogen to supercool your body, stimulating mitochondrial function and decreasing inflammation. Intense cold also destroys fat cells, which has led to cryolipolysis therapy as a way to slim down [14,15]. You can use it to detox, too.

Can’t get your hands on a cryochamber? Try traditional cold thermogenesis instead.

6) Ketosis

Quick disclaimer: I haven’t found studies specifically looking at ketosis and toxin load, so you may want to take this section with a grain of (Himalayan) salt. That said, ketosis is a very effective way to induce lipolysis, particularly if you’re fasting.

When you’re in ketosis and you haven’t eaten recently, your body breaks down your fat stores into free fatty acids, which it then converts to ketones for fuel. That means that, in theory, you should be able to supercharge your detox (and fat loss) by dropping into nutritional ketosis.

The Bulletproof Diet puts you into mild ketosis, which curbs your hunger and sharpens your brain without forcing you to forego carbs entirely. If you want to try nutritional ketosis for detoxing, youll have to modify the Bulletproof Diet slightly. Skip carb reefed days for a couple weeks and limit carbs to ~30-50 grams per day. You can use keto urine strips or – even better – a blood ketone meter to test and make sure you’re becoming fat-adapted. Once your levels read around 1.5 mg/dL, you’re comfortably in nutritional ketosis. At that point, fasting will attack your fat stores and mobilize toxins, which you can mop up with activated charcoal or sweat out (or both).

7) Chelation therapy for heavy metals

Chelation therapy is the strongest way to detox heavy metals. It can also be dangerous, so many doctors don’t recommend it unless you have moderate to severe heavy metal poisoning. Chelation therapy uses compounds called chelators that form strong bonds with heavy metals, leaving them unable to further poison your body. You can then pass them normally. Chelation therapy is very effective for removing lead, mercury, aluminum, arsenic, iron, and copper.

If you’ve been exposed to a lot of heavy metals, talk to a functional medicine doctor about chelation therapy. You really want to go to a medical professional for this one, because it’s so effective that if your liver and kidneys aren’t able to process the metals (a common problem in people with heavy metal poisoning) you can get seriously ill.

Combining detox methods for maximum effect

Each of these 7 methods works well on its own, and you can stack methods for an even greater effect. Exercise and sauna sessions are a good example. Preliminary evidence suggests that exercising and then hitting the sauna afterward will detoxify you better than either one alone does [16]. With that in mind, here’s a sample detox protocol:

Take 2-3 mL liposomal glutathione and 2-3 g vitamin C an hour before exercising.

Exercise for at least 20-30 minutes (HIIT is a good option).

Take 3-4 activated charcoal pills.

Spend 45-60 minutes in a sauna. Remember to get plenty of water and salt/electrolytes.

If you have a lot of fat and you’re burning it off quickly, you’re probably getting rid of a lot of toxins in one fell swoop, and you may get a headache, digestive problems, brain fog, etc. If that happens try taking more glutathione, vitamin C, and charcoal. Be sure you take charcoal at least an hour away from other supplements, as it binds to vitamin C.

Toxins are a fact of modern life, especially if you live in a city or somewhere with poor air quality, mold, and/or a lot of petrochemical byproducts. These detox methods can give your body a little extra support dealing with pollutants and help you perform your best.

Subscribe below if you want more info about how to upgrade your body and brain. Thanks for reading and have a great week!

2015-12-03

Dear Japan

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You haven't received payment because you haven't shipped the item out. You are to ship the item( Apple iPhone 6S Factory Sealed Unlocked Phone, 64GB (Gold) ) through USPS/post office Express. shipping cost $18 including insurance. The client paid $90 for shipping. The total amount that will be transferred to you after you have shipped and gotten back to us with the shipment reference number is $1200. Kindly ship out today and get back to us with a copy of the custom receipt

This is the shipping address.

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2015-05-11

I'm doing anything to being wise and decent for the people but nobody cares about me. More caress, rude, ignorant guys have cheerful partners but I haven't. I'm decent and I'm alone, now and in the future.

2015-04-17

ちょっとそこの馬鹿一言言ってやり増田

君の理屈が完全であることと、君が正しいことは、同じではない。閉じた円は完全だが、その円が君一人を容れる余裕しかなく、その狭さが君を嘆かせている以上、君は間違っているというのが客観的に見て妥当結論である

馬鹿とは知性の欠如ではない。馬鹿馬鹿なりに完全なのだ。」という、昔の賢い人の言葉があるが、その意味で君は十分に馬鹿である馬鹿になりたいなどと心配する必要は全くなく、馬鹿である自分の小ささをさらけ出して臆面無いあたり、実に救いがたく知能レベルが低い。

人生幸福とは、いかに適切に騙されるか、ということである社会的規範盲目的に信仰しているがゆえに幸福の地平が開かれる。

こういう、小学三年生が三日で思いつくような理屈を、何か一角思想家になったように得意気な顔で書き散らかしているのを俗に黒歴史という。3年たって君が学校卒業する頃、このエントリを読み返したら、君はおそらく蒲団を被って三日間ほど寝込むだろう。寝込まないとしたら、君の馬鹿さ加減はいよいよ病膏肓に入ったのであって、ようするに真に救いがたい阿呆になったということである。大体それで君は喜ばしいのか。

ただ、いくらか救いがあるとすれば、君は君が(どうやら)正しくないということに薄々気づきはじめているのだろう。だからこんなエントリを書くのだ。厨二病がうすら惚けて、ようやく下の毛も生えそろうような年になってきたということなのだから、それは大変喜ばしい。

それなら、君は気づくべきである

君の書いたエントリは、この世の中の矛盾を何一つ解決しない。君の言葉は、今この瞬間、自分の信じるもののために血を流すことを厭わず戦っている人間にとって、蚊ほどの価値もない駄文であり、君の言葉はしじまに消え虚無に還っていくばかりだ。人々は今日明日も血に染め血に染まって死に続けるだろう。君の言葉とは何の縁もなく。

また、君の言葉は、今この瞬間、飢えに飢えてこの世への呪詛の中で死ぬばかりな子どもにとって、あぶくよりもはかなくシラミの糞より価値のない、その存在認識すらされない拒絶の壁の向こうにある。君が何をのたまおうが、彼らの腹はほんのわずかも満たされることなく、彼らがその空腹を万分の一秒すら忘れることなどない。

要するに、君の言葉は、この世の現実の何一つに届かない。

自分をロンパせよ、と、居丈高叫びながら、君はカタツムリの殻のようなちっぽけな円環に閉じこもっているだけだ。世界は君の円環よりずっと広い。誰も君の円環の中でしか通じない理屈になど、何の興味ももっていない。世界自体が、遥かに遠く広く、そして混迷と矛盾に充ちており、多くの人が(君が馬鹿だと蔑む多くの人が!)、恐れながらもそこにむかって足を踏み出そうとして、そして生きている。

いま、カタツムリの殻のような円環の中に閉じこもっている君に言うが、君がいまの自分の在り方に不安を覚えているのなら、君の方にこそ、自分が少なくともカタツムリ以上の何者かであることを、自らの言葉で証してみせる必要があるのではないか? 他人に甘えるのも大概にすべきだ。世界は君のママではないのだから、君の言葉価値があるのか否か、立証する責任世界の方にでなくて君の方にある。

君にまだ、自分ダンゴムシよりも少しはマシな何者かであるという自負があるのなら、石の下でまるまっていることをやめて、這い出せ、太陽の下にでよ、そして歌え。喉笛が裂け倒れるまで。そうしてら、初めて君の言葉世界に届くのかもしれない。まだまだだ、君は。You just haven't earned it yet, baby. まだまだだ。君は、まだまだ全然だ。本当に君が苦しむのは、これからだ。

http://anond.hatelabo.jp/20150416201757

2014-12-18

2014年のマイベスト動画

Koharu Sugawara - Rather Be by Clean Bandits #Lumiamusic

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwV1l_3sM6w

この動画ヤバい。何度見ても楽しめるし、新しい発見があるし、顔が自然笑顔になるし、とにかくヤバい

ダンスヤバいカメラワークヤバいだんだん人が増えていく構成ヤバい

いろんな年齢の人がいろんなかっこしてるのがヤバい。みんな楽しそうなのがヤバい

これほど素晴らしい動画にもかかわらず再生数が20万程度なのはどう考えても不適当だ。

日本Blogなどでもほぼ取り上げられていない。ぜひ、ぜひ見てほしい。


*ちなみに中心人物であるKaworu SugiwaraのダンスYoutubeに幾つも上がっているが、

ダンス動画積極的に見るわけではない自分ですらひたすら見続けてしまうほどには圧倒的だ。

三浦大知ダンスが一時期話題になったが(あれも素晴らしい)、個人的にはあれよりも更に更に素晴らしいと思う。

このあたりに関しては、上記動画で高評価されているコメントがあるある過ぎるので引用しておく

"Shit Koharu Sugawara has ruined my day. I haven't achieved anything today. My life is ruined. All I've done today is google Koharu Sugawara and follow her twitter,

instagram and subscribe to her youtube account. And also feebly attempt to try out her choreography and fail miserably"

訳:「この人の動画漁ってたら一日何もできなかったよクソ」

2012-06-23

You should touch the world

Hi. I am the author of "Interviewed 20 Greeks". There are lots views about Greeks on the Japanese web, but most Japanese people haven't had a discussion with Greeks on the recent crisis. We have to imagine other's emotions in order to understand them correctly. When we discuss the world, we have to be actors or novelists. Of course, it is not always true that understanding is accepting. Even if we don't feel sympathy for somebody, we need to correctly know his emotion in order to know his view or logic.

As you can see, it is difficult to say that my English is sophisticated. However, I can communicate with non-Japanese speakers by this. I can do. Of course, you must be able to do. Why don't you have any attempt to communicate with foreign people? Although you have ways to listen to, why do you ignore players' voices? Tell me the reason why you think that you can say something about Greece without talking with Greeks.

Honestly speaking, I don't want to show you my English skill, because Japanese people often criticize other Japanese people's linguistic skills. The reason why I did that is because I want you to know that it is possible to know the world more deeply by your English. Unfortunately, many Japanese people are virtually blind on the world. Our views are often "galapagostic".

2011-10-14

http://anond.hatelabo.jp/20111014151817

から、まともかまともじゃないか、なんて話はしてないって言ってるだろ。

大丈夫か?日本語読める?

I haven't been saying about ethical or moral legitimateness. Right?

2010-08-01

BBCの「強盗をキリストで撃退した店員さん」でヒアリング練習

http://twitter.com/nofrills/status/19987860905

完全に人生相談してますw 店員さんの声は確かに癒し系

RT @when_we_cry: ヒアリングできないのに癒されてしまいますた

QT @nofrills: 男は…何故クリスチャンショップに強盗に入ろうと / BBChttp://htn.to/psJAkf

すげー聞き取りにくいのでヒアリングの練習してみたw

  === 向こうのカウンターで強盗開始 ===
  M: OK. Scared?
  F: No-no?
  M: OK
  M: (何か指示したっぽい?ここは正直さっぱり判らなかった)

  === 神の名の下に反撃開始 ===
  F: You know what? <- 意を決して説得開始(以後の頻度から口癖かね)
  F: I know you can do whatever you want with me.
  F: But we can talk with yourabout the Jesus like I.
     あなたの状況について神を前に話しませんか # Jesus and I でいいのか?
  M: A what?
     えっ #他にどう訳せというのか・・・
  F: The Jesus like I. Before you leave.
  M: ...God bless you for that.
     ・・・あなたは良い人だ #「えっえっー」と訳したい気持ちで一杯です


  === 男、言い訳モード突入 ===
  F: I'm Christan and...
  M: So am I and I have to say I hate doing this.
  F: I know.
  M: I do. I-I, OK, I'm embarassed for doing this. But I have no choice.
     俺だってキリスト教徒・・・だけどどうにもならないんだ(涙
     #つかどんだけアメリカでは宗教は重たいんですか

  === 女、主導権を握る。この時点でもう男は撃てない ===
  F: Ah...I'm the one charge. ...and...never havn't haven't looking before.
     #「ここは私が責任者(なので話ができるし)、別の方法を
     #  一緒に考えない?」と提案始めたが割り込みもあり尻切れトンボに
  F: You know what? You wonk(?)? #これわからん
  F: You have beatiful life(?). You don't need to...
     他にも道はあるわ!人生を大切にして!
     #と訳しては見たものの、聞き取れる言葉からだと意味が出せない

  M: How about making a quarter.
     頼むよ # 「慈悲のカケラもない==no quarter」の応用と思われる

  === そして説得の王道へ ===
  F: You know, you don't need to get difficulty(?)...find a way
     better for you ...for everyone out there.

     あなたがこんなに苦しむ必要ないはずよ!もっと良い方法を
     見つけましょう・・・ね?

  F: I'm not blaming you or not judging you...don't know what you're
     going through, but all of us are going through a hard time right now...
     ...very hard time right now.
     あなたのせいとかそういうんじゃないの。
     何があったのかは判らないけど、大変な時期なのよ。みんな本当に苦しいの。

  M: XXXXX police(?) are pleased to do anything to anybody up in the street.
     Never had time like this before.
     あいつら何でもやっていいと思ってるんだ・・・こんなのは始めてだよ・・・
     #ついに心を許し愚痴る男。しかし事情不明なのでなんのことかわからない

  === 驚愕の事実発覚と怒涛の進行 ===
  F: You know what. I can try to help you.
     Try to find a job. I have lot of friend in charge.
     仕事とか、見つけられると思うの。たくさん知り合いがいるの。
  M: I have a job.
     いや仕事はあるんだ
  F: You do? Then why you're doing this?
     #「な、なんだってー」と翻訳したい気持ちで(ry
  M: Because I might be depicted if I don't come up with $300.
     #んーとわからん明日までに$300ないと裁判沙汰とか収監されるとかかなー?

  === リア充の口撃がぐさぐさ ===
  F: You mean you don't have any friend that could borrow you?
  M: I'm sorry for doing this to you.
  F: You don't have any friend that could borrow you the money?
     えー、金を借りれる友人がいないのは小学生までだよねーキャハハー
     #・・・なんて酷いことは言ってません。言ってませんが、
     #この時点で発砲する奴はいるはず

  === しかし切羽詰った男も最後の説得を試みる ===
  M: I spent last 3 days trying to do that.
  M: Look, I know that you have to call the police.
     I know that you have to do what you have to do.
  M: I'm not really good at these stuff....
  M: There's no money in the store?... Can you show me...
     わかってる、わかってるんだ・・・もう3日も走り回ったんだ・・・
     でもお願いだから!

  === 新たな驚愕。そして男の後悔 ===
  F: That all we have. We only keep these for change.
     ごめんなさい・・・おつり分しかないの・・・
  M: You own the store?
     ここ、あなたのお店?
  F: No.
  M: You don't own the store.
     あなたの店じゃないんだね(ほっ)#(じゃあお金だけは・・・)
  F: I'm the manager. I'm, the one who take care of anything.
     Anything that happens.
     店長なの。店のことは全て私が  #「全て」が伏線だとは男は予想だにせず
  M: Then it wouldn't be hurting you. I'm sorry. I have to take it
     with that. I'm sorry.
     会社の金なのなら・・・すまない、貰っていくよ・・・

  F: They will ...charge me for it.
     でも私が・・・払うの・・・
  M: They will charge you for it...!?
     *驚愕* あなたが・・・!?
     #「な、なんだってー 」。男、迷惑をかけた反省の念で心が一杯に
     # つか雇われ店長にこれは酷くないか。They vs Us で男女一体となった瞬間

  F: I'm the one responsible.
     Nobody comes here. I'm the one to deposit the money. I'm the one to order.
     #先の「全て」の伏線がここで回収完了。無限責任社員・・・

  === 反省、そして撤退 ===
  M: I don't...I didn't mean to do that to you. I'm sorry.
     そ、そんなつもりじゃなかった。すまない。申し訳ない・・・。

  M: I understand you still have to call the police.
     け、警察呼ばなきゃいけないのも判ってるから。
     #相手が優しすぎて通報しなかったらまずい立場になることを
     #考えて、気を遣ってわざわざフォロー。これはなかなかできない。

  F: You know... you don't need to do that.
  M: I'm sorry, I'm sorry. God bless you.
  F: You know Jesus! He can help you! He can change your life!
  M: God bless you.
  F: Jesus helps you! He can change your life!
    「こんな・・・こんなことしなくてもよかったのに!」
    「すまない。本当にすまない」
    「キリストに縋りなさい!助けてくれるから!変えてくれるから!」
    「ありがとうありがとう」
    「助けてくれるから!変えてくれるから!」

  F: Go back to church!
  F: Find a job! Get real friend from church!
  F: Talk to a path(?) that can pray for you!
     #だめだ・・・日本語にすると現実感のない話になって訳せない

2009-08-07

思考の自由度チェック

心に自由を与える50の質問 - Free Your Mind! | 口コミ発信!モノ人

http://monojin.com/50-questions-that-will-free-your-mind/

思考の束縛を解く50の質問 - finalvent日記

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/finalvent/20090806/1249525203

考え方って、案外、型にはまってしまいがちなんだよね。だから、あなたはきっとこんな風に答えるだろうなって、何となく想像できる気がした。それに対して、僕はこんな風に反応するよ。でもまずは、下の質問を読んで答えてみてね。ここはまるまるhttp://monojin.com/50-questions-that-will-free-your-mind/からのコピペだよ。

  1. How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?
    • 自分の年齢を知らないとしたら、何歳でいたい?)
  2. Which is worse, failing or never trying?
    • (失敗するのと、やらないの。ダメなのはどっち?)
  3. If life is so short, why do we do so many things we don’t like and like so many things we don’t do?
    • 人生がそんなに短いんだとしたら、やりたくないことばかりして、やりたいのにやらないことがこんなに多い必要ってあると思う?)
  4. When it’s all said and done, will you have said more than you’ve done?
    • (すべて終えて振り返ったときに、やったことよりも、言ったことのほうが多くなってるって思う?)
  5. What is the one thing you’d most like to change about the world?
    • (世の中でたった一つだけ変えられるとしたら、何を変えたい?)
  6. If happiness was the national currency, what kind of work would make you rich?
  7. Are you doing what you believe in, or are you settling for what you are doing?
    • (あなたは今本当にやりたいことをしてる?それとも、今やっていることに落ち着いてるだけ?)
  8. If the average human life span was 40 years, how would you live your life differently?
    • (もしも、人間寿命が40年だとしたら、どんな人生を生きたい?)
  9. To what degree have you actually controlled the course your life has taken?
  10. Are you more worried about doing things right, or doing the right things?
    • (物事をちゃんとやるのと、正しいことをするのと、あなたにとってどっちがより大切?)
  11. You’re having lunch with three people you respect and admire. They all start criticizing a close friend of yours, not knowing she is your friend. The criticism is distasteful and unjustified. What do you do?
    • (あなたは尊敬する3人のひとたちとランチを食べている。その3人が一斉にあなたのとても身近な友人を批判し始めた。その3人はあなたとその人が友人であることを知らない。批判は品がなく、不当なもの。どう反応する?)
  12. If you could offer a newborn child only one piece of advice, what would it be?
    • (新たに生まれてくる子供にひとつだけアドバイスを上げられるとしたら、何て言ってあげたい?)
  13. Would you break the law to save a loved one?
    • (あなたは愛する人を救うために法律を犯すと思う?)
  14. Have you ever seen insanity where you later saw creativity?
  15. What’s something you know you do differently than most people?
    • (他の多くの人とくらべてみて、自分なら違うふうにやれると思うものって何?)
  16. How come the things that make you happy don’t make everyone happy?
    • (なんであなたが幸せだと思うことを、みんな幸せだと思わないんだろう?)
  17. What one thing have you not done that you really want to do? What’s holding you back?
    • (本当はやりたいけどまだやってないことってある?それをやってない理由は?)
  18. Are you holding onto something you need to let go of?
    • (忘れないといけないもの、手放さないといけないものなのに、いつまでも持ってるものってない?)
  19. If you had to move to a state or country besides the one you currently live in, where would you move and why?
    • (もしどこにでも引っ越せるとしたら、どこに行きたい?それはなぜ?)
  20. Do you push the elevator button more than once? Do you really believe it makes the elevator faster?
  21. Would you rather be a worried genius or a joyful simpleton?
  22. Why are you, you?
    • (なんで、あなたはあなたなの?)
  23. Have you been the kind of friend you want as a friend?
    • (あなたが友達になりたいような友達に、あなた自身がなったことある?)
  24. Which is worse, when a good friend moves away, or losing touch with a good friend who lives right near you?
    • (仲の良い友人が遠くへ行ってしまうのと、仲の良い友人が近くにいるのに疎遠になるのと、どっちが悲しい?)
  25. What are you most grateful for?
    • (あなたが最も感謝するものって何?)
  26. Would you rather lose all of your old memories, or never be able to make new ones?
    • (昔の記憶の全部が無くなってしまうのと、新しい思い出が作れないのと、どっちを選ぶ?)
  27. Is it possible to know the truth without challenging it first?
    • (やってみもしないで、ホントはどうかなんて、わからなくない?)
  28. Has your greatest fear ever come true?
    • (最も恐れていることが、ほんとに起こってしまったことってある?)
  29. Do you remember that time 5 years ago when you were extremely upset? Does it really matter now?
    • (5年前とかに、ものすごく腹が立ったことって何か覚えてる?それって、今も大切なこと?)
  30. What is your happiest childhood memory? What makes it so special?
    • 子供の頃の思い出で一番幸せだったのは?その思い出が特別なのはなんで?)
  31. At what time in your recent past have you felt most passionate and alive?
    • 最近、一番やる気が湧いてきて、やるぞっ!って感じたことはなに?)
  32. If not now, then when?
    • (今じゃないとしたら、いつ?)
  33. If you haven’t achieved it yet, what do you have to lose?
    • (まだ手に入れてないんだとしたら、失うものってないんじゃない?)
  34. Have you ever been with someone, said nothing, and walked away feeling like you just had the best conversation ever?
    • (かつて出会った人で、言葉を交わす機会はなかったけど、最高の会話をしたみたいに感じた人っていなかった?)
  35. Why do religions that support love cause so many wars?
    • (愛を訴えているはずの宗教が、いつも戦争の原因になるのはなんでだと思う?)
  36. Is it possible to know, without a doubt, what is good and what is evil?
    • (一片の迷いもなく、善悪を判断することってできる?)
  37. If you just won a million dollars, would you quit your job?
    • (一億円の宝くじが当たったら、仕事をやめたいと思う?)
  38. Would you rather have less work to do, or more work you actually enjoy doing?
  39. Do you feel like you’ve lived this day a hundred times before?
    • 今日という日を、もう何回も繰り返してるみたく感じたことってない?)
  40. When was the last time you marched into the dark with only the soft glow of an idea you strongly believed in?
    • (強く信じるかすかな明かりだけを頼りに、暗闇に踏み込んでいくようなことを最後にしたのはいつ?)
  41. If you knew that everyone you know was going to die tomorrow, who would you visit today?
    • (もし、あなたの知ってる人全員が明日死んでしまうとしたら、今日あなたは誰に会いに行く?)
  42. Would you be willing to reduce your life expectancy by 10 years to become extremely attractive or famous?
    • (ものすごく有名か、ものすごく魅力的な人になれるとしたら、寿命を10年縮めてでもなりたいと思う?)
  43. What is the difference between being alive and truly living?
    • (命があるだけなのと、本当に生きているのの違いって何?)
  44. When is it time to stop calculating risk and rewards, and just go ahead and do what you know is right?
    • リスクと見返りを天秤にかけるのをやめて、自分が正しいと思うことをとにかくやってみる、っていうような時はいつ来るの?)
  45. If we learn from our mistakes, why are we always so afraid to make a mistake?
    • (失敗から学ぶことができるんだとしたら、なんでいつもそんなに失敗することを怖がるの?)
  46. What would you do differently if you knew nobody would judge you?
    • (だれにも批評されないって知ってたらもっと違うやり方したのに、っていうことある?)
  47. When was the last time you noticed the sound of your own breathing?
    • (一番最近自分の吐息を聞いたのを覚えてるのっていつ?)
  48. What do you love? Have any of your recent actions openly expressed this love?
    • (あなたが大好きなことって何?最近あなたがとった行動であなたがそれを大好きだって、誰の目から見てもわかるようなことってあった?)
  49. In 5 years from now, will you remember what you did yesterday? What about the day before that? Or the day before that?
    • (今から5年後、あなたは昨日したことを覚えていると思う?一昨日のことは?その前の日は?)
  50. Decisions are being made right now. The question is: Are you making them for yourself, or are you letting others make them for you?
    • 決断はたった今下された。問題は、その決断をあなたが自分で下したのか、誰か他の人が下したのかってこと。)
  1. 「○○歳」と答えてたら、思考がかなり固定化されているかも。年齢なんて便宜的なもの。体力なのか、精神面なのか、はたま社会的な立場だとか、何とリンクさせて考えるのかも自由だからね。
  2. 「どっち?」って問いに、提示された選択肢の中からしか選べなかったなら、かなり頭が固くなっている可能性があるよ。ついでに言うと、本当にダメなのかどうかも疑ってみてね。
  3. 主客転倒というか、やりたくないことばかりして、やりたいのにやらないことが多いから、人生が短く感じられれるのかもしれないね。ところで、あなたのやりたいこととやりたくないことってそんなにはっきりわけられるもの?やりたいことの中にやりたくないことが混じっていたり、やりたくないことだって、実はほんの一部が面倒なだけだったりしない?
  4. やろうと思ったことを一つ残さず叶えている人なんているのかな。それって自然なことかな。確実にできることしか発言しなくていいのかな。誰かの力を借りる必要があるときってどんなときだろうね。
  5. 提示された条件の中でしか……(以下略)。変えたいという願望、本当はとっくに変える力を持っていたりするんじゃない?
  6. 名前のついた職業ばかりが「仕事」じゃないからね。そして、どんな通貨であれ、誰かのところに沢山集まってくることが理想的な状態かどうかってことも考えておきたいよね。
  7. 立ち止まって見えるか、前に進んで見えるのか、捉え方次第だよね。いろんなスパン自分の変化を見てみると面白いよね。
  8. 提示された条件の……(以下略)。残りが後これくらいしかなかったら、っていうことだけじゃないよ。自分に使える時間が分かっている場合と分からない場合で行動が変わるの?という問いかけだよ。
  9. 思った通りになることが唯一の正解だと考える性格だから、かなり低い値をだしてるでしょ。結果をきちんと受け止めてみると、自分コントロールしてきた割合って多分もっと大きくなるはずだよ。 自分人生の判断は自分で下すという覚悟の度合いでもあるよね。謙虚になりすぎるのも、結果から目を反らしている気持ちの現れかもしれないよ。
  10. 提示された……(以下略)。物事をちゃんとやるのと、正しいことをするのと、そこに違いがある世の中って不条理だよね。どちらを優先するかが大事なんじゃなくて、そう考える理由があなたの世の中の捉え方を反映しているかもねっていう話ね。
  11. 品がなくて不当な批判(誹謗中傷ってことだよね)をするような「尊敬できる」人を想像できたなら、あなたにとって「尊敬」という言葉定義を再確認してみる必要がありそう。逆に、想像できなかったなら、身近な人と意見が食い違ったときにどう振る舞う?って考えてみるとどうだろう。いろんなケースを想定して、自分の心に負担にならない考え方を見つけておくと、実際の場面で楽になるよ。
  12. たった一つだけ(しかできないの)?」と思うのも、「たった一つだけ(で全てを伝えたい)!」と考えるのも自由だよね。
  13. 法律ではなく、法、あるいは真理であったらどう?正しいと信じてきたものと戦ってみる覚悟はある?ねじ曲げてやる度胸はある?
  14. 「ある」からといって、おかしいと感じる直感を鈍らせてはいない?批判は否定じゃないので、遠慮しないでどんどん伝えて良いと思うよ。
  15. 自分が他人と違うと気付くっていう話じゃないよ。ただやり方が異なっているという事実と、それに伴う変化を見比べてみようね、というだけの話。自分の行動に理屈が伴っているかどうかの確認作業だね。
  16. 昔のあなたはそれを不満に感じていたよね。今のあなたは、もっと純粋な興味で見ているような気がするよ。どうしてそれを疑問に感じたんだろうね、どうしてそれを考えるんだろうね。
  17. 理由なんて本当にあったのかな。むりやり理由をつけてない?なりたい自分がたくさんあって、手が回らないってだけでもいいんだよ。
  18. 気付いているのなら、じきに卒業する時が来るよ。でもきっとまだ気付いていないだろうね。離れられたときに、しがみついたままでは見えなかったいろんな姿が見えてくるものだよ。
  19. 特定の地名じゃなくて、気候や近所の雰囲気や便利さや快適さで答えても良いんだよ。どうしても引っ越さなきゃいけない場面、必要は無いけど引っ越したくなる場面、思い描く行き先は同じかな。
  20. あなたは押さない人でしょ。なんでも無理に教訓を得なくてもいいんだよ。
  21. どっちかに偏らなきゃだめかな。あなたなら、どれくらいの割合で混ぜ合わせてみたい?
  22. 「なぜ?」って聞かれると、動揺しちゃうのはなぜなんだろうね。Whyって何?areってどういうこと?youって誰?わからないことは逆に聞き返してみるのもありだよ。
  23. その友達と同じような自分がいたとして、その自分とあなたは友達になりたいと思う?
  24. 悲しくなる気持ちはあなたの優しさの現れだと思うよ。でも友人はあなただけのものじゃないよね。変わっていくことは悲しいこと?そうなるべくしてそうなった人たちの門出をこれからもまた笑顔で見送ってあげようね。
  25. 誰に感謝するのかではなくて、どういう状況に対して感謝するのか、だよ。本当に尊敬に値する相手は、感謝の表し方や対象にはこだわらないものだと思うよ。
  26. そうなった時にどう振る舞うかを決めてしまえば、どっちでも価値のあるものにしてしまえるよね。
  27. 誰もがやらなかったことにも理由はあると思うんだ。やってみもしないのにわかっちゃうっていう体験もあるでしょ?そうなるように考えるトレーニングも大切だと思うんだ。
  28. 人一倍怖がりのあなたには、逆に、恐れていたけれど起こらなかったことが、世の中にどれほどたくさんあるのかも、数えてみて欲しいと思う。
  29. 多分それは腹が立ったことじゃなくて、自分の中で消化できなかった出来事だよね。時間をかけて結論を出していくこともあれば、あるときふいにすっきりすることもあるんじゃないかな。あなたは忘れたと言ってたけれど、僕は5年前にあなたを怒らせてしまったこと、いまでも覚えているし、あなたを理解する上で、それは大切なことだと感じてる。
  30. 幸せで特別な思い出、その出来事と理由が、もしいつまでも変わらずにあるとしたら、僕らは本当に成長しているのかなあ。
  31. やる気の形は一種類じゃないよね。どんな種類のやる気を持ってる?どんなふうに使い分けてる?周りの人をちゃんと利用してる?
  32. 焦らなくていいよ。そのときが来たら、あなたは考える前にもう始めているよ。大丈夫
  33. 「減るもんじゃないんだから、見せてよ」っていうのと同じでさ、失うものを怖れているなら、何か大事なものを既に手に入れているってことかもしれないね。それを手放してでも手に入れたいものは何?って考えるべきかもね。
  34. 願わくば、それが自分であって欲しいな、なんて。といいつつ、自分だって、すごくたくさんのそういった人たちがいるからなあ。
  35. 自分達だけは違うって、きっと誰もがそう主張していると思うよ。確かにみんなそれぞれ違っているんだろうね。でも、もしそうならさ、尊敬する対象完璧でなくちゃいけないかな。一人一人が完成された世界を目指す必要はあるのかな。みんなで力を合わせて、老若男女、入れ替わり立ち替わり補い合うのでは幸せにはできないかな。思った通りにならない状況は、そんなに受け入れがたいことかな。
  36. 「できない。けどやってしまう」って言わされちゃうよね。でも、できないからやらなくていいのかな。多分、そうではないと思うんだよね。結果を受け入れる覚悟のありかたじゃないかな、やっぱり。
  37. 一億円の価値をどんなふうにみたのかな。自分が生活するお金として見たのかな、それとも何かに使うお金として見たのかな。あなたのことだから、きっと自分のものにはしないだろうね。でも、自分の判断で最大限に有効に運用してやろうという考え方からも逃げていたりはしないかな。
  38. 選択肢を提示されたら……(以下略)。自分に見合った配分を知りたいよね。
  39. 感じるかどうかを問うているだけですよ。それが正しいとか正しくないとか考えてなかった?あなたのそのジャッジは必要だったかな?
  40. 世の中、タイミングでことが運ぶってこと、よくあるよね。自分の意志だけでそれができていたのかどうか、うまいこと誰かに背中を押されたのかもしれないし、違ったタイミングで振り返ると、また違ったものが見えてくるかもしれないね。
  41. 誰かに会いにいく以外のアクションも可能ですよ。今日と明日の区切りなんて便宜的なものですよ。
  42. 有名、魅力的、寿命。これらの言葉を、どんなふうにイメージ定義)した?言葉ってとってもカラフルだよ。一つの言葉にいろんなイメージを添えてみたいものだよね。
  43. この質問にみじんも疑問を抱かなかったなら、「〜の違いは何?」と尋ねられることで、違っていることを前提として刷り込まれているかもしれないね。
  44. これもまた「いつやるの?」と問うことでやることを前提に考えさせるトリックだよね。
  45. これも同様に。この手の質問を重ねることで、無意識のうちに、まるで自分が、どんな失敗をも怖がっているものと思い込まれされていたりしない?平気な顔で失敗していること、身近に意外とあるのでは?
  46. 「ある」と答えることに躊躇いを覚えたのは、自分の意志がない人だって指摘されたと脅えているからじゃない?誰にだって重みの違う用件があるものだから、ルーズ決断っていうものもあってもいいと思うんです。じゃないとくつろげないよね。逆にまるっきり「ない」のであれば、ひとりよがりすぎるかも。第三者視点を活用するということを意識してみようか。
  47. 尋ねられた瞬間に、反射的に意識してしまうよね、こういうことって。尋ねることで無意識顕在化させるのは相手をコントロールする手段としてはポピュラーなんですよ。とはいえ、我に返る方法を各々が独自に見つけ出すと役立つから、自分なりに探してみると良いかも。
  48. 四六時中、大好きなことを持っていなくちゃ充実していないとか、気持ちを素直に表現しなくちゃいけないだとか、そういったきまりはないと思うな、ねんのため。なかったなら「ない」でいいんだよ。とはいえ、大好きとかloveってどういうことなのかを考えるのもまた楽しいよね。
  49. Can you?じゃなくてwill you?と尋ねているということは、「覚えていられる?」ではなくて「覚えていようと思う?」という意志の問いかけなんだろうね、多分。ひょっと「覚えていられる?」と問われていたとしても、「覚えていたいと思う」ではなくて、「覚えていられる」と答えたのであれば、質問に対して受け身になり過ぎているかもしれないね。
  50. 決断の最終段階でそれを問うようなら、その決断自分で下したものではなくなるのでしょうね。で、それがどれほど大事なの?とさらに問うてみましょうか。結果よりもプロセスを重視する思考の偏りがみつかるかもしれないよ。頑張ったら必ず報われるのは公平なのかなとか、努力の方向はそれでいいのかなっていうことは、折に触れて考えていきたいね。

そもそも、この質問の一つ一つに律儀に反応している時間が勿体ないと思えるくらい、目の前にやりたいことが待ち構えているようになるのが理想なんだろうけど。そういう意味では、あなたのように、途中で飽きてここまで読み飛ばしてくるようなずぼらさも、自由な思考の一つの形なのかもね。

2009-07-05

YOU haven't made any progress.

http://anond.hatelabo.jp/20090705131935

I have no idea about what you are talking about, but the sentence you put there did not make any sense to me. So please bear with me but read on.

As opposed to 'cannot advance' (it makes no sense.) use 'to make any progress.' Or you might have wanted to say,

Why don't you grow up?

Can't you change?

Get real.

etc. might sound more appropriate in the context that is to urge the arrested development cases to grow up and to cast their eyes on something more practical and realistic than the imaginary world as the excitment in TV animation.

2009-06-20

梅田望夫 が夢見た世界

Linked In "Digital Marketing"グループでのある会話。

Share knowledge and receive knowledge...

I'm experimenting with Huddle workspaces in my Linkedin profile.

I'm starting to list all the free, or low fee, marketing tools worth looking at...

I'm using an excel sheet in Huddle as a starter.

Drop me an email and i'll grant you access to it, all i ask in return is that you contribute to the list to make it more comprehensive.

“There is no delight in owning anything unshared.”

(Roman philosopher, mid-1st century AD)

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Hi Peter,

Great idea and I love your quote about sharing.

Funnily enough I have been searching free tools today and here are a few goodies I am happy to share with you and the group.

1. http://www.keotag.com/ - searches tags on blogs and social bookmarking sites. (been having plenty of fun with this one and it's seems v. useful).

2. http://boardtracker.com/ - Searches posts on bullitin boards / forums for mentions of keywords / brand terms.

3. http://www.trendrr.com/ - enables you to track trends and provides some very valuable competitive analysis functionality.

4. http://usernamecheck.com/ This tool is essential for brand name protection. It lets you search a wide range of social sites to see if anyone is using your brand term / name as their profile ID. If they are not then I would suggest you register your brand / business name even if you do not plan to use the site to protect your business from damage. If your name is taken and not being used the chances are it is being squatted by a chancer. I had this issue on twitter with my social site for business people marzar.com but the nice folks at twitter reverted the name to me as the trade mark owner as soon as I contacted them in regards to the issue.

5. http://hellotxt.com update your status from one place across multiple social sites.

6. http://www.twilert.com/ Seems to be a number of tools to monitor twitter but this one seems to be pretty useful. Twilert is a Twitter application that lets you receive regular email updates of tweets containing your brand, product, service, well any keyword you like really.

7. http://www.backtype.com/ Monitors comments left on blog posts monitoring posts for sentiment may not be enough and issues and or insights often come from the comments posted by readers.

8. http://socialmention.com/ Again allows you to search blog posts, comments, news, events, images, bookmarks, microblogs and video all at once or on their own. This is a very useful tool and when I searched on my brand terms it came back with results that the other tools did not pick up on. In particular I found the bookmark search to be of value.

9. http://www.samepoint.com conversation search engine again came back with differing results to the other tools listed above.

10. http://www.marzar.com free to use business networing platform. Many members are involved with online marketing and or are senior business people. The audience is similar to Linkedin but the functionality differs. I built this site and I am working hard towards the next release of our platform now that we are funded.

Hope that this list posted publicly to the group helps others :)

Regards,

John

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Wow John you rock I haven't heard of any of these!

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Darren,

Thanks :) you are welcome I only added 10 but I could have listed at least 50 if I had the time. I hope you find this list of use.

John

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梅田望夫 が夢見た世界

~~Share knowledge and receive knowledge...

I'm experimenting with Huddle workspaces in my Linkedin profile.

I'm starting to list all the free, or low fee, marketing tools worth looking at...

I'm using an excel sheet in Huddle as a starter.

Drop me an email and i'll grant you access to it, all i ask in return is that you contribute to the list to make it more comprehensive.

“There is no delight in owning anything unshared.”

(Roman philosopher, mid-1st century AD)

Posted 6 months ago | Reply Privately

Peter Abraham

Digital Marketing & E-commerce Professional, Director Econsultancy.com (80,000 professionals) Twitter:peterjabraham

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Comments (32)

John Horsley

Internet Evangelist email john@marzar.com 9000+

Hi Peter,

Great idea and I love your quote about sharing.

Funnily enough I have been searching free tools today and here are a few goodies I am happy to share with you and the group.

1. http://www.keotag.com/ - searches tags on blogs and social bookmarking sites. (been having plenty of fun with this one and it's seems v. useful).

2. http://boardtracker.com/ - Searches posts on bullitin boards / forums for mentions of keywords / brand terms.

3. http://www.trendrr.com/ - enables you to track trends and provides some very valuable competitive analysis functionality.

4. http://usernamecheck.com/ This tool is essential for brand name protection. It lets you search a wide range of social sites to see if anyone is using your brand term / name as their profile ID. If they are not then I would suggest you register your brand / business name even if you do not plan to use the site to protect your business from damage. If your name is taken and not being used the chances are it is being squatted by a chancer. I had this issue on twitter with my social site for business people marzar.com but the nice folks at twitter reverted the name to me as the trade mark owner as soon as I contacted them in regards to the issue.

5. http://hellotxt.com update your status from one place across multiple social sites.

6. http://www.twilert.com/ Seems to be a number of tools to monitor twitter but this one seems to be pretty useful. Twilert is a Twitter application that lets you receive regular email updates of tweets containing your brand, product, service, well any keyword you like really.

7. http://www.backtype.com/ Monitors comments left on blog posts monitoring posts for sentiment may not be enough and issues and or insights often come from the comments posted by readers.

8. http://socialmention.com/ Again allows you to search blog posts, comments, news, events, images, bookmarks, microblogs and video all at once or on their own. This is a very useful tool and when I searched on my brand terms it came back with results that the other tools did not pick up on. In particular I found the bookmark search to be of value.

9. http://www.samepoint.com conversation search engine again came back with differing results to the other tools listed above.

10. http://www.marzar.com free to use business networing platform. Many members are involved with online marketing and or are senior business people. The audience is similar to Linkedin but the functionality differs. I built this site and I am working hard towards the next release of our platform now that we are funded.

Hope that this list posted publicly to the group helps others :)

Regards,

John

Posted 6 months ago | Reply Privately

Darren Monroe

Chief Operating Officer/ President

Wow John you rock I haven't heard of any of these!

Posted 6 months ago | Reply Privately

John Horsley

Internet Evangelist email john@marzar.com 9000+

Darren,

Thanks :) you are welcome I only added 10 but I could have listed at least 50 if I had the time. I hope you find this list of use.

John

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Steve Momorella

Owner, TEKgroup

Great list! Wow, I'd certainly be interested in seeing more if you have them posted somewhere. Thanks for sharing.

Posted 6 months ago | Reply Privately

Karla Ferrer

Brand Specialist at IBM

Bravo for this sharing! thanks a lot.. I will take a look

Posted 5 months ago | Reply Privately

Carrie Orfield Oman

Residential Sales Specialist at ADT Security Services

Thanks. I haven't heard of any of these, either.

Posted 5 months ago | Reply Privately

Caroline Bogart

Owner, Bogart Computing, LLC and Computer Software Consultant

Fantastic list. Thank you.

Posted 5 months ago | Reply Privately

Judy Hoffman

Marketing and PR Consultant

Here is my email: judy@ judymae.com

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Lisa Russell

Independent Interactive Marketing Professional

Thanks for sharing!

Posted 5 months ago | Reply Privately

Darren Monroe

Chief Operating Officer/ President

OK been a month but all of our posts (me included) and no one has shared more resources so here goes

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