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2019年06月16日 07:19:47 | 作者:安中文 | 来源:新华社
Last Saturday, China launched a national satellite navigation and positioning system.上周六,我国启用了一个全国性的卫星导航定位系统。It is the largest in the country and boasts the widest coverage.该系统是我国规模最大、覆盖范围最广的导航定位系统。Li Weisen, deputy director of the National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation, said that the system consists of 2,700 base stations, a national database center and 30 provincial level database centers.国家测绘地理信息局副局长李维森表示,该系统由2700座基准站点、一个国家数据中心和30个省级数据中心共同组成。The system, featuring faster speed, higher accuracy and wider coverage, will be compatible with other satellite navigation systems, such as the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System and Global Position System (GPS), Li said.李维森称,该系统速度更快、精度更高、范围更广,能够兼容北斗、GPS等其他卫星导航系统。According to the administration, the system is able to provide positioning service to transportation, emergency medical rescue and city planning and management.国家测绘地理信息局称,该系统可为交通运输、医疗急救和城市规划管理提供定位务。 /201706/512430The US government cannot force Microsoft to give authorities access to the firm#39;s servers located in other countries, a court has ruled. The decision is being seen as a precedent for protecting the privacy of cloud computing services.根据一家法院的近日裁决,美国政府不能强迫微软赋予当局访问海外务器上的权限。这一判决目前正被看作是保护云计算务隐私的一个先例。The US Department of Justice had wanted to access a server in Ireland, as part of an investigation into a drugs case. The ruling, made by an appeals court, overturns an order granted by a court in Manhattan in 2014.作为针对一起毒品案件调查的一部分,美国司法部想要获取权限查看微软位于爱尔兰的一个务器。一家上诉法院做出了这一裁决,驳回了一家曼哈顿法庭在2014年做出的“准许”判决。The DoJ said it was disappointed by the decision and was considering what it would do next. If it appeals, the case could then move to the US Supreme Court.美国司法部对这一判决表示失望,并且正在考虑接下来的打算。如果司法部上诉的话,这件案子将移交美国最高法院审理。Microsoft said it welcomed the ruling.微软方面则对这一裁决表示接受。;It makes clear that the US government can no longer seek to use its search warrants on a unilateral basis to reach into other countries and obtain the emails that belong to people of other nationalities,; Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer, of Microsoft told the B.微软总裁兼首席法务官布拉德·史密斯接收B采访时表示:“这份判决很清楚地表明,美国政府再也不能够单方面地使用搜查令进入其他国家、获得属于其他国家公民的电子邮件了。”;It tells people they can indeed trust technology as they move their information to the cloud,; he said.他说道:“这份判决告诉人们,在他们把自己的信息上传到云务器上的时候,他们可以真正的信任科技。”Microsoft thanked the companies that had backed its appeal, which included the likes of Amazon, Apple and Cisco.微软对那些持它上述的公司表示感谢,其中包括亚马逊、苹果和思科等。Another of Microsoft#39;s backers was the Open Rights Group, a UK-based organisation that campaigns for digital rights.微软的另一个持者是“开放权利集团”,这是一家英国机构,他们致力于争取数字权利。;The US Court#39;s decision has upheld the right to individual privacy in the face of the US State#39;s intrusion into personal liberty,; the group#39;s legal director Myles Jackman said. ;As a consequence, US law enforcement agencies must respect European citizens#39; digital privacy rights and the protection of their personal data. States should not arbitrarily reach across borders just because they feel they can bully companies into doing so.;该组织法律主管迈尔斯·杰克曼表示:“在面对美国政府侵犯个人自由的问题上,美国法庭的这一裁决持了个人隐私权利。因此,美国执法部门必须尊重欧洲公民的数字隐私权,并且保护他们的个人数据。美国不应该因为觉得自己可以欺压公司,就单方面地越界。”Microsoft had warned that allowing the search warrant to be conducted could open up a global privacy ;free for all;. Other countries, the company said, would perhaps seek to apply their own search warrants to servers located in the US.微软此前曾作出警告称,如果允许执行这次搜查令,那么就将开启全球隐私“不设防”。该公司还表示,其他国家也许也将申请他们自己的搜查令,来查看位于美国的务器。 /201607/456101

年轻人的健康状况不如父母They should be in the prime of their lives. But instead, those in their twenties and thirties are in worse health than their parents, a British survey has found.Binge drinking, y meals and a lack of exercise all take their toll.As a result, the young are more likely to have migraines, catch a cold or become stressed than the over-55s.According to the research, those aged between 18 and 34 are three times more likely to have a cold or flu than the older generation.Nearly a quarter of the young regularly have headaches or migraines, compared to just 14 per cent of over-55s.And they are almost twice as likely to have high stress levels.The elderly also tend to eat more healthily. More than four in ten eat five or more portions of fruit or vegetables a day, double the number of young men and women.And when it comes to alcohol, 20 per cent of the over-55s don't indulge, while just 10 per cent of those aged 18-34 abstain.Six in ten of the elderly make fresh meals every day, compared to less than a third of the young.And while three-quarters of over-55s say they eat a balanced diet, just half of the younger generation does so.Less than a third of them regularly cook with fresh ingredients, compared to almost two-thirds of the older people.What is more, almost 10 per cent of them admit to eating y meals for every meal - and two per cent say they only eat at restaurants.The older generation is also more likely to take a healthy amount of exercise, with 12 per cent spending at least 30 minutes doing so each day.They may appear fitter, but only nine per cent of the young do that.Over-55s also try hardest to have at least six hours' sleep and plenty of fresh air, according to research done in the UK for fruit brand Florida Grapefruit.Chris Steele, the resident doctor on ITV's This Morning programme, said: "I have seen a rise in young people suffering from illnesses such as colds, flu and headaches."Long working hours, high stress levels and lack of exercise lead to people getting run-down and ill. 他们应该正值人生的黄金时期。但英国的一项调查发现,二、三十岁的年轻人的健康状况还不如他们的父母。酗酒、吃方便食品、缺乏锻炼均对年轻人的健康造成了不良影响。所以,年轻人比55岁以上的人更易患偏头痛和感冒,而且更容易焦虑。该调查表明,18岁至34岁之间的人患感冒或流感的几率为他们父辈的三倍。近四分之一的年轻人经常患头痛或偏头痛,而这一比例在55岁以上的人中仅为14%。此外,年轻人精神压力过大的几率高出近一倍。年龄较大的人饮食习惯也更加健康,超过40%的人每天摄入五份或五份以上的水果和蔬菜,为年轻人的两倍。在55岁以上的受访者中,20%的人不酗酒,而在18岁至34岁的人群中,这一比例仅为10%。60%年龄较大的人每天做新鲜饭菜,而年轻人的这一比例还不到三分之一。在55岁以上的受访者中,有四分之三的人称自己饮食平衡,而仅有一半的年轻人这样做。此外,近10%的年轻人承认他们每顿都吃方便食品,2%的人称他们只去餐馆吃饭。老一辈的人经常进行适度锻炼,12%的受访者每天至少锻炼30分钟。可能年轻人看起来比较健康,但仅有9%的人每天锻炼。该项为“佛罗里达柚”水果品牌开展的调查显示,55岁以上的受访者努力保每天至少六个小时的睡眠时间,并尽量让自己呼吸大量的新鲜空气。住院医生克里斯#8226;斯蒂尔在ITV《今晨》节目中说:“我发现,现在有越来越多的年轻人患感冒、流感和头痛等病症。”“工作时间长、精神压力大和缺乏锻炼是导致人们健康状况下降和生病的主要因素。” /200803/30961

网民年轻化 上网化Most of the country's Internetusers go online to chat or seek entertainment rather than look for jobs or conduct business.According to a report released by China InternetNetwork Information (CNNIC) yesterday, China's Internet users totaled 162 million in the first six months of this year. The country reported 137 million users last year.The rapid growth could be translated into almost 100 new users per minute in the past six months.At this rate of increase, China is expected to overtake the ed States, the world's leader, by the end of next year. The US had 211 million Internet users at the end of last month.Although the number of China's Internet users has been on the rise since 1994, when first introduced to the country, the research showed most users were interested in chat rooms and entertainment, and not job searches, education, and e-banking.About 75 percent online news and used search engines for information.More than 60 percent regarded online music and s as an important source of entertainment.Only 21 percent used e-banking services, and 3.9 percent booked tickets through the Internet.Wang Enhai, an official with CNNIC, and an author of the report, said the phenomenon is due to China's Internet infancy and the fact most users were young people."China's Internet market is just emerging and there are still a lot of things to be done before a mature online business environment can be established," Wang said.According to CNNIC, the number of China's Internet users under 24 years old was 58 million, about 35.8 percent of the country's total Internet population.This segment of the population, comprising mostly students, spends a lot of time playing online games, listening to music and watching s. 我国大多数互联网用户上网进行的主要活动是聊天和,而不是找工作或从事商务活动。中国互联网络信息中心昨天发布的一份报告显示,今年上半年,中国的网民总数达到1.62亿人。去年这一数字为1.37亿。在过去六个月中,中国网民的数量以每分钟近一百人的速度激增。按照这一增速,中国有望于明年年底超过美国,成为全世界网民规模最大的国家。截至上月底,美国的网民数量达到2.11亿人。尽管自1994年互联网引入中国以来,网民数量一直增长,但调查显示,大多数网民对网上聊天和较感兴趣,而不是网上求职、网络教育和网上。约75%的网民在网上浏览新闻以及使用搜索引擎搜索信息。超过60%的人将在线音乐和在线视频视为生活的重要组成部分。仅有21%的人使用过网上务,3.9%的人曾在网上订票。中国互联网络信息中心官员、调查报告的撰写者之一王恩海说,这一现象的主要原因是中国的互联网尚处于起步阶段,而且大多数互联网用户都是年轻人。他说:“中国的互联网市场才刚刚兴起,建立一个成熟的在线商务环境仍有很多事情要做。”据中国互联网络信息中心数据,中国24岁以下的网民达到5800万,占网民总数的35.8%。而且其中的大多数人是学生,他们经常在网上打游戏、听音乐、看视频。 /200803/31205

In his famous book Learned Optimism, Martin Seligman points out how our present use of language can be a fairly accurate predictor of future success. Seligman explains how he was able to predict outcomes of sporting events with reasonable accuracy by comparing the language used by the coaches and players in interviews before the event. Basically what he did was count all the positive words and the negative words in published pre-game es from the players and coaches, and then he calculated the ratio of positive words to negative. The team with the higher ratio was the one picked to win. There is some subjectivity in deciding whether a word is positive, negative, or neutral, but if you try it yourself, I think you’ll find that most of the time it’s fairly easy to classify words. Seligman also explains using a similar process to predict the winners of political elections.Try this for yourself. Here’s a sentence I grabbed from Yahoo News on Feb 23:Scientists fear the avian flu that has killed 46 people in Asia could be the strain that will cause the next global pandemic but said more evidence is needed about how infectious it is in humans.How many positive and negative words do you count? I count zero positive and four negative (fear, killed, pandemic, infectious). So this sentence has a ratio of 0/4 0.Let’s try the same process on all of the headlines from Yahoo News (I’m using the Feb 23 version). I count 6 positive words (eases, adds, new, found, right, wealthy) and 15 negative words (denounce, fight, die, soak, death, somber, slain, fears, concerns, dismissed, defiant, avoids, risk, pandemic, handouts) for an overall ratio of 6/15 0.4.My picks are subjective of course, so yours may be different, but try it for yourself on any news site. If you find one with a ratio above 1.0, please tell me about it!Try this on yourself as well. Go over some text you wrote recently — emails, forums posts, whatever. What’s your ratio of positive/negative words? Seligman would argue that this is a powerful predictor of future success. Some personal development experts believe that by intentionally choosing more optimistic words in the language you use, you’ll start to become more optimistic in your thinking, which will in turn lead to better results. Anthony Robbins has a whole chapter about it in one of his books; he refers to it as “transformational vocabulary.”Have some fun and try this on your friends and co-workers. Grab something they wrote, and compute their ratio. Is their language predominantly optimistic (gt;1.0) or pessimistic (lt;1.0)? Who has the highest score? The lowest score? Any interesting patterns?What kind of boss do you work for? What about your company’s brochures? If you run your own business how’s your marketing material, your web site, your business plan? Are you projecting confidence or self-doubt to your customers? What about your journal entries? Your to do list?You’ll often see a pattern where like attracts like. Pessimistic news sources will attract pessimistic ers, partly because those are the best targets for advertising — negative people are more likely to believe that buying products will change their emotional state. A pessimistic company will attract and breed pessimistic employees — the high-energy positive people will go where their enthusiasm is welcome. So there’s a good chance you’ll see similar ratios to your own when you look around your environment. /200803/29467

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