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Thanks to a mutual friend, we rented our garage to two graduate students at Stanford 经朋友介绍 我们将车库租给了两个斯坦福研究生who had just started a company, who were looking for office space 他们刚开了一家公司 正在寻找办公场所They seem nice 他们看起来很棒There ideas sounded kind of crazy 他们的想法听起来有些疯狂Back then 当时no one had heard of Larry Page and Sergey Brin 没人听说过拉里·佩奇和谢尔盖·布林or the new company with the funny name 或是他们开的那家名字滑稽的公司Google? 谷歌?What? 什么What does that mean? 这是什么意思It doesnt really matter 这没关系As long as you guys pay the rent on time, you guys can build your Google anything here 只要你们能够按时交房租 管你们是谷歌还是别的什么Wednesday moved in, we have late night 一个周三的深夜together in the garage, eating pizza and Mamp;Ms 我们一起坐在车库吃批萨和Mamp;Mwhen they talked to me about how their technology could change the world 他们跟我讲 说自己的技术能够改变世界But then they would go on equally excited 之后他们同样兴奋地告诉我about the fact that my house had a washer and dryer 说我家有洗衣机和烘干机真是太好了They made bold proclamations 他俩很大胆地宣布说We are going to organize the entire World Wide Web 我们将把全球网络组织到一起followed by -- which day is recycling day? 说完之后 他们问我 垃圾回收日是哪一天来着And when I asked them how much experience they had to back their ambitious plan 我问他们 你们有多少经验来持这一雄心壮志they would say well our combined age is almost 50 他们说 我们的年龄合起来可有将近50岁and they were entering a competitive area 他们进入是一个竞争性极强的领域There were many well-funded search engines 当时有很多资金充裕的搜索引擎公司famous at the time, although you probably never heard of them 当时这些公司都很有名 只是你们可能没听说过AltaVista, Lycos, Excite 比如AltaVista Lycos ExciteCan you imagine if you wanted to search for something online 想象一下 要搜索东西的时候你要说and you had to say Im going to AltaVista? 我要去AltaVista一下 这会是什么感觉The answer, that would be kinda awkward 肯定会显得非常笨拙201511/412779

On behalf of the Government and the people of Malaysia, may I warmly welcome your Majesties, all ASEAN leaders and everyone present to Kuala Lumpur and to the Opening Ceremony of the 27th ASEAN Summit and Related Summits.Honoured guests, colleagues and friends,I was going to begin by talking to you about the momentous steps we in ASEAN are about to embark upon. But the events of recent days and weeks have cast a shadow over us all. 170 dead after the attacks in Paris and Beirut. 224 lives taken in the bombing of a Russian passenger jet over the Sinai desert. Just this week, an innocent Malaysian beheaded in the southern Philippines. And yesterday, hostages taken and lives lost in Bamako, Mali.There cannot be a person in this hall who has not been shocked and shaken by the sickening disregard for human life and the devastation visited on families and communities. Our countries are in mourning. We all share in this grief.The perpetrators of these cowardly and barbaric acts do not represent any race, religion or creed, nor should we allow them to claim to do so. They are terrorists and should be confronted as such, with the full force of the law.Malaysia stands y to provide any help and support that we can, and be assured that we stand with you against this new evil that blasphemes against the name of Islam.We are ever vigilant against a threat that is very real in our region. Local militants and groups, such as Abu Sayyaf, have sworn allegiance to the so-called Islamic State. It was they who cruelly murdered our countryman, Bernard Then, on Tuesday.We must recognise that problems of extremism today require new solutions.Understandably, many will want to fight the so-called Islamic State out of the lands they have stolen from millions of Syrian and Iraqis. But a military solution alone will not be enough to defeat those who see peace, and want to cause war. Those who see order and civilisation, and wish for nothing but mayhem and death. Who see prosperity and culture, and burn to bring desolation and despair.It is the ideology propagated by these extremists that is the cause of this sadistic violence; and in this time of tragedy, we must not lose sight of the fact that the ideology itself must be exposed as the lie that it is – and vanquished. For it is not Islamic. It cannot be.It states clearly in the Holy Quran that if anyone wrongly takes a life, ;it shall be as if he had killed all mankind;. Suicide – under any circumstances, never mind suicide bombing that kills innocents – is likewise a terrible sin. In the Hadith, it is recorded that the Prophet Muhammad said that God forbids Paradise to anyone who takes their own life – let alone the lives of innocents.We should examine why any should be misguided enough to follow this perverted ideology – what is their motivation? But let us be clear: it is an utter travesty of a religion of peace, justice and moderation.More than ever, it is that last concept, moderation, that we are in dire need of around the world. Moderation, or wasatiyyah, is at the heart of Islam. It is a Quranic injunction that no Muslim can disobey. But moderation does not belong only to us. It has been the locomotive of the non-violent approach to solving conflict throughout history.This is how Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King won the hearts and minds of their enemies, and resolved the conflicts and injustices that they each were fighting against. They won by transforming their foes into friends. It can take a heroic effort.When Jesus, or Nabi Isa, as Muslims call one of our greatest prophets, said: ;Blessed are the peacemakers;, he was praising those who took on the hardest of labours. There is nothing easy or wimpish about moderation.It is a concept that is deeply embedded in the ASEAN Way, and one which is close to our hearts here in Malaysia, where our unique mixture of faiths and ethnicities could have divided us; but instead our diversity has strengthened us.201511/412500

I grew up in Northern Ireland, right up in the very, very north end of it there,我从小在北爱尔兰长大,就在爱尔兰岛的最最北边where its absolutely freezing cold.那里非常冷This was me running around in the back garden mid-summer.这张照片是一个夏天我在我们家后院玩的时候拍的I couldnt pick a career.我不知道该选择什么样的职业In Ireland the obvious choice is the military,在爱尔兰,最正常的选择应该是参军but to be honest it actually kind of sucks.但是,说实话,部队里太没劲了My mother wanted me to be a dentist.我妈希望我成为一个牙科医生But the problem was that people kept blowing everything up.但问题是,那个时候人们一直在到处乱扔炸弹So I actually went to school in Belfast,我去了贝尔法斯特的一个学校读书which was where all the action happened.所有的骚乱就是在那儿发生的And this was a pretty common sight.这张照片上就是当时常见的景象The school I went to was pretty boring.我上学的那个学校特别无聊They forced us to learn things like Latin.我们被逼着学了像拉丁语这样无聊的东西The school teachers werent having much fun, the sports were very dirty or very painful.学校的老师也都很没劲,学校里的体育项目又脏又累So I cleverly chose rowing, which I got very good at.于是我就非常聪明的选择了赛艇,后来我划得还不错And I was actually rowing for my school here照片上我正代表我的学校参加赛艇比赛until this fateful day, and I flipped over right in front of the entire school.直到灾难性的那天,我翻船了,当着全校师生的面,我翻船了And that was the finishing post right there.其实比赛的终点就在那儿So this was extremely embarrassing.那个时候我觉得特别特别尴尬But our school at that time got a grant from the government,不过后来我们学校从政府拿到一份津贴and they got an incredible computer -- the research machine 3DZ --然后他们买来一台惊人的计算机,用作研究的机器--3DZand they left the programming manuals lying around.当时他们就把编程手册扔在那儿And so students like myself with nothing to do, we would learn how to program it.于是像我这样无所事事的学生就会去看手册学习怎样在那台计算机上编程Also around this time, at home, this was the computer that people were buying.那个时候,我家乡那里的人们都会买这样的一台计算机It was called the Sinclair ZX80. This was a 1K computer,它叫做Sinclair ZX80,是一台只有1K(内存)的计算机and youd buy your programs on cassette tape.然后你就可以去买存在磁带上的程序来运行Actually Im just going to pause for one second,我要在这暂停一下because I heard that theres a prerequisite to speak here at TED我听说要在TED演讲必须有一个条件you had to have a picture of yourself from the old days with big hair.就是要有演讲者必须有一张自己以前留着蓬松长发的老照片So I brought a picture with big hair.根据要求我带来了这张照片I just want to get that out of the way.我就是想赶快先完成这个要求So after the Sinclair ZX80 came along the very cleverly named Sinclair ZX81.接着说,在Sinclair ZX80那台计算机之后,他们又推出了一台新的机器,这台机器名字很有创意叫做Sinclair ZX81And -- you see the picture at the bottom?大家看到底下的那张照片了吗?Theres a picture of a guy doing homework with his son.照片上是一个人在陪他的儿子做作业Thats what they thought they had built it for.这是厂商原来推出这台计算机的目的The reality is we got the programming manual and we started making games for it.而事实上,当我们拿到编程手册的时候,我们就马上开始在这台机器上做游戏了We were programming in BASIC,我们当时用的是BASIC语言编程的which is a pretty awful language for games,这个语言非常不适合用于游戏编程so we ended up learning Assembly language于是我们就开始学习汇编语言so we could really take control of the hardware.因为汇编语言可以让我们完全控制所有硬件This is the guy that invented it, Sir Clive Sinclair, and hes showing his machine.这就是发明那台机器的人,Clive Sinclair阁下,照片上他正在展示他的机器You had this same thing in America, it was called the Timex Sinclair1000.你们美国当时有一种同样的机器叫做Timex Sinclair1000To play a game in those days you had to have an imagination那个时候要玩游戏,你必须有一定的想象力to believe that you were really playing ;Battlestar Galactica.;要相信自己真的在玩《太空堡垒号》The graphics were just horrible.那个时候的图形画面非常差You had to have an even better imagination to play this game,要想玩这个游戏,你得有更强的想象力;Death Rider.;这是《死亡骑士》But of course the scientists couldnt help themselves.当然,科学家们可忍不住了They started making their own games.他们开始做自己的游戏This is one of my favorite ones here, where they have rabbit breeding,这是我最爱的游戏之一,这个游戏是关于养兔子的so males choose the lucky rabbit.雄兔选择走运的雌兔It was around this time we went from 1K to 16K, which was quite the leap.差不多这个时候,计算机从1K跳到了16K,这是一个非常大的跨越And if youre wondering how much 16K is, this eBay logo here is 16K.如果你在想16K到底有多大,这个eBAY的图标就有16KAnd in that amount of memory someone programmed a full flight simulation program.就在那么大的空间里,有人写出了一个完整的飞行模拟程序And thats what it looked like.那个程序看起来就像这样I spent ages flying this flight simulator,我花了好久在这上面开飞机and I honestly believed I could fly airplanes by the end of it.到后来,我真的以为我可以去开真的飞机了Heres Clive Sinclair now launching his color computer.这是Clive Sinclair发布他的色(屏幕)电脑Hes recognized as being the father of games in Europe.他被当作欧洲的之父Hes a multi-millionaire, and I think thats why hes smiling in this photograph.他是个千万富翁,我想这就是为什么他在照片里笑得那么开心吧So I went on for the next 20 years or so making a lot of different games.在接下来的20年里我一直在做不同的游戏201511/412209

THE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody! Hello, Indiana! It’s good to be back close to home. Everybody have a seat, have a seat.Well, first of all, let me thank Henry and everybody for extending such a warm welcome. It’s good to be back in Indiana. A couple people I just want to acknowledge very quickly: Your Mayor, Bob Hurst. Where did Mayor Hurst go? (Applause.) He was here just a second -- there he is right there. Give him a big round of applause. (Applause.) We’ve got your former Congressman, Brad Ellsworth, in the house. Say hi to Brad. (Applause.)It is great to be back in Indiana. It’s great to be in Princeton. And I want to thank Millennium Steel for hosting us here today. I’m here because you might have heard that today is National Manufacturing Day. You don’t get the day off on National Manufacturing Day. (Laughter.) But factories like this one, all over the country, are opening their doors to give young people a chance to understand what opportunities exist in manufacturing in 21st century in the ed States of America. So I figured, what better place to celebrate Manufacturing Day than with a manufacturer?And instead of giving a long speech, what I want to do today is just have a conversation with folks about what’s happening in the American economy, what’s happening in your lives, what’s happening in manufacturing, and to talk a little bit about how we can continue to build an economy that works for everybody, that gives everybody who’s willing to work hard a chance.And I wanted to do that here because, in some ways, American manufacturing is powering the American recovery. This morning, we learned that last month, our businesses added more than 236,000 jobs. (Applause.) The unemployment rate fell from 6.1 percent to 5.9 percent. (Applause.) What that means is that the unemployment rate is below 6 percent for the first time in six years. (Applause.) And we’re on pace for the strongest job growth since the 1990s -- strongest job growth since the 1990s. Over the past 55 months, our businesses have now created 10.3 million new jobs. (Applause.)Now, that happens to be the longest uninterrupted stretch of job growth in the private sector in American history. And all told, the ed States has put more folks back to work than Europe, Japan, and all other advanced economies combined. All combined, we put more folks back to work right here in the ed States of America. (Applause.)So this progress that we’ve been making, it’s been hard, it goes in fits and starts, it’s not always been perfectly smooth or as fast as we want, but it is real and it is steady and it is happening. And it’s making a difference in economies all across the country. And it’s the direct result of the best workers in the world, the drive and determination of the American people, the resilience of the American people bouncing back from what was the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression -- and it’s also got a little bit to do with some decisions we made pretty early on in my administration.So, just to take an example, many of you know that the auto industry was really in a bad spot when I came into office. And we decided to help our automakers to rebuild, to retool, and they’re now selling new cars at the fastest rate in about eight years. And they’re great cars, too. (Applause.) And that’s helped a lot of communities all across the Midwest. And that’s just one example of what’s been happening to American manufacturing generally.About 10, 15 years ago, everybody said American manufacturing is going downhill, everything is moving to China or other countries. And the Midwest got hit a lot harder than a lot of places because we were the backbone of American manufacturing. But because folks invested in new plants and new technologies, and there were hubs that were created between businesses and universities and community colleges so that workers could master and get trained in some of these new technologies, what we’ve now seen is manufacturing driving economic growth in a way we haven’t seen in about 20-25 years.Because of the efforts that we’ve made, manufacturing as a whole has added about 700,000 new jobs. It’s growing twice as fast as the rest of the economy. New factories are opening their doors. More than half of manufacturing executives have said they’re actively looking to bring jobs back from China. Our businesses are selling more goods overseas than any time in our history. And the reason this is important is not just because of some abstract statistic. Manufacturing jobs have good pay and good benefits.And they create a ripple effect to the whole economy because everybody who’s working here at Millennium Steel, because you’re getting paid well, because you’ve got decent benefits, that means that the restaurants in the neighborhood are doing better. It means you can afford to make your mortgage payments and buy a new car yourself, and buy some new appliances. And you get a virtuous cycle in which all businesses are doing better.To most middle-class folks, the last decade was defined by those jobs going overseas. But if we keep up these investments, then we can define this decade as a period, instead of outsourcing, insourcing -- bringing jobs back to America. And when you ask business executives around the world, what’s the number-one place to invest their money right now, for a long time it was China. Today they say, the best place to invest money is here in the ed States of America. Here in the ed States of America. (Applause.)So there is a lot of good stuff happening in the economy right now. But what we all know is, is that there’s still some challenges -- there’s still some challenges -- because there are still a lot of families where somebody in the family is out of work, or isn’t getting as many hours as they want. There are still a lot of folks who, at the end of the month, are having trouble paying the bills. And wages and incomes have not moved up as fast as all the gains we’re making in jobs and productivity. Too much of the growth in income and wealth is going to the very top; not enough of it is being sp to the ordinary worker.And that means that we’ve still got some more work to do to put in place policies that make sure that the economy works not just for the few, but it works for everybody; and that if you work hard you’re going to be able to pay the bills, you’re going to be able to retire with some dignity and some respect, you can send your kids to school without having to worry about it. That’s what we’ve got to be working on -- making sure that no matter who you are, where you started, you can make it here in America. That’s what the American Dream is all about. (Applause.)201505/376619

More than 1,000 miles away from here these two young brothers are bringing people together to support this Boston community the way their community came together to support Michael.这两位年轻的兄弟把人们聚集在一起来持整个波士顿社区,如同他们的社区持迈克尔那样。And when this 13 year old man was asked about his fellow amputees he said this ;First they will be sad. Theyre losing something they will never get back and thats scary.当这个十三岁的孩子第一次被问及一些关于同样被截肢的人的事时,他说:“他们一定会很伤心,因为他们失去了生命中永不复返的东西,那是很可怕的一件事。I was scared. But theyll be okay. They just dont know that yet.; We might not always know it.我也很害怕,但是他们一定会振作起来的,他们只是现在还没察觉罢了。”我们可能有时就是无法知道这些。We might not always see it, or hear it on the news or even feel it in our daily lives but I have faith that no matter what class of 2013 you will be okay and you will make sure our country is okay.在日常生活中我们可能有时就是无法想到这些、在新闻中听到这些或感受到这些。但是我对你们有信心,不管发生什么,2013届的毕业生们,请相信,柳暗花明又一村,你们也要记得去确保我们的国家的安康。I have faith because of that 9 year old girl who went out and collected the change.我有信心,因为那个9岁小女孩会出去收集零钱。I have faith because of David and Francine Wheeler, I have faith because of Michael and Harris Stolzenberg and I have faith because of you, the network of angeles sitting here today.我有信心,因为David和Wheeler。我有信心,因为迈克尔和哈里斯。我有信心,是你们让我充满信心,因为你们这群天使,现在就坐在这里。One of them Kadija Williams who came to Harvard four years ago.这其中就有四年前来到哈佛的Khadijah Williams。Kadija had attended 12 schools in 12 years living out of garbage bags amongst pimps and prostitutes and drug dealers, homeless, going in to department stores, Wal-Mart in the morning to bathe herself so that she wouldnt smell in front of her classmates and today she graduates as a member of the Harvard class of 2013.Khadijah在过去的12年中上了12个不同的学校,身处在皮条客、、毒品贩子和流浪儿之间的垃圾袋子里,她为了不让同学们闻到她身上的异味,她每天清晨会去百货大楼、沃尔玛超市洗澡,今天她成为2013届哈佛毕业生的一员。From time to time you may stumble fall, you will for sure count in this no doubt, you will have questions and you will have doubts about your path but I know this, if youre willing to listen to be guided by that still small voice that is the G.P.S. within yourself, to find out what makes you come alive you will be more than okay.不时地,你可能会失足跌倒,我们之中谁也难以幸免。对你的未来之路你会彷徨、会忧虑、会无所适从,但是我知道:只要你肯听听你内心深处的声音,你体内隐藏的GPS定位系统,能让你回归你人生的本真,你可能会因此活的更加夺目。You will be happy, you will be successful, and you will make a difference in the world.你一定会快乐,一定会成功。你一定可以让世界因你而不同。Congratulations class of 2013, congratulations to your family and friends, good luck and thank you for listening. Was that okay?祝贺你们,2013届哈佛的毕业生们。把祝贺同样送给你们的亲朋好友们。祝你们好运,同时感谢你们的聆听。像这样可以吗?201508/392599


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