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蚌埠淮上区去痣多少钱一颗蚌埠激光腋毛蚌埠怀远县祛痣多少钱 Now, my favorite example of color bravery is a guy named John Skipper.关于勇敢地面对肤色差异,我最喜欢引用的例子是一个叫John Skipper的家伙,He runs ESPN.他是ESPN的管理者。Hes a North Carolina native,quintessential Southern gentleman, white. 他是北卡罗来纳州当地人,典型的南方绅士,白人哦。He joined ESPN, which aly had a culture of inclusion and diversity, but he took it up a notch.在他加入ESPN时,ESPN已经形成了一种包容和多元化的文化,但他将文化落实。He demanded that every open position have a diverse slate of candidates.他要求每一个空缺岗位都要有多元化的候选人。Now he says the senior people in the beginning bristled,and they would come to him and say,Do you want me to hire the minority,or do you want me to hire the best person for the job?他说在最初的时候,高层怒不可遏,径直找他谈话,你希望我雇佣少数族裔的人,还是一个最适合这份工作的人?And Skipper says his answers were always the same:Yes.而Skipper说他的回答总是不变的,是。And by saying yes to diversity, ESPN.I honestly believe that ESPN is the most valuable cable franchise in the world.向多元化敞开大门,我发自内心地相信ESPN是世界上最具价值的电台。I think thats a part of the secret sauce.我认为这是其秘密武器之一。Now I can tell you, in my own industry,at Ariel Investments, we actually view our diversity as a competitive advantage,and that advantage can extend way beyond business. 现在我要告诉你的是,在我从事的行业,在亚瑞投资公司,我们实际上将多元化看作竞争优势,这个优势的影响力远远超乎商业范畴。Theres a guy named Scott Page at the University of Michigan.在密歇根大学有个叫斯科特佩奇的人,He is the first person to develop a mathematical calculation for diversity.他是第一位建立多元化数学算法的人。He says, if youre trying to solve a really hard problem,really hard,that you should have a diverse group of people,including those with diverse intellects. 他说,如果你试图解决一个非常困难的问题,非常困难的问题,你的团队成员应是多元化的,人人各有所长。The example that he gives is the smallpox epidemic.他举的例子是天花传染病。When it was ravaging Europe,they brought together all these scientists,and they were stumped. 当天花肆虐欧洲时,科学家们汇聚在一起,却束手无策。And the beginnings of the cure to the disease came from the most unlikely source,a dairy farmer who noticed that the milkmaids were not getting smallpox.第一道曙光从谁也不曾料到的地方照来,原来是一位奶农,他注意到挤奶女工都没被感染。And the smallpox vaccination is bovine-based because of that dairy farmer.正因为那位奶农,基于牛痘的疫苗才得以发现。Now Im sure youre sitting here and youre saying,I dont run a cable company,I dont run an investment firm,I am not a dairy farmer. 我确信坐在这儿的你们会说,我并不管理一家电台,我并不拥有一家投资公司,我不是一位奶农,What can I do?我能做些什么?And Im telling you, you can be color brave.我来告诉你,你可以勇敢地面对肤色差异。If youre part of a hiring process or an admissions process,you can be color brave.如果你在公司做人事或行政,你应让自己变得勇敢。If you are trying to solve a really hard problem,you can speak up and be color brave.如果你在努力解决一个很困难的问题,你应直言不讳,勇敢面对。Now I know people will say,but that doesnt add up to a lot,but Im actually asking you to do something really simple: 我知道有些人会说,这样做贡献不了什么的。但实际上我是在请你做一些非常简单易行的事情:observe your environment,at work, at school, at home. 注意周边环境,工作中,在学校里,在家里。Im asking you to look at the people around you purposefully and intentionally.我请你们注意身边的人,有意识地去观察,Invite people into your life who dont look like you, dont think like you,dont act like you,dont come from where you come from,and you might find that they will challenge your assumptions and make you grow as a person. 让你的生活与那些你不曾来往的人有所交集,这些人或许长相、思想、行为跟你不一样,或许跟你来自不同的地方,你会发现,他们会让你反思你曾经的假设,让你朝着正确的方向成长。You might get powerful new insights from these individuals,or,like my husband, who happens to be white,you might learn that black people,men, women, children,we use body lotion every single day.从他们身上,你也许会听到全新的深刻见解,或者,像我的丈夫,他碰巧是白人,你会懂得黑人,无论男人,女人,还是孩子,我们每天都用润肤露。Now, I also think that this is very important so that the next generation really understands that this progress will help them,because theyre expecting us to be great role models. 那么,我认为,其重要性也在于让下一代明白,这一进程会帮助他们,因为他们在期望我们成为杰出的榜样。201507/383545In love, we want to have, we want to know the beloved.在爱情中,我们想要拥有,我们想要了解我们的爱人We want to minimize the distance. We want to contract that gap.我们想腻在一起,想跨越阻碍We want to neutralize the tensions. We want closeness.我们想调和不安的情绪,我们想亲密无间。But in desire, we tend to not really want to go back to the places weve aly gone.而在性欲方面,我们不想回到我们已经经历过的地方。Forgone conclusion does not keep our interest.过时的结论提不起我们的兴趣。In desire, we want an Other, somebody on the other side that we can go visit,在性欲方面,我们想找的是我们的另一半,一个在彼岸,一个我们想去探索的另一半。that we can go spend some time with,一个我们想呆在一起的另一半that we can go see what goes on in their red light district.和一个我们能探索其瘾秘的内心世界的另一半In desire, we want a bridge to cross.在性欲中,我们想找的是一座沟通的桥梁。Or in other words, I sometimes say, fire needs air.换言之,“一个巴掌拍不响啊”Desire needs space.性欲也需要空间。And when its said like that, its often quite abstract.这样说或许有点抽象吧。But then I took a question with me.带着一个问题And Ive gone to more than 20 countries in the last few years几年间我带着;Mating in Captivity; 这本书走访了20多个国家with ;Mating in Captivity,; and I asked people,每到一处,我都会问人们:when do you find yourself most drawn to your partner?;你什么时候最喜欢和爱人呆在一起?;Not attracted sexually, per se, but most drawn.我说的是呆在一起而不是一起性爱And across culture, across religion, and across gender --来自不同文化、不同地区、不同性别的人except for one -- there are a few answers that just keep coming back.除一个有点例外,其它人给我的回答不外如是So the first group is: I am most drawn to my partner第一组:最想和爱人在一起的时候when she is away, when we are apart, when we reunite.是爱人不在身边的时候、是分开的时候或是小别重逢时。Basically, when I get back in touch也就是,当我能用我的想象力with my ability to imagine myself with my partner,想像我和爱人在一起的时候,when my imagination comes back in the picture,当我的想像力能回到这方面来的时候,and when I can root it in absence and in longing,当爱人不在而我又想要的时候which is a major component of desire.这就是性欲的主要组成部分But then the second group is even more interesting:然而,另一组回答更有趣。I am most drawn to my partner我最想和爱人在一起的时候when I see him in the studio, when she is onstage,是当我看到他在录影棚工作、在舞台上表演的时候、when he is in his element, when shes doing something shes passionate about,当他在做正经事的时候、当他在做她感兴趣的事情的时候,when I see him at a party and other people are really drawn to him,当我看到他在party上谜倒一大堆人的时候when I see her hold court.当她开庭的时候。Basically, when I look at my partner radiant and confident,一般而言,当我看到我的爱人光芒四射而又自信的时候probably the biggest turn-on across the board.这就是最大的刺激物了。Radiant, as in self-sustaining.光芒四射,在自我维系中也如此。I look at this person -- by the way, in desire在欲望中,我看这个人people rarely talk about it, when we are blended into one,人们很少谈论这些, 当我们粘在一起的时候five centimeters from each other. I dont know in inches how much that is.也就是相隔5厘米左右的时候---说实在的我不知道是几厘米But its also not when the other person is that far apart但是,这种分别并不是说相隔太远that you no longer see them.以至于以后都不能相见。Its when Im looking at my partner from a comfortable distance,而是我能在一个比较合适的距离看着我爱的人where this person that is aly so familiar, so known,那个我熟悉和相知的,is momentarily once again somewhat mysterious, somewhat elusive.还带有点神秘,有点难以捉摸的人。And in this space between me and the other lies the erotic elan,我和爱人之间的距离成了一条性欲的纽带lies that movement toward the other.也造成了我们的相互走动Because sometimes, as Proust says,因为有时候,正如Proust说的那样mystery is not about traveling to new places,发现奥秘不一定要到一个新的地方去,but its about looking with new eyes.而只要我们有新视角就行。And so, when I see my partner on his own or her own,所以,当我们看到我们的另一半独自doing something in which they are enveloped,在忙自己的事的时候。I look at this person and I momentarily get a shift in perception,看着他我会对他有一种新的了解和认识,and I stay open to the mysteries that are living right next to me.而我对我身过的一些奥秘是常怀着关注之情的。And then, more importantly, in this description about the other更重要的是,对别人的了解or myself -- its the same -- what is most interesting或者对自己的了解, 都一样.is that there is no neediness in desire.最有趣的是,这不需要性欲。Nobody needs anybody.没有谁需要谁。There is no caretaking in desire.性欲不存在谁照顾谁的问题。Caretaking is mightily loving. Its a powerful anti-aphrodisiac.照顾是一种了不起的大爱,是一种强大的崔情药I have yet to see somebody who is so turned on我还看到一些人的性欲by somebody who needs them.是被那些需要他们的人唤起的Wanting them is one thing. Needing them is a shutdown,想要是一回事,但需要会令人性趣索然and women have known that forever,这点女人最清楚了,because anything that will bring up parenthood因为任何母性有关的东西will usually decrease the erotic charge.都会降低性欲。For good reasons, right?很有道理,是不是?And then the third group of answers usually would be第三类回答是:when Im surprised, when we laugh together,当我感到惊喜时,当我们一起大笑时会性趣大发,as somebody said to me in the office today,比如说,今天有人在我的办公室告诉我,when hes in his tux, so I said, you know,当他穿着无尾半正式晚礼时最有感觉了its either the tux or the cowboy boots.其实性欲与晚礼或牛仔靴无关But basically its when there is novelty.而是与猎奇有关。But novelty isnt about new positions. It isnt a repertoire of techniques.但新奇并不只意味着新的体位,也不是五花八门的性爱技巧Novelty is, what parts of you do you bring out?新奇是,你将自已的哪一面展现出来?What parts of you are just being seen?你的哪一面你的爱人熟悉?Because in some way one could say因为在某种程度上,我们会说sex isnt something you do, eh?性交并不专指性交活动,对吧?Sex is a place you go. Its a space you enter性交过程其实像你在去一个地方inside yourself and with another, or others.是一个进入自己或对方体内的过程。So where do you go in sex?因此,性交时何去何从?What parts of you do you connect to?你们身体的哪一部分有接触?What do you seek to express there?你们想在那里表达些什么?Is it a place for transcendence and spiritual union?那是一个表现性爱技巧和精神合一的地方吗?Is it a place for naughtiness and is it a place to be safely aggressive?那是一个俏皮掏蛋的地方呢还是一个略带点侵略性质的地方呢?Is it a place where you can finally surrender还是一个你最后放弃and not have to take responsibility for everything?不想负责任的地方呢?Is it a place where you can express your infantile wishes?它是不是一个你可以表达你孩子气的地方呢?What comes out there? Its a language.性爱到底是什么?其实性交是一种语言。It isnt just a behavior.不是一种行为。And its the poetic of that language that Im interested in,而我,正是对这一充满诗意的性交语言感兴趣which is why I began to explore this concept of erotic intelligence.这就是为什么我要探讨;性商;这一概念。You know, animals have sex.要知道,动物也性交。Its the pivot, its biology, its the natural instinct.而动物的性交是传宗接代的,是生物的,是一种自然的天性。201505/374261蚌埠市第三人民医院绣眉手术多少钱

蚌埠人民医院祛眼袋多少钱蚌埠医学院第三附属医院激光祛痘手术多少钱 THE PRESIDENT: Hello, Big Easy! (Applause.) Everybody, give it up for Nancy for that great introduction. (Applause.) It is good to be back in New Orleans. This is what passes for winter here in New Orleans, huh? (Laughter.) Folks got all their coats on and all that. Come on. You need to go to Chicago to know what it’s like to be cold.It is great to be here. It is especially happy for my staff. They love coming to New Orleans. But we did schedule the event early because Ifigure there’s a limit to how much trouble they could get into. (Laughter.) They can’t get over to Bourbon Street fast enough if we did a daytimeevent. And I know that there areprobably a couple of my staff that are LSU fans. I wouldn’t mind staying for the game tomorrownight. I know we’ve got the presidenthere -- I just saw him a minute ago and I wished him all the best.I also want to acknowledge acouple of other people who are here. You’vegot your Governor -- Bobby Jindal is here. (Applause.) We’ve got theSecretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx, who is here. (Applause.) We have Cedric Richmond, your outstanding Congressman. (Applause.) Cedric then brought down a whole bunch of his colleagues from theCongressional Black Caucus for some important work that they’re doing -- notthat they’re going to enjoy themselves at all while they’re here. (Laughter.) But we are thrilled to see them all here. You have one of the best mayorsin the country in Mitch Landrieu. (Applause.) And I just flew downwith your Senator, who, by coincidence, has the same name -- Mary Landrieu. (Applause.) She’s traveling around the state today and doing unbelievable work on behalfof the people of Louisiana. And I justwant to say nobody is a tougher advocate on behalf of the working people ofLouisiana than Mary Landrieu. So we’revery, very proud of the work that she does. (Applause.)Finally, I want to thank Mr. GaryLaGrange, Keith Palmisano, and Chris Hammond. They showed me around the port. (Applause.) And this is one ofthe -- by the way, anybody who’s got a seat, feel free. I noticed that a few folks are standingup. If you don’t have a seat then keepon standing. I don’t want you hurtingyourself.This is one of the busiest portcomplexes in the entire world. You movemillions of tons of steel and chemicals and fuel and food every singleyear. I just found out you also handle alot of the country’s coffee, which means you’re responsible for keeping theWhite House awake at all times. (Applause.) Got some coffee folkshere.And, in so many ways, this portis representative of what ports all around the country do: They help to keep our economy going -- movingproducts, moving people, making sure that businesses are working. You’ve got corn and wheat that’s coming downfrom my home state of Illinois down the river, ending up here, and then goingall around the world. And it’s part ofthe reason why we’ve been able to increase exports so rapidly, is because we’vegot some of the best natural resources and waterways and facilities in theworld. Now, growing our economy,creating new jobs, helping middle-class families regain a sense of stabilityand security so they can find good jobs and make sure that their kids are doingeven better than they did -- that’s always been what America is about, but fortoo many people, that sense that you can make it here if you try, that sensehas been slipping away. And my drivingfocus has been to restore that sense of security, and it should be Washington’sfocus, regardless of party. That’s whateverybody in Washington should be thinking about every day. So today, I want to just offer acouple of ideas about what we could do right now together that would help oureconomy -- right now. Now, the good newsis, over the past 44 months our businesses have created 7.8 million newjobs. Since I took office, we’ve cut thedeficits in half. (Applause.) That’s right. By the way, you wouldn’t know this sometimes listening to folks on TV,but the deficits are going down, they’re not going up. They’ve been cut in half. (Applause.) And they keep on going down. Over the past three years, healthcare costs have risen at the slowest pace on record. Exports are up. The housing market is up. The American auto industry is roaring back. So we’ve got a lot of good things to buildon, but we’ve got a lot more work to do. And what we should start doing, the first thing we should do is stopdoing things that undermine our businesses and our economy over the past fewyears -- this constant cycle of manufactured crises and self-inflicted woundsthat have been coming out of Washington. For example, we learned yesterdaythat over the summer, our economy grew at its fastest pace in a year. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the very day that theeconomic quarter ended, some folks in Washington decided to shut down thegovernment and threatened to default on America’s obligations for the firsttime in more than 200 years. And it’slike the gears of our economy, every time they are just about to take off,suddenly somebody taps the brakes and says, “Not so fast.”AUDIENCE MEMBER: Tell it! (Laughter.)THE PRESIDENT: Now, our businesses are resilient. We’ve got great workers. And so, as a consequence, we added about200,000 new jobs last month. But there’sno question that the shutdown harmed our jobs market. The unemployment rate still ticked up. And we don’t yet know all the data for thisfinal quarter of the year, but it could be down because of what happened inWashington. Now, that makes nosense. These self-inflicted wounds don’thave to happen. They should not happenagain. We should not be injuringourselves every few months -- we should be investing in ourselves. We should be building, not tearing thingsdown. Rather than refighting the sameold battles again and again and again, we should be fighting to make sureeverybody who works hard in America and hard right here in New Orleans, thatthey have a chance to get ahead. That’swhat we should be focused on. (Applause.)Which brings me to one of thereasons I’m here at this port. One ofthe things we should be focused on is helping more businesses sell moreproducts to the rest of the world. Andthe only way those products get out is through facilities like this. Right now, exports are one of the brightestspots in our economy. Thanks in part tonew trade deals that we signed with countries like Panama and Colombia andSouth Korea, we now export more goods and services than ever before. And that means jobs right here in the edStates of America.Last year, every billion inexports supports nearly 5,000 jobs, including jobs right here at this port. So we’re working on new trade deals that willmean more jobs for our workers, and more business for ports like this one.201501/351658蚌埠双眼皮

蚌埠黑脸娃娃价格And, if that wasnt bad enough, of course,如果这还不算太糟糕的话,当然all of this is rapidly progressing towards the fact that我们很快可以看到另一个数据many of you, in fact, about one in 10 of you at this point,很多人,事实上,大约10个人当中就有1个will die in intensive care.会死在ICU中。In the U.S., its one in five.而在美国,这个数字是每5个人当中有1个。In Miami, its three out of five people die in intensive care.在迈阿密,这个数字是每5个人当中有3个。So this is the sort of momentum这就是我们目前所看到的that weve got at the moment.发展势头。The reason why this is all happening is due to this,事情会变成这个样子主要是因为这个。and I do have to take you through what this is about.而我要带领大家去一起探讨一下其原因。These are the four ways to go. 21世纪主要有四种死亡形式。So one of these will happen to all of us.我们所有人都会以其中的一种形式死去。The ones you may know most about are the ones人们最熟知的死亡方式that are becoming increasingly of historical interest:也是越来越引起我们关注的一种死亡方式sudden death.猝死。Its quite likely in an audience this size在我们这样的观众群中,this wont happen to anybody here.可能不会有这种死亡。Sudden death has become very rare.猝死现在已经很少见了。The death of Little Nell and Cordelia and all that sort of stuff像Little Nell或Condelia那样猝死的案例just doesnt happen anymore.现在已经很少了。The dying process of those with terminal illness现在因为患绝症而死亡的病人that weve just seen正如我们刚才看到的一样,occurs to younger people.在年轻人中的发病率越来越高了。By the time youve reached 80, this is unlikely to happen to you.到你80岁,这也不可能发生在你身上。Only one in 10 people who are over 80 will die of cancer.现在80岁年龄层中只有10%的人死于癌症。The big growth industry are these.而造成死亡最多的因素主要在以下几个方面。What you die of is increasing organ failure,越来越多的人死于器官功能衰竭with your respiratory, cardiac, renal,如呼吸和心、肾功能衰竭等等。whatever organs packing up. Each of these不管以上那个器官出了问题would be an admission to an acute care hospital,病人都要紧急送院治疗,at the end of which, or at some point during which,到最后,或者在治疗过程中的某一时间上somebody says, enough is enough, and we stop.直到有人对我们说不用治了,我们才放弃。And this ones the biggest growth industry of all,这是我们见得最多的案例,and at least six out of 10 of the people in this room每10个在这里听演讲的人中就会有6个will die in this form, which is将会以这种方式结束我们的一生,the dwindling of capacity这是因为功能的缺失with increasing frailty,造成的生命的脆弱,and frailtys an inevitable part of aging,而脆弱是老龄化不可避免的进程,and increasing frailty is in fact the main thing而脆弱事实上就是that people die of now,现代人死亡的主要原因,and the last few years, or the last year of your life你生命的最后一年或几年时间is spent with a great deal of disability, unfortunately.你都会在能力缺失中度过,这太不幸了。Enjoying it so far?你们还承受得住么?Sorry, I just feel such a, I feel such a Cassandra here.对不起,我怎么成了一个卡珊德拉式的预言家了呢。What can I say thats positive? Whats positive is但积极的一面是that this is happening at very great age, now.这只发生在老年人当中。We are all, most of us, living to reach this point.我们大家也都会经历这一时期的。You know, historically, we didnt do that.要知道,以住要活到这么长的人不多的。This is what happens to you这种死亡方式when you live to be a great age,只会发生在那些高龄人身上,and unfortunately, increasing longevity does mean不幸的是,寿命的延长more old age, not more youth.延长的不是青春,而是老年的时光。Im sorry to say that.很遗憾这样说。What we did, anyway, look, what we did,不管怎么说,我们所做的we didnt just take this lying down我们并不仅仅指那些at John Hunter Hospital and elsewhere.在John Hunter医院逝去的人或在其它地方死去的人。Weve started a whole series of projects我们已经开始一系列的项目to try and look about whether we could, in fact, involve尝试去了解我们能否让更多的人people much more in the way that things happen to them.参与到那些可能发生到他们身上去的事。But we realized, of course, that we are dealing然而,我们当然意识到with cultural issues,我们要应对一些文化层面的问题,and this is, I love this Klimt painting,我喜欢这张克里姆特的画,because the more you look at it, the more you kind of get这是因为,你越看它,the whole issue thats going on here,你越能了解发生在这里的一切,which is clearly the separation of death from the living,而这明显是一种死与生,and the fear.Like, if you actually look,和恐惧的分隔。比如说,如果你仔细看的话,theres one woman there你会发现有个女人who has her eyes open.她的眼睛是睁着的。Shes the one hes looking at,他在看着她,and shes the one hes coming for. Can you see that?他就是冲着她来的。你们看到了吗?She looks terrified.她看起来很惊恐。Its an amazing picture.这是一幅很不错的画。Anyway, we had a major cultural issue.另外,我们还有一个主要的文化层面的问题。201507/388184 Now, I could make a game called Piecraft,现在,我可以做一个游戏名为《馅饼争霸》where all you had to do was get a million pies or a thousand pies.在里面你要做的所有事就是得到一百万个馅饼或者一千个馅饼That would be very boring.那会变得很无趣Fifteen is a pretty optimal number.15是个最佳的数字You find that -- you know, between five and 20 is about the right number for keeping people going.你得到--你知道,在5和20之间这是维持人们进行的恰当的数字But we dont just have pies in the boxes.但我们在箱子里找到的不只是馅饼。Theres 100 percent up here.这点我敢百分百肯定。And what we do is make sure that every time a box is opened,我们要做的就是保每次一个箱子被打开theres something in it, some little reward that keeps people progressing and engaged.都有一些东西在里面,一些小奖励它能促使人们前进并参与活动In most adventure games,在大多数冒险游戏中its a little bit in-game currency, a little bit experience.会是一些游戏币,一些经验值But we dont just do that either.但我们也并不只做这些We also say theres going to be loads of other items我们还说将会加载其他物品of varying qualities and levels of excitement.它们具备各种属性和等级Theres going to be a 10 percent chance you get a pretty good item.你得到一个非常好的东西的几率是百分之十Theres going to be a 0.1 percent chance you get an absolutely awesome item.将会有千分之一的几率你能得到一个绝对超棒的物品And each of these rewards is carefully calibrated to the item.每一个奖励都被仔细和物品校准And also, we say,并且,我们假设;Well, how many monsters? Should I have the entire world full of a billion monsters?;“好的,需要多少怪物?我要用十亿个怪物把整个世界装满吗?”No, we want one or two monsters on the screen at any one time.不,我们每次在屏幕场景中放一或两个怪物So Im drawn on. Its not too easy, not too difficult.所以我描述了,这既不很简单,也不很难So all this is very powerful.所以这一切都非常有力But were in virtuality. These arent real boxes.但我们在虚拟世界里,那些不是真的箱子So we can do some rather amazing things.所以我们可以做一些更加令人惊奇的事We notice, looking at all these people opening boxes,我们发现,看着所有这些人打开箱子that when people get to about 13 out of 15 pies,当人们得到大约13到15个馅饼的时候their perception shifts, they start to get a bit bored, a bit testy.他们的感觉变化了,他们开始觉得有点无趣,有点急躁Theyre not rational about probability.他们对待概率并不理性They think this game is unfair.他们觉得这个游戏不公平Its not giving me my last two pies. Im going to give up.它仍没有给我最后两个馅饼,我要放弃了If theyre real boxes, theres not much we can do,如果这些箱子都是真的的,我们就无能为力but in a game we can just say, ;Right, well.但是在游戏中我们可以就这样说,“是的,好吧”When you get to 13 pies, youve got 75 percent chance of getting a pie now.;当你得到13个馅饼的时候,你得到馅饼的机率会成为75%Keep you engaged. Look at what people do --让你继续前进,观察人们如何玩游戏— —adjust the world to match their expectation.调整世界以符合他们的期望Our games dont always do this.我们的游戏并不一直做这些事情And one thing they certainly do at the moment is if you got a 0.1 percent awesome item,但眼下有一件事情是他们必定做的就是,如果你得到了千分之一几率的超棒物品they make very sure another one doesnt appear for a certain length of time它们绝对保在一段时间里不会出现另一个to keep the value, to keep it special.以保持它的价值,保它的独特性And the point is really that we evolved to be satisfied by the world in particular ways.关键在于我们进化去适应世界的需要以一种特殊的方式Over tens and hundreds of thousands of years,历经了几千几万年we evolved to find certain things stimulating,我们进化去找一些刺激的事and as very intelligent, civilized beings,作为高等智能,社会化的人were enormously stimulated by problem solving and learning.我们受到解决问题和学习过程极大地激发But now, we can reverse engineer that and build worlds但现在,我们可以逆反这一过程并建造世界that expressly tick our evolutionary boxes.明确地对我们的进化发展进行评估So what does all this mean in practice?所有这些对现实有什么意义?Well, Ive come up with seven things that, I think, show好的,我将提出7件事,我觉得能体现how you can take these lessons from games and use them outside of games.从游戏中你怎样学到这些经验然后把它们运用到游戏之外201511/410950蚌埠市中医医院胎记多少钱固镇县面部除皱纹费用

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