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2019年07月21日 21:46:18 | 作者:百姓大夫 | 来源:新华社
We have all despaired at our loss over the past week and only the strength of the message you gave us through your years of giving has afforded us the strength to move forward.一个星期以来,我们全家都生活在痛失亲人的绝望中,惟有你多年慷慨留下的信心和力量才让我们有力量继续走下去。There is a temptation to rush to canonize your memory. There is no need to do so. You stand tall enough as a human being of unique qualities not to need to be seen as a saint. Indeed, to sanctify your memory would be to miss out on the very core of your being, your wonderfully mischievous sense of humor, with a laugh that bent you double. Your joy for life transmitted wherever you took your smile and the sparkle in those unforgettable eyes. Your boundless energy which you could barely contain.人们试图匆匆圣化对你的回忆,没有必要这样做。作为一个有杰出品质的人,你已经站得很高了,没有必要被看作圣人。的确,圣化对你的回忆就是忽视你最本质的东西。无论什么时候,你那奇妙的、带点调皮的、忍俊不禁的诙谐,你那令人难忘的微笑闪烁的眼神,总把生活的欢愉带给别人,你旺盛不竭的精力超过你身体所能承受的限度。But your greatest gift was your intuition and it was a gift you used wisely. This is what underpinned all your other wonderful attributes and if we look to analyze what it was about you that had such a wide appeal we find it in your instinctive feel for what was really important in all our lives.你最大的天赋是天生待人处事的贤淑,这个天赋你运用得恰到好处。你的其他种种的优良品性就是从这个天性衍生出来的。如果我们试着分析你怎么有这样巨大的吸引力,我们就会找到,就在于你对我们生命中真正重要的东西有同情心。Without your God-given sensitivity we would be immersed in greater ignorance at the anguish of AIDS and HIV sufferers, the plight of the homeless, the isolation of lepers, the random destruction of landmines.如果没有你那天赐的敏感,今天我们对艾滋病病人的痛苦,对无家可归的人的窘境,对麻疯病患者被孤立的感觉,对被地雷随意杀伤的人的不幸,要冷漠得多。 /201310/259629Hi, everybody.Over the past year, more than 10 million Americans have gained the financial security and peace of mind that comes with health insurance.大家好!过去一年里,有超过1000万人获得了医疗保险,这一保障为他们带来了经济上的安全感和心理上的安定感。More than seven million people enrolled in affordable coverage by visiting HealthCare.gov, or going to the marketplace in their state.On average, theyre paying just 82 a month for coverage.有700多万人通过访问HealthCare.gov网站注册或者是访问各州的网上医保市场获得平价医疗保障。人们平均每月花82美元就可以获得相应保障。For a lot of people, thats less than a cell phone bill or a cable bill.对多数人而言,这比一个月的手机费或有线电视费都要低。Insurance companies can no longer deny you coverage just because you have a preexisting condition, and they now have to cover free preventive care like checkups and mammograms.保险公司也不能因为你的既往病史而拒绝为你投保,他们现在必须提供诸如体检,透视检查之类的预防性免费保障项目。If you missed your chance to get covered last year, heres the good news.Starting November 15th, today, you can go online or call 1-800-318-2596 and get covered for 2015.如果你去年错过了参保机会,那么现在好消息到了。从11月15日开始,也就是今天,你可以通过访问网站,或致电1-800-318-2596投保2015年的医疗保险。And weve spent the last year improving and upgrading HealthCare.gov, to make it faster and easier to use.过去一年我们对HealthCare.gov网站进行了大量优化升级,现在访问速度更快,也更方便。If you aly buy insurance through the online marketplace, now is the time to take a look at some new options for next year.如果你已经通过网上医保市场购买了保险,现在你也可以上去看看今年新增的一些项目。You might be able to save more money, or find a plan that fits your familys needs even better than the one youve got now.你也许可以节省更多的钱,或者选到比当前已有的计划更适合你家庭需求的保险计划。If you havent signed up for insurance yet, this is your chance.如果你还没有在保险市场注册,现在就是难得的机会。Odds are, youll qualify for tax credits to help you afford it.更难得的是,购买保险还可以获得免税资格,帮你节约出。But this window wont stay open forever.但这一时间窗口不是永久有效的。You only have three months to shop for plans, so its worth starting right away.大家只有三个月的时间来购买自己的保险计划,所以做好现在就开始。And it might make a big difference for your familys bottom line.这将为大家的家庭保障带来巨大变化。Last year, I got an email from a woman named Amy Williams, in Augusta, Georgia.去年,我收到一封信,是乔治亚州奥古斯塔市一位名叫艾米?威廉姆斯的女士写的。She and her husband are self-employed in the trucking business.For years, they paid about 1,200 a month for their health insurance.Then they checked out HealthCare.gov.They found a plan with coverage they liked, and it was way less expensive.She says that theyve saved around 13,000 on their premiums this year alone.她和她丈夫是做个体运输的。多年来,他们每月要为购买医疗保险出将近1200美元。去年他们在HealthCare.gov网站上算了一笔帐,他们选择了一份他们中意的保险方案,花的钱却要少得多。她说,他们今年一年在保险费上就节约了差不多1.3万美元。Stories like Amys are why we fought so hard to pass the Affordable Care Act.To help more families breathe a little easier.In part because this law is working, health care prices have grown at their slowest rate in nearly 50 years.And this year, insurance premiums for families who are covered through an employer grew at a rate tied for the lowest on record.像艾米家这样的故事很多,这正是我们千辛万苦也要通过《平价医疗保险法》的初衷。为了帮助更多家庭减轻压力,一定程度上,正是有了这部法律的实施,医疗保险的价格增长速度降到了50年来的最低水平。今年,对由雇主购买保险的家庭而言,保险费的增长率是有史以来最低的。So sp the word.Tell your friends and family members to get covered.Talk to folks in your church or your classroom.Tell them to take a few minutes to check out Healthcare.gov, CuidadoDeSalud.gov, or call 1-800-318-2596-it can make a big difference in their lives.Let them know that its easy, its affordable, and that they have just three months, starting today, November 15th, to sign up.Together, we can make sure that even more of America gets covered in the year ahead.因此,请大家相互转告,告诉你们的亲朋好友参保。告诉教会的教友,学校的同窗,告诉他们花点时间去HealthCare.gov、CuidadoSalud.gov网站上看看,或者致电1-800-318-2596,一定会给他们的生活带来巨大改变的。让他们知道,这样买医保方便,价格合理,时间仅限三个月,所以今天就开始,11月15日,抓紧时间注册。最后,让我们团结起来,让更多美国人民为未来的一年获得医疗保险。Thanks, and have a great weekend.谢谢大家,祝你们周末愉快。 201411/343257I 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201511/412209And if you doubt that think about the parable of Kodak and Hewlett Packard, Kodak was a company that in 1999 set on the huge pair of profit in the traditional photography business, thats in 5 years later, that business was drifting away, because a new technology had transformed an entire industry, all of you have cell phones you all take pictures with them. And that happened in about 5 years, when Kodak finally announced... with all due respect to anyone who is here who works for Kodak, when Kodak finally announced, OK, we get it, were going to now move to the new digital edge, were going to deemphasize our traditional business. The market said, ;Yeah, thats the right decision everybody accepted it;. It was too late and Kodak brand may survive,but its not clear the company will. On the other hand, when we undertook the merger with Compaq, very few people saw it, the fact that technology industry maybe had to consolidate was been viewed as heresy, the fact that scope and skill mattered, the fact that we could actually compete against Dell, the fact that maybe we could overcome IBM as the largest technology company in the world, by the way, these all goals all things were said way back to 2001, they seemed like hubris and naivety, and looking back now, its clear the industry had to consolidate. Its clear that HP is competing against DeLL and IBM. At the time that we announced Compaq merger, I told the board of both companies the stock will drop, HP stock will drop 20%, and it dropped 23%. I was the close.如果你怀疑,可以想一想柯达和惠普:1999年柯达公司坐拥传统摄影业的金矿,五年过后,这个业务渐渐低落,因为新科技改变了整个业界。大家都有手机,都用手机拍照,这是近五年来的事情。这里不是对在座的哪一位柯达员工不敬,当柯达最后宣布:“我们知道了,我们也要进入新数码时代,不再强调传统业务了。”市场回应:“好啊,这是正确的决定,大家都接受。”但为时已晚,可能柯达这一品牌还在延续,但不清楚企业能否生存下去。另一方面,当我们和康柏合并只有极少数人认为科技产业合并是理所当然的。事实上,规模和范围是重要的,我们可以和戴尔竞争,我们甚至可以超越IBM成为全球最大的科技公司。顺便说一下,这全是我们在2001年提出的目标。当然这些目标看似傲慢天真。现在回顾起来很清楚,这个产业需要合并,这样惠普才可以跟戴尔和IBM竞争。宣布惠普与康柏合并时,我吿知两个企业的董事,股价会下跌,惠普股票会下跌20%,实际上下跌了23%,和我预测的差不多。201408/319639

这是第一次,,Keith Barry告诉我们的大脑如何愚弄我们的身体 ,现在这个表演可以通过podcast收看。他还邀请了观众参与令人瞠目结舌(甚至有点危险)的大脑魔术表演。201505/374953

I would like to share with you a new model of higher education,a model that, once expanded,can enhance the collective intelligence of millions of creative and motivated individuals that otherwise would be left behind.我想和你们分享一种全新的高等教育模式,这一模式一旦发展起来,能提升数以百万计的有创造力和上进心的个人的集体智慧,而没有这一模式的话这些人可能会被甩在后面。Look at the world.看看这个世界。Pick up a place and focus on it.任选一个地方并聚焦于此。You will find humans chasing higher education.你会发现人们正在追寻高等教育。Lets meet some of them.让我们来认识其中的一些人。Patrick.帕特里克。Patrick was born in Liberia to a family of 20 children.帕特里克出生于利比里亚一个有20个孩子的家庭。During the civil war, he and his family were forced to flee to Nigeria.在内战期间,他和他的家庭被迫逃离去尼日利亚。There, in spite of his situation,he graduated high school with nearly perfect grades.在那里,尽管处境恶劣,他依然以近乎满分的成绩高中毕业。He wanted to continue to higher education,他想要继续接受高等教育,but due to his family living on the poverty line,he was soon sent to South Africa to work and send back money to feed his family.但是由于他的家庭生活在贫困线上,他不久后被送至南非工作,寄钱回家供养他的家人。Patrick never gave up his dream of higher education.帕特里克从未放弃他的高等教育之梦。Late at night, after work,he surfed the Net looking for ways to study. 结束工作后的深夜里,他在网上寻找各种途径来学习。Meet Debbie.来认识一下黛比,Debbie is from Florida.黛比来自佛罗里达。Her parents didnt go to college,and neither did any of her siblings. 她的父母没有上过大学,她的兄弟也都没有。Debbie has worked all her life,pays taxes, supports herself month to month,proud of the American dream,a dream that just wont be complete without higher education. 黛比生活的全部就是工作,缴税,每月维持自己的生计,以美国梦为荣,但是没有高等教育的话这个梦并不完整。But Debbie doesnt have the savings for higher education.但是黛比没有足够的积蓄来负担高等教育。She cant pay the tuition.她付不起学费。Neither could she leave work.她也不能抛开工作。Meet Wael.来认识一下瓦伊尔。201507/389480

The only problem was, the meeting occurred at the same time as my daughters first big trip away from home. It was a big moment for her and her friends—to go on a multiple day trip—and my daughter needed me to be there.唯一的问题是,这次会见的时间正好是我女儿第一次离家去旅行,这对她和她的朋友们很重要,她希望参加几天的旅行,更需要我和她在一起。What should I do. There was never a doubt in my mind. The president wouldnt know if I was there or not. But my daughter would. So I went to the bus with her and I never looked back. It didnt affect Avon that I didnt go to the White House. But I also tell women that it is even all right if your job does sometimes come second to your personal priorities. Sometimes the job is more important.. But sometimes your family has to be more important.我怎么办?其实我心里从来没有犹豫。总统并不知道我是否在场,但我女儿需要我的陪伴。所以我义无反顾地和她一起去了车站。不去白宫不会影响雅芳。但我也要告诉女性朋友,有时候你的工作排在你的私人事情之后是完全可以的。有时候,工作更重要,但有时候,你的家庭更重要。There are two final qualities of distinguished leadership that I want to share with you today. These may be the most important qualities of all and how lucky we are that both are a fundamental part of our Chinese culture—something we all learn from our parents virtually from the day we are born.我今天和你们分享的最后两点优秀领导力的特质可能是所有特质中最重要的,而我们如此幸运,因为这两点都是我们中华民族文化的根基,是我们几乎从出生那天起就开始向父母学习的。First is Perseverance. Im talking about simple hard work and a commitment to stay the course even when times are tough. In todays fast-pace business environment, unexpected challenges come at you from all directions, with no end in sight. Sometimes I articles about myself and my career path and it makes it sound so easy.第一是坚持。我所谈的是最基本的努力工作和面临困境时也能如此的信念。在如今快节奏的商业环境下,意料之外的挑战来自四面八方,看不到劲头。有时候我读一些关于我和我职业生涯的文章,看上去好像一切都很容易。 /201304/233516

Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, my fellow Americans:Tonight marks the eighth year Ive come here to report on the State of the Union. And for this final one, Im going to try to make it shorter. I know some of you are antsy to get back to Iowa.I also understand that because its an election season, expectations for what well achieve this year are low. Still, Mr. Speaker, I appreciate the constructive approach you and the other leaders took at the end of last year to pass a budget and make tax cuts permanent for working families. So I hope we can work together this year on bipartisan priorities like criminal justice reform, and helping people who are battling prescription drug abuse. We just might surprise the cynics again.But tonight, I want to go easy on the traditional list of proposals for the year ahead. Dont worry, Ive got plenty, from helping students learn to write computer code to personalizing medical treatments for patients. And Ill keep pushing for progress on the work that still needs doing. Fixing a broken immigration system. Protecting our kids from gun violence. Equal pay for equal work, paid leave, raising the minimum wage. All these things still matter to hardworking families; they are still the right thing to do; and I will not let up until they get done.But for my final address to this chamber, I dont want to talk just about the next year. I want to focus on the next five years, ten years, and beyond.I want to focus on our future.We live in a time of extraordinary change – change thats reshaping the way we live, the way we work, our planet and our place in the world. Its change that promises amazing medical breakthroughs, but also economic disruptions that strain working families. It promises education for girls in the most remote villages, but also connects terrorists plotting an ocean away. Its change that can broaden opportunity, or widen inequality. And whether we like it or not, the pace of this change will only accelerate.America has been through big changes before – wars and depression, the influx of immigrants, workers fighting for a fair deal, and movements to expand civil rights. Each time, there have been those who told us to fear the future; who claimed we could slam the brakes on change, promising to restore past glory if we just got some group or idea that was threatening America under control. And each time, we overcame those fears. We did not, in the words of Lincoln, adhere to the “dogmas of the quiet past.” Instead we thought anew, and acted anew. We made change work for us, always extending Americas promise outward, to the next frontier, to more and more people. And because we did – because we saw opportunity where others saw only peril – we emerged stronger and better than before.What was true then can be true now. Our unique strengths as a nation – our optimism and work ethic, our spirit of discovery and innovation, our diversity and commitment to the rule of law – these things give us everything we need to ensure prosperity and security for generations to come.In fact, its that spirit that made the progress of these past seven years possible. Its how we recovered from the worst economic crisis in generations. Its how we reformed our health care system, and reinvented our energy sector; how we delivered more care and benefits to our troops and veterans, and how we secured the freedom in every state to marry the person we love.But such progress is not inevitable. It is the result of choices we make together. And we face such choices right now. Will we respond to the changes of our time with fear, turning inward as a nation, and turning against each other as a people? Or will we face the future with confidence in who we are, what we stand for, and the incredible things we can do together?So lets talk about the future, and four big questions that we as a country have to answer – regardless of who the next President is, or who controls the next Congress.First, how do we give everyone a fair shot at opportunity and security in this new economy?Second, how do we make technology work for us, and not against us – especially when it comes to solving urgent challenges like climate change?Third, how do we keep America safe and lead the world without becoming its policeman?And finally, how can we make our politics reflect whats best in us, and not whats worst?Let me start with the economy, and a basic fact: the ed States of America, right now, has the strongest, most durable economy in the world. Were in the middle of the longest streak of private-sector job creation in history. More than 14 million new jobs; the strongest two years of job growth since the ‘90s; an unemployment rate cut in half. Our auto industry just had its best year ever. Manufacturing has created nearly 900,000 new jobs in the past six years. And weve done all this while cutting our deficits by almost three-quarters.Anyone claiming that Americas economy is in decline is peddling fiction. What is true – and the reason that a lot of Americans feel anxious – is that the economy has been changing in profound ways, changes that started long before the Great Recession hit and havent let up. Today, technology doesnt just replace jobs on the assembly line, but any job where work can be automated. Companies in a global economy can locate anywhere, and face tougher competition. As a result, workers have less leverage for a raise. Companies have less loyalty to their communities. And more and more wealth and income is concentrated at the very top.201601/422172

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