Chen Kun is a very sensitive, delicate, high-performance, showing a unique melancholy
temperament. Even playing the soft role of “Yuhua Tian” can surprise many girls.
Recently, when Chen Kun participated in an event, fans and passers-by all knew that Chen Kun would appear.
Everyone was surrounded by three layers of interior and three layers of periphery. When Chen Kun appeared under the
protection of staff and bodyguards, the crowd immediately burst into excitement. Everyone was calling Chen Kun’s name,
hoping that the idol could see his side. Chen Kun wore a black down suit that day. His long black hair was also pinched by a black hairpin. As he walked, he folded his hands together to thank the fans for their enthusiasm.
At first, Chen Kun followed the staff. When he was halfway there, a passer-by shouted, “Yang Kun, how handsome!” As a result, Chen Kun, who had already taken several steps, turned around and corrected the passers-by seriously: Chen Kun, not Yang Kun.
Chen Kun’s serious corrective expression not only made passers-by laugh, but also the assistant beside Chen Kun could not help laughing.
Chen Kun corrected the mistake and looked at the passer-by with a firm eye. Then he was pulled forward by the assistant.
The passer-by nodded and laughed. Estimate is also a slip of the tongue, although Yang Kun and Chen Kun
are only one word apart, are also stars, but the difference in appearance is several grades.
On the evening of the 27th, Chen Kunfawen responded suspiciously to the video with the wrong name and wrote,
“When the plane landed, they turned on their mobile phones. I just got up.
I was a little embarrassed to hear my voice in a video. The other party looked up and stayed there for a while.
Suddenly he laughed, and I laughed embarrassingly. The beauty of life lies in coincidence.”
I didn’t expect Chen Kun to be such a real person in private, but do fans like Chen Kun also have new skills to stop idols?
Life is full of surprise and happiness.
Knowing how to treat things
with the eyes of looking for
beauty can always find many happy things.
The time of Shanghai Metro passenger’s death actually happened yesterday.
Many local people should have known about the accident at that time. Especially the people who witnessed the life and death at the scene at that time could hardly sleep well last night after witnessing the scene.
Today, the subway accident got on the hot search, because many people don’t know the truth as much as I do. And we commuters often take the subway to and from work,
so when we see such keywords, we will naturally point in to see the process of the incident, whether it is caused by the passengers’ignorance of safety or what happened to the train.
Although the number of injured in a train accident is usually not the same, we still want to know exactly. Originally, the reason for this incident was that the passengers overturned the electric railings without authorization. The driver of the train immediately took emergency
braking measures when he found out, but when the train stopped, it had already crossed two passenger compartments. The passenger was thus stuck between the No. 29 electric railing gate and the train. When 120 arrived, the passenger was declared dead directly.
In that instant, a vivid life passed before your eyes. No one knows why she has to climb over the railings and no one has time to organize her unsafe behavior. Other trains were delayed
because of the accident, reminding the public to arrange their own itinerary.
Subway is indeed a good way to travel, which not only greatly reduces our time cost, but also requires relatively low transportation costs. Even if you take a taxi, there will be no subway to get to your destination faster, and it will cost less.
There are not many metro cities in China, because there are many rigid conditions to meet the standards. I also choose to travel by subway every day when I live in Chengdu, because this
way I can not only go straight at two o’clock, but also only take more than ten minutes. Compared with an hour on the bus, it really greatly facilitates my life. Although buses are cheaper, going out half an hour late every day must be a great happiness for office workers like us, especially in the cold winter.
It is not the first time that passengers broke the safety door, but it is the first time that such casualties have occurred. Those who ignore warnings and safety tips always think it’s okay,
as long as they break it, the door won’t close. However, it is neglected that the subway is not a bus, and the length and operation of the subway are essentially different from that of the bus.
The last time I saw this scene on Chengdu Metro Line 2, two ethnic minorities from other places, they are a man and a woman. It is not clear what kind of relationship they have. At the moment of
the subway closing, the man broke the door with his bare hands and was stuck in the middle when he failed to break it for the second time. At this time, he was dragged out directly by
the security guards outside the door. The reason is that the female companion along the way has been on the subway, and the female companion has not prevented him from such dangerous behavior.
There are many unexpected accidents in life, but dangerous actions like this are self-inflicted. Not every ignorance can be favored by luck, so please exercise self-discipline first. Don’t add more risks to your life or cause other people’s losses because of your irrational behavior. Be a civilized driver when driving, an old driver who does not violate the rules when driving, and a social
person who obeys the rules and regulations in life.
If each of us manages our own emotions and
behaviors well, then the society
will naturally be more harmonious and happy.
This time I went to Hengdian to shoot a movie and cheat my wife to take you with me. It’s so happy that I’ve been with you for more than 20 days and 24 hours.
In order to take you there conveniently, I can only tell you that you are my assistant. Instead of filming, I’ll take you to Wenzhou and Yiwu to play. I’ve kept you for so many years. You’ve always called me husband. As long as you are happy,
I’m willing to do anything. All the friends around you know that you exist. This time, I take you to the theatre, that is to say, I want others to know that you are my woman. In order to accommodate you, I did not fly directly to Hong Kong, but accompanied you to fly to Shenzhen. Then I return to Hong Kong, I can not leave you. For you, I can not leave my family wife and children, although I am more than 30 years older than you, but as long as you do not leave. I’d like to spend as much money on you as I can every month, because I miss you and I have to talk to you on video every day before I go home.
The picture is a picture of a video of a suspected derailed woman posted on Xiaolong Liang’s Weibo.
At present, Liang Xiaolong’s micro-blog has deleted this micro-blog, the latest one is the Mid-Autumn Festival blessings released on September 23.
Although it was written by Liang Xiaolong’s micro-blog, some netizens questioned that Liang Xiaolong’s last micro-blog was sufficient to prove that he used traditional characters, but this micro-blog admitted to derailment was all simplified characters, suspected of being framed by stolen numbers, but some netizens thought that Xiaosan was released for the sake of his superior.
As for Bruce Leung, we are familiar with him. Since the 1970s, Bruce Leung and Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Dillon have been called the “Four Little Dragons” in Hong Kong’s performing arts circle,
which proves his accomplishments in action movies. In addition, Bruce Leung has also played “Huo Yuanjia” and “Chen Zhen” in the north and south of the
Yangtze River, and the most familiar roles of mainland audiences must be those of mainland audiences. The biggest villain in Zhou Xingchi’s film Kungfu is the evil spirit of fire cloud.
But what many people don’t know is that in the mid-1980s, Liang Xiaolong was invited to the Mainland for cultural exchanges after he finished filming The Four Great Names. In an interview with Taiwanese media at that time, Liang
Xiaolong also said, “This is the first time in my life that I have set foot in my motherland. The audience is warm and friendly to me like a relative, which makes me deeply moved. As a Chinese, I am silent. I wish the motherland the best of luck in its economic development.
As a Zhongshan native in Guangdong, Liang Xiaolong’s remarks have no problem. But it is surprising that Taiwan’s “free trade union” immediately found him, asked him to write a confession letter, and wanted him to publicly express statements that
are not conducive to the reunification of the motherland. Bloody Fang Gang’s Liang Xiaolong refused this unreasonable request, but since then his films can no longer enter Taiwan, and film and television personnel in Taiwan no longer dare to find him to shoot films, Liang Xiaolong had to take a rest and do some business in food, automobile parts and so on. Until Taiwan’s opening ban in 1991, Liang Xiaolong starred in the local “Wulang Bagua stick”. 。
Liang Xiaolong’s emotional life is also quite rich. In 1975, Liang Xiaolong married Li Ailian and had a daughter. But after divorce, her daughter’s custody was awarded to her ex-wife. With her busy work, Liang Xiaolong did not have any contact with her older daughter and ex-wife. In 1994, Liang Xiaolong knew a 20-year-old woman, Song Qian, who married the next year, and Song Qian was born to Liang Xiaolong after marriage. Next son and daughter, and under the influence of Xiaolong Liang, practicing martial arts from an early age.
Of course, from what we know now, it is not enough to fully prove that the rumor of
Liang Xiaolong’s derailment is true. Specifically,
we should wait for my real response,
whether he was derailed or framed,
and we will eat melon slowly.
Perot brought to NeXT something that was almost as valuable as his $20 million lifeline: He was a quotable, spirited cheerleader for the company, who could lend it an air of credibility among grown-ups. “In terms of a startup
company, it’s one that carries the least risk of any I’ve seen in 25 years in the computer industry,” he told the New York Times. “We’ve had some
sophisticated people see the hardware—it blew them away. Steve and his whole NeXT team are the darnedest bunch of perfectionists I’ve ever seen.”
Perot also traveled in rarefied social and business circles that complemented Jobs’s own. He took Jobs to a black-tie dinner dance in San Francisco that Gordon and Ann Getty gave for King Juan Carlos I of Spain. When the king
asked Perot whom he should meet, Perot immediately produced Jobs. They were soon engaged in what Perot later described as “electric conversation,” with Jobs animatedly describing the next wave in computing. At the end the
king scribbled a note and handed it to Jobs. “What happened?” Perot asked. Jobs answered, “I sold him a computer.”
These and other stories were incorporated into the mythologized story of Jobs that Perot told wherever he went. At a briefing at the National Press Club in Washington, he spun Jobs’s life story into a Texas-size yarn about a young man
so poor he couldn’t afford to go to college, working in his garage at night, playing with computer chips, which was his hobby, and his dad—who looks like a character out of a Norman Rockwell painting—comes in one day and
said, “Steve, either make something you can sell or go get a job.” Sixty days later, in a wooden box that his dad made for him, the first Apple
computer was created.
And this high school
changed the world.
Their first substantive disagreement was over how to price the Macintosh. It had been conceived as a $1,000 machine, but Jobs’s design changes had pushed up the cost so that the plan was to sell it at $1,995. However, when
Jobs and Sculley began making plans for a huge launch and marketing push, Sculley decided that they needed to charge $500 more. To him, the marketing costs were like any other production cost and needed to be factored into the price.
atmosphere. In the front of the meeting room, Jobs sat on the floor in the lotus position absentmindedly playing with the toes of his bare feet. Sculley tried to impose an agenda; he wanted to discuss how to differentiate their
products—the Apple II, Apple III, Lisa, and Mac—and whether it made sense to organize the company around product lines or markets or functions. But the discussion descended into a free-for-all of random ideas, complaints, and debates.
perfect for Apple, and Apple deserves the best.” He added that never before had he worked for someone he really respected, but he knew that Sculley was the person who could teach him the most. Jobs gave him his unblinking stare.
Sculley uttered one last demurral, a token suggestion that maybe they should just be friends and he could offer Jobs advice from the sidelines. “Any time you’re in New York, I’d love to spend time with you.” He later recounted the
climactic moment: “Steve’s head dropped as he stared at his feet. After a weighty, uncomfortable pause, he issued a challenge that would haunt me for
days. ‘Do you want to spend the rest of your life selling sugared water, or do you want a chance to change the world?’”
Sculley felt as if he had been punched in the stomach. There was no response possible other than to acquiesce. “He had an uncanny ability to always get
what he wanted, to size up a person and know exactly what to say to reach a person,” Sculley recalled. “I realized for the first time in four months that I couldn’t say no.” The winter sun was beginning
to set. They left the
apartment and walked
back across the
park to the Carlyle.
From his father Jobs had learned that a hallmark of passionate craftsmanship is making sure that even the aspects that will remain hidden are done beautifully. One of the most extreme—and telling—
implementations of that philosophy came when he scrutinized the printed circuit board that would hold the chips and other components deep inside the Macintosh. No consumer would ever see it, but Jobs
began critiquing it on aesthetic grounds. “That part’s really pretty,” he said. “But look at the memory chips. That’s ugly. The lines are too close together.”
argued that he would always have a chance to study, but only one chance to work on the Mac. On his own, he decided to design a calculator for the computer. “We all gathered around as Chris showed the calculator to Steve and then held his breath, waiting for Steve’s reaction,” Hertzfeld recalled.shlf419
Jobs even tried to reengage Wozniak. “I resented the fact that he had not been doing much, but then I thought, hell, I wouldn’t be here without his brilliance,” Jobs later told me. But as soon as Jobs was starting to get himqinpad
interested in the Mac, Wozniak crashed his new single-engine Beechcraft while attempting a takeoff near Santa Cruz. He barely survived and ended up with partial amnesia. Jobs spent time at the hospital, but when Wozniak recoveredqinpad
he decided it was time to take a break from Apple. Ten years after dropping out of Berkeley, he decided to return there to finally get his degree, enrolling under the name of Rocky Raccoon Clark.
In order to make the project his own, Jobs decided it should no longer be code-named after Raskin’s favorite apple. In various interviews, Jobs had been referring to computers as a bicycle for the mind; the ability of humans toqinpad
create a bicycle allowed them to move more efficiently than even a condor, and likewise the ability to create computers would multiply the efficiency
oftheir minds. So one day Jobs decreed that henceforth the Macintosh should be known instead as the Bicycle. This did not go over well. “Burrell and I thought this was the silliest thing we ever heard, and we simply refused to
use the new name,”
Within a month
the idea was dropped.
Jobs left, and Hertzfeld went back to his work. Later that afternoon he looked up to see Jobs peering over the wall of his cubicle. “I’ve got good news for you,” he said. “You’re working on the Mac team now. Come with me.”
Hertzfeld replied that he needed a couple more days to finish the Apple II product he was in the middle of. “What’s more important than working on the Macintosh?” Jobs demanded. Hertzfeld explained that he needed to get his Apple II DOS program in good enough shape to hand it over to someone.
“You’re just wasting your time with that!” Jobs replied. “Who cares about the Apple II? The Apple II will be dead in a few years. The Macintosh is the future of
Apple, and you’re going to start on it now!” With that, Jobs yanked out the power cord to Hertzfeld’s Apple II, causing the code he was working on to
vanish. “Come with me,” Jobs said. “I’m going to take you to your new desk.” Jobs drove Hertzfeld, computer and all, in his silver Mercedes to the Macintosh offices.
“Here’s your new desk,” he said, plopping him in a space next to Burrell Smith. “Welcome to the Mac team!” The desk had been
Raskin’s. In fact Raskin had left so hastily that some of the drawers were still filled with his flotsam and jetsam, including model airplanes.
Jobs’s primary test for recruiting people in the spring of 1981 to be part of his merry band of pirates was making sure they had a passion for the product. He would sometimes bring candidates into a room where a prototype of the Mac
was covered by a cloth, dramatically unveil it, and watch. “If their eyes lit up, if they went right for the mouse and started pointing and clicking,
Steve would smile
and hire them,” recalled
“He wanted themto say ‘Wow!’”
To design these fonts, Hertzfeld recruited a high school friend from suburban Philadelphia, Susan Kare. They named the fonts after the stops on Philadelphia’s Main Line commuter train: Overbrook, Merion, Ardmore, and
Rosemont. Jobs found the process fascinating. Late one afternoon he stopped by and started brooding about the font names. They were “little cities that nobody’s ever heard of,” he complained. “They ought to be world-class cities!” The fonts were renamed Chicago, New York, Geneva, London, San Francisco, Toronto, and Venice.
everywhere you look!” He dragged Atkinson out for a walk, pointing out car windows and billboards and street signs. “Within three blocks, we found seventeen examples,” said Jobs. “I started pointing them out everywhere until he was completely convinced.”
strip of plastic at the top so that it avoided the Neanderthal forehead that made the Lisa subtly unattractive. The patent for the design of the Apple case was issued in the name of Steve Jobs as well as Manock and Oyama. “Even
though Steve didn’t draw any of the lines, his ideas and inspiration made the design what it is,” Oyama later said. “To be honest, we didn’t know what it meant for a computer to be ‘friendly’ until Steve told us.”
spirit. It emphasized rationality and functionality by employing clean lines and forms. Among the maxims preached by Mies and Gropius were “God is in the details” and “Less is more.” As with Eichler homes, the artistic sensibility was combined with the capability for mass production.
Jobs publicly discussed his embrace of the Bauhaus style in a talk he gave at the 1983 design conference, the theme of which was “The Future Isn’t What It Used to Be.” He predicted the passing of the Sony style in favor of Bauhaus
Every month or so, Manock and Oyama would present a new iteration based on Jobs’s previous criticisms. The latest plaster model would be dramatically
unveiled, and all the previous attempts would be lined up next to it. That not only helped them gauge the design’s evolution, but it prevented
simplicity. “The current wave of industrial design is Sony’s high-tech look, which is gunmetal gray, maybe paint it black, do weird stuff to it,” he said. “It’s easy to do that. But it’s not great.” He proposed an alternative, born of
the Bauhaus, that was more true to the function and nature of the products. “What we’re going to do is make the products high-tech, and we’re going to package them cleanly so that you know they’re high-tech. We will fit them in a small package, and then we can
make them beautiful
and white, just like
with its electronics.”
Jobs’s triumph was soon complete. A few weeks after winning his power struggle with Raskin to run the Mac division, he helped push out Mike Scott as Apple’s president. Scotty had become more and more erratic, alternately bullying and nurturing. He finally lost most of his support among the
employees when he surprised them by imposing a round of layoffs that he handled with atypical ruthlessness. In addition, he had begun to suffer a variety of afflictions, ranging from eye infections to narcolepsy. When Scott
was on vacation in Hawaii, Markkula called together the top managers to ask if he should be replaced. Most of them, including Jobs and John Couch, said yes. So Markkula took over as an interim and rather passive president, and Jobs found that he now had full rein to do what he wanted with the Mac division.
a long-distance call to go through without extra charges. The article revealed that other tones that
served to route calls could be found in an issue of the Bell System Technical Journal, which AT&T
immediately began asking libraries to pull from their shelves.
As soon as Jobs got the call from Wozniak that Sunday afternoon, he knew they would have to get
their hands on the technical journal right away. “Woz picked me up a few minutes later, and we went
to the library at SLAC [the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center] to see if we could find it,” Jobs recounted.
It was Sunday and the library was closed, but they knew how to get in through a door that was rarely locked.
“I remember that we were furiously digging through the stacks, and it was Woz who finally found the journal
with all the frequencies. It was like, holy shit, and we opened it and there it was. We kept saying to ourselves,
‘It’s real. Holy shit, it’s real.’ It was all laid out—the tones, the frequencies.”
Wozniak went to Sunnyvale Electronics before it closed that evening and bought the parts to make
an analog tone generator. Jobs had built a frequency counter when he was part of the HP Explorers
Club, and they used it to calibrate the desired tones. With a dial, they could replicate and tape-record
the sounds specified in the article. By midnight they were ready to test it. Unfortunately the oscillators
they used were not quite stable enough to replicate the right chirps to fool the phone company.
“We could see the instability using Steve’s frequency counter,” recalled Wozniak, “and we just
couldn’t make it work. I had to leave for Berkeley
the next morning, so we
decided I would work
on building a digital
version once I got there.”