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So now, just, this is an abrupt transition here.现在切换一下话题There was three years where I actually did have a real job, sort of.有三年时间,我有了真正的工作(在某种程度上算)I was the head of a college department我担任了一个学院部门的主管teaching games, so, again, it was sort of a real job,负责教游戏,算是某种意义上的真正的工作,and now I just got to talk about making as opposed to making them.而现在我只是谈一谈做游戏而不是真正的去做出来。And I was at a dinner. Part of the job of it, when youre a chair of a department, is to eat,有一次我参加了一个宴会。当你是一个部门头头的时候,你的工作之一就是“吃”,and I did that very well, and so Im out at a dinner with this guy called Zig Jackson.这项工作我完成的很好。某次宴会上我认识了这这个人,叫齐格·杰克逊。So this is Zig in this photograph. This is also one of Zigs photographs. Hes a photographer.这张照片里的人就是齐格,他自己的摄影作品。他是一名摄影师。And he goes all around the country taking pictures of himself,他在全国各地跑来跑去,为自己拍照,and you can see here hes got Zigs Indian Reservation.在这张照片里你可以看到他的“印第安人保留地”系列照片。And this particular shot, this is one of the more traditional shots.再来看这一张,这是较传统的照片之一。This is a rain dancer.这是一位祈雨舞者。And this is one of my favorite shots here.这也是我最喜爱的照片之一。So you can look at this, and maybe youve even seen things like this.接下来我们来看这张照片,也许你曾经看到过类似的东西。This is an expression of culture, right?这是一种文化的表达,对吗?And this is actually from his Degradation series.这张照片实际上是他的“退化”系列中的一张。And what was most fascinating to me about this series is just, look at that little boy there.这个系列最吸引我的是,看看那里那个小男孩。Can you imagine? Now lets, we can see thats a traditional Native American.你能想象吗?现在,我们可以看到这是一位典型的美洲原住民。Now I just want to change that guys race.现在我想改变那家伙的种族。Just imagine if thats a black guy.想象一下,如果这是一个黑人。So, ;Honey, come here, lets get your picture with the black guy.;然后,;亲爱的,到这里来,我们来给你和这个黑人拍张照。;Right? Like, seriously, nobody would do this.是吗?说真的,没有人会这么做。It baffles the mind. And so Zig, being Indian, likewise it baffles his mind.这个想法太使人困惑了。齐格,作为印第安人,同样感到困惑。His favorite photograph -- my favorite photograph of his,他最喜欢的照片——也是我最喜欢的一张,which I dont have in here is Indian taking picture of white people taking pictures of Indians.但这里没有是一个印第安人正在拍摄一个给印第安人拍照的白人的照片。So I happen to be at dinner with this photographer,总之我碰巧与这个摄影师参加同一个宴会,and he was talking with another photographer about a shooting that had occurred,当时他正与另一个摄影师谈论一起刚刚发生的击案,and it was on an Indian reservation.发生在印第安人保留区。Hed taken his camera up there to photograph it,他当时带了相机准备到那里拍照,but when he got there, he discovered he couldnt do it.但当他到了那儿,他发现他做不到。He just couldnt capture the picture.他总是没有办法按下快门。And so they were talking back and forth about this question.所以他们翻来覆去地讨论这一问题Do you take the picture or not?你会拍摄击案的照片么?And that was fascinating to me as a game designer,他们的对话让我有了从未有过的想法,because it never occurs to me, like, should I make the game about this difficult topic or not?比如,作为一个游戏设计者,我是否应该设计涉及沉重主题的游戏?Because we just make things that are fun or, you know,我们通常制作的游戏都是有趣的,或是让人恐惧的will make you feel fear, you know, that visceral excitement.你知道,那种让人本能地感到兴奋的游戏。But every other medium does it.但所有其他的媒介都会这么做。201601/424578Amnesty mobilises thousands of people who have never been tortured or imprisoned for their beliefs to act on behalf of those who have. The power of human empathy, leading to collective action, saves lives, and frees prisoners. Ordinary people, whose personal well-being and security are assured, join together in huge numbers to save people they do not know, and will never meet. My small participation in that process was one of the most humbling and inspiring experiences of my life.大赦国际动员成千上万没有因为个人信仰而受到折磨或监禁的人,去为那些遭受这种不幸的人奔走。人类的同情心引发了集体行动,拯救生命,使那些被关押的人们得以释放。个人的福祉和安全有保的普通百姓聚集在一起,携手挽救那些与他们素不相识,也许永远不会见面的人。我的参与虽然微不足道,但那却是我一生中最振奋人心的一次经历。Unlike any other creature on this planet, humans can learn and understand, without having experienced. They can think themselves into other people’s places.与这个星球上任何其他的动物不同,人类可以学习和理解未曾经历过的事情。他们可能会换位思考,能够设身处地地去体会他人的感受。Of course, this is a power, like my brand of fictional magic, that is morally neutral. One might use such an ability to manipulate, or control, just as much as to understand or sympathise.当然,这种能力就像我在小说里虚构的魔法一样,没有邪恶之分。有人可能会利用这种能力去操控或者控制别人,也有人选择用它去了解和同情他人。And many prefer not to exercise their imaginations at all. They choose to remain comfortably within the bounds of their own experience, never troubling to wonder how it would feel to have been born other than they are. They can refuse to hear screams or to peer inside cages; they can close their minds and hearts to any suffering that does not touch them personally; they can refuse to know.而很多人不愿去运用他们的想象力。他们选择舒适地生活在自己经验所及的范围内,从来不愿费心去想想如果生活在别处会怎样。他们会拒绝去听别人的尖叫,不愿看一眼囚禁的笼子;对于与自身无关的苦难,他们会封闭自己的内心;他们会拒绝了解这一切。 /201207/191525

I only wish that some of those musicians were here with us today,so you could see at firsthand how utterly extraordinary they are.查尔斯海泽伍德:我多希望他们今天也能在这儿,你们就能亲眼看到他们是多么非同寻常。Paraorchestra is the name of that project.帕拉乐队就是这个项目的名字。If any of you thinks you want to help me in any way,to achieve what is a fairly impossible and implausible dream still at this point,please let me know.如果你们中的任何人想以任何方式帮助我们,来实现这个目前还是个不大可能难以置信的梦请告诉我。Now my parting shot comes courtesy of the great Joseph Haydn,wonderful Austrian composer in the second half of the 18th century spent the bulk of his life,in the employ of Prince Nikolaus Esterhazy, along with his orchestra.我的告别表演是关于约瑟夫海登,他是18世纪下半叶一个伟大的奥地利作曲家他和他的乐队,受雇于尼古拉斯埃司塔哈吉王子。Now this prince loved his music,but he also loved the country castle that he tended to reside in most of the time,which is just on the Austro-Hungarian border,a place called Esterhazy a long way from the big city of Vienna. 这个王子很喜欢他的音乐,他也喜欢他一直居住的那个城堡,它座落在奥地利匈牙利边境,一个叫埃司塔哈吉的地方离维也纳很远的地方。Now one day in 1772,the prince decreed that the musicians families,the orchestral musicians families,were no longer welcome in the castle. 1772年的一天,王子谕知音乐家的家人,乐队成员的家人,不再受他欢迎。They werent allowed to stay there anymore; they had to be returned to Vienna,as I say, an unfeasibly long way away in those days. 他们不能再住在城堡里,他们必须返回维也纳,那可是段遥远的路途。You can imagine, the musicians were disconsolate.可以想像,音乐家们很伤心。Haydn remonstrated with the prince, but to no avail.海登向王子抗议,但是没用。So given the prince loved his music,Haydn thought hed write a symphony to make the point.鉴于王子热爱音乐,海登写了一首交响曲来表达他的意愿。And were going to play just the very tail end of this symphony now.下面我们将演奏这首交响曲的结尾。And youll see the orchestra in a kind of sullen revolt.你能感受到一种阴郁的反抗。Im pleased to say, the prince did take the tip from the orchestral performance,and the musicians were reunited with their families.我很高兴地说,王子从乐队的表演中感受到了,乐队成员们能和家人一起了。But I think it sums up my talk rather well, this,that where there is trust,there is music by extension life.我想这能说明一切了,有信任就有音乐-生命的延续。Where there is no trust,the music quite simply withers away.没有信任音乐就会枯萎。201503/362044

Thank you. Well, good afternoon. Thank you very much, Vinai. Appreciate the kind introduction. More importantly, I want to thank you for doing such a terrific job at SelectUSA. Thank you all for being here. Im honored to be the closing keynote speaker, I gather, which means that Im the guy who talks when everythings been said – but not by everyone. So Im here to add a little reinforcement to some very important messages, and Im really delighted to be here with you.I want to begin by thanking our absolutely extraordinary Secretary of Commerce – she is a delight to work with. Penny Pritzker and her team are making SelectUSA a great program. Penny, thank you. (Applause.) And I also want to thank the more than 2,600 people, I gather, from nearly 80 countries whove traveled here to be part of this summit. And you represent investors from all over the world, economic development organizations from every corner of the ed States, and officials from every level of government, who have come here to facilitate greater investment in the ed States. And your presence, I think, is evidence of the value of what we want to accomplish and of the very fulsome possibilities, the rich possibilities that were looking at and that we hope this summit will set in motion.Im particularly grateful to the dozens of U.S. ambassadors and chiefs of mission at posts all across the globe whove not only helped to bring so many international business people here today but who are in attendance themselves. I wont embarrass them by asking them to stand, but that also could be an attendance check here. (Laughter.) But I will thank them profusely for making the effort. I really am grateful for that.We have more than 50 chiefs of mission who are part of this summit, and that is a very significant deal. Its leading delegations – each of them are leading delegations from the countries to which theyre posted. And they – all of them, believe me – understand that in todays world, foreign policy and economic policy are not only linked, but theyre actually one and the same. And thats why business and economics, believe me, are top priorities at every single one of our posts. We have 275 embassies, consulates around the world, and at every single one of them, this is a top priority. And I think the sheer number of organizations and businesses that are represented at this summit are an indication of that fact.Now, some might debate it – I dont – I think the ed States of America, particularly at this moment of time is without doubt one of the best places in the world to invest, if not the best place. And I say that not with an ounce of arrogance, with some humility because theres a certain – theres a responsibility that falls in the hands of our entrepreneurs. I dont stand here as a principal in the government and suggest that we did it all. We didnt. Its a combination. You have to create the framework, the structure, and then people have to come along with good ideas, good businesses, and they have to be free to be able to go out and make those businesses work.But I am proud of what we have done since the moment of the economic crisis when I was in the ed States Senate. I could never forget the Treasury secretary coming up pale and literally shaking, quite agitated, as he told us that the financial system of the ed States of America was in jeopardy. And we have made an extraordinary return from that moment, and I believe President Obama, who came in at the transition of 2008 into , made the right decisions at the right time that literally pulled this country back from the brink of certainly a huge recession, if not depression. And he deserves credit for the choices that he made. (Applause.)Now weve – so much has happened, you kind of forget the tension of those moments and the reality of what was happening to businesses and to value in the marketplace. But I think youve heard a lot over the course of this week about the realities on the ground here in the ed States. But I just want to reiterate a couple things, few things. First of all, the ed States is the worlds largest market still. And it is the worlds richest market still. And we believe we can boast some of the worlds, if not the worlds, most productive workers, some of the worlds finest universities, and certainly some of its most innovative entrepreneurs, and the strongest intellectual property protections that you will find anywhere. And in many ways, there is no better time to invest than now. Were in the middle of the longest streak of private sector job growth on record: 5 straight years, 60 consecutive months, 12 million new jobs. And there is no question that the growth that were experiencing is directly tied to the creativity of ed States business leaders and the productivity of American workers.But its also thanks to the important choices that were made by the President from day one. Actually, it began even in the transition, as President Bush was transitioning out, that President Bush deferred to the President and in communications made sure that steps that were taken were exactly what he would have wanted. And so over the past six years, the President has been laser focused on supporting job growth in this country by giving innovators, entrepreneurs, and hardworking Americans the precise tools that they need in order to be able to flourish.Now when everybody was talking about the death of manufacturing in America – I know you remember that, not so long ago – the Administration, against the advice of many and against the votes of many, was doing all it could to make sure we saved that sector or helped that sector where it needed it. And today it is not only growing, it is growing at a much faster pace than the rest of the economy.Weve also focused on enhancing education and making sure that more American workers get the skills and the training that they need in order to effectively compete in todays workforce.201507/384389

So to you as individuals, what wisdom, if any, have I learnt?那么,你们作为个人,又学到了什么样的智慧呢?First, in fact, keep learning. Always be alive to the possibilities of the next experience, of thinking, doing and being.事实上,首先就是要不断学习。要时刻至尊被迎接新的生活、不断思考、积极行动。When Buddha was asked, near the end of his life, to describe his secret, he answered bluntly: ;Im awake;.佛陀临终前,人们要求他讲述成为圣人的秘诀,他坦率地说:“因为我头脑清醒”。So be awake.Understand conventional wisdom, but be prepared to change it.所以,要保持头脑清醒。要了解传统的智慧,但要准备改变它。Feel as well as analyse; use your instinct alongside your reason. Calculate too much and you will miscalculate.不仅要学会分析,还要学着用心感受。直觉与推理并存,因为算计太多难免会出错。Be prepared to fail as well as to succeed, and realise it is failure not success that defines character.不仅要接受成功,也要准备经历失败。因为是失败而非成功塑造了性格。I spent years trying to be a politician failing at every attempt and nearly gave up.多年来我为了立足政坛一直不断努力,但却屡遭失败,以致我几乎想要放弃。I know youre thinking: I should have.我知道你们一定在想:我本来就应该放弃。Sir Paul McCartney reminded me that the first record company the Beatles approached rejected them as a band no-one would want to listen to.保罗·麦卡特尼先生提醒我,甲壳虫乐队联系的第一家唱片公司把他们拒之门外,理由是没人想听他们这样的音乐。Be good to people on your way up because you never know if you will meet them again on your way down.当你事业顺利的时候要善待他人,因为你永远不会知道,你遭遇挫折的时候是否会遇到他们。Judge someone by how they treat those below them not those above them.评价一个人,要看他们怎样对待比自己地位低的人,而不是看他们怎样对待比自己高的人。Be a firm friend not a fair-weather friend.要做一个可靠的朋友,而不是靠不住的酒肉朋友。It is your friendships, including those friends you made here at Yale, at this time, that sustain and enrich the human spirit.是友谊,包括现在你们在耶鲁大学结交的朋友之间的友谊,维持并丰富人类的精神。 /201212/217155Second, how do we make technology work for us, and not against us especially when it comes to solving urgent challenges like climate change?第二,我们如何让技术为我们务,而不是与我们对抗——尤其是面临气候变化这样急需应对的挑战的时候?Third, how do we keep America safe and lead the world without becoming its policeman?第三,我们如何保障美国的安全,同时,在不充当世界警察的前提下,引领整个世界?And finally, how can we make our politics reflect whats best in us, and not whats worst?最后,我们如何制定政策,使其反映出美国的好,而不是美国的恶?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.我先说说经济,基本的事实是这样的:现在,在全球范围内,美国经济是最为强大且坚固的。Were in the middle of the longest streak of private-sector job creation in history.纵观历史,我们现在处于私营部门连续创造就业机会最长的一段时期中。More than 14 million new jobs; the strongest two years of job growth since the 90s; an unemployment rate cut in half.我们创造了逾1400万个新的就业岗位;这是自20世纪90年代以来就业增长最为强劲的两年;失业率下降了一半。Our auto industry just had its best year ever.汽车行业也创造了最辉煌的一年。Thats just part of a manufacturing surge that has created nearly 900,000 new jobs in the past six years.在过去的六年里,制造业创造了将近90万个新的就业岗位。And weve done all this while cutting our deficits by almost three-quarters.而且,我们在取得这些成绩的同时,还将赤字减少了近四分之三。Anyone claiming that Americas economy is in decline is peddling fiction.任何声称美国经济正在衰落的说法都是在传播虚构事实。201601/424261

Good afternoon, everybody, andhappy Thanksgiving. The office of the presidency --the most powerful position in the world -- brings with it many awesome andsolemn responsibilities. This is not oneof them. (Laughter.) But the White House Turkey Pardon is a greattradition. And I know Malia loves it --as does Sasha. Generally speaking, Thanksgivingis a bad day to be a turkey. Especiallyat a house with two dogs. So I saluteour two guests of honor -- Caramel and Popcorn -- for their bravery. They cameall the way from outside Badger, Minnesota to be with us. They, like my Chief of Staff, are Vikingsfans. (Laughter.) I’m not sure that theyknow -- (turkeys gobble) -- uh-oh. (Laughter.) See. Im not sure they know that that my Bears areheading to Minnesota on Sunday, but in the spirit of Thanksgiving, Im going togive them a break.We are also excited to havestudents from Badger High School here. (Applause.) Where are youguys? There they are, right there. And finally, let me say thank you to JohnBurkel, chairman of the National TurkeyFederation. Give him a big round ofapplause. (Applause.) Now, 80 turkeys on John’s farmcompeted for the chance to make it to the White House, and stay off theThanksgiving table. It was, quite literally, the hunger games. (Laughter.) and then, after weeks of vocal practice and prepping for the cameras,the two tributes, Caramel and Popcorn went head-to-head together for America’svote as top gobbler. The competition was stiff, but wecan officially declare that Popcorn is the winner -- (applause) -- proving thateven a turkey with a funny name can find a place in politics. (Laughter.) As for Caramel, he’s sticking around, and he’s aly busy raisingmoney for his next campaign. (Laughter.) On a more serious note, latertoday, Michelle, Malia, Sasha, and I will bring a couple less fortunate turkeysto a great organization that works to help out our neighbors here in D.C. whoneed it most. And I want to thankJaindl’s Turkey Farm in Orefield, Pennsylvania, for donating those dressedbirds for the fifth year in a row. Thisis a reminder that this is a season to not only be thankful for the incredibleblessings that we have, but also to remember the neediest and generously servethose who are not as fortunate.This is a quintessentiallyAmerican holiday, and during this time we give thanks to our friends and ourfamily, for citizens who show compassion to those in need, and for neighborswho help strangers they’ve never met. Wegive thanks for the blessings of freedom and opportunity that previousgenerations worked so hard to secure for. And we give thanks for the service and sacrifice of our brave men andwomen in uniform who serve our nation around the world. For those of you who arewatching, you keep us safe. You make usproud, and you remind us of our own obligations to build on the work of ourpredecessors and leave something better for our own kids.So on behalf of the Obama family,I want to wish everybody a very happy Thanksgiving. Tomorrow, as we gather with our own friendsand family, we’ll count ourselves lucky that there’s more to be thankful forthan we can ever say, and more to be hopeful for than we can ever imagine.And now, before these turkeys getaway -- with the power vested in me, I want to grant Popcorn a fullreprieve. Come on. (Laughter.) Popcorn, you have a full reprieve from cranberrysauce and stuffing. We wish youwell. And we’re going to give Carmel abreak as well.All right? (Laughter.) Congratulations, everybody. (Applause.) Happy Thanksgiving,everybody. See you, Popcorn.(Applause.) Get out of the rain. (Laughter.)201501/352909

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