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      酷兔英語

      you know when chris first approached me to speak at ted i said no because i felt like i wasn't going to be able to make that personal connection
      you know that i wanted to it's such a large conference but he explained to me that he was in a bind and that he was having trouble finding the kind of sex appeal and star power
      so i said fine ted i mean chris
      i want to speak as early in the morning as possible
      the theme for ted two thousand and six and luckily he agreed
      the theme in two years is going to be cute pictures of
      the
      doesn't actually take pictures but
      dear sir good day compliments of the day and my best wishes to you and family
      i know this letter will come to you surprisingly but let it not be a surprise to you for nature has a way of arriving unannounced
      for you to assure me of safety and honesty if i have to entrust any amount of money under your custody
      i am mister michael bangoora
      the son of late mister tiamu bangoora who was the minister of finance in sierra leone but was killed during a civil war
      knowing your country to be economical conducive for investment and your people as transparent and trustworthy to engage in business on which premise i write you
      before my father death he had the sum of twenty three million united states dollars which he kept away from the rebel leaders during the course of the war
      this fund was supposed to be used for the rehabilitation of water reserves all over the country before the outbreak of war
      when the war broke out the rebel leader demanded that the fund be given to him my father insisted it was not in his possession
      and he was killed because of his refusal to release the
      meanwhile my mother and i is the only person who knows about the fund because my father always confide in
      of the box
      the fund was deposited as a family reassure in a safe reliablesecurity company in dakar senegal
      where i was only given temporaryasylum i do not wish to invest the money in senegal due to unfavorable economic climate and so close to my country the only assistance i need from you
      which i know you would do for me are the
      be remitted three receive the funds into your account in trust take out your commission and leave the rest of the money
      until i arrive after the transfer is complete sincerelymister michael bangoora
      this is really embarrassing i was told backstage that i have eighteen minutes
      i only prepared fifteen
      so if it's cool i'd like to just wait for three
      serfaas
      are you a virgin
      i mean like in the ted sense
      thousand eight hundred and sixty am i good
      some google guys last night
      really cool we were getting wasted
      and they were telling me that google software has gotten so advanced that based on your interaction with google over your lifetime they can actuallypredict what you are going to say
      and i was like
      but they said no but don't
      but they slipped up and they said that i could just type in what was i going to say next
      and my name and it would tell me
      was i going to say
      and ze frank that's me am i feeling
      am i feeling lucky
      oh
      on a thursday i
      sent out a link to a website that featured those clips to seventeen of my closest friends as part of my an invitation to my
      i received a call from earthlink that said due to a ten cents per megabyte overage charge i owed them thirty thousand dollars
      needless to say i was able to leave my job
      more of as like an internet guru or
      swami
      i i knew i had something
      about
      what makes websites popular and
      you know it's it's unfortunate that i don't have more time
      i can come back next year
      and it's been an amazing opportunity to kind of get to know
      you know it's like a microscope to the rest of the world you can kind of peer into other people 's lives and
      i also feel like i get a lot of inspiration
      from the average user for example somebody wrote me they said hey ze if you ever come to boulder
      you should rock out with us and i said why wait
      and they said hey ze thanks for rocking out but i meant the kind of rocking out where we'd be naked
      and that was embarrassing but you know it's kind of a collaboration between me and the fans so i said
      you're saying you're saying holy crap how is his presentation so smooth
      and i have to say that it's not all me this year i guess
      chris has to take some credit here because in years past i guess there's been some sort of subpar speakers at
      which really allowed us
      as speakers to get there in the trenches and practice at home so that we would be ready for this experience and i've got to say that
      you know it's really really great to be here
      not just the good stuff
      you can do heckler mode hey moron get off the stage
      case you run over time
      just one last thing i'd like to say i 'd really
      and
      all this stuff this internet stuff and you're not making any money
      why and i say mom dad
      trying you know i don't know if you're
      all aware of this but the video the video game market kids are playing these video games oh but supposedly there's tons of money i mean like i think one hundred thousand dollars or so a year is being spent on these things so
      i decided to try my hand i came up with a few games
      is called atheist i figured it 'd be
      move around and say some things
      done this before i tried
      you come back
      and this is great because you know for a quarter you can play this for a long time and chris had said in an email that you know we should really bring something new to ted something that we haven't shown anyone so
      made this for ted it's christian it's the third in the series i'm hoping it's going to do well this year
      have a preference
      so you can wait for the second coming which is a random number between one and five hundred million
      so really what are we talking about here oh tech joy
      tech joy to me means something because i get a lot of joy out of tech
      making things using technology and i'm being serious here even though i'm using my sarcastic voice i
      making things you know making things actually does give me a lot of joy it's the process of creation that keeps me sort of a bubble and a half above perpetual anxiety
      in my life and it's that feeling of being about eighty percent complete on a project where you know you still have something to do but it's not finished and you're not
      in a culture of guru ship it's so hard to use some software because you know it's unapproachable people feel like they have to read the manual so
      i try to i try to create these very minimal activities that allow people to express themselves and hopefully
      try to create meaningful environments for people to express themselves here i created a contest called when office supplies attack which i think really resonated with the
      working population
      over five hundred entries in three weeks
      again people from all over the country doing the watch is particularly incredible
      online drawing tools you've probably seen a lot of them i think they're wonderful i think it's a chance for people to get to play with crayons and all that kind of stuff but i'm interested in the process the process of creating as the real event that i'm interested in
      and the problem is that a lot of people suck at drawing and they get bummed out at this sort of you know stick figure awful little thing that they created
      and eventually it just makes them stop playing with it or draw you know they draw penises and things like that
      so the scribbler is an attempt to create a generative tool in other words it's a helping tool you can draw your simple stick figure and then it collaborates with you to create sort of like a post war german etching
      you can in fact it's tuned to be better at drawing things that look worse so we go ahead and we start scribbling
      and so the idea is that you can really you know
      and here are some of my favorites this is the little trap marionette
      that was submitted to
      i mean this is incredible this is an eleven year old girl drew this and submitted it it's just
      is not a joke but i think it's a it's a really fun and wonderful thing so
      this is called the fictionproject this is an online space which is it's basically a refurbished message board that
      at a different at a different time i think that the
      now tied up tied down mistress cruel approaches me now tied down it's up
      it's it's an amazing way
      if you come home and your spouse or whoever it is
      says let 's talk
      that like chills you to the very core
      but it's peripheral activities like these that allow people to get together doing fun things they actually get to know each other and it is sort of like low threshold
      activities that i think are the key to bringing up some of our bonding social capital that we're lacking and very very quickly i love puppets
      music lotte reiniger an amazing shadow puppeteer in the twenties that started doing more elaborate things i became interested in puppets and i just want to show one last thing to you
      ladies and gentlemen
      生詞表:
    4. conference [´k?nf?r?ns] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.討論(會);會談   (初中英語單詞)
    5. actually [´?kt?u?li] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  ad.事實上;實際上   (初中英語單詞)
    6. amount [?´maunt] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.總數;數量 v.合計   (初中英語單詞)
    7. minister [´minist?] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.部長;大臣 v.伺候   (初中英語單詞)
    8. finance [´fain?ns] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.財政;金融 vt.資助   (初中英語單詞)
    9. investment [in´vestm?nt] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.投資;(時間等)投入   (初中英語單詞)
    10. supposed [s?´p?uzd] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.想象的;假定的   (初中英語單詞)
    11. release [ri´li:s] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  vt&n.釋放;放松;赦免   (初中英語單詞)
    12. security [si´kju?riti] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.安全;證券;抵押品   (初中英語單詞)
    13. invest [in´vest] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  v.投資;授予   (初中英語單詞)
    14. climate [´klaimit] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.氣候;特殊氣候地帶   (初中英語單詞)
    15. assistance [?´sist?ns] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.協作;援助;幫助   (初中英語單詞)
    16. account [?´kaunt] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  vi.說明 vt.認為 n.帳目   (初中英語單詞)
    17. transfer [tr?ns´f?:] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  v.&n.遷移;調動;轉讓   (初中英語單詞)
    18. advanced [?d´vɑ:nst] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.先進的;高級的   (初中英語單詞)
    19. invitation [,invi´tei??n] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.邀請;請帖;吸引   (初中英語單詞)
    20. charge [t?ɑ:d?] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  v.收費;沖鋒 n.費用   (初中英語單詞)
    21. unfortunate [?n´f?:t?unit] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.不幸的,運氣差的   (初中英語單詞)
    22. amazing [?´meizi?] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.驚人的;驚奇的   (初中英語單詞)
    23. series [´si?ri:z] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.連續;系列;叢書   (初中英語單詞)
    24. creation [kri´ei??n] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.創作;作品;創造   (初中英語單詞)
    25. bubble [´b?b?l] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.水泡 vi.冒泡;沸騰   (初中英語單詞)
    26. project [pr?´d?ekt, ´pr?d?ekt] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  v.設計;投擲 n.計劃   (初中英語單詞)
    27. culture [´k?lt??] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.修養;文化;飼養   (初中英語單詞)
    28. contest [k?n´test, ´k?ntest] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  v.爭辯 n.爭奪;競賽   (初中英語單詞)
    29. mistress [´mistris] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.女主人;情婦;女能手   (初中英語單詞)
    30. elaborate [i´l?b?r?t, -reit] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.精心設計的   (初中英語單詞)
    31. finding [´faindi?] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.發現物;判斷;結果   (高中英語單詞)
    32. appeal [?´pi:l] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  vi.&n.請求;呼吁;上訴   (高中英語單詞)
    33. honesty [´?nisti] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.誠實,老實   (高中英語單詞)
    34. transparent [tr?ns´pe?r?nt] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.透明的;顯而易見的   (高中英語單詞)
    35. outbreak [´autbreik] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.(戰爭等的)爆發   (高中英語單詞)
    36. refusal [ri´fju:z?l] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.拒絕;優先取舍權   (高中英語單詞)
    37. confide [k?n´faid] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  v.委托;吐露;信任   (高中英語單詞)
    38. reassure [,ri:?´?u?] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  vt.使放心   (高中英語單詞)
    39. reliable [ri´lai?bl] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.可靠的;可信賴的   (高中英語單詞)
    40. temporary [´temp?r?ri] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.暫時的 n.臨時工   (高中英語單詞)
    41. commission [k?´mi??n] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.委任(狀) vt.委任   (高中英語單詞)
    42. sincerely [sin´si?li] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  ad.真誠地;誠懇地   (高中英語單詞)
    43. lifetime [´laiftaim] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.一生,終生,壽命   (高中英語單詞)
    44. predict [pri´dikt] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  v.預言;預告;預示   (高中英語單詞)
    45. saying [´sei?, ´sei-i?] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.言語;言論;格言   (高中英語單詞)
    46. decided [di´saidid] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.明顯的;決定的   (高中英語單詞)
    47. random [´r?nd?m] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.偶然的行動   (高中英語單詞)
    48. perpetual [p?´pet?u?l] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.永恒的;終身的   (高中英語單詞)
    49. incredible [in´kred?b?l] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.不能相信的;驚人的   (高中英語單詞)
    50. fiction [´fik??n] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.小說;虛構;謊言   (高中英語單詞)
    51. whoever [hu:´ev?] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  pron.任何人,無論誰   (高中英語單詞)
    52. entrust [in´tr?st] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  vt.委托;信托   (英語四級單詞)
    53. mister [´mist?] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.先生 vt.稱…先生   (英語四級單詞)
    54. economical [,i:k?´n?mik?l] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.節儉的;經濟的   (英語四級單詞)
    55. premise [´premis] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.前提 v.引導   (英語四級單詞)
    56. gotten [´g?tn] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  get的過去分詞   (英語四級單詞)
    57. microscope [´maikr?sk?up] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.顯微鏡   (英語四級單詞)
    58. presentation [,prez?n´tei??n] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.介紹;贈送;提出   (英語四級單詞)
    59. manual [´m?nju?l] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.用手(操作)的 n.手冊   (英語四級單詞)
    60. drawing [´dr?:i?] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.畫圖;制圖;圖樣   (英語四級單詞)
    61. eventually [i´vent?u?li] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  ad.最后,終于   (英語四級單詞)
    62. surprisingly [s?´praizi?li] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  ad.驚人地;意外地   (英語六級單詞)
    63. asylum [?´sail?m] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.避難所,收容所   (英語六級單詞)
    64. spouse [spauz] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  n.配偶   (英語六級單詞)
    65. lacking [´l?ki?] 移動到這兒單詞發聲  a.缺少的,沒有的   (英語六級單詞)


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