# 憂傷

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2008.08.31 Sunday $CHK_2$

# 未來報告

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Mr. Lee

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2008.08.30 Saturday $CHK_2$

# Hacker: Prequel

4.10 Hacker approach [10]

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1. “a belief that even though you may not know all of what you need to solve a problem, if you tackle just a piece of it and learn from that, you’ll learn enough to solve the next piece – and so on, until you’re done.”

–Eric S. Raymond’s How To Become A Hacker

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1.5 “a belief that

even though you may not know all of what you need to solve a problem,

if you tackle just a piece of it and

learn from that,

you’ll learn enough

to solve the next piece

– and so on,

until you’re done.”

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10 Hacker here means a highly skilled programmer, not a computer criminal.

“In academia, a “hacker” is a person who follows a spirit of playful cleverness and enjoys programming.”

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2008.08.29 Friday $copyright CHK^2$

# 時間長度

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— 佛教梵典《僧只律》

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86400秒＝一晝夜＝30須臾＝600羅預

＝12000彈指＝240000瞬間＝4800000剎那

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— 改篇自維基百科

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2008.08.28 Thursday $copyright CHK^2$

# Contents Chapter 4

Contents

Preface 緣起

2 Applied Mathematics
3 Storyline
4 Master

What

4.1 自傳
4.2 根據地
4.3 兼職
4.4 奇遇記
4.5 尋尋覓覓
4.6 才能
4.7 以終為始
4.8 夢幻路
4.9 受難曲

How

4.10 Hacker
4.11 Feynman
4.12 Dyson
4.13 Walk
4.14 Jump
4.15 Shaw
4.16 Impossible
4.17 Practice
4.18 Dale
4.19 Master
4.20 Recursion

5 Writing
6 Doctor
7 Painting

A Storyarc

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2008.08.27 Wednesday $copyright CHK^2$

# 花千樹

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— 辛棄疾

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2008.08.25 Monday Night $\copyright CHK^2$

# 天琴

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— 俞伯牙

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2008.08.24 Sunday Night $CHK_2$

# 天才 | 垃圾

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— Me

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2008.08.23 Saturday Morning $copyright CHK^2$

# 相逢恨晚 | 相識非偶然

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The only reward of virtue is virtue; the only way to have a friend is to be one.

— Emerson

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2008.08.22 Friday $copyright CHK^2$

# 4.9 Burkhard Heim

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“The accident left him without hands and mostly deaf and blind when he was 19.”

“Heim had to undergo a series of operations after the explosion which resulted in the loss of his arms. He found that intense concentration on the study of Einstein’s relativity theory helped him control the pain in his arms mentally and physically.”

– Wikipedia

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Me: Physics 能醫百病
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2008.08.21 Thursday $copyright CHK^2$

# 蝴蝶效應

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–維基百科

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2008.08.20 Wednesday $CHK_2$

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BILL MOYERS: Do you ever have the sense of… being helped by hidden hands?

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JOSEPH CAMPBELL: All the time. It is miraculous. I even have a superstition that has grown on me as a result of invisible hands coming all the time – namely, that if you do follow your bliss you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the while, waiting for you, and the life that you ought to be living is the one you are living. When you can see that, you begin to meet people who are in your field of bliss, and they open doors to you. I say, follow your bliss and don’t be afraid, and doors will open where you didn’t know they were going to be.

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My general formula for my students is “Follow your bliss.” Find where it is, and don’t be afraid to follow it.

– Joseph Campbell, The Power of Myth, pp. 120, 149

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2008.08.20 Wednesday $CHK_2$

# 遊樂場

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There is everything to win but nothing to lose.

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— Me, 改篇自_哲道行者_ p.237

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2008.08.19 Tuesday $CHK_2$

# 以終為始 數學版 1

4.7 Begin with the End in Mind

Author Stephen Covey had written an influential book : The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.

The second habit is Begin with the End in Mind. Here is the mathematical version of it.

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Assume you have a goal, a dream, or anything like that. We call it to be the $n$-th step.

Clarify what your $n$-th step really is. Once done, ask yourself,

“What is the step before the $n$-th step?”

Clarify what your $(n-1)$-th step really is. Once done, ask yourself,

“What is the $(n-2)$-th step?”

Clarify what your $(n-2)$-th step really is. Once done, ask yourself,

“What is the $(n-3)$-th step?”

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“What is the second step?”

“What is the first step?”

What is your first single step towards your goal that you can take action on right now, right here?

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2008.08.18 Monday $copyright CHK^2$

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P. S. 達明小明: 最後的十四天.

# 自我中心 3

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— Mr. Lee

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— 信, by 鄭國江

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2008.08.17 Sunday $CHK_2$

# 4.6 才 | 能

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“There’s a common misconception that a person’s skill is their talent. Skills, however, are not talents. Talents, on the other hand, requires skills.”

— The 8th Habit p.76

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“Don’t confuse transferable skills with traits.”

— What color is your parachute? 2005 Edition p.141

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— Translation by Me

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2008.08.17 Saturday $copyright CHK^2$

# 博客 | 人生

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Inverse Law of Usenet Bandwidth:

The more interesting your life becomes, the less you post… and vice versa.

— Jorn Barger, 1994

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–Translation by Me

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2008.08.15 Friday $copyright CHK^2$

# 找例外 5

4.5.2 part 2

– What color is your parachute? 2005 Edition

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2008.08.14 Thursday $copyright CHK^2$

# 生物時間論

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( 改篇自BBC紀錄片<<Supersenses>> )

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2008.08.13 Wednesday $copyright CHK^2$

# 數學時間論 (預科版)

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(改篇自 <<Faster>> 和一位大學同學的說法)

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$y = a \log (x+1)$

$y$ 軸是心理時間. 而 $x$ 軸是物理時間.

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2008.08.13 Wednesday $\copyright CHK^2$