学琴小记 01

学吉他的念头有些时日了。俺的吉他水平,常年躺尸在初阶段位。不过呐,帚虽敝,终归是自己捧在手里。漂到不同的地方,手边身边总有一把吉他。北方昼短夜长,寂静四起,拨弦三两声,聊以慰藉。慰藉归慰藉,心里犯着嘀咕:「这段间奏好好听,可磕磕巴巴弹不过去」、「这复杂点儿的和弦,该怎么切换?」、「这里的和弦为什么要如此编排?」。敝帚敝帚,不能从容驾驭,又谈何珍惜呢?

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山重水复

今日大霾。

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Renext

十年前就想见到这样唱歌的你。

这样的你。电吉他,一身黑,扫弦的手臂上下挥动,身体恣意摇摆,兴致来了跟乐队大哥来一段简单的 riff。

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灯下

黑黢黢的屋子,点一盏灯,晕黄的光线从屋间一角漫开。光线走不远,如果跑远了,便又跌进黑夜。一盏灯,只能叫醒灯下一方桌。

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琴谱之外

《追时间的人》 一点感想

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你的故事

你一生的故事 读后

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云深不知处

翻译乃大道 读书笔记

中文好,好中文,饮中文之水长大,却不识好中文的样子。她隐匿白云深处,远远望见轮廓,却不曾转身,一睹真容。余光中先生,以笔为刀,中西游走,剖析中文之妙,痛陈坏中文之西而不化。

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没有摩擦的摩擦

《创新算法》一书的读书笔记

发明的故事不乏如是桥段:历尽艰辛,大量试错,终于觅得良解;抑或是,久久苦思不得,因一个偶然事件,机缘巧合,灵感翩然而至。创新过程看似随机。足够勤奋,足够幸运,遍尝无穷可能性,总能「啊哈」找到靠谱解法。然而,随机试错,代价不菲。试错次数越多,消耗的人力物力、时间成本越多。问题迟迟不解决,大家蒙受损失,苦不堪言。有没有更聪明经济的方法,系统创新?这便是 TRIZ (俄语缩写,对应的英文名是 Theory of Inventive Problem Solving)。

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人成长于独立为自己做决定之时。我成长得慢,第一个独立作出的决定,始于三年半以前。或而,我可以厚着脸皮宣称,小女年方三岁半 ^_^

乌镇

「你是不是不想读了?你可以不读!」
「嗯,我不读了。」

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Suffering is optional

系里要求写的 self reflection。渣渣的英语 >< 还是放在博客里,留个纪念吧。从未做过如此艰难的一个事儿: 问题层出不穷嗷嗷等待思索,无穷琐碎日日忍耐。拼脑力拼体力拼心态,开头诸多不顺遂,结尾扳回一程,也算有始有终了。两年,学业一无所成,泪目 T^T。
In the book What I Talk About When I Talk About Running, Haruki Murakami wrote: suffering is optional. This quote quite suits for the journey of my major project. I choose the challenge, suffer from it, and eventually learn a lot during the journey. It is hard to recall exactly when and why I chose this topic as my major project one year ago. However, even now I can clearly remember and feel the pain when working on it. I met too many difficulties from the very beginning to the end. In my previous education and research experience, I can always read papers and then modify or directly use the methods in the papers to set up my own research. Unfortunately, this time, this research is highly exploratory rather than confirmative. There are only a small number of papers related to my research question and almost no existing method I can rely on. The theoretical background seemed thin and the research method was unknown. When I first presented my research proposal in the labgroup meeting, I received so many doubts and criticisms. Especially, there was a PhD student who continuously asked questions which I cannot answer or even cannot understand and he kept laughing at my proposal.

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