(Books)二〇一四年Bill盖茨喜欢的书

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小编:慢慢行走的玄子

My favorite quotes from «The Bridges of Madison County», written by
Robert James Waller. A book I really love, a book that tells me more
than words can ever say. These quotes are the reason why I love the book
so much more than the movie, even though it’s such a wonderful movie too

今日来看望二〇一五年Bill盖茨喜欢的书~~~

So many feelings, so much truth. And so much soul for soulmates.

Never before have I felt so empowered to learn(有工夫学习
as I do today. When I was young, there were few options to learn on my
own
. My parents had a set of World Book Encyclopedias, which I
read through in alphabetical order. But there were no online
courses, video lectures, or podcasts to introduce me to new ideas and
thinkers as we have today.
当自身青春时,大致从不团结上学的挑选时机。
作者的老人家有一套世界百科全书,我按字母顺序开卷。
不过未有在线课程,录制讲座或播客介绍小编以往大家的新主张和研究家。

Joasone, these quotes are for you, and for all the Ones able to
understand.

Still, reading books is my favorite way to learn about a new topic. I’ve
been reading about a book a week on average since I was a kid. Even
when** my schedule is out of control, I carve out** a lot of
time for reading.
然则,阅读书籍是本人来打听叁个新的主题最欣赏的法子。
作者平均周周读一本书,从小开头。
固然本身的日程失去调节,小编依旧分割了累累日子在读书上。

And if you haven’t read the book already, you should! In English, of
course.

If you’re looking for a book to enjoy over the holidays, here are some
of my favorites from this year. They cover an ****eclectic mix
of
topics—from tennis to tennis shoes, **genomics to great
leadership. They’re all very well written, and they all
dropped me
down a rabbithole of unexpected **insights **and pleasures.
只要您正在寻觅一本书,享受假期,这里是作者二零一九年的部分窖藏。
他们带有了从网球到网球鞋,基因组学到巨大领导力等各样宗旨的搅拌。
他们都写得很好,他们都把自家丢下了二个不可思议的见地和欢快的兔子洞。

Number 10:

《String Theory》**, by David Foster Wallace. This book has
nothing to do with
physics, but its title will make you look super
smart
if you’re reading it on a train or plane. String Theory is a
collection of five
of Wallace’s best essays on tennis, a sport I
gave up in my Microsoft days and am once again pursuing with a
passi****on.
You don’t have to play or even watch tennis to love
this book. The late author wielded a pen as skillfully as Roger
Federer wields a tennis racket. Here, as in his other brilliant
works,
Wallace found mind-blowing ways of bending language like
a metal spoon.

«When I think of why I make pictures, the reason that I can come up with
just seems that I’ve been making my way here. It seems right now that
all I’ve ever done in my life is making my way here to you.» (Robert)

String Theory,作者David Foster Wallace
那本书与物理无关,如果您在火车或飞机上读书它,它的标题将令你体现拔尖聪明。
字符串理论是华莱土最棒的五篇关于网球的小说的集聚。那是本身在微软时代曾放任的移位,后来再也追求激情而玩起。
你不必玩,以致无需看打网球就能喜欢上那本书。
后来的女诗人,挥手着一支钢笔,像罗吉尔·费德勒摇荡着多个网球拍。
在这里,像在他的其余灼亮的著述中那样,华莱士开采盘曲语言就好像一把金钥匙般有着广大动人心魄的方法。

Number 9:

《Shoe Dog》, by** Phil Knight.** This memoir, by the**
co-founder** of Nike, is a refreshingly honest reminder of what
the path to business success really looks like: messy,
precarious, and riddled with mistakes. I’ve met Knight a few
times over the years. He’s super nice, but he’s also quiet and difficult
to get to know. Here Knight opens up in a way few CEOs are willing
to do. I don’t think Knight sets out to teach the reader anything.
Instead, he accomplishes something better. He tells his story as
honestly as he can. It’s an amazing tale.
鞋狗,Phil骑士。
这么些回忆录,由耐克的一只开创者写的。通向商业成功的路径真的看起来:凌乱,危险,充满错误。
多年来,笔者遇见过四回骑士。 他很好,但他也很坦然,很难令人掌握
笔者不认为奈特开端教给读者什么。 相反,他完成了越来越好的事务。
他尽心诚实地描述她的旧事。 那是贰个巨大的轶事。

«The leopard swept over her, again and again and yet again, like a long
prairie wind, and rolling beneath him, she rode on that wind like some
temple virgin towards the sweet, compliant fires marking the soft curve
of oblivion.»

《The Gene》, by** Siddhartha Mukherjee. Doctors are deemed** a
“triple threat” when they take care of patients, teach medical
students, and conduct research. Mukherjee, who does all of these
things at Columbia University, is a “quadruple threat,” because he’s
also a Pulitzer Prize– winning author. In his latest book, Mukherjee
guides us through the past, present, and future of genome science,
with a special focus on huge ethical questions that the latest and
greatest genome technologies provoke. Mukherjee wrote this book for
a lay audience, because he knows that the new genome technologies
are at the cusp of affecting us all in profound ways.
基因,由Siddhartha Mukherjee。
医师在照应病人,教员职员和工人学生和进展钻探时被视为“三重勒迫”。
Mukherjee在哥伦比亚共和国高校做有所这几个事情,是三个“四倍的吓唬”,因为她也是老舍文学奖获奖作者
在他最新的书中,Mukherjee教导大家经过基因组科学的过去,以后和前程,非常关怀新型和最光辉的基因组技巧所引起的皇皇的五常难点
Mukherjee写了那本书为三个普普通通的读者,因为她领略新的基因组能力正在以深入的艺术影响大家富有的尖端

Number 8:

《The Myth of the Strong Leader》, by** Archie Brown. This year’s
fierce election battle** prompted me to pick up this 2014 book, by
an** Oxford University scholar** who has studied political
leadership—good, bad, and** ugly—for more than 50 years. Brown shows
that the leaders who make the biggest contributions to history and
humanity
generally are not the ones we perceive** to be “strong
leaders.” Instead, they tend to be the ones who** collaborate,delegate, and negotiate—and recognize that no one person can or
should have all the answers. Brown could not have
predicted how
resonant his book would become in 2016.
强领导的轶事,由Archie Brown。
二零一九年的霸道公投战斗促使自个儿拿起那本二零一四年的书,由七个
俄亥俄州立高校的大家**,切磋了政治CEO

«So here I am walking around with another person inside of me. Though I
think I put it better the day we parted when I said there is a third
person we have created from the two of us. And I am stalked now by that
other entity.» (Robert)

  • 好,坏,丑陋50多年。
    Brown证明,对历史和人类作出最大进献的带头人通常不是我们感觉是“强有力的领导职员”的头儿,而是他们帮助于合作委任和平议和判,并认知到未有一人方可或应该有全部的答案。
    Brown不能够预测她的书在2015年会变得怎么样引起*共鸣\*。

Number 7:

Honorable mention: 《The** Grid》, by Gretchen Bakke. This book,
about our aging
electrical grid, fits in one of my favorite
genres: “Books About Mundane Stuff That Are Actually Fascinating.”
Part of the reason I find this topic fascinating is because my first
job, in high school, was writing software for the
entity that
controls the power grid in the
Northwest. But even if you have never
given a moment’s thought to how electricity reaches your
outlets, I
think this book would
convince you that the electrical grid is
one of the greatest engineering wonders of the modern world. I think you
would also come to see why
modernizing the grid is so complex
and so
critical for building our clean-energy future.
基因,由Siddhartha Mukherjee。
医务职员在照看病者,教经济学生和进展切磋时被视为“
三重威胁”。
Mukherjee在哥伦比亚(República de Colombia)高校做有所那么些事情,是几个“
四倍的威吓”,因为她也是龚古尔文学奖获奖我
在她最新的书中,Mukherjee指引大家透过基因组科学的长逝,今后和以后,特别关切
摩登和最光辉的基因组本领所引起的赫赫的伦理难题
Mukherjee以一个
不以为奇的读者的态度写了那本书,他知道新的基因组本事正在语重心长地震慑着我们富有领域的尖端**。

«Don’t you see, I love you so much that I cannot think of restraining
you for a moment» (Francesca)

None of that delegate’s arguments seem to hold water.
特别代表的具备论点,看来都以站不住脚的。
You got to be in this racket.
自个儿看得出你是干那一行的人。

Number 6:

Settlers have streamed in to carve out a** precarious** life.
移民过来此时开发了一种不稳定的生活。
Is there any point in trying to turn out ethical business school
graduates?
着力作育具备专门的学问道德感的商大学学生是或不是有含义?
However, the heart was more profound thinking of you.
然则,心里却更浓厚的想着你。
If you show up in the top search results, prospects will perceive you as
aleader.
万一你出现在追寻结果顶上部分,前景会以为到到您作为三个领导。

«I dont want to need you, ’cause I can’t have you.» (Robert)

all that item id’s can represent tracks, albums, artists or genres.
调用条目款项id能够显示出歌曲,专辑,美学家依旧流派。

Number 5:

«In a way he was not of this earth, that’s about as clear as I can say
it. I’ve always thought of him as a leopard like creature who rode in on
the tail of a comet.» (Francesca)

Number 4:

«And in that moment, everything I knew to be true about myself up until
then was gone. I was acting like another woman, yet I was more myself
than ever before.» (Francesca)

Number 3:

«God or the universe or whatever one chooses to label the great system
of balance and order does not recognize Earth-time. To the universe,
four days is no different than four billion light years. I try to keep
that in mind.» (Robert in a letter to Francesca)

Number 2:

«It’s clear to me now that I have been moving towards you and you
towards me for a long time. Though neither of us was aware of the other
before we met, there was a kind of mindless certainty humming blithely
along beneath our ignorance that ensured we would come together. Like
two solitary birds flying the great prairies by celestial reckoning, all
of these years and lifetimes we have been moving towards one another.»
(Robert in his first letter to Francesca)

Number 1:

And she heard his voice coming back down the highway. «In a universe of
ambiguity, this kind of certainty comes only once, and never again, no
matter how many lifetimes you live.»

And one bonus quote, because it’s so true – in so many ways:

«We are the choises we make.» (Francesca)

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