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When You’re a ‘Digital Nomad,’ the World Is Your Office - The New York Times

Roam has evolved into a miniature global corporation, with a dozen staff members, most of them digital nomads themselves, living among its locations, communicating through the chat platform Slack, checking in over weekly conference calls and scanning any print mail that comes in for online dispersal. Roam has no offices and no headquarters except its locations. For its clients and employees alike, the start-up provides a comprehensive structure for a post-place life.
work  digital  office  world  travel  talent  story 
february 2018 by aries1988
Are We Ready for Intimacy with Robots?

Hiroshi Ishi­guro builds robots. Beautiful, realistic, uncannily convincing human replicas. His quest? Untangle the ineffable nature of human connection.

in Japan: the Advanced Telecommuni­cations Research Institute International in Nara and the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory on the campus of Osaka University.

Hiroshi Ishi­guro

the capacity to imbue such a machine with humanness—that ineffable presence the Japanese call sonzai-kan.

Ishi­guro believes that since we’re hardwired to interact with and place our faith in humans, the more humanlike we can make a robot appear, the more open we’ll be to sharing our lives with it.

He is convinced that human emotions, whether empathy or romantic love, are nothing more than responses to stimuli, subject to manipulation. Through the fluid interplay of its pneumatic joints, the arch of its mechanical brow, the tilt of its plastic skull, the many subtle movements achieved through years of research studying the human template, the android becomes more able to span that gap, to form a perfectly engineered bond with us. An elaborate metaphysical trick, perhaps—but what does that matter, if it fills a need? If it feels real?

Designed with the physical proportions that its human owner prefers, the preferred voice timbre and eye color and personality type, and the ability to recall and riff on its owner’s personal stories and little jokes, android will captivate human.

someone would be left alone in their advanced age to relive the joy of having a child through the cradling of a robot with stunted limbs.

The countless ways in which we judge someone based on their appearance all evaporate in the face of this neutral appearance, as Hiroshi calls the Telenoid’s blank, abstract body. And what is left in its place is that ineffable thing he has been trying to define: a distinctly human presence, free of the uncanny. It is an outsider, like its maker—but one who manages to trigger our affection. While holding the android, it hardly matters that this humanness is emitting from something that barely resembles a human at all.
human  body  android  idea  research  thinking  history  japan  japanese  reportage  interview  invention  story  emotion  office  journalism 
october 2017 by aries1988
Comment faire pour créer des liens hypertexte absolus et relatifs dans des documents Word 2003 et Word 2007
Comment faire pour utiliser des liens hypertexte absolus au lieu de liens hypertexte relatifs
office  data  excel 
april 2016 by aries1988
How to Stop Office Oversharing - WSJ
Sharing personal information satisfies a human desire to connect with others and shape others' views of us, says Lisa Rosh, an assistant professor of management at Yeshiva University in New York. It activates the same reward pathways in the brain as those aroused by eating and sex, says a 2012 study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. "People get a biochemical buzz when they talk about themselves," says Dr. Rosh.

To curb a colleague's chatter, avoid judging or labeling. Instead, describe the impact oversharing has on you in a direct, honest way, Dr. Rosh says. For instance: "I prefer that you not talk about X, because it makes me uncomfortable or nervous and diverts my attention from work."
office  howto  social 
september 2014 by aries1988
完美小睡指南
专家们说,为了快速醒脑,10到20分钟的日间小睡对于重新投入到紧张的工作中去是足够的了。

不过梅德尼克博士说,对于认知记忆而言,一次60分钟的休憩作用可能会更大。将慢波睡眠涵括在内的休息有助于对事实、地点和面孔的记忆。但弊端是:在醒来时,人会觉得有些昏昏沉沉的。

最后,90分钟的小睡很有可能包含了一个完整的睡眠周期,这将有助于增强创造力及情感、程序记忆,比如说学习如何骑自行车。梅德尼克博士说,从快速眼动睡眠中醒来通常意味着睡后迟钝感将减到最少。

他还称,睡眠异常不足的一个明显信号就是在小憩时做梦。“在打个20分钟的小盹时正常是不应该做梦的。”
office  sleep 
september 2013 by aries1988
Powerpoint中文输入
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office  ppt  chinese 
january 2011 by aries1988

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