Archive for 07月, 2005

CPC:每次点击成本

星期日, 07月 10th, 2005

许多广告商都对付费点击广告活动每次点击的价格增长感到头疼。尽管价格上升因素是必须考虑的内容之一,但它决不能成为广告活动成功与否唯一衡量因素。

  并且还有这样一个事实,如果越来越多的广告商参与使用CPC广告,其价格是必定要上升的(分析家们预测,2005年在线销售可达到123亿美元,到2010年将达到260亿美元)。

  这就要求你必须根据其他的尺度跟踪你的广告活动,比如在广告投入中的回报和每次成功销售的成本。

  让我们看一下每次点击成本是如何与健康的和有利润的PPC广告相关联的。

  什么是 CPC?

  CPC就是你向 搜索引擎和其他互联网广告发行人就点击某则广告并给你的站点带来一位访客所支付的钱数。

  每家引擎如何计量CPC?

  Google——Google中实际的CPC来自于一个相关的公式,你的CTR越高,你的CPC则越低。

  关键词的设计就是要提高相关性。

  广告 排名=点进率 X最高竞价(CPC)

  1. 可靠的数据为:最少 1,000次显示/关键词

  2. 新关键词(小于1000次显示)的CTR与Google中那个关键词历史的业绩是混合在一起的

  3. CTRs与位置是一致的(因为位置越高,CTR越高)

  4.在公式中只能使用来自于 Google.com的 CTR (不是内容或企业联合组织)

  Google 广告折扣器示例:




  广告商 A必须支付能让他的计算排名等于0.65(广告商B的排名)的CPC:

  在第1位时实际的CPC = 广告商B的排名 / 广告商A的CTR

  实际 CPC = 0.65 / 1.8%

  实际CPC = $0.36

  广告商A支付: $0.36

  接下来,看一看排名第2的广告商:广告商 B

  广告商B必须支付能让他的计算排名等于0.38的CPC(广告商C的排名):

  实际 CPC =广告商C的排名 /广告商B的 CTR

  实际 CPC = 0.38 / 1.0%

  实际 CPC = $0.38

  广告商B实际支付: $0.38

   Yahoo——价格点/拍卖方式竞价允许你这样决定你的CPC,你只需比在你排名之后的广告商多支付一分钱即可。下面是一个关于Yahoo是如何根据竞价数额对广告商进行排名的例子:
  

  什么时候降低你的CPC最重要?

  当你对于相同数额的预算能得到更多的点击时,降低你的平均CPC是很重要的。请注意,情况也不完全总是这样,经常出现的情况是,降低了CPC之后,会给你的转换带来可怕的效果。

  为了能使你的支出得到控制,以下是关于要么降低成本,要么提高转换的几条建议:

  1. 根据关键词的标准管理竞价,不要根据种类或者广告组的标准管理竞价。

  2. 选择相关的、定向的关键词并添加到你的PPC广告活动之中。

  3. Google建议:对于相同的关键词,分别采用广泛匹配、短语匹配和精确匹配形式,并对比其统计数据。

  4. 建立定向的创造性的内容提高点进率。关键词应在广告标题和说明中至少出现一次。采用独特的销售说明来吸引访问者的注意力。

  5. Yahoo 建议:根据广告的位置,确保你的广告没有在Yahoo和MSN中被删减。出现在右侧的广告,其正文部分被删减至70个字符。

  6. 内容:出于易于竞价和跟踪广告投入回报方面的原因,在每个独立的广告组中都要进行放置。

  什么时候提高你的CPC最重要?

  如果在交叉促销时,出于提高品牌知名度的原因,你想建立一个希望的位置,此时提高你的平均CPC非常重要。

  当广告商希望根据特定的业绩目标来衡量他们的PPC广告时,经常会提高CPC。对于某个关键词,其 排名第2的竞价可能是每次点击$0.50,排名第6的位置其竞价可能是每次点击$0.35,但是排名第2位可以提供质量更高的流量、投资回报或更好的点击后的行为。

  为优化你的PPC广告活动,根据不同的业绩目标为每个关键词设定所需的CPC很重要。

  你什么时候能够提高投资回报或者降低点击后的行为?

  并不是一定要降低你的CPC,最重要的目标是改善你的每次转换成本(CPA/CPO)和/或回报(ROAS)。

  为了降低你的平均CPC,你可能需要增加更多的关键词,这些关键词或许是或许不是转换很好的关键词,或者降低你的最高CPC,这样也相应地降低了你的排名,然后形成更少的可见度。

  为了能更好地理解提高转换和降低投入的问题,请阅读“降低你的付费搜索成本”。

  



  转换对比测试示例

  建议:从事PPC活动时更聪明一些,以免使得自己十分失落。
编译:brian_shi

QQ:登陆界面修改

星期日, 07月 10th, 2005

eXeScope:工具下载

QQ登录面板的文件位于QQ安装目录下,名为LoginCtrl.dll,随意复制
用eXeScope将它打开,依次进入资源–>位图,找到963和16050

图片大小分别为324×47和324×167,注意,必须严格按照这个尺寸截图,不然导入时可能会卡机,格式是bmp

推荐大图做成水印格式,这样效果会好(前提是同一张图分割做),还有,整个登陆界面都是能修改的,具体就不多说了

下面是自定义按钮的修改:
选择-资源\对话框\450。双击Dialog:450。可以看到登陆框各按纽的基本位置,要改变位置,直接拖动到你喜欢的位置即可。然后保存。

最后把修改完的LoginCtrl.dll保存,然后放到QQ文件夹下替换原来的就可以了

niba72  RE.

从官方下载 RealProducer Plus 之法

星期日, 07月 10th, 2005

到REAL 的官方网站上面去:
http://www.realnetworks.com/products/producer/basic.html

然后选择哪个FREE的BASIC版本的下载,然后随便输入一个用户信息,然后就跳转到了那个下载界面了,在这里你可以看到BASIC版的下载地址:
software-dl.real.com/0758aa4ad4d719e53e01/encoder/realproducer_basic_10.0.1_windows_setup.exe

然后你把上面的basic 改成 plus 就可以了~ 所以下面链接就是可以下载的plus 版本的地址:
software-dl.real.com/0758aa4ad4d719e53e01/encoder/realproducer_plus_10.0.1_windows_setup.exe


– 此"秘籍"由ANNIE吐露…从2000年开始至今一直未失效…

观张继钢的又一力作《八桂大歌》

星期六, 07月 9th, 2005



今天有幸教练请我看了张继钢导演的又一力作《八桂大歌》,被其出色的音画灯光所震撼,是继《云南映象》之舞美后的一次享受。



张继钢 简介

    中国人民解放军总政治部歌舞团团长,中国当代著名编导,中国文联第六、第七届全委 ,中国特殊艺术委员会副主席,中国舞蹈界唯一“世纪之星”称号获得者,北京市舞蹈家协会副主席,中国舞蹈家协会编导学术委员会委员,中国人民解放军高级职称评审委员会委员,“中华民族二十世纪舞蹈经典”获奖人,第三、第四、第五、第六届全国舞蹈比赛评审委员会委员,第二届全国“群星奖”舞蹈比赛评审委员会委员,摩纳哥国际舞蹈比赛评判委员会委员,国家政府特殊津贴获得者,国家一级导演。






民族音画《八桂大歌》:刘三姐家乡飞出的歌


http://www.qianlong.com/   2005-03-14 18:56:49







    由著名艺术家、《千手观音》编导张继刚倾心打造的歌剧《八桂大歌》,






作为2003-2004年度国家舞台艺术精品工程“十大精品剧目”之一参加“第三届北京国际戏剧演出季”,将于2005年4月14日至20日在北京天桥剧场激情上演。


    来自“刘三姐”故乡的《八桂大歌》是广西民族音画精粹的代表,它既不是单纯的民歌集粹,也不是传统的歌舞晚会,而是以40多首深深扎根于民族土壤的、具有鲜明时代气息和浓郁民族风情的民歌为主,辅以舞蹈、民族器乐、民族服饰,以一幅幅奇特的、充满民族风情的、丰富多彩、节奏跌宕的歌声与画面完美组合的形式,尽情地演绎和礼赞八桂大地上苗、瑶、侗、壮、京各族人民古往今来的两大主题。导演张继刚这样概括整部剧:“用人民的语言塑造人民的形象,用人民的歌声礼赞人民的生活。”


  广西民族音画《八桂大歌》是广西区党委宣传部、广西区文化厅重点主抓、柳州市人民政府主办,柳州市委宣传部、柳州市文化局具体组织实施的广西新世纪舞台艺术重点剧目。其目的是打造一台有浓郁民族文化特色和鲜明地域特色,张扬民族精神,展示博大精深的民族艺术,极具精品气质、经典魅力和文化影响力,富于艺术特性的新世纪舞台艺术标志性作品。从而让世界了解广西、关注广西、热爱广西、提升广西的整体形象,并为中华民族文化艺术赢得尊严。


  该剧目2002年5月正式策划启动,2002年12月鸣锣开排。2003年4月首演,短短一年半时间里,《八桂大歌》足迹遍及广西的柳州、南宁、梧州、桂林,到过郑州、嘉兴,共演出85场,收入逾500万元,并创造了以下几项奇迹:第一、在南宁连续演出18场、桂林11场,柳州24场,均创下了单剧在该城市连续商演最多场次的记录,而且场场爆满;第二、2004年一年里接连荣获文化部第十一届文华大奖和国家舞台艺术精品工程2003-2004年度十大精品剧目,成为全国唯一获此殊荣的“双冠王”,并于2005年1月被文化部抽调,作为唯一一台献演剧目为2003-2004年度国家舞台艺术精品工程二大精品剧目颁奖典礼演出,使广西、使柳州市继《刘三姐》之后,再次拥有了一个响当当的国字号文化品牌。





每部文艺作品都有一个灵魂人物,如果说《云南映象》的成功离不开杨丽萍,说到《八桂大歌》,则不能不提总导演张继钢。身为总政歌舞团团长的他,昨日接受记者专访,对《八桂大歌》进行详细解读。


生活如歌八桂如画


记:《八桂大歌》被定位为“民族音画”,对观众而言这个名词还是比较陌生的。


张:顾名思义,在它的舞蹈歌唱中,有人物、有情感。我们可以感受到广西的村村寨寨、男男女女,可以看到他们的劳动和爱情,那是一种色彩斑斓的生活。


记:《八桂大歌》的每个场景都像一幅画,这就是“音画”的表现形式吗?


张:从2000年我们开始商议这个作品时,就定下目标——不重复别人。虽然《八桂大歌》是歌和舞构成的,但它要像画一样美。舞台是专门订做的,在剧场看,就像在看立体电影一样有流动感。


劳动当歌天地有爱


记:你们把演出分为“劳动篇”和“爱情篇”,是出于什么考虑?


张:这代表广西人民生活的两个方面。“劳动篇”一开始就是《劳动当歌》,气势磅礴,然后是击鼓挖地、祈雨、插秧,一直到丰收。“爱情篇”也是这样,先是综述《天地有爱》,然后讲述两个人怎么相识,怎么手眼传情、打情骂俏,最后成婚、听房、直到有了孩子。《八桂大歌》就是这样,一直从远古说到今天。每一首歌,就似一段生命的历程;每一段舞,就如一幅生命的素描。


取之于民还之于民


记:《八桂大歌》以歌取胜,听说您对歌词的创作要求特别严格,为什么?


张:我的理念是:用人民的语言塑造人民的形象,用人民的歌声礼赞人民生活。但我们很多词作家写的词很概念化,不痛不痒。第一句说完太阳,第二句一定要说月亮;第一句说完男人,第二句一定要说女人;第一句说完红色,第二句就一定要说蓝色,这种肤浅的对仗,我不要。《八桂大歌》现有的歌曲,每一首的歌词都改了10遍以上。


记:旋律虽然有民歌的味道,却又不是简单的民歌。


张:我们不是民歌集合,而是创作了一个有民间风格的艺术品。这里边的歌如《摆呀摆》、《心事从竹林里飘出来》,已经成为鱼峰山下、龙潭湖边的群众每天在唱的歌。我们取之于民,还要奉献给人民。作为艺术家,这是最快乐的事。






荆楚网消息(楚天都市报)歌多情,舞多姿———今晚,“楚天都市之夜·《八桂大歌》”将在湖北剧院拉开大幕,为江城观众展现别具一格的八桂风情画。


昨日,《八桂大歌》精美演出服在湖北剧院门口展出,让江城观众提前领略了壮乡服饰文化。因为服装多达300多种不同款式,所以主办方采取两小时一轮换的形式,力争在7-9日展出期间全面展示“八桂”服饰精华。不少观众希望能延长服装展示时间,但因《八桂大歌》下场演出时间已定,9日演出结束后,演出服将随剧团一起离汉。


其实服饰只是演出的一个组成部分,今晚的演出,将全面展现民族音画的种种精妙。40余首直白坦荡的山歌串起“劳动篇”和“爱情篇”;奔放俏丽的舞蹈尽情讴歌苗、瑶、侗、壮、京各族勤劳人民;宏伟大气的舞台、如梦如幻的灯光、原生态的风格,将引领观众走进诗与画的意境。





今晚看了整个演出,几个有意思的地方:1、“壮乡甘蔗林”里的女唱,她的配音是一个女孩儿的童声,和演员的实际年龄差了些,感觉怪怪的。而且很像我在凤凰旅游认识的一个朋友。2、在“天地有爱”里前排坐唱的中间女演员,可能演出操劳,没开场多久就开始有抽噎的动作,想必是感冒咳嗽。同样上台演出过,所以知道此时的处境,很为她捏把汗,看的出她很痛苦,但是作为演员她还是很不错的处理了过去,将问题化到最小。3、“月亮里有个你”这个节目字幕打出来是寒了一把,英文翻译是“There have you on the moon.”寒,小学生现在也该懂的吧!4、值得一提的就是“瑶家妹子要出嫁”的歌曲唱的非常动听。第一段第二句,很讨我喜欢,呵呵!!






荆楚网消息(楚天都市报)歌多情,舞多姿———今晚,“楚天都市之夜·《八桂大歌》”将在湖北剧院拉开大幕,为江城观众展现别具一格的八桂风情画。


昨日,《八桂大歌》精美演出服在湖北剧院门口展出,让江城观众提前领略了壮乡服饰文化。因为服装多达300多种不同款式,所以主办方采取两小时一轮换的形式,力争在7-9日展出期间全面展示“八桂”服饰精华。不少观众希望能延长服装展示时间,但因《八桂大歌》下场演出时间已定,9日演出结束后,演出服将随剧团一起离汉。


其实服饰只是演出的一个组成部分,今晚的演出,将全面展现民族音画的种种精妙。40余首直白坦荡的山歌串起“劳动篇”和“爱情篇”;奔放俏丽的舞蹈尽情讴歌苗、瑶、侗、壮、京各族勤劳人民;宏伟大气的舞台、如梦如幻的灯光、原生态的风格,将引领观众走进诗与画的意境。





今晚看了整个演出,几个有意思的地方:1、“壮乡甘蔗林”里的女唱,她的配音是一个女孩儿的童声,和演员的实际年龄差了些,感觉怪怪的。而且很像我在凤凰旅游认识的一个朋友。2、在“天地有爱”里前排坐唱的中间女演员,可能演出操劳,没开场多久就开始有抽噎的动作,想必是感冒咳嗽。同样上台演出过,所以知道此时的处境,很为她捏把汗,看的出她很痛苦,但是作为演员她还是很不错的处理了过去,将问题化到最小。3、“月亮里有个你”这个节目字幕打出来是寒了一把,英文翻译是“There have you on the moon.”寒,小学生现在也该懂的吧!4、值得一提的就是“瑶家妹子要出嫁”的歌曲唱的非常动听。第一段第二句,很讨我喜欢,呵呵!!

30件你不知道可以通过Internet来办到的事

星期六, 07月 9th, 2005
The Web is learning new tricks every day. These surprising sites and services will help you solve problems and save time–and one might even make you a star.

Dan Tynan
From the July 2005 issue of PC World magazine


So you think you have the Web all figured out? Well, think again.

Did you know that you could charter a private jet online, star in your own reality TV show, or download songs as you drive your car? That’s just the beginning. You can tell your boss a few unpleasant truths without revealing your identity and sniff out trends before your oh-so-hip friends get wind of them. Using the right sites, you can give Google a face-lift, promote your products or bloviate about your blog, publish a novel, write a business plan, scan your PC for spies, and get free tech help. You can even use the Web to uncover government secrets and to predict your own demise. (Those last two activities will be unrelated, we hope.) Best of all, most of these sites won’t charge you a dime.

Here are some of the more surprising things the Web can do for you.

Trend Buzz, Reality TV, and more…

Go Back in Time

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Wonder what Yahoo looked like during the dot-com boom? Dial up the Wayback Machine, and you can view cached copies of popular Web sites dating back to 1996. For quick nostalgia trips, add a Wayback bookmarklet to your Firefox or Opera toolbar or Internet Explorer favorites; clicking the button will call up the archive of the site you’re viewing.

Give Google a Face-Lift

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Google offers more than a dozen services, but most are hidden. The GoogleX interface makes all of Google’s goodies–such as Gmail, Froogle, Maps, and more–accessible via a nifty Mac OS X-like toolbar. Originally designed by a Google researcher, the toolbar disappeared shortly after being posted on the Google Labs site (most likely due to objections by Apple), but not before some plucky Netizens saved a copy for your use.

Catch the Early Buzz on Trends

Want to find out what the bloggers are talking about before it hits the mainstream? Just sign up for PubSub and plug in your search terms. This site crawls more than 9 million blogs, public relations newswires, and SEC filings for relevant entries, and then e-mails you the results. You can also install a sidebar applet inside IE or Firefox and view the results interactively.

Back Up and Share Music and Videos

Using Streamload, you can upload gigabytes of music and video files (as well as Word docs, Web pages, presentations, and more) and share them with any other Streamload user you choose (provided you have the legal right to use the material, of course). You or your friends can stream or download media files to any computer, so you can watch your home videos even when you are far from home. A free Streamload account comes with 10GB of storage and 100MB of downloads per month; accounts with unlimited storage and from 1GB to 60GB of downloads range from $5 to $40 per month.

Check Your Inbox From Anywhere

You say your ISP doesn’t offer a Web interface for your e-mail inbox? Don’t fret. With Mail2Web you can access any POP3 or IMAP4 account, read and respond to messages, and attach up to 10MB of files from any Web-connected computer. And don’t worry, your mail will still be there ready to download when you get back to the office.

Find Uncle Sam’s Hidden Files

Hear that big sucking sound? It’s thousands of documents disappearing from government Web pages–some removed due to national security concerns, and others for political reasons. But at sites like the Federation of American Scientists’ Project on Government Secrecy, The Memory Hole, and Cryptome, you can find some of these missing files, along with other declassified but hard-to-find documents.

Create Your Own Reality TV Show

Why should Paris Hilton and Donald Trump get all the glory? On ManiaTV you can submit your own 5-minute video clip; if it’s picked, the site will devote an hour of programming to a video of your life. You can also send in clips from your mobile phone, or program an hour-long "mixtape" of your favorite video clips for broadcast online. This self-styled MTV (without the TV) claims 1 million unique visitors a month.

Travel by Kayak

That’s "Kayak" as in Kayak.com–a cool metasearch site that works like an in-house travel agency. A Google-like home page searches for flights, hotels, and cars from more than 100 different travel sites. Unique slider bars let you filter flights by time or price range; you can view all available airlines, airports, and hotel chains, or winnow down to just your favorites.

Tell the Truth in Secret

Maybe your boss has bad breath, or a close friend is in serious need of an ego trim. You can slip them a word in secret using Sharpmail’s anonymous e-mailer. You can send your message in plain text or HTML, or you can send an SMS message to someone’s cell phone. (But don’t even think about sending abusive or spammish mail, or Sharpmail will pull your free account.) Who knows? Maybe you’ll receive an anonymous message taking you to task for your passive-aggressive e-mail tendencies.

Blog at Light Speed

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When you have something to say right away, let Bubbler be your mouthpiece. This convenient blogging tool resides on your desktop, enabling you to post entries, publish images, and share files with just a few mouse clicks–no wading through multiple log-on windows or dealing with kludgy posting tools. Bubbler will host a simple text blog with 1MB of storage for free; paid options that allow you more storage space range from 10MB ($5 a month) to 4GB ($100 a month).

Free Tech Help, Parenting Skills, and more…

Get Tech Help for Free

If Windows is having another bad hair day, but you’re unwilling to spend $35 to be aggravated by Microsoft support, the Tech Support Guy can help. Post your question to the site’s two dozen forums or search more than 300,000 threads to find an answer. It’s not as fast as a call to tech support, but it can be more fruitful and less frustrating.

Hone Your Parenting Skills

Are your children driving you up the wall? For $30 a month, About My Kids provides unlimited access to a personal parenting coach to answer your questions. You can talk with a coach via phone, e-mail, or live chat about your kids, whether they’re toddlers or teens. So the next time your 15-year-old comes home with a scary piercing–or a scarier date–you’ll know whom to call.

Increase Your Web Site’s IQ

You tackle some meaty topics on your Web site. Now how are you going to explain all those arcane terms for the newbies? Answers.com provides a way to add definitions for any term. For example, to define the acronym "XML," add the link www.answers.com/xml whenever "XML" appears on your page. Simple, easy, and free.

Become an E-Marketing Mogul

For as little as $15 a month, Constant Contact makes it a snap to create HTML-formatted e-mail newsletters, sign up visitors to your Web site, manage subscriber lists, find out who reads what you’re sending out, and identify your most successful marketing campaigns. But don’t even consider using it to send spam–Constant Contact monitors outgoing messages and will terminate your account at the first sign that you’re abusing the service.

Never Take Another Boring Business Trip

Why take your dog-and-pony show on the road when you can hold it on the Web? At GoToMeeting you can display your slides, host live demos, or collaborate on documents while gabbing on the phone. GoToMeeting costs $50 a month for unlimited meetings of up to ten participants–a fraction of the cost of other online conferencing services, and a lot cheaper than a cross-country plane ticket. An even cheaper option is Microsoft’s free (if ancient) NetMeeting client, which lets you collaborate with other NetMeeting users. It’s not installed in XP by default, so you’ll have to search for "netmeeting" in XP’s Help and Support and run a wizard to install it.

Compare Cell Plans

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Are you tied up in knots trying to unravel dozens of mobile phone plans? WireFly can untangle the mess. Just type in your zip code to search by carrier, phone, or plan. You can then sort your options by price, minutes, and type of coverage, and compare the plans in a side-by-side view. Charts include J.D. Power ratings for customer care and service plans, as well as WireFly’s own rating of each carrier’s market coverage.

Follow Your Money

If you’ve ever wondered where all your money goes, now you can find out. Where’s George literally tracks your dollars using the serial numbers on each bill. Whoever receives your greenbacks will have to log on to the site for you to track the dough, so you might want to write the URL on your bucks before you fork them over.

Unmask Spoofed Web Sites

That Web site may look just like your bank’s, but is it really? Find out by downloading Corestreet’s free Spoofstick applet. It displays the real domain of the site in your browser toolbar, regardless of what the address window says–an invaluable tool for fighting phishers. The toolbar is available for both IE 6.x and Firefox 1.x.

Disinfect Your PC

Is your antivirus software on the fritz? Don’t despair, just stop by Panda Software’s site for a free system scan. You’ll have to download an applet, surrender your e-mail address, and use Internet Explorer (the scanner requires ActiveX). Panda detects and disinfects most forms of malware, and will alert you to (but won’t fix) spyware infestations.

Design Your Own Business Cards

Forget about schlepping down to Kinko’s to order business cards. At IPrint you just choose a card template and start filling in text. You can pick fonts, colors, graphics, and paper, preview your work, and place an order with a few clicks. A box of 250 is $18 and up; you can also get matching letterhead, envelopes, labels, coffee mugs, and more.

Become a T-Shirt Titan

Want a quick and easy way to promote your business? CafePress will put your corporate logo on T-shirts, caps, coffee mugs, mouse pads, and more. You can give the items away to customers or sell them directly from a CafePress-powered page on your site. The site handles everything from production to payment, and then gives you a cut of each sale.

Charter Jet, Get Surreal, and more…

Charter a Private Jet

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So you struck it rich selling Furbies on EBay and now you want to travel in style. At Charter Auction, you can rent a private jet starting at $2100 an hour. Plug in your departure and arrival information, and private jet owners will bid for your business. (You’ll have to put $100,000 in an escrow account before you can book a flight.) A typical round trip from New York to San Francisco runs about $30,000. Pricey, but a great way to impress prospective clients.

Shop for the Best Advertising Venue

Advertising on the Web doesn’t have to be complicated. Adbrite makes buying banner ads as easy as shopping at Amazon.com. Just pick a site where you want your ad to appear, and add it to your shopping cart. Prices range from 1 cent per click to $6000 for a week-long text ad campaign, depending on the site you’re targeting. You can also sell ad space on your site to others; Adbrite takes 25 percent of the cut.

Hire a Nag

There was something I wanted to tell you…now, what was it again? Oh, yeah–it was about RemindMe.com. This nifty service pops up a window on your computer for those crucial events (birthdays, anniversaries, tee times) when relying on a personal organizer just isn’t enough. The stand-alone package costs $25, but a free (ad-supported) e-mail version should be available by the time you read this.

Become a Blog Snob

It doesn’t matter how brilliant your blog is if your mom is your only reader. Get the word out with Pheedo’s Blogsnob. Simply add a small piece of JavaScript code to your blog template and create a pithy, one-sentence ad that will appear on other blogs in Pheedo’s network. The service works with blogs created in Blogger and TypePad (but not LiveJournal).

Get Surreal

Is your Web site a tad, well, dull? Ravenblack’s random surrealism generator will spark it right up. Just copy the site’s free HTML code to your home page template. Each time your page loads, it will display a different Dali-esque comment ("A saucepan a day keeps the banana away"). Words to live by.

Take Your Business to the Next Level

Your small business could be the next Amazon.com–if you don’t get lost in the business jungle first. Let StartupNation be your guide. Budding entrepreneurs can find reams of free advice, success stories, online seminars, and more from radio hosts and small-business consultants Rich and Jeff Sloan. You can also buy business plan software, obtain insurance, and hire a branding consultant.

Make High School Cool

Do your teens need to take courses that their local school doesn’t offer? Enroll them at either the Virtual High School or the Florida Virtual School. Your child can take a single course or a series of them across a wide range of topics. These fully accredited learning institutions educate thousands of students nationwide, but in order for your children to get class credit on their transcripts, they will need to sign up through their high school.

Clean Out Your Garage (and Fill It Back Up)

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Got boxes of old LPs or baseball cards you don’t know what to do with? Swap ‘em for something you like better at SwapThing. You can swap items such as music, art, trading cards, and old schoolbooks, or offer them for sale. You can list items for free; the site charges each party a buck for every item swapped or sold. It’s easier and cheaper than auctioning them on EBay.

Hire a Virtual Office Manager

Running a small business means having to know a little bit about everything. Need to whip up a marketing plan or write a human resources manual? SmartOnline provides the know-how and the tools. You can purchase a passel of bread-and-butter business services for $30 a month or order them à la carte. The site also offers a handful of free tools, such as an online calendar, address book, and currency converter.

Download Tunes While You Drive

You’re in your car and a great song comes on the radio, but by the time you get home you’ve totally forgotten the band’s name. With Music On Command you can buy the tune instantly. Just dial a toll-free number and punch in the station’s call letters; the site sends an e-mail or SMS with a link to a store where you can download the song. At press time the service was still in beta testing, and songs were available through Buy.com for $1 apiece. The service covers more than 1200 radio stations in North America; support for Sirius and XM satellite radio is in the works.

Publish Your Masterpiece

So you’ve completed your 1000-page opus but can’t find a publisher? Do it yourself on Lulu.com. Unlike most self-publishing sites, Lulu charges no up-front fees and requires no minimum orders. Just upload a word processing document and follow a wizard to choose the book’s size, format, cover art, and price or commission. Lulu takes 20 percent of the cover price. You can sell your book via Lulu, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, or your own Web site. If you order copies for yourself, you pay only binding and printing costs–around $8.50 for a standard 200-page paperback.

Find Out How Much Time You Have Left

We all have to go sometime–and the DeathClock purports to tell you precisely when. Just plug in your birth date, gender, height, and weight; the site predicts the day of your demise based on average life expectancy, and even displays a ticker that counts down to the big day in seconds.

Desktop Info: Webify Your Desktop

Why venture out on the Net when it can come to you? You can festoon your desktop with "widgets" that pull information from your favorite Web sites.

The best-known widget program is Pixoria’s Konfabulator ($25). It comes with more than a dozen prefab widgets, which run the gamut from practical (clocks, stock tickers, battery and Wi-Fi monitors) to whimsical (a "werewolf" widget that displays the phases of the moon). But the real widget wonderland is Pixoria’s site, where users contribute their own creations for free. Here you’ll find traffic and surf cams, train schedules, radio and RSS tuners, meters that display the locations of the cheapest gas in your area, an English-to-Swedish translator, a haiku generator, a Shakespearean Insult Kit, and the unblinking red eye of the HAL 9000 computer from 2001: A Space Odyssey, complete with sound bites. And all that is just for starters.

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To add a new widget to your desktop, right-click the Konfabulator icon in your system tray and select Open Widget. To download more items from the site, select Get More Widgets. To view all your widgets at once, select Konspose. It doesn’t get much simpler.

Stardock’s DesktopX 3 ($15) features 23 widgets, including a language translator and an applet that can fetch the lyrics of virtually any song you might have a hankering to hear. The Standard ($25) and Professional ($70) versions come with tools that let you build your own widgets or overhaul your entire Windows desktop. Another place to find free stand-alone widgets, from clocks and calendars to abstract art generators, is at the Freeware Guide.

Web APIs: Make the Big Sites Work for You

Amazon and Google are more than just Web sites–they’re gigantic collections of useful data. The application programming interfaces (APIs) that access that data have enabled developers to build other amazing sites, and you can too if you’re willing to hack a little code.

Amazon.com has more than 80,000 developers who use its API to build online shopping malls, as well as sites like Live Plasma, where you can search on a musician and view a groovy map showing related artists.

"We invite developers to be creative and innovative," says Amazon Web services evangelist Jeff Barr, "to take our data and do fun things with it."

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It’s not just Amazon. Dreamworks animator Paul Rademacher has combined data from Google Maps and Craigslist to create an interactive map that lets you find housing in markets across the country. FlickrPaper employs Flickr’s API to let users build desktop wallpaper from Flickr’s shared photo collection. First Floor Software used a Yahoo API to create an image search engine that displays results as a slide show. The Send to Smug Mug plug-in enables users of Smugmug.com to send pics directly to the digital photography site by right-clicking an image inside Windows Explorer. And that’s just a tiny sample of what’s available.

To take advantage of a site’s API, you need some knowledge of common Web programming tools. Google’s downloadable API kit contains a manual on how to use it, along with sample Java and .Net code. Flickr provides a wealth of APIs, as well as code samples. You’ll find documentation and more for Amazon’s APIs here; Yahoo’s is here.

Even if you’re not a code jockey, you can add Google or Amazon to your site. Simply copy a dozen lines of HTML code to add a Google search box to your home page. Selling Amazon products on your site for up to a 10 percent commission is nearly as easy. You’ll have to sign up for the Amazon Associates program and copy some code to your home page. Then just wait for the money to roll in.

Be Your Own Shock Jock

You don’t need a mellifluous voice or wild hair to become a cybermedia star. All you require are some podcasting tools.

To start, you need audio software, such as Audacity or IPodcast Producer ($150), that records MP3 files. (You can also use Windows Sound Recorder to record .wav files, and then convert them to MP3s using a program like Musicmatch Jukebox.) Once you’ve recorded your file, you’ll have to enclose it in an RSS feed, and upload it to your blog or Web site.

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But for my money, the easiest route to podcasting is Audioblog.com ($5 a month or $50 a year). Here you’ll find everything you need in one easy bloglike interface. For example, to record a podcast, you just log in and click the Audio tab, and then Record New Audio Post. Click Allow to let the site access your microphone or camera, followed by Begin and then Record. When you’re done, click Stop and enter a title and description for your recording; then click Save. On the next page, click Publish Audio, and then select the blog or RSS feed you want to publish it to. It’s that simple.

In fact, you don’t even need a computer to begin your podcasting career. You can dial a number, record entries via phone, and then automatically post them to your blog. And if you want the world to see as well as hear you, Audioblog can do the same thing for video files captured via Webcam. Stardom is just a click away.

Make $$ From Your Site

Just because you missed the dot-com boom doesn’t mean the gravy train has passed you by completely. Here are a handful of ways you can make your Web site pay for itself and maybe bring in a little bit of extra cash as well.

  • Text ads: Programs like Google AdSense let you carry text ads relevant to your site’s content. Every time a visitor views or clicks an ad, you’ll earn a few pennies.

  • Affiliate programs: Many online merchants depend on networks of affiliate sites to move product. Affiliate aggregators like LinkShare or Commission Junction let you pick from hundreds of affiliate advertisers, some offering commissions as high as 40 percent.

  • Subscriptions: Is your Web content worth paying for? You could charge users for access. But be aware that subscription management services like VisionGate or MemberGate can cost from a few hundred to several thousand dollars a month, depending on the number of subscribers.

  • Self-publishing: Aaron Gleeman, editor in chief of the Hardball Times baseball site, used a more traditional method of generating income from his hobby. He published a couple of books, including The Hardball Times Baseball Annual, through Lulu Press. The royalties allow him to pay his writers a small stipend and to make a comfortable if not cushy living.
  • 《史密斯行动》介绍&由此看布莱德·彼特

    星期六, 07月 9th, 2005
    史密斯夫妇/史密斯行动 Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)

    导 演:

    道格·李曼 Doug Liman

    主 演:

    布拉德·皮特 Brad Pitt 安吉拉·贝塞特 Angela Bassett 文斯·沃恩 Vince Vaughn 威廉·菲德内尔 William Fichtner 安吉丽娜·朱莉 Angelina Jolie 帕特里卡·达博 Patrika Darbo Amy Hathaway 亚当·布罗迪 Adam Brody

    上 映:

    2005年06月08日 ( 埃及 )更多地区

    地 区:

    美国 ( 拍摄地 )

    对 白:

    英语

    评 分:

    6.7/10( 11234票 ) 详细

    颜 色:

    彩色

    声 音:

    时 长:

    0 分钟

    类 型:

    喜剧 爱情 惊秫 冒险 动作

    分 级:

    英国:15 澳大利亚:M 美国:PG-13 新加坡:PG

    剧情简介:
      翻拍自希区柯克的旧作。布拉德-皮特和安吉丽娜-朱莉所扮演的史密斯夫妇在外人眼里是一对令人羡慕的夫妻,但二人各自效力于一个秘密组织,而且彼此隐瞒了自己“职业杀手”的身份。直到一次相同的刺杀任务,夫妻俩暗斗的结果是两败俱伤。
      在追查破坏自己行动元凶的过程中,夫妻俩逐渐开始怀疑对方。直到妻子在晚餐中无意将自己敏捷的身手暴露给同是内行的杀手丈夫后,夫妻俩共同居住了七年的双层别墅立时成为了杀人战场。
      不过,多年的夫妻情谊,加之身手又在伯仲之间,史密斯夫妇最终选择放下武器。但所在组织并不愿意放过他们,为了逃避各自顾主所派出的杀手追杀,两位顶级杀手联合起来,开始疯狂的报复行动。


    评论:由《史密斯夫妇》来看布莱德-彼特
      当“全球最性感的男人”把金色微卷的头发剃成小平头,当好莱坞最得宠的“金童”狠狠甩开“玉女”的手,当布莱德·彼特紧张兮兮地盯着安吉丽娜·朱莉迷人大腿上的那柄飞刀时,彼特独有的那种懒散随意的浪子气质突然人间蒸发了。那个在《末路狂花》里仅用臀部曲线就可令人小鹿乱撞的浪荡子J.D.从大漠孤烟的公路边走向了曼哈顿的林立高楼,那个在《十二只猴子》里光着半个屁股、邋遢猥琐的疯子,穿上了西装扎上了领结,笨拙地和新欢共舞探戈……

      这一切的一切,都不再是布莱德·彼特了。在彼特最新的影片《史密斯夫妇》中,眼角和额头的皱纹都透露着42岁男人的焦虑,这个希腊神话中的英雄阿喀琉斯企图用惊天的绯闻把自己的后跟藏起来。

      世界上怕就怕认真二字

      好莱坞没有一条规定说,演员必须要会演戏,布莱德·彼特就没有受过任何戏剧训练,但没有人否认,这个曾经帮墨西哥快餐店门口扮过大鸡、兼职开卡车的男人有种独特的魅力。

      他和汤姆·克鲁斯同为美国“婴儿潮”一代,但到了上世纪90年代,彼特那种懒散随意的吸引力逐渐盖过了克鲁斯在整个80年代精心打造的有上进心、有控制力、有计划的明星形象。

      留着稍许的胡扎、穿着磨旧的牛仔裤、斜靠在马厩的栏杆上,彼特只要一双蓝色的眼睛放放电就活脱脱一个《燃情岁月》里的牛仔;不用演戏,只要把手上马鞭换成渔竿彼特就成了《大河恋》里的钓鱼男孩,换成拳击手套他就是《搏击俱乐部》里的暴力男,换成左轮手枪他就是《七宗罪》里的英俊警探——詹姆斯·迪恩的叛逆和汤姆·克鲁斯阳光的混合体,比起颓废阴郁的强尼·戴普更受到主流观众的欢迎。彼特从不否认自己其实不懂演戏:“我不太了解演戏,我不知道自己究竟在做什么,我就是不知道。”

      布莱德·彼特其实从不需要扮演别人,他的魅力在于“貌合神离”的慵懒,当彼特“神形兼备”地准备要扮演什么的时候,灾难就来临了。“世界上怕就怕认真二字”这句箴言,在他这里完全颠倒了涵义。

      《史密斯夫妇》中,依旧有彼特在沙漠中狂飙越野车、扛着火箭筒的英姿,甚至在沙漠里扭臀撒尿,不过这一切都显得滑稽,甚至及不上《燃情岁月》中代替彼特马上飞驰的替身;那段好似缠绵的打斗和那段好似打斗的床戏,都马马虎虎而已,但最后如舞蹈般吴宇森似的枪战,实在是僵硬而短暂,除了乱飞的子弹和猛烈的爆炸,一切都像电子游戏中慢上半拍模拟军人;即便一对佳人盛装跳探戈,依旧觉得全世界的娱乐媒体和安妮斯顿都盯着彼特的脊梁背,难免阴风阵阵;如果光从舞技来评价,与全球最性感的男人和瞎眼的阿尔·帕西诺比起来,他简直就是刚刚学会走路的孩童。

      漫长而蹊跷的谢幕演出

      早在《特洛伊》的拍摄期间,彼特就宣布说将在四年内退出影坛,一晃快两年过去了,彼特倒是先和结婚四年半的安妮斯顿离了婚,如今又找到了一个“退休”后最可能从事的职业:建筑设计师。在近期接受《名利场》访问时,彼特说自己已经对建筑设计着了魔,干什么事都要先画一张草图。

      全球影迷不仅要慨叹,难道好莱坞宠儿布莱德·彼特就要用绯闻、离婚、《史密斯夫妇》和所谓的草图来作为自己的谢幕演出吗?其实叹息和眼泪都是多余的,彼特最好的作品已经是上世纪的事了。

      1999年,世纪末的秋天,《搏击俱乐部》在威尼斯电影节上映,观众的反映:“就像一场巨大的灾难”,他们似乎觉得很不舒服,而彼特和爱德华.诺顿等人都醉醺醺地嚷嚷着:“太好了,我们喜欢这样。” 人群散去,一些人愤怒地叫喊着“法西斯分子,法西斯分子!”彼特微笑着转向诺顿,“这是我参与过的最好的电影。”

      2001年,纽约曼哈顿的秋天,如《搏击俱乐部》的结尾中纽约各大楼被炸毁如出一辙,双子塔倒在废墟中,人们尖叫着、漫无目的地奔跑;此时,不知还有多少人记得,在电影里那个幽灵般的彼特。

      如今,《搏击俱乐部》里的中年危机已经在彼特的生活中显现。那句“这是我参与过的最好的电影”和甜蜜的誓言一并在婚姻和事业的解体和坍塌中回荡,也许彼特那数不清的女友们一起可以拍一部好莱坞肥皂剧来祭奠好莱坞宠儿的没落,结局是浪子回头,满目废墟,看不到对岸。

      布莱德·彼特重要电影

      《七宗罪》 1995年

      在电影里,七罪、七罚、七次下雨、故事发生在七天,甚至结局也由罪犯定在第七天的下午七时,无处不在的“7”暗示观众:它是宿命的罪与罚。片中布莱德·彼特演的侦探一角非常出色。像以往一样,他又一次对他的搭档女主角产生爱慕之情。这一次是比他小十岁的格温内斯帕尔特洛。他们的恋情持续了两年半之久,包括最后的七个月。

      《十二只猴子》1995年

      让全世界最性感的男人去扮演一个光着半个屁股,邋遢猥琐的疯子,紧张而又口若悬河的“演讲”,演讲教练故意拿走了彼特的香烟,急得他四处乱跳,接下来不用说,那场戏堪称彼特表演中的经典。

      《搏击俱乐部》1999年

      彼特在剧中演的其实是爱德华.诺顿另一面,充满着无政府主义的特质,他开了“搏击俱乐部”,让那些在生活中无法发泄的人互殴,他炸毁了纽约无数的高楼大厦,他直接向“婴儿潮”一代发出怒吼,抨击了美国人40年来的生活现状。

      《史密斯夫妇》2005年

      史密斯夫妇被誉为是真实的谎言与玫瑰战争的混合版,彼特与茱莉饰演了一对各为其主的杀手夫妇,表面上看来却是一对云淡风轻的普通夫妇,事实上,两人俱是杀手行业的顶尖高手,精通各种奇门武器、拳脚功夫,直到某日接受新任务时,才惊觉原来这次要下手的就是对方。此片将于7月8日在上海公映。

    如何注册@msn.com的邮箱域名

    星期四, 07月 7th, 2005

    在msn和hotmail整合了之后,我们发现@msn.com的邮箱无法注册了,我倒是在这之前抢到了这个简单的域名。

    不过后来发现在sogoo那里发现了它的注册方法,其实就是整合之前的页面,现在很难被找出罢鸟。

    需要的朋友快来注册一个吧!

    点击这里注册

    0day 常用名词解释

    星期四, 07月 7th, 2005

    NFO文件名常识:
    Incl.Keygen—>包含有注册器
    keygen only—>只含注册器
    WinALL—>适用于所有版本Windows操作系统(一般是指95 98 ME 2000 XP 2003)
    Trainer—>密技
    Cracked—>破解版本(对原文件进行了修改)
    MAC OSX—>Macintosh平台上的软件
    NUKED—>发布的内容违犯规则或存在问题因而被取消,别的小组可重新发布。
    Ebook—>电子书
    Repack /Proper—>重新打包/正确的(对上一个不成功的破解的修正)
    Plug in—>插件
    regged—>已經注册了的軟件
    retail—>零售版
    READ.NFO—>一般表示有某种特别说明
    DIRFIX nfo—>说明文件修正,一般只有一个nfo文件
    BiLiNGUAL—>双语版本
    MutilLiNGUAL—>多语言版本
    PHP.NULL—>PHP完整脚本程序
    ASP.NULL—>ASP完整脚本程序
    Incl.Patch—>带有破解补丁
    WORKING—>先前已有组织释放,但是不能完整工作,当前的释放是完整工作的。
    Licensed—>带有许可文件
    FiXED—>重新修正版
    Unlocker—>解锁补丁
    Cheats—>作弊修改器
    ALL.ACCESS.CHEAT—>通关秘籍

    电影文件名常识:
    PROPER—> 完美版
    DUPE—>与别的组织Release有重复
    UNRATE—>未删节(好)
    R-RATE—>有删节(不好)
    WS —>宽银幕版本的影片
    FS—>4:3 全荧幕版本的影片(有些影片DVD中同时有WS和FS两种版本,Rip出来就要有两种Release)
    Bad IVTC —>画面有不可去处的拉丝(不好的版本)
    Bad Aspt —>画面比例不正常(不好的版本)
    LIMITED —>指在美国有限上映的片子,很多外国片都这样
    WITH EXTRAS—>带花絮
    INTERLACED—>隔行(可看见横的扫瞄线)
    NUKED—> 画质太差,被FTP的管理员废掉
    SUBED —>内嵌硬字幕(画面内不能消去)
    CAM—> 摄影机拍影院银幕,带有影院音响(夹带观众笑声,不好)
    Telesync, TS—>摄像机拍影院银幕,从影院放映机直接接线输出
    Telecine, TC—> 胶版,直接转电影拷贝,转电影拷贝
    DVD SCREENER —>用于观摩或展示的DVD
    SCREENER, SCR —>用于观摩或展示录影带
    WORKPRINT,WP—>工作录影带(导演剪接版,与发行版不同 )
    Director Cut —>导演剪接版
    TDX—> 传统DivX制作规则,不符合规则就不会被接受或被NUKE
    INTERNAL—>不太符合TDX标准的作品,一些是自己做着玩,还有一些是那组织认为依照TDX无法做到满意的质量,但不依照TDX做又会被NUKE,所以只好INTERNAL,有些比较值得收藏。
    STV—>指没有也不会有美国影院公映这部片,或者是在影院放映前已经在电视上放过
    OST—> 原声大碟

    PDA文件名常识
    其特定含义篇
    PPC2002 – –> 该软件所适用的操作系统,Pocket PC2002
    WM2003 —> 该软件所适用的操作系统,Windows Mobile 2003等同于Pocket PC2003
    ALL.PPC—> 适用于所有的Pocket PC系统,包括Pocket PC2000/Pocket PC2002/Pocket PC2003(Windows Mobile 2003)
    ARM、MIPS、SH3分别代表该软件只适用于基于ARM、MIPS、SH3处理器的Pocket PC
    PalmOS—> 该软件是为PalmOS系统开发的,
    其中PalmOS5 是代表该软件只适用于PalmOS 5.0系统及以上
    CLIE为Sony Clie设备专用版
    Treo 180/270/600分别为Handspring Treo机型专用版
    HIRES为专为拥有高分辨率屏幕(320*320)的机型设计
    SymbianOS 6/6.1/7 是代表该软件只适用于SymbianOS 6.0/6.1/7.0系统
    UIQ 是代表该软件适用于symbian7.0系统UIQ界面的机型,如Sony Ericsson的P800/P900和Motorola A920等
    JAVA 该软件为Java软件,需要支持Java的机型才能正常使用
    S60.Java 专为Nokia S60系列机型设计的Java软件(Nokia7650, Nokia3650, Nokia3310等)
    S40.Java 专为Nokia S40列机型设计的Java软件(Nokia6100,Nokia6610,Nokia6108,Nokia7210,Nokia7250等)
    其中如特指明N3650、N6600等则又为该机型所优化
    Smartphone 代表该软件适用于Windows Mobile Smartphone系统

    领导同志通用发言稿

    星期四, 07月 7th, 2005

    可将下文中xxx换为“抗洪救灾”,“计划生育”,“绿色粪坑技术推广”……中的一项,最多做少量修改。

      同志们:
      今天,我们在这里召开的xxx会议,我认为是十分必要的,这对于xxx工作的开展,具有十分重要的指导意义。对于刚才某某同志,以及某某同志的讲话,我认为,讲的非常好,非常深刻。希望在座的同志,认真领会,深刻理解。回去后,要传达某某同志及某某同志的讲话精神,并认真落实、真抓实干,推动xxx工作的顺利开展,努力开创xxx工作新局面。
      对于xxx工作,我提几点补充意见:
      一.对于xxx工作,我们要从思想上提高认识,充分领会xxx工作的重要性和必要性。
      目前,xxx工作已经开创了很大的局面,获得了很大的成绩,这是有目共睹的。但是,还是要从深度和广度上更加推进xxx工作。我看,最重要的一点是:提高认识!各级领导要充分领会xxx工作的重要性和必要性,各级党组织要加强关于xxx工作的宣传力度,形成上下“齐抓共管”的局面,只有这样,xxx工作才能更上层楼。
      二.对于xxx工作,要加强落实,要把工作落到实处。
      目前,有个别同志、个别部门,存在一个很不好的现象,就是:热衷于搞形式主义,热衷于开大会,传达文件。
         当然,开大会是必要的,上传下达也是必须的。但是,光是讲空话、打官腔,是远远不够的。对xxx工作,要真抓实干,加强落实。各级领导要把xxx工作,列入日常议事日程,要具体部署,认真执行。各级领导要为xxx工作,创造必要的物质条件和舆论环境,扎扎实实推动xxx工作的开展。要抓出实效,抓出成绩。
      三.要加强协调工作
      历史证明:钢铁一样的团结,是我党消除一切困难的有力武器。关于xxx工作也一样,各级领导要加强协调工作,要把上下、左右、各方面、各环节有机结合起来,步调一致地推进xxx工作的开展。目前,有些部门,遇事推委、互相扯皮,这种官僚作风,十分要不得!这种作风,轻则导致工作效率降低,重则影响党和政府的威信。我们要坚决铲除这种官僚作风。
      四.要在实践中探索xxx工作与市场经济有机结合的新路子。
      Xxx工作与市场经济有没有关系,我看是大有关系。市场经济是一场深刻的社会变革,它的影响将波及社会生活的每一个领域,xxx工作也不例外,它必然会受市场经济的影响,因此,如何适应市场经济的要求,如何和市场经济有机结合起来,希望大家认真的思考一下,去探索一下,这是十分有意义的。
      五.参与xxx工作的同志,要有自豪感和责任感。
      同志们,对于xxx工作,政府是非常重视的;各级组织也投入大量的人力、物力、财力来推进xxx工作。同志们,你们承担的xxx工作,是肩负了各级组织对你们的殷切希望的,希望你们要脚踏实地、同心同德、努力工作,在各自的岗位上为社会主义建设,为改革开放,添砖加瓦!
      以上五点,供各位同志参考。总之,大家要振奋精神,多干实事,少说空话,开拓进取,努力开创xxx工作的新局面。
      谢谢各位。

    LM88的130个透明Flash

    星期三, 07月 6th, 2005