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狼人杀到底有差不多好游戏?它是哪些一步步走向爆红的?又到底是休是一个吓风口?

朗诵一如约好题,就是和不少高贵的总人口说

哪个会体悟,2017
年新春以来第一独超上投资风口的天地,竟然是狼人杀——一迟迟都流行于大学生顶个别群体之桌游手游化版本。

书名:How to read a book?

作者:Paul N. Edwards

翻译:年轻的杨胖

曾经发出数十家家手游公司出了打在狼人杀名号的制品,轮番冲击在 App Store
排行榜,乃至于这个领域的几贱领先者——狼人杀、天天狼人杀、玩吧在浅几月内,从不起眼的小团队,一跃成为风投界的座上宾。

How can you learn the most from a book—or any other piece of
writing—when you’re readingfor information, rather than for pleasure?

当你为求知设不是喜欢去看时,怎样才能学到再也多之事物吧?

It’s satisfying to start at the beginning and read straight through to
the end. Some books, such as novels, have to be read this way, since a
basic principle of fiction is to hold the reader in suspense. Your whole
purpose in reading fiction is to follow the writer’s lead, allowing him
or her to spin a story bit by bit.

小书,从头开始一直读到尾就足以了。比如小说,就亟须用这种措施读,因为小说的核心标准就是是装悬念,令读者出读下去的私欲。看虚构类书籍就是使跟着作者的思路,让其一点一点地管故事说为您放。

But many of the books, articles, and other documents you’ll read during
your undergraduate and graduate years, and possibly during the rest of
your professional life, won’t be novels. Instead, they’ll be
non-fiction: textbooks, manuals, journal articles, histories, academic
studies, and so on.

可是无论以公念、工作、或是在中,还存正在众多与小说不等同的书籍、文章与文献值得反复咀嚼。这些是休虚构类书籍:教材、手册、杂志、历史、学术研究等等。

The purpose of reading things like this is to gain, and retain,
information. Here, finding out what happens—as quickly and easily as
possible—is your main goal. So unless you’re stuck in prisonwith nothing
else to do, NEVER read a non-fiction book or article from beginning to
end.

看这类图书是为着取得与保存信息。尽可能疾方便地寻找有写被之重点才是您读书这好像图书的要目的。所以,除非您受牵涉在拘留所里无事可开,千万不要开到尾去阅读一如约无虚构类书籍!

(带在问题读,找到答案就是可了)

Instead, when you’re reading for information, you should ALWAYS jump
ahead, skip around, and use every available strategy to discover, then
to understand, and finally to remember what the writer has to say. This
is how you’ll get the most out of a book in the smallest amount of time.

以及通读相反,当您以从书被得到重要消息时,你该连发地跳读、略读、并因而上外可用之章程去摸索答案,接着消化理解,最后把笔者想要达的笔记下来。这会如你当最好缺少的岁月外于平本书里获得最多的消息。

Using the methods described here, you should be able to read a 300-page
book in six to eight hours. Of course, the more time you spend, the more
you’ll learn and the better you’ll understand the book. But your time is
limited.

下是方式,你应有就可知在六到八单小时外读了一比照300页的书。当然,花的工夫越多,学到之哪怕还多、理解也会见再也充分。但若的时光是个别的。

Here are some strategies to help you do this effectively. Most of these
can be applied not only to books, but also to any other kind of
non-fiction reading, from articles to websites. Table 1, on the next
page, summarizes the techniques, and the following pages explain them in
more detail.

这来一部分克辅助您增强阅读效率的计。大部分方式不仅适用于书,还适用于其他非虚构类读物,从文章到网站。表1总了具有的方式技巧,之后是对章程重复详细地说。

Table1


在日活超过 200 万继,狼人杀在 3 月初将到了松林基金的 A
轮融资,而初一车轮的投资者绝生或是金沙江朱啸虎和周亚辉;而这圈子早先的入局者——天天狼人杀则凭借在视频领域的优势,在玩耍迷群体中再三引发热议,成为狼人杀最充分之劲敌;原先布局桌游平台的玩吧,也依靠主打狼人杀模块和而发行多款同质不同皮之
App,占据了无数底市场;而于就三大后,马东的米未传媒就下定主意发行自己之一日游,腾讯的一日游部门也以摩拳擦掌。

Read the whole thing!

图片 1

狼人杀市场

连读全文

In reading to learn, your goal should always be to get all the way
through the assignment. It’s much more important to have a general grasp
of the arguments or hypotheses, evidence, and conclusions than to
understand every detail. In fact, no matter how carefully you read, you
won’t remember most of the details anyway.

每当阅读中上,你的目标即相应是想尽办法了解文章结构大意。对文章内容有一个横的打听比理解论点、假设、论据与结论等具有细节还主要。事实上,无论你念得多仔细,你啊无容许记下书中拥有的底细。

What you can do is remember and record the main points. And if you
remember those, you know enough to find the material again if you ever
do need to recall the details.

汝能够举行的虽是记忆与笔录文章要,一旦而如此做了,就可知在用之时节轻松回忆起文中的细节。


不管怎样,狼人杀火了,这个业务告知投资部门,在基础设备没有完备之前看无上之那些项目,到了今天夫节点上仍旧有改过自新再细看一举的价值。

Decide how much time you will spend

于就篇稿子被,将围绕狼人杀详细探索以下内容:

估算花费时间

If you know in advance that you have only six hours to read, it’ll be
easier to pace yourself. Remember, you’re going to read the whole book
(or the whole assignment).

设若您先设定6独小时为限制来读一本书,就可知再次好地调整自己阅读的韵律。记得,你要是做到的凡整治本书的开卷(或整篇论文)。

In fact, the more directly and realistically you confront your limits,
the more effective you will be at practically everything. Setting time
limits and keeping to them (while accomplishing your goals) is one of
the most important life skills you can learn. So never start to read
without planning when to stop.

实质上,越是直接与切实地给好的少时间,就更加能便捷完成所有。设置时限并严格遵循(以达成目标)是太关键的同等件可习得活技巧。所以于翻阅前,一定要是装时间范围。


狼人杀到底有差不多好游戏?是如出一辙球成名要一步步走向爆红?

Have a purpose and a strategy

手机狼人杀市场的布局是怎样演进的?

引人注目目标及方

Before you begin, figure out why you are reading this particular book,
and how you are going to read it. If you don’t have reasons and
strategies of your own—not just those of your teacher—you won’t learn as
much.

开卷之前,弄明白为何读这本开,以及怎么读。如果你没和谐的理由与办法(老师被的不到底),你或学不交外东西。

As soon as you start to read, begin trying to find out four things:

开卷的当儿,试着找找来立刻四个问题的答案:

•Who is the author?

•What are the book’s arguments?

•What is the evidence that supports these?

•What are the book’s conclusions?

•作者是孰?

•本书的见地是呀?

•本书用了什么样论据?

•本书的定论又是啊?

Once you’ve got a grip on these, start trying to determine:

上述问题发出了答案之后,请试着回接下的问题:

•What are the weaknesses of these arguments, evidence, and
conclusions?

•What do you think about the arguments, evidence, and conclusions?

•How does (or how could) the author respond to these weaknesses, and
to

your own criticisms?

•论点、论据、结论有没发生站不住脚的地方?

•你怎么看文中之论点、论据与结论?

•对于尚未说服力的有,作者是(可能会见)怎么转应?你的看法是啊?

Keep coming back to these questions as you read. By the time you finish,
you should be able to answer them all. Three good ways to think about
this are:

翻阅的长河被为可以不断完善你的答案,当您念了一本书的时,你应当早就报完所有问题了。三种植构思这些题目的思绪是:

a) Imagine that you’re going to review the book for a magazine.

b) Imagine that you’re having a conversation, or a formal debate, with
the author.

c) Imagine an examination on the book. What would the questions be,
and how would you answer them?

a)假而你要吗杂志对就本书。

b)想象一下而拿与作者进行同样软对话或标准辩论。

c)假如你的考试及本书有关,问题会见是什么?你同时会怎么回复?


旋即是同一缓慢日常的爆款游戏或者确实站在了社交风口上之革新?如果不是交际,他爆红的本色究竟是啊?

Read actively

倘当他的启示下,还有什么样的机值得挖掘?

积极阅读

Don’t wait for the author to hammer you over the head. Instead, from the
very beginning, constantly generate hypotheses (“the main point of the
book is that…”) and questions (“How does the author know that…?”)
about the book.

永不期待作者对君一头棒喝,从同开始就要不断地提出问题并作出如。(比如:“这仍开的显要意见是…”、“作者是怎么亮就一点的?”)

Making brief notes about these can help. As you read, try to confirm
your hypotheses and answer your questions. Once you finish, review
these.

从简的笔记会有特别老从而处。阅读之上,不断验证自己的使和题材,读毕之后,可以回想一方方面面。


一如既往、狼人杀是什么的玩?

Know the author(s) and organizations

以及别的桌游相比,狼人杀几乎统统不借助让卡牌等物理条件基础,更凭借让言语、神态、肢体动作等人类固有之抒发,为了赢下游戏,你得编造谎言,需要逻辑推导,需要感性与理性并存说服别人。

刺探作者及其组织

Knowing who wrote a book helps you judge its quality and understand its
full significance. Authors are people. Like anyone else, their views are
shaped by their educations, their jobs, their early lives, and the rest
of their experiences. Also like anyone else, they have prejudices, blind
spots, desperate moments, failings, and desires—as well as
insights, brilliance, objectivity, and successes. Notice all of it.

打听作者能够帮忙而对写中之情节进行判断与透亮。作者为是食指,跟咱们一致。他们的咀嚼也会见遭受教育、工作、早期生活、以及任何更的震慑。同时,他们吧会见时有发生偏见、盲区、失落、失败、以及欲望,当然,还有见识、智慧、客观与成功。我们应当到地了解作者。

Most authors belong to organizations: universities, corporations,
governments, newspapers, magazines. These organizations each have
cultures, hierarchies of power, and social norms. Organizations shape
both how a work is written and the content of what it says. For example,
university professors are expected to write books and/or journal
articles in order to get tenure. These pieces of writing must meet
certain standards of quality, defined chiefly by other professors; for
them, content usually matters more than good writing. Journalists, by
contrast, are often driven by deadlines and the need to please large
audiences. Because of this, their standards of quality are often
directed more toward clear and engaging writing than toward
unimpeachable content; their sources are usually oral rather than
written.

差不多作者都发归的团体:大学,公司,政府,报社,杂志社。这些集体各国有其学问,权力层级与社会规范。组织控制了稿子的内容以及版式。举个栗子,大学教授写书要舆论通常是为取职称,这些文章要严格按照其他教授制定的特有专业来形容,对他们来说,写作之三六九等是由于内容决定的。与此相反,记者形容报导则使按时交稿,目的是游玩大众。因此,他们的文章正式一般是清晰明了,以口语化为主。

The more you know about the author and his/her organization and/or
discipline, the better you will be able to evaluate what you read. Try
to answer questions like these: What shaped the author’s intellectual
perspective? What is his or her profession? Is the author an academic, a
journalist, a professional (doctor, lawyer, industrial scientist, etc.)?
Expertise? Other books and articles? Intellectual network(s)? Gender?
Race? Class? Political affiliation? Why did the author decide to write
this book? When? For what audience(s)? Who paid for the research work
(private foundations, government grant agencies, industrial
sponsors, etc.)? Who wrote“jacket blurbs”in support of the book?

卿对笔者与他的所属单位进一步了解,对文章的知晓啊尽管更透彻。试着回这些题目:是啊做了作者的体会层面?他\它从业哪一样行?作者是专家?记者?还是专业人士(医生,律师,工业科学家等)?是技巧专家为?作者还发另著作也?性别?种族?阶级?政治倾向?作者写就本书是以什么?什么时写的?读者群是哪?谁帮助了研讨型(个人资产,政府财力,投资人等)?谁为这本开发序宣传?

You can often (though not always) learn about much of this from the
acknowledgments, the bibliography, and the author’s biographical
statement.

您得试行着自书的前言、参考书目、以及作者的自序中摸索问题之答案。


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Know the intellectual context

狼人杀

打听文化背景

Knowing the author and his/her organization also helps you understand
the book’s intellectual context. This includes the academic
discipline(s) from which it draws, schools of thought within that
discipline, and others who agree with or oppose the author’s viewpoint.

针对作者及其组织的垂询可知拉我们了解作者的行文背景。包括所关联的学科,学科外的帮派,以及其它支持或未支持作者观点的总人口。

A book is almost always partly a response to other writers, so you’ll
understand a book much better if you can figure out what, and whom, it
is answering. Pay special attention to points where the author tells you
directly that s/he is disagreeing with others: “Conventional wisdom
holds that x, but I argue instead that y.”(Is x really
conventional wisdom? Among what group of people?)“Famous Jane Scholar
says that x, but I will show that y.”(Who’s Famous Jane, and why do
other people believe her? How plausible are x and y? Is the author
straining to find something original to say, or has s/he genuinely
convinced you that Famous Jane is wrong?) Equally important are the
people and writings the author cites in support of his/her arguments.

书或是笔者对其它作者的某种回应,所以,如果你能够找到作者所对的接触,以及提出这点的旁一样个作者,会如你的明亮更加深刻。留意作者以文中提出的他所不同意的见地:“一般认为这么,而自当是那样。”(一般看法的确是这么?这种一般看法来乌?)。“著名的Jane
Sholar说是如此,而我觉得是那么。”(这个著名的Jane是啊位?,大家为什么都相信它?究竟谁更可信?作者只是换了扳平栽表达方式,还是真正如推翻前人的驳斥?)在意见的支撑效力上,人们的宽广价值观以及笔者的援是同一之。


开始平将狼人杀,就进了同等会需要将脑筋、嘴巴、表情、肢体动作全部化合在一起作战的性情较量中。

Read it three times

新手玩家接触这种看似简单的则复杂的设定,会感受及对未知的畏惧。你用充分知情各种专业术语充斥的游戏规则,需要依据身份及场达到气候灵活选择针对性承诺政策,更得拿团结的诉求在大概的时日内用各种样式表达出来。

老三差看

This is the key technique. You’ll get the most out of the book if you
read it three times— each time for a different purpose.

立即是重点之平等步。如果你能够读三浅,你就能于同本书中尽量多得获取信息——每次看的目的都不同。

a)Overview: discovery (5-10 percent of total time)

小读:探索(时间毕竟比例:5-10%)

Here you read very quickly, following the principle (described below)
of reading for high information content. Your goal is to discover the
book. You want a quick-and-dirty, unsophisticated, general picture of
the writer’s purpose, methods, and conclusions.

是进程中您晤面念得很快,按照以下标准而见面落尽可能多之信息。你的目标是追究整本书,并列出一个有关作者撰写目的、方法、结论的完整框架结构。

Mark—without reading carefully—headings, passages, and phrases that seem
important (you’ll read these more closely the second time
around.) Generate questions to answer on your second reading: what does
term or phrase X mean? Why doesn’t the author cover subject Y? Who is Z?

于题,段落,短语等重点地方开标记,但不要仔细读(第二布满时你拿会又密切地阅读这些地方)。标记是吧第二全勤阅提出问题以便更详细地询问:X是什么意思?作者为何设干学科Y?
Z是何许人也?

b) Detail: understanding (70-80 percent of total time)

细节:理解(时间毕竟比例:70-80%)

Within your time constraints, read the book a second time. This time,
your goal is understanding: to get a careful, critical, thoughtful grasp
of the key points, and to evaluate the author’s evidence for his/her
points.

当为期内,读第二整整。这无异全副的目的是清楚:仔细、客观、深刻地揣摩要点,并分析作者论证时之论据。

Focus especially on the beginnings and ends of chapters and major
sections. Pay special attention to the passages you marked on the first
round. Try to answer any questions you generated on the first round.

本着文章与段子的源流、以及第一坏阅读时的号子要专门专注。试着应对第一次阅读时提出的题目。

c) Notes: recall and note-taking (10-20 percent of total time)

记:回忆和著录(时间到底比例:10-20%)

The purpose of your third and final reading is to commit to memory
the most important elements of the book. This time, make brief notes
about the arguments, evidence, and conclusions. This is not at all the
same thing as text markup; your goal here is to process the material by
translating into your own mental framework, which means using your own
words as much as possible. Cutting and pasting segments of text from the
book will not do as much for you as summarizing very briefly in your own
words. Include the bare minimum of detail to let you remember and
re-locate the most important things. 1-3 pages of notes per 100 pages of
text is a good goal to shoot for; more than that is often too much. Use
some system that lets you easily find places in the book (e.g., start
each note with a page number.)

其三全勤读是以深化对文章要片段的记忆。对文中的论点、论据与结论做肯定的记。与上文提到的符号不同,这个笔记是读者用好的言语来“翻译”文章内容,只要自己能够领悟即使尽。剪切和糊文章中之情节,与温馨大概地总结,是全然不同的。简洁概括之后,不仅有助于记忆,还会在查询重要内容时,进行快速稳定。每一百页的情,做1-3页的笔记就足足了,过多的内容倒会显得冗长。系统地召开速记有助于对文章的一定。(比如:加入页码)

Notebooks, typed pages, or handwritten sheets tucked into the book can
all work. However, notes will be useless unless you can easily find them
again. A very good system—the one I use—is to type notes directly
into bilbiography entries using citation manager software such as
Endnote, Zotero, or Bookends. See below for more on citation managers.

将笔记,打印纸、手写纸夹在书写里呢酷对。但是笔记要记录在众目睽睽的地方,否则就算毫无意义。我当为此之一个吓措施是:把笔记直接输入软件面临错过,比如Endnote,Zotero,或者是Bookends。下文中来重复多之笔记软件。


您表达得理性一点,可能会见于初阶段就盖“太过聪明”而深受批出来;表达得感性一点,则生或受视为是诱惑情绪的假话而引来追杀;如果你发表得既未感性也未理性,那么大概率,两匹都非讨好,还是叫百般。

On time and timing

除却,狼人杀动辄十丁以上的范围、以及一局可能由几十分钟甚至超越同样小时的尺度,让集体游戏之秘诀也变得较大。

本着时之把控

First, because human attention fades after about an hour, you’ll get
more out of three one- hour readings than you could ever get out of one
three-hour reading. But be careful: to get one full hour of effective
reading, you need to set aside at least one hour and fifteen minutes,
since distraction is inevitable at the beginning (settling in) and end
(re-arousal for your next task) of any reading period.

率先,由于人口之注意力在集中一致时后会见明确回落,因此,“每次读1钟头,连续3不好”的开卷效果使比较“每次读3小时,只念一不行”好得多。但是要小心,每进行1个钟头的汇总阅读,就得留够至少一小时十五分的时光,因为当起来看(前照干扰)和将要收场(后照干扰)的年月里,注意力是会见吃荒废之。

Second, make a realistic plan that includes how much time you will
devote to each of the three stages. For a 250-page book, I might spend
15 minutes on overview, 4 hours on detailed reading, and 20-30 minutes
making notes—but I’d adjust these periods up or down depending on how
difficult the text is, how important it is to me, and how much time
I have.

附带,阅读前请做出一个有血有肉的切实日子计划。比如读一依照250页的书写,我说不定就此15分钟去浏览,花4单小时集中阅读,最后20到30分钟做笔录。但是,具体时刻我还会见冲内容难度、重要程度以及自己没事的时光进行调。


如出一辙词话,狼人杀入帮派难,组织起也未易于,但狼人杀玩的凡性格,玩会了说不定上瘾。

Focus on the parts with high information content

老二、狼人杀的触网之路

体贴入微多信息内容

Non-fiction books very often have an“hourglass”structure that is
repeated at several levels of organization. More general (broader)
information is typically presented at the beginnings and ends of:

貌似的话,非虚构类书籍的组织还类似于一个“沙漏”,就是全过程比较殷实,中间比较狭窄。具体来说:

•the book or article as a whole (abstract, introduction, conclusion)

•each chapter

•each section within a chapter

•each paragraph

•整本书的框架(摘要、简介、结论)

•每一章

•一章里之每一样省

•每一段

More specific (narrower) information (supporting evidence, details,
etc.) then appears in the middle of the hourglass.

对立详细具体的音信(论据,细节等)通常排在文章中,即“沙漏”结构被比较狭小的有。

沙漏结构

You can make the hourglass structure of writing do a lot of work for
you. Focus on the following elements, in more or less the following
order:

乃可参考沙漏写作结构做多的事情,以下几点要素可看成参考:

•Front and back covers, inner jacket flaps

•Table of contents

•Index: scan this to see which are the most important terms

•Bibliography: tells you about the book’s sources and intellectual
context

•Preface and/or Introduction and/or  Abstract

•Conclusion

•Pictures, graphs, tables, figures: images contain more information
than text

•Chapter introductions and conclusions

•Section headings

•Special type or formatting: boldface, italics, numbered items,
lists

•前后封面

•目录

•索引:可以高速稳定最重大内容

•参考书目:用来打听本书的自与文化背景

•前言/简介/摘要

•总结

•图片,图,表,数据:图像于文字包含重复多信息

•章节介绍及结论

•章节标题

•特殊类别或者格式:黑体、斜体、项目编号、列表


得,因为够好游戏,狼人杀诞生十余年里,已经凭借永不过时的娱乐形式积攒了好的口碑,从桌游馆到大学宿舍,再到线下同学同事聚会,星星之火,渐渐燎原。

Use PTML (personal text markup language)

而这种节点化的传遍,覆盖的人群还是无限少了,而好不容易盖至之人群,往往是
100 个人接触狼人杀,却只有来 30 个人愿意留下来玩同样把,而于马上 30
个人中,能挤出时间、找到人累深玩下去的,到终极可能只有 5 个人。

运用个人语言记录

Always, always, always mark up your reading. This is a critical part of
active reading. Do this from the very beginning—even on your first,
overview reading. Why? Because when you come back to the book later,
your marks reduce the amount you have to look at and help you see what’s
most significant.

阅读时切记,切记,切记标记。这是知难而进阅读最要的一些。从平开始即如学着标记,即使你是个新手。为什么也?因为标记能帮您再次管用地扫除多余信息,定位要消息。

Don’t mark too much. This defeats the purpose of markup; when you
consult your markup later, heavy markup will force you to re-read
unimportant information. As a rule, you should average no more than two
or three short marks per page. Rather than underline whole sentences,
underline words or short phrases that capture what you most need
to remember. The point of this is to distill, reduce, eliminate the
unnecessary. Write words and phrases in the margins that tell you what
paragraphs or sections are about. Use your own Words.

免苟记太多。这样会背离标记的初衷,过多的记号在您想起时会见迫使你浏览过多没用的消息。每一样页,2及3个记号刚好,这是一个要遵的口径。别以满句子下划线,尝试在急需记忆的关键单词或短语下划线。标记是以取、缩减以及破不必要之信息。同时,用好的语言在空白处写下本着段或章节的总结。


人人率先想到的凡,借助互联网的力,降低玩狼人杀的团伙门槛。

Page vs. Screen

早以大哥大狼人杀平台前,以YY杀人游戏频道也代表的PC端和网页端就既出过杀人游戏玩家说平台,这种形式为杀人游戏的团门槛降低得甚没有。

纸质对屏幕

Printed material has far higher resolution (~600 dpi) than even the best
computer screens (~100 dpi); see the illustration of 300 vs. 600 dpi,
below. For this reason you will read more accurately, and with less
fatigue, if you stick with the paper version. Still, we inevitably
read much more screen-based material now.

纸制品的分辨率(600dpi)远超过最好之计算机屏幕(100dpi)。如下图所示300针对600dpi。因此阅读印纸制品比读书电脑屏幕更加清楚,也更不轻疲倦。但出于客观原因,我们还要不可避免地在电脑屏幕上进行再次多地读。

300vs600

Markup on the screen: It remains difficult to mark up screen-based
materials effectively. The extra steps involved are distracting, as is
the temptation to check email or websurf. Also, with screen-based markup
you often have to click on a note in order to read it, which means
you’re less likely to do it later. It remains far easier to mark up a
printed copy!

每当屏幕上召开标记目前效率特别没有。另外,在微机上看时注意力很不便集中,比如常会面不由自主检查邮箱或是浏览网页。同时,基于标记是于微机上进行的,你以念笔记时不得不进行点击,你可能不会见愿意这样累。这也即意味着在计算机上举行标记依旧不那么好。

However, if you’re disciplined, recent versions of Acrobat, Apple
Preview, and third-party PDF viewers such as PDFpen, iAnnotate, and
Goodreader allow you to add comments, highlighting, and so on to PDFs.
Voice recognition can make this a lot easier. Today, I routinely read
and annotate PDFs on an iPad, using voice recognition when I want to
make a note. Some of these readers, as well as ebook readers such as
Kindle, allow you to export only your highlights and notes. This is a
great way to make yourself a condensed version of a document. Paste it
into the notes field of your citation manager and it’ll always be at
your fingertips. Hunt around on the web for ways to do this kind of
thing on an industrial scale (especially with Kindle books).

但是,如果你生出觉察地去训练好,以上关联的症结可能会见变得简单少。最新版本的Acrobat、Apple Preview,还有第三正在PDF浏览工具要PDFpen、iAnnotate,以及Goodreader这些软件还兴你当文章被上加评论。语音识别器也会见被这个进程更是自在。如今,我时常以iPad上读,并采取语音功能做标注。一些读者以电子书阅读器,比如kindle,可以直接出口标记的有的与自己之记。这是打专属文本极好之方式。将文件粘贴到“引文管理”,这些消息以易得随时随地都得以让提。在网上通过搜寻还会找到更多类似之点子(特别是kindle类电子阅读器)。

When taking notes about something you’re reading (as opposed to marking
up the text), you’ll be tempted to cut and paste the original text in
lieu of making your own notes in your own words. Cut-and-paste can
sometimes work well, especially for things you might want to quote
later. However: in general it defeats the two main purposes of
note-taking: (a) learning and remembering (by rephrasing in your own
terms), and (b) condensing into a very short form. The same is true of
links: though useful for keeping track of sources, keeping a URL will
not by itself help you remember or understand what’s there, even though
it may feel that way.

每当电脑及召开速记时,会对初稿进行“剪切”和“粘贴”,然后据此自己之讲话将它复述一整个。“剪切粘贴”有时固然好,特别是若下可能会见引用到之始末。但是这个措施违背了我们举行笔记最初的少数只极:a)学习,记忆。(通过用好的言辞复述)b)精炼文字。“超链接”同样如此:虽然在资源检索上异常好,但是却非便宜我们对学识的明白与运。


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Use a citation manager

YY 旗下之杀人夜

运用引文管理

It’s hard to overemphasize the huge advantages of citation manager
software such as Endnote, Bookends, Zotero, Mendeley, CiteULike, etc.
They let you keep track of your growing library, easily enter and format
citations in your word processor (saving you the incredible irritation
of doing it yourself). Most of them can pull in citations directly from
the web, record web links, find DOI’s, and so on. Some have their own
web search tools built in. Some, such as Bookends (Mac only), will
automatically rename documents with Author- Date-Title, a huge help with
the extremely annoying problem of uninformative filenames.

超负荷强调引文管理软件的助益是好不便的,比如Endnote, Bookends, Zotero,
Mendeley,
CiteULike等等。这些软件会让你随时随地存取自己的文件信息(这好协助你省大量之日子)。大部分软件还好一直引用网页、记录网页链接、查找识别码等。有部分还内嵌在网页搜索工具。其中的一些,例如Bookends
(Mac
only),能够冲作者、日期、标题的格式对文本进行机动还命名,这生特别程度达减小了随便音讯文件称被我们带的麻烦。

None of these packages are perfect. All have both advantages and
disadvantages, and the more sophisticated ones have steep learning
curves. Look for one that can handle all major document formats,
including books, journal articles, newspaper articles, online
sources, interviews, and so on. Be wary of managers that only handle
PDFs, since so many other formats are still important.

这些软件包没有一个凡无微不至的,他们都发出独家的优缺点。越是复杂的软件,学习曲线就逾陡峭。与那搜索一缓可拍卖包括书籍、杂志、报纸、网络资源、采访等富有文档格式的软件,不如专注让一款只支持PDF格式的软件,即便其他格式为十分关键。

If you use the notes field of your citation manager in a disciplined
way, your notes will always be easy to find. When your library starts
reaching into the thousands of items, this is a godsend.

若你的记管理就来矣自己之准与法,文本检索会变得非常容易。当您从头以诸多的音遭受寻找常,你见面认为上帝都于帮扶您!


可惜的凡,在老年代,玩杀人游戏之人头并无多,玩杀人游戏还上电脑、并且亮YY还出个特别语音频道的口重新不见了,这种形式并从未于网络及霸气起来。

Use your unconscious mind

再也向后,随着智能手机的发展,也起了同样系列帮扶人们还好地当线下展开杀人游戏、狼人杀类游戏之工具化软件。

采取潜意识

An awful lot of thinking and mental processing goes on when you’re not
aware of it. Just as with writing or any other creative thought process,
full understanding of a book takes time to develop.

即便以潜意识下,思想及思维吗当高速运行着。与创作等创造性过程同样,对相同本书的深刻明吧需要花一定时间才能够达标。

Like the body, the mind suffers from fatigure when doing just one thing
for many hours. Your ability to comprehend and retain what you read
drops off dramatically after an hour or so. Therefore, you should read a
book in several short sessions of one to two hours apiece, rather than
one long marathon.

纵然比如咱的人,连续不停的构思也会见生出疲劳感。对阅读之敞亮和记能力在时时刻刻阅读一钟头后即便会大幅度下滑。因此,千万别像久同不断阅读,而应当利用每次一样到零星时的间断性阅读。

In between, your unconscious mind will process some of what you’ve read.
When you come back for the next session, start by asking yourself what
you remember from your previous reading, what you think of it so far,
and what you still need to learn.

在放宽时间里,大脑的潜意识会自动处理你就念到之音讯。在您继承看的下,回忆一下前的读书内容还记有些?现在怎么理解?以及,你还待掌握哪?


图片 4

Rehearse, and use multiple modes

面杀助手

大抵模式践行

Reading is exactly like martial arts, baseball, or cooking in the sense
thatlearning and memory depend crucially on rehearsal.

读与武术,棒球和厨艺一样,学习及记都待苦心练习

So—after you’ve read the book, rehearse what you’ve learned. Quiz
yourself on its contents. Argue with the author. Imagine how you would
defend the author’s position in your own writing.

所以,阅读一本书之后,对所模拟知识进行刻意练习。并对准习内容开展测试。试着与作者的看法展开辩论,或是想象如何用好的语言去论证作者的眼光。

Reading, writing, speaking, listening, and visualizing all engage
different parts of the brain. For this reason, the best forms of
rehearsal usemultiple modesof thinking and action. Don’t just
contemplate privately. Instead, talk about the book with others. Bring
it up in classes. Write about it. Visualize anything that can be
visualized about its contents. All of this helps fix your memory and
integrate your new learning into the rest of your knowledge.

放、说、读、写及具象化的力量是出于大脑的差区域开展管理,所以,最好之苦心练习就是独具思考与行动之差不多模式践行。不要老是一个人不可磨灭思苦想,试着跟人家进行交流,或是把眼光带入班级,或者写成文字。总之,把您会具象化的情都具象化。这些还将援助您对习得知识之懂得以及记。


这些工具,让狼人杀游戏规则总算有矣个像样卡牌的载体,组织同场玩消耗的辰换短,也重新方便统计管理,但所有狼人杀市场依旧没有十分之变更。

Hang in there!

无PC撮合平台可以、还是手机面杀助手也好,都是为了重新有利的团队同场玩,争夺的还是存量市场,可狼人杀最老之问题,是无比小众了,增量市场不足。

坚持到底!

When I give presentations on these ideas, students often tell me a few
weeks later that they “tried it a few times and just couldn’t do it,”so
they stopped.

当我发表这篇稿子的几乎圆随后,很多学生这样跟自家说:“我尝试了尝试,但好像没什么效果。”所以她们便放弃了。

You will have to practice these techniques for a considerable length of
time—at least a few months—before they come to seem natural, and they
will never be easier than the comfortable, passive way we’ve all been
reading for many years. Hang in there. The rewards of these techniques
are great, or so say the hundreds of students who’ve told me so years
later. Learning to read like this can be a critical key to a successful
career as a student, scholar, or professional in almost any field.

您顶好刻意并理性地练一段时间,至少几个月吧。在习惯成自然之前,你势必会觉得无绝适应、也无太舒服,毕竟,我们就维持了成百上千年之前的开卷习惯。

坚持到底!这种阅读策略的报恩会突破天际!多年晚多生都如此跟自身说。无论你是生,学者,或是教授,这样的翻阅方式,都见面是公以任何领域成功的机要!

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狼人杀出往大众游戏跃迁的或许啊?

2015 年末至 2016 年,战旗 TV 的《Lying Man》,熊猫 TV 的《Super
Liar》、《Panda Kill》,以及米未传媒及斗鱼 TV
联手制作的超新星综艺《饭局的抓住》在引入狼人杀后的感应,让众人看到了这可能。相比往口口相传的节点化传播,综艺节目起至了暴力加速的意向。

图片 5

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Panda Kill

三档在线上并无到底特别生气的综艺,给周边的众生展现了狼人杀的魅力,越来越多的食指开询问狼人杀的游戏规则,而深受这些剧目耳濡目染,部分新手也能够迅速入门。

更漫长蛰伏周期的狼人杀,终于等交了一个阶段性的拐点,就比如上了《我是歌手》的赵雷同,终于红了。

其三、手机狼人杀市场之崛起与隐痛

万一说及综艺让狼人杀从原先100单人口之商海,变成了1000口之商海来说,那么哪些给这100、1000个人遭到之多数留下来非常重要。《跑男》再火,也从未叫撕名牌成为一个普适的游艺项目,没有好的载体组织承接,影响面再好,也还是浪费。

一对灵活的观察者,在PC时代的撮合系统以及手机时期之工具化软件之根底及,做出了立即风行的无绳电话机狼人杀平台。这些平台提供了能够基本程式化狼人杀游戏规则的家伙,也是一个说平台,事实上为狼人杀游戏的团队转移得容易。

图片 7

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坐实时视频为特点的随时狼人杀

戏吧是一个线及桌游平台,狼人杀是彼流量最充分的板块,他们当市场高达累计铺放了四五款披在平等模仿皮的
App;而天天狼人杀和狼人杀这边局势虽然较清楚,一个主打视频、一个主打语音,后者率先以到融资开始推广,而前者则占据直播平台的优势。

图片 9

主打语音的狼人杀

会针对手狼市场三家群雄逐鹿格局造成冲击的,目前看来不过有或的凡早已设规定举行狼人杀手游的米未传媒,以及大家一样预测要跟进的腾讯。

但,在相当长之一段时间内,各家狼人杀手机平台最特别的不同,仍然只是会是是一同工具用语音或用视频的不等,而立两边在当前之技巧条件下,都未是专门大之三昧,其提高模式最生或像
2016
年起来之次第直播平台一样,走向趋同的路,大家开始拼先发优势,拼推广,拼体验,拼资源。

在版权未明的场面下,狼人杀与上一个是因为人气桌游改成为网游、手游的打——三皇家特别相比,是同所人人都好开采的资源,竞争的会愈发猛烈。

季、狼人杀站于应酬风口上了么?

倘若按照好的点子,事情最终会盖狼人杀品牌顺利成为热门
IP,手游、桌游、综艺、直播全面火爆,头部的几乎小狼人杀平台赚了钱如果停,看起重新如是面临了千篇一律注彩票的故事。

但这次手机狼人杀的机遇,却以飘渺中为抬上风口,核心不是以他们当作游戏的想象力,而是作为社交产品之潜力。

阴阳师火了,没见人说今年之投资根本是二次元游戏;王者荣耀一个月份 20
亿底流水,也没机关出来说要是铺设一条 MOBA
类手游的赛道,反倒是狼人杀,凭借特有的话音以及视频与打的设定,以及当相同截时日里用户激增的数,被有人数就是新的应酬或。

以议论是理念前,我们发必不可少回顾一下游戏界与“社交”这个名词千丝万缕的关系。

2001
年,《大话西游》发行,彼时网易聊天室火爆时,人们以聊天室的公屏里和上各一着的网友进行交互联结,以至于当网易随后推出这款游戏常常,有部分网友还习惯性看是聊天室加了动画效果。
2008
年,网易关闭了聊天室,而异的戏则传承至今,可谓由团交入游戏易,由游戏入社交难。

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网易聊天室

《大话西游》开了个头,此后网络游戏中之聊天、组队、结婚、个人空间展示等应酬功能层出不穷,但再也多单是娱效果的同样有的,少生自娱乐里衍生出来的周旋关系。

及时根据游戏之交际平台倒是有,联众曾作为中华在线棋牌类网络游戏的创立者而热烈时,但好景不加上,社交巨头腾讯进入是世界,QQ
游戏轻描淡写间破了联众,上演“社交入游戏易,游戏入社交难”的 2.0 版本。

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联众大厅

重新为后,类似于 YY
语音这样的玩乐联合管理工具也应运而生了,用语音以及队友交谈,成为高阶玩家的必由之路,而这个现象在针对战类网游中益普遍,从
PC 端的 DOTA、LOL
再届手机端的君王荣耀、穿越火线,无论是游戏内置的口音功能,还是外部的语音工具,都怀有不聊的市场。

DOTA、LOL、王者荣耀这好像不组队不可知开打的一日游,也确确实实在强化在玩家的交际关系。以王荣耀为例,在腾讯系资源的支撑下,王者荣耀可以查同样打这款打之微信好友列表,可以搜附近的口,可以随性别、地域、上线时长加陌生人,是一个地地道道的嬉戏版
QQ,社交属性特别深。

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皇帝荣耀的社交化

但是这些是真的的社交嘛?很可能还是不是。

凭熟人组队还是陌生人匹配,对战类游戏用户之着力诉求是以玩同样将打,而无是应酬。正是腾讯为王荣耀提供的关联链支持,才产生后人战胜同类竞品自由之战的故事,先是社交入游戏,然后才是游玩对社交的反哺,顺序不克混,而这种反哺最后之归宿,大抵仍然逃离不了增长好友再留下个微信联系的一味套路。

手机狼人杀平台最富有迷惑性的一些凡是,他的玩情节即是豪门讲,让别人误以为这是于应酬吧,但你仔细思忖,这才是独角色扮演的一日游,只不过你所将的身份牌会迫使你用文字、语言、动作、神情去上自己之游玩诉求,角色扮演的张罗,能算社交么?

当,我们无可知否认,手机狼人杀绝对是交际游戏项目吃的标志性作品,但于具体的数码指标——能免可知给丁发社交诉求的结果来拘禁,他的应酬的路着实道阻且长。

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平台化、社交化的玩吧

为时狼人杀阵营中社交打造得相对超前的阳台——玩吧也条例,一个狼人杀攻略讨论区生
3 万只帖子,但其他一个走日常风的“每天一句正能量”专区里,只有无顶 9000
单帖子,大部分人游戏了打就去,社交功能还如是一个遗的鼓舞日活的家伙。

五、谁是下一个狼人杀?

跟该由社交角度想狼人杀,不如真正想他的真相;与那抢风口进入盛的狼人杀市场,不如想想下一个狼人杀是什么?

给我们忘记社交,用更清楚的定义剥离出手机狼人杀真正的优势:在群组中,利用字、语音、图片、视频等流传形态模拟部分真实的场景,并产生基本之玩法、主题会让群组成员频频停滞不前。

君演我猜、你作画我猜、吹牛、谁是卧底这些针锋相对粗糙的小型游戏几乎都适合群组、场景、玩法的特性,只不过当玩法及有些显简单,场景上数也不需要极度多个人的显得,更如一个头脑游戏,但假如能够拿这些游戏类加以改造,那么一个弱化版的狼人杀可能就以此起。

狼人杀源于桌游,在再度宽泛的桌游市场,不乏比三皇家特别、狼人杀更为优质,也还烧脑的玩乐,如果能管她们加以改造,乃至更规划,假以时日,说不定也会见出现新的狼人杀和炉石传说。

而外可玩的改建计划,底层技术之革新也会见带来新的时机。《失落之都会》,是千篇一律慢慢悠悠已经上线将近一年的 VR
桌游,背景设定是玩家当一如既往称呼探险家正于查找相同栋失落之古城,通过卡牌的款型,运用数学,概率,风险分析及逻辑来成功探险。毫无疑问,
VR 普及下,像这样突破场景限制的玩耍将会见愈来愈多。

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失落的城池

重新吃咱们返回群组、模拟真情景、有中心玩法或主题这三独标准化上,难道对应之只有玩产品也?

眼下饱上述三个原则的形制的活,首屈一指的是当下火热的付费课程,从极度基础的付费语音授课群,到程式化的知乎live,以及千聊、一片听听等平台,无一不是在群组环境下,以语音为主,结合文字、图片、乃至视频等接近真实课堂的变现方式,教人们一个个主题的科目。

本,付费课程的群聊可能只有演讲者一个丁来讲,没有狼人杀那种互动,课程的主题也累是一次性的,不是安静的。

我们还管相互、稳定这片只尺码丰富:互动的群组、模拟实场景、有稳定之为主玩法或主题,还有相应的也?

当本人点儿的非游戏产品观名单里,暂时还尚无发觉完全符合这三只苛刻条件的产品的踪迹,但是可两个规格、过得异常对产品也有好多。

遵照,出现于语音社交产品受到的几近人数连麦,以及直播产品受主播与幸运观众一道视频相的形态,就适合了前方片个规格。而绕抢麦这个环节设计相同模仿玩法,应该是之后这类似制品之开拓进取方向。

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连麦设计

骨子里,这种多总人口张频群聊早已红满美国,Houseparty、Kik、Tribe、Squad、Airtime、JusTalk、ooVoo
等出品系列,2016 年 12 月,Facebook 官方也上线了视频群聊功能,支持 6
个人同时在线分享屏幕;而 Line 更是直接支持 200
人同时在线,由用户自主拖动头像来保存 4
人的多少屏幕展示的中坚设置。视频群聊的玩法,很有或在国内为盛行起来。

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群聊

以比如,红底时刻还悠久,曾经霸占 app
store 总榜榜首,后来一直保持在总榜三四十称作同胞产品 musical.ly,也占有模拟实状况、有平安之骨干玩法或主题简单件标准,在同样堆雷同的短视频软件当中,musical.ly
支持吧祥和喜好的音乐配上发生节奏感的身躯动作,由此玩法而出的多重短视频获得市场热捧。

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musical.ly

尽管理性来拘禁,musical.ly
这种简单粗暴的机制,与国内一下科技的粗咖秀一样,都面临用户乏味的问题,
musical.ly
在国内市场早早收手似乎也证明就或多或少;但是在短视频发展及当前后,国内市场上类似
musical.ly 的系列产品已经发出火一样管的稍趋势。

本条时刻,我之秋波又往为了苹果和微信,前者的 iMessage App
如果能做出符合“互动的群组、模拟实面貌、有安定的核心玩法或主题”的革新,无疑会是苹果生态的一致百般武器;至于后者,我早就受不了一昧鼓吹微信隐忍克制的论调了,必须借这由头好好发一样犯牢骚:

诸如此类多年过去了,只有微信红包能被自己那么就生疏的同窗群活下来;如果微信只是给邻近游戏部门的同事简简单单照搬做一个狼人杀,不随这种势头为已经趋于平淡的群聊里吧设计点能玩起来的初东西,那就算显得有点过度克制了。


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