jueves, 31 de enero de 2019

Haces cocha

ようがない no hay manera de ..

No hay manera de tomar.
No hay manera de caminar.


domingo, 27 de enero de 2019

What does congruence mean?

“He who is authentic accepts the responsibility of being who they are. They acknowledge themselves as free to be who they are.”
-Jean Paul Sartre-

“Each one of us was put on this planet to discover their own path, and we will never be happy if we follow someonese’s.”-James Van Praagh-te
Being congruent means acting the way we feel. If we act the way we feel we will generate more confidence. Someone who does not act the way he or she feels does not generate trust. 

jueves, 24 de enero de 2019




1 言葉の意味



3 良い人じゃないのイントネーションと意味の変更。

3 良い人じゃないのイントネーションと意味の変更。

martes, 22 de enero de 2019

lunes, 21 de enero de 2019

El control de operación aplicado al sistema de producción. No producir defectos.

No producir defectos.
Uno de los aspectos más importantes del sistema de producción es el aseguramiento de la calidad de todas las piezas que suministrarnos al siguiente proceso.
Para asegurar que no se generen ni se manden defectos al siguiente proceso dentro del control de operación nos aseguramos que se respete el procedimiento estándar.

私の自伝 Mi autobiografía

domingo, 20 de enero de 2019

Me queda flojo me queda apretado

Colocation no le importa su apariencia


It is easier to learn to read a language than learning to speak it.
To read you mostly need passive knowledge in vocabulary and grammar.
To speak you need active knowledge.
Advice for making fast progress with reading.
Read at least 8 hours a week
Read often, at least 3 times a week.

Formas de saludar en México.

¿Cómo se saluda en tu país?

Dependiendo del grado de confianza y el contexto, los mexicanos generalmente saludamos de tres formas distintas o en sus diversas combinaciones.

1. Apretón de manos - en situaciones formales dónde no hay mucha confianza.
2. Beso en la mejilla -En situaciones más informales, con amigos, conocidos y familiares.
3. Abrazo. El más informal de todos y el que denota más confianza.

sábado, 19 de enero de 2019

Yo digo que ya no


Elon Musk

lon Reeve Musk (Pretoria, Sudáfrica, 28 de junio de 1971) es un físico, inversor y magnate sudafricano con nacionalidad canadiense y estadounidense. Cofundador de PayPal, Tesla Motors, SpaceX, Hyperloop, SolarCity, The Boring Company y OpenAI. Es director general de SpaceX, de Tesla Motors, presidente de SolarCity y copresidente de OpenAI. En junio de 2017 su fortuna se estimaba en 17,4 mil millones de dólares estadounidenses, lo que le convierte en la 56ª persona más rica del mundo. En diciembre de 2016, Musk fue nombrado como la 21ª persona más poderosa del mundo por la revista Forbes.3

viernes, 18 de enero de 2019

Japanese calendar heisei heiwa ets

Eight disciplines problem solving

Converting TMX into bilingual Excel file without special tools

Not all translators have all of the complex software tools available. Imagine you have a TMX file and you need to extract its contents into a bilingual Excel file. This article describes how to perform this ?data digging? with Microsoft Word and Unicode text editor.


Unicode text editor, such as Notepad 2, PS Pad, or similar
Microsoft Word
Microsoft Excel

Open the TMX file in Unicode editor.
Select all content and copy the same into a new Word file.
Select all text in Word file (Ctrl+A) and set it as hidden (Ctrl+D, select Hidden checkbox).
Press Ctrl-H (Search and Replace) and click the More button.
Select the Use wildcards checkbox.
Enter ?\<seg\>*\</seg\>? (without double quotes) into Find input field.
Click into the ?Replace with? field and leave it empty. Click Format button and then select the Font option. Uncheck the Hidden checkbox). Click Replace All button.
Press Ctrl-H (Search and Replace).
Uncheck the Use wildcards checkbox.
Enter ?<seg>? (without double quotes) into Find input field.
Click the ?Replace with? field and enter ?<seg>?. Click the More button, click Format button and then select the Font option. Check the Hidden checkbox). Click Replace All button.
Press Ctrl-H (Search and Replace). Keep the Use wildcards checkbox unchecked.
Enter ?</seg>? (without double quotes) into Find input field.
Click the ?Replace with? field and enter ?</seg>^p?. Click the More button, click Format button and then select the Font option. Uncheck the Hidden checkbox). Click Replace All button.
Enter ?</seg>? (without double quotes) into Find input field.
Click the ?Replace with? field and enter ?</seg>?. Click the More button, click Format button and then select the Font option. Check the Hidden checkbox). Click Replace All button.
Save the Word file.
Now we have a Word file, where all texts other than source and target are hidden.

Copy all text in the Word file and paste into a new text document in Unicode text editor.
Save a new text file.
Open Microsoft Excel.
Open the text file you have just created in Excel.
Import the TXT following screen instructions. On pages 1 and 2 of the import wizard, click Next button. On the last page, select the Text radio button and click the Finish button.
Now we have an Excel file with our source and translation text. However, pairs are arranged into a single column. As the last step, we need to transpose every second row into a column. For this, we will use the following macro in Excel.

Copy the below code.
Press the keys ALT + F11 to open the Visual Basic Editor.
Press the keys ALT + I to activate the Insert menu.
Press M to insert a Standard Module.
Paste the code by pressing the keys CTRL + V.
Press the keys ALT + Q to exit the Editor, and return to Excel.
To run the macro from Excel, press ALT + F8 to display the Run Macro Dialog. Double Click the macro’s name to Run it.

You have to change the sheet name in the code below to whatever your sheet name is. Example: If your sheet name is ?List1? (instead of default Sheet1), you need to replace With Sheets(“Sheet1”) with With Sheets(“List1”).

WE ARE DONE. Now we have a bilingual Excel file created from source TMX.

Here is the code:

Option Explicit
Sub ReorgData()
Dim a As Variant, b As Variant
Dim lr As Long, lc As Long
Dim i As Long, ii As Long, c As Long, nc As Long
With Sheets("Sheet1")
lr = .Cells.Find("*", , xlValues, xlWhole, xlByRows, xlPrevious, False).Row
lc = .Cells.Find("*", , xlValues, xlWhole, xlByColumns, xlPrevious, False).Column
a = .Range(.Cells(1, 1), .Cells(lr, lc))
ReDim b(1 To UBound(a, 1), 1 To UBound(a, 2) * 2)
For i = 1 To UBound(a, 1) Step 2
ii = ii + 1
nc = 1
For c = 1 To UBound(a, 2)
b(ii, nc) = a(i, c)
b(ii, nc + 1) = a(i + 1, c)
nc = nc + 2
Next c
Next i
.Range(.Cells(1, 1), .Cells(lr, lc)).ClearContents
.Cells(1, 1).Resize(UBound(b, 1), UBound(b, 2)) = b
End With
End Sub

貧乏ゆすりはなぜ起きる? その原因と対処法

貧乏ゆすりはなぜ起きる? その原因と対処法

2018.01.14 10:00 PM






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セラピストのCheryl Hassan氏曰く、






RLSの症状を持つ人は特に夜間に動かないとき、足や腕に抑えきれない衝動を感じるといいます。Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical CenterでRLSのエキスパートであるRichard P. Allen氏は、RLSの症状を持つ人は気持ちがそわそわとするときにこの症状が現れ、常に動いていたい衝動を抑えられません。







The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes(神経障害を研究する国立センター)によると、この疾患を引き起こす原因は複数ありますが、遺伝的な理由がほとんどで症状にも個人差があることから、これといった治療法がいまだ見つかっていないとのこと。









Raymond Miltenberger教授は、もしどうしても足を動かすのを止めたいときには、足を組んだり、椅子に足を絡ませたり、一度椅子から立ち上がって、そわつく気持ちを落ち着かせることも有効だと言います。




Image: PROAllan Doyle/Flickr

Source: Anxiety Community ForumQuoraWikipediaNews in Health,The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and StrokesLIVESSTRONG.COMMen's Health

Patric Allan - Lifehacker US[原文


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Crear un schedule de limpieza


No comunicarse bien



忘れてはいけない。Lo que no se debe olvidar.

De seguro hay algo que no se debe olvidar
Aunque sea un ser vivo que no puede expresarlo

Imperdonable grita un perro callejero


lunes, 14 de enero de 2019

How to buy time?

While it’s a universal truth that no amount of money can buy us more time, let’s consider some good news: by taking actions like building a healthy emergency fund, creating an effective budget, and investing, you’re giving yourself the means to essentially buy more time. By saving more money, you’ll give yourself more control over how your time is spent rather than being forced to trade your precious time for more money.

Often, our greatest comfort comes from a feeling of freedom and autonomy, whereas our main source of unhappiness comes from pursuing material possessions or intangible goals like success, fame, or fortune. We’ll spend our hard-earned money on things—cars, houses, phones, clothes—and expect them to make us happy. But by buying more things, we directly rob ourselves of the ability to enjoy more of our time. We’re forced to work more in order to fund these empty expenses.

The more you save, the more your time becomes available to you.

Take a moment to consider the feeling of waking up on Monday morning without an alarm clock. As you wake, you realize that you have everything you need in the financial sense—your house is paid off, you don’t have any outstanding debts, and your expenses are covered thanks to a healthy nest egg you’ve built up for yourself. You have the ability to give your time and money to whatever and whomever you see fit, whether that be your church, your family, or even a job you enjoy. Because of your financial situation, your time is not spent chained to a desk. You get to choose how you spend your time without the burden of financial obligation.

This may seem unreal to you, but it’s a reality that’s currently being lived out by early retirees such as Mr. Money Mustache or the folks at Go Curry Cracker. They realized early on that by avoiding spending on temporary pleasures of material possessions, their money could be used to pursue what’s important to them—travel, their families, and enjoyable personal projects.

• • •

Let’s look at this on a practical level. How much money do you need every month to cover your expenses? My wife and I typically spend around $2,500–$3,000 each month. On top of that, we also save around $2,000 cash which we place into investments. The key idea that drives us to save is that $2,000 can almost cover one month of expenses. Every couple of months, we’re giving ourselves the ability to live financially independent for an additional month.

By following this pattern of saving, you’ll eventually “buy” yourself an entire year’s worth of expenses. And by investing wisely over the long term, your money could see substantial gains, leading to the marvel of compounding interest. By continuing to pump money into these investments, you may even find that you’ve “bought” 5, 10, 20 years of financially independent time.

The more you save, the more your time becomes available to you. While you can’t buy more time, you can buy the ability to enjoy more of it.

Science of learming

How to stop being needy