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Google ordered to give up info 谷歌被判需向制作公司提供用户信息 U.S. court orders Google to turn over to Viacom records for every watched on YouTube. ITN's Harry Fawcett reports.YouTube's multibillion-pound success was built initially on user-generated content; so successful has it become that the company's owner Google recently announced plans to pay contributors shares of advertising revenue. But as anyone who uses the site knows, and who doesn't, there are also vast amounts of professionally-made material, so why, says one film and TV giant, shouldn't it be paid as well?Hello, and welcome to This Week In God.Viacom's cases are far from being user-generated. Much of YouTube's most popular content is actually made at great expense on a commercial basis by film and television companies. And that for such material simply to be regurgitated free of charge on what essentially is a rival channel amounts to copyright theft.A New York court has granted Viacom access to Google's records of Internet Protocol addresses—every individual signature of every individual computer which has been used to watch clips on the site. Viacom has given what it calls an unequivocal promise not to use the information to uncover users' identities; it says it simply wants to find out how much of YouTube's business is predicated on people watching copyrighted material. So is there a real risk to privacy?It's actually much harder than it might seem to, to truly anonymize this quantity of data. It's not just a matter of taking off the usernames or even replacing the IP addresses with random-looking numbers. If you've got records of individuals viewing tens or hundreds or, in some cases, thousands of different YouTube s, it actually can be quite easy to link those together and then to link them back to a given individual.Google says it's disappointed that the court granted, what it calls, Viacom's overreaching demand for viewing history, and is pressing to be allowed to anonymize the information before it hands it over. But the search engine company has come into criticism itself from electronic privacy campaigners for keeping user data for commercial purposes. This high-stakes bet between old and new media giants has thrown a light on wider-reaching issues of privacy and anonymity on the Internet.regurgitate:v. to repeat facts, ideas etc that you have or heard without thinking about them yourself - used to show disapproval200811/56268襄阳中心医院修复处女膜Watermelon: The new Viagra? 西瓜伟哥 Affiliate KENS reports on a recent study that shows watermelon can have Viagra-like effects on consumers "The chemicals that are in the watermelon rind work much like Viagra. Oh, rollick! Give me two more. " Just a week after the annual Watermelon Thump celebration in Luling, there's something new that watermelon growers can hang their hat on. The rind on watermelons has some of the same effects as Viagra. Really? Yes. Really? Ha ha ha Well give me another one. I'll get some more. Hah……The director of Texas Aamp;M's Fruit and Vegetable Improvement Center has discovered that watermelons have an ingredient that delivers Viagra-like effects and may even increase libido. Maybe you need to raise the price.I don't get used to it. Ha ha ha There is a catch. The phyto-nutrient called citrulline that relaxes the blood vessels is found in the highest concentrations in the part you generally don't eat, the watermelon rind. Would it take like a whole watermelon rind to eat to do any good, I mean you might get yourself sick before you get yourself any help. Have you ever eaten the rind? No, but I must start right now. Rinds are used in watermelon pickles and they are Kelly Allen's specialty. My husband loves these, I don't know if it's because he eats these or not, but he dosen't have a problem. Neither does Hoyt Alford, according to his girl friend, Lois. I don't know that you need them. Oh, thank you. That's a compliment, isn't it?Scientists are working to breed watermelons with higher concentrations of citrulline in the flesh, which may change Luling's image from being known for watermelons to something else. It might be a new aspect to our watermelon growing, I can tell you that, No pun intended, but, you know, but...phyto-: of plantscitrulline: An amino acid, NH2CONH(CH2)3CHNH2COOH, which occurs in watermelons and is an intermediate in urea synthesis in animals. 200812/57967中航工业三六四医院环境Most married Americans say they wed right personMarried Americans overwhelmingly believe they married the right person but not all of them believe in the idea of soul mates.A Marist poll showed that 97 percent of men and 94 percent of women are convinced they found the one, a finding which surprised researchers because of the country's high divorce rate."There are clearly people who think things are going very well, but it may not turn out that way," said Lee M. Miringoff, director of the Marist College Poll.About one third of marriages in the ed States end in divorce before the 10th anniversary, according to national data from the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta.Ninety seven percent of people in the Midwest and western regions of the country were confident they chose the right person, followed by 96 percent in the south and 90 percent in the northeast.One hundred percent of people aged 18 to 29 said they married the right person.Although most people think they made the right choice, only 66 percent of those who are married said they believed in soul mates, the idea that two people are destined to be together.Young adults 29 years old or younger, people in households earning less than ,000, and those living in the south were most likely to believe in the concept."Although two thirds buy into the notion of destiny, a third does not. The idyllic view of marriage doesn't hold for everyone," Miringoff said.The findings are based on a telephone survey of 1,004 adults, including 530 people who were married.Vocabulary:soul mates: 心心相印的异性伙伴buy into:相信背单词 — 装英语词汇201008/111072Kim's Funeral Opens Door to High Level Thaw Between North, South Korea金大中葬礼之日 李明晤北韩高级代表 On the day South Korea formally bid farewell to its former president, the country's current president held a groundbreaking meeting with a team of high-level North Korean envoys visiting to pay respects.韩国为前总统金大中正式送葬之日,现任总统李明与前来吊唁的北韩高级特使团举行了一次突破性的会见。Senior North Korean envoys departed the South before the start of Sunday's funeral ceremony for the country's deceased former president, Kim Dae-jung-- but first, they paid a visit to current President Lee Myung-bak. 北韩高级特使团在星期天为韩国已故前总统金大中举行的葬礼开始之前离开首尔,不过他们此前先拜访了现任总统李明。Mr. Lee's spokesman, Lee Dong-kwan, says the delegates met for thirty minutes with the South Korean president, and passed on a verbal message from North Korean leader Kim Jong ll about "cooperation" between the North and South.李明的发言人李东冠说,特使团与韩国总统会见了30分钟,传达了北韩领导人金正日关于北南合作的口信。President Lee's office has not publicized specific details of the North Korean leader's message. 李明总统府没有公布北韩领导人口信的具体细节。Spokesman Lee says President Lee explained the South Korean government's consistent and resolute principles on North issues, and asked the delegation to explain them to Kim Jong ll. He also thanked the delegation for coming, and vowed that there is "no problem that cannot be solved" through sincere dialogue between the two sides. The North side echoed that sentiment, says Lee, by expressing the hope that North and South would indeed solve all of their problems together.发言人李东冠说,李总统阐述了韩国政府在北方问题上一贯而坚定的原则,并且请特使团向金正日转达这些原则。他还感谢特使团的到来,并且表示双方通过诚挚对话“没有解决不了的问题”。李东冠说,北韩方面表示希望北方和南方确实会共同解决他们的全部问题,以此对李明的心情表示认同。Sunday's meeting is widely seen as a breakthrough, considering that North Korea's official media regular refers to Lee Myung-bak and his administration as "traitors." Mr. Lee, a conservative, ended the policy of two previous South Korean administrations which sought to engage and befriend the North by providing hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer aid and investment.鉴于北韩官方媒体一向将李明及其政府称为“叛徒”,星期天的会见被普遍视为一项突破。保守派人士李明终止了前两届韩国政府奉行的政策,该政策寻求以提供数亿美元的纳税人援助和投资与北韩保持接触和友好。The North Koreans were in Seoul to honor the pioneer of that policy, President Kim Dae-jung, who died last week at 85. 北韩特使团在首尔向制订那项政策的先驱金大中总统致敬。金大中上星期去世,终年85岁。Thousands attended the funeral for Mr. Kim, a devout Catholic, at South Korea's parliament on Sunday. 数以千计的人星期天在韩国国会参加了金大中的葬礼。In a eulogy, South Korean Prime Minister Han Seung-soo says "You opened the path for inter-Korean reconciliation, exchange, and cooperation throught the first ever South-North Summit since the division of the peninsula. In the year 2000, you received the Nobel Peace Prize, once again putting Korea on the world map."韩国总理韩升洙在悼词中说,“通过朝鲜半岛分裂以来的首次南北高峰会晤,你开启了两韩之间的和解、交流和合作。在2000年,你获得了诺贝尔和平奖,再次让大韩在世界版图显现。”Mr. Kim's 2000 meeting with Kim Jong ll was credited with profoundly changing the character of North-South relations, paving the way for increased North-South contacts and a set of reunions for families separated by the 1950s Korean War. However, it was later tainted by allegations the South paid the North nearly half a billion dollars to agree to the event.金大中2000年会晤金正日,被誉为深刻改变了北南关系的性质,为北南接触的增加、并且为因1950年代朝鲜半岛战争而分离的一批家庭重聚铺平了道路。不过,后来有传闻说,为了让北方同意这次会晤,南方付给北方将近5亿美元,致使有关活动蒙上污点。Prime Minister Han went on to praise Kim Dae-jung's struggle to transition his country from dictatorship to democracy. 韩升洙总理还赞扬金大中为韩国从专制向民主过渡而进行的奋斗。He says "often comparing yourself to the honeysuckle that survives the freezing winter, you emerged strong prevailing over the lifetime of hardship from imprisonment, house arrest, death sentence and exile." 韩升洙说:“你经常自比熬过寒冬的忍冬草,在经历坐牢、软禁、被判死刑和流放的艰难一生后,你坚强地光复了。”President Barack Obama sent a U.S. delegation to attend Sunday's funeral, including former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and senior State Depeartment Envoy to North Korea Stephen Bosworth.美国总统奥巴马派出一个美国代表团参加星期天的葬礼,代表团成员包括前国务卿奥尔布赖特和资深的国务院北韩问题特使斯沃思。08/82355襄阳市第四医院有没有微信咨询

襄阳一医院无痛人流要多少钱襄樊做包皮手术危险吗'Ratatouille' a diifferent Disney movieForget the toys and normal tie-ins. The animated movie about a rat who longs to be a chef will be promoted with merchandise targeting adults. 'On the Money's' Julia Boorstin reports.That’s Ratatouille, he is a rat, he cooks, he wants to be a chef. But what really matters is what Disney wants from Ratatouille? The answer is your money. So they are doing a different kind of marketing. Forget about kids' toys, they are going after you. Julia Boorstin is 'On The Money' live in Los Angeles. Julia?Melissa, Disney is opening its big Pixar film of the year Ratatouille on 3,500 screens tomorrow. The story of a rat cooking in a fancy French restaurant actually makes more sense than you'd think.Ratatouille’s original story sticks out in a summer crowded with sequels. I can’t cook, can I? But you, you can.And pixar's animation continues to amaze.It’s incredibly high quality, great storytelling. It's made for kids and for families. The hope is it's part of family entertainment which is the whole market of Disney's brands.Disney’s and Pixar's brands from Pirates to Toy Story are known for huge consumer product potential. But Ratatouille’s Remy, the rat chef, may be at a disadvantage in that department. There is tough competition this summer from a crowd of other kid-friendly movies, Transformers, Harry Potter, Shrek and others. And rat dolls may not have the appeal of Pixar’s Toy Story fair. Some of our consumer product people are nervous that it’s easy to sell cars to American kids, maybe harder to, for, you know to imagine children at night cutting up with our French rat. So Disney is taking a different approach, targeting adults. With kitchen and cooking ware both at mass retailers and luxury kitchenware chain Sur La Table. Taking its consumer products in a new direction, for the first time, it is selling fine wine and cheese at Costco. Ratatouille shard named Burgundy, a pet project of Pixar chief, John Lasseter, who owns a nap of vineyard. It’s a very logical extension, and I think maybe in our growth of the fact it is very crowded at the Toy Isle. And maybe we had to come up some creative ways to lavish franchise.And what of the movie’s performance? Some analysts say they expect it to underperform Cars by 10 to 15 percent. And if it does?Even if Ratatouille underperforms Cars, and let’s say it does, and I think the estimates we have are in the 200-million-dollar range at the box office domestically, and maybe another 200 overseas. You are still gonna make, you know, maybe 250 million dollars, or 300 million dollars in ultimate profit. Because the expectations are so low for products, like this Ratatouille wine and cheese, there is some room for some upside surprise in how well they perform. Melissa, I think these are actually pretty cute, don’t you think?Absolutely, I know you are gonna tell us how that wine is as well. Thanks a lot, Julia.The cheese is good. Notes:Pixar: Pixar Animation Studios is an American computer animation studio based in Emeryville, California (USA) notable for its seven Academy Awards. It is best known for its CGI animated feature films—such as Toy Story, Finding Nemo, and Cars.02/61716Ok, here is the clinic for you guys out there on the “Dos and Don’ts” of finding emotional joy and carnal fulfillment in its most primitive form, if you get my drift. This male wildebeest dashes up to this herd of females, oblivious to the fact that other wildebeest males consider him about as welcome as a plague of locusts. See? You can't just move in on another guy's turf without getting, you know, clipped. But of course, our hero doesn't get the message, and doesn't stop trying to conjugate the verb. He humps, they dump. (Of) Course, he leaps to his feet, as if to say "Huh, yeah, I meant to do that. No problem. It's under control. I'm cool." "Yeah, right. " The male springbok antelope, however, has it all worked out. His mating strategy is to gently touch flanks of the female as a way of asking if she wants to do what comes naturally. If we could put words to his actions: "Ok, are you y? Ah em, no? Ok, how about now? That's been five seconds. Ok, um, how about now? Now? Is now OK? Ok, how about now? Ok, I'm gonna take that for a yes. That, well,ok... Oops. Huh hem, wait a minute, it's ... Ok, standing still can also be a signal, so uh... Yeah, you know, I'd better go back to that leg thing." In case you wonder just how primal the lust for the female really is, consider these two male lions. Pals, hunting partners. You know, they're classic best buds, nothing can come between them. That is until this Venus of the veldt. This leonine, a bit of feminine flush struts her stuff before the two of them. And then... Years of brotherly comradery torn asunder in seconds, slaughtered by Cupid's bow. The loser slinks away to lick his wounds. He's lost the girl and his best friend. Eh, but wait a minute. Haho, another female! No, she is just here to toss another shovelful of dirt on the coffin. Some days, you just can't win for losing. Vocabulary Mix:drift: General meaning or purport; tenor. 大意:大致的意思或要旨;目的. wildebeest: Either of two large African antelopes(Connochaetes gnou or C. taurinus) having a drooping mane and beard, a long tufted tail, and curved horns in both sexes.牛羚,角马:两种非常大的非洲羚羊之一(角马属 白尾角马 或 角马属 斑纹角马) 属,有飘垂的鬃须,长而成簇的尾,雌雄性皆有弯角springbok: A small brown and white gazelle(Antidorcas marsupialis) of southern Africa, noted for its habit of repeatedly leaping high into the air when startled. 小瞪羚:一种产于非洲南部小的棕白色瞪羚(跳羚 瞪羚属) ,因受惊时习惯性地反复跃入空中而闻名 200811/57021襄阳襄州妇幼保健院中医院白带常规多少钱樊城妇幼保健院中医院是正规吗

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