真是不想管那破事

原来出处:風の部屋 – 无聊的发泄地 | 音楽,邦楽,歌詞,試聴,アニメ,ドラマ

又来电话了,已经教过一次了,还是不会,怎么能这样

大家都知道,我新工作时一家比较大的连锁性质机构,我本来是在这个机构的一个2级机构入职的,现在调到总部了

而大家不知道,我们这边最近大地震,领导换了,我的上司也换了,新上司把我拉到他管的另外一个部门工作,这边超级忙的

可我最开始入职的那个2级机构却频繁的找我,并且招聘的新人是一个连网站前台基础都没有的人,就接我做的网站,这种水平的人让我跟他交接,难道让我从头给他培训网站前台技术?还一分钱学费不给我,我随便找个学校去讲课1小时都有100-200不等的课时费,他们竟然还恬不知耻的让我在每天17、8个小时的疲劳工作之余去教那个XX,对!就是一个XX!

我从心里坚决不想管,死活都不想管,所以我要想个办法不管了!是生是死都不管我事!

我只需要再忍耐1个多月就行,现在部门和他们没有焦点之后就谁都管不着我了

出差回来

刚刚出差回来,目的地为吉林省吉林市的外县:磐石,桦甸,永吉

这三个地方还真的是“各有特点”。磐石地方不大,但各方面却出奇的进步,显得特别繁华;

桦甸则显然一个城市的样子,一切的一切和长春、吉林几乎没有区别;

最后的永吉,明明是离吉林市区最近的,可却完全是一片萧条的景象,竟然连一个差不多的宾馆之类的地方都没有。

不过这一路上还是挺多收获的,多少还让我找回了点4、5年前工作时的感觉。虽然10多天后还会再出来,但一点没有厌烦的感觉。

Photoshop CS5 beta即将到来?

以下内容引用自http://cs5.org/
Adobe: Looking Ahead To Adobe CS5, Kaufman Says BuyPosted by admin in Adobe CS5
future plans, CS5 NewsJul 16th, 2009 | No Comments
Adobe Systems shares are getting a lift Wednesday from Kaufman Bros. analyst Barbara
Coffey, who Wednesday morning lifted her rating on the stock to Buy from Hold,
boosting her price target to $32, from $25. Tuesday, the stock closed at $28.30.
Coffey notes that Adobe shares tend to outperform heading into major product
upgrades. She notes that a new version of Acrobat could be released in Q1 2010, with
Adobe CS5 (Adobe Creative Suite 5) expected in the second quarter of next year. She
notes that buyer patterns have been shown stronger sales for the odd-numbered CS
upgrades; CS 1 and 3 did better than versions 2 and 4. “We believe that shares of
Adobe will likely outperform the market until the time of the releases,” with the
stock performance after that more tied to the strength of demand, the state of the
economy and the health of the advertising market, she writes in a research note.
New image editing tools for Photoshop CS5Posted by admin in Photoshop CS5Jul 6th,
2009 | No Comments
The project is a collaboration between Adobe, Princeton University, and the
University of Washington. It will be presented at the technical papers session at
SIGGRAPH ‘09 in New Orleans this August. You can find more information (including a
PDF of the paper and the full video with more background and technical details)
Adobe CS5 will ship in April 2010Posted by admin in Adobe CS5 future plansJul 3rd,
2009 | No Comments
Piper Jaffray – leading international middle market investment firm, believes
investors will start getting positioned for Adobe CS5 now, given the historical CS
cycle peak multiple occurs 1-6 months prior to ship. Piper expects Adobe CS5 will
ship in April 2010
(more…)
Adobe announced Adobe MAX 2009 registration is open!Posted by admin in Adobe CS5
future plans, Design eventsJun 24th, 2009 |
Adobe MAX 2009
We are in a software revolution fueled by social computing, client and cloud, and the
spread of rich media across screens and devices. For four unforgettable days this
October, MAX 2009 will bring together thousands of designers, developers, and
decision-makers to shape the future. Join us
ARM and Adobe in Mobile ComputingPosted by admin in Adobe in Mobile, CS5 NewsJun 8th,
2009 | No Comments
David Wadhwani (General Manager of Platform Business Unit at Adobe) explains the Open
Screen Project, how Adobe and ARM are optimizing Flash Player and Adobe AIR for ARM,
and ARM Connected Community.
Report from 2009 Creative Suite Developer SummitPosted by admin in CS5 NewsJun 8th,
2009 | No Comments
The 2009 Creative Suite Developer Summit happened in Seattle, Washing from May 11-15,
2009.
Note that this is a developer conference, not a user conference, so be prepared for
tech talk about creating apps and plug-ins and features. Still, you don’t need to be
a developer to appreciate the impact of what they’re talking about. (more…)
Dance with me’ is a multi-media event which encourages participants to investigate
the possibilities of modern means of communication in a playful way. The participants
dance, create songs, compile new music videos from the songs and dance clips, and use
the facilities for social networking. In this way, they promote their work, generate
interest with friends, receive evaluations from other users, have fun, and, with a
bit of luck, win great prizes.
Adobe CS5 – PKG InstallerPosted by admin in Adobe CS5 future plans, Mac and CS5May
18th, 2009 | No Comments c3 _# K4 t7 k; v* j& a
[/url]Adobe has indicated that the next version of Creative Suite (CS5) will have
installers that are in pkg format. This will, of course, make it much easier for
those of who administer and deploy Macs to manage Adobe’s software. And if that
weren’t enough, they’ve also said that the next verison of Adobe Acrobat (version
10) will not have the obnoxious “self-healing” functionality anymore:
Creative Suite Developer Summit 2009Posted by admin in CS5 NewsFeb 23rd, 2009 | 2
Comments
The Creative Suite Developer Summit is a live event tailored to the needs of Adobe
developers and partners with a focus on the business and technology related to
developers for Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, and other Creative Suite products
and Technologies. In it’s third year, it is a excellent chance to renew your
relationship with Adobe, and provide us with guidance on products we should be
producing. The conference is held at Adobe headquarters in Seattle, Washington from
May 11th to May 15th, 2009. (more…)
Adobe team answers critics over CS3 and CS4 installer woesPosted by admin in Adobe
CS5 future plansFeb 14th, 2009
Two senior Adobe Engineering staff has responded to user concerns and criticisms over
Adobe’s installers, particularly related to CS3 and CS4 creative applications, and
have invited feedback to shape development on CS5.
In a John Nack on Adobe blog posting Adobe staff responsible for designing, building,
and managing the company’s installers provide valuable feedback responding to user
comments.
Barry Hills, senior director engineering and program management, Creative Suite
Business Unit, Adobe Systems and Eric Wilde, engineering manager, Creative Suite
Business Unit, Adobe, also touch on future CS5 plans.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 – Executive developer testingPosted by admin in Photoshop CS5Feb
14th, 2009 |

Recruiting for OnLocation Adobe CS5 beta testing and customer visitsPosted by admin
in CS5 NewsFeb 12th, 2009 | No Comments
[/url] Hi All, We will be kicking off pre-release testing for OnLocation CS5 pretty
soon and are eager to increase the ranks of our beta testers. As users of this
program, you have a vested interest in the feature set, workflow, and stability.
There’s no better way to have a hand in helping us improve OnLocation.
Actually, there is a better way: sign up for a customer visit, where two or three
guys from our development team will come observe for a day on the set while you’re
using OL. We’re especially interested if CS4’s Take-Recording Mode* is central to
your workflow. Also, proximity to Sacramento, CA is a plus just on account of
budget–the core of our team is in Folsom. [url=http://cs5.org/?p=37#more-37](more…)
Proposed Photoshop CS5 Interface: HyperrealismPosted by admin in Photoshop CS5Feb
10th, 2009 | 6 Comments
Hyper-realistic Interface for Adobe Photoshop CS5.

Yes, that’s right my friends, CS five! Anybody can show you CS4, but only here will
you get the scoop on CS5. We have obtained super secret plans from our moles within
the Adobe empire, revealing a radical new direction for the Creative Suite.
(more…)
64-bit Photoshop CS4 for Windows only; no 64-bit Mac version until Photoshop
CS5Posted by admin in Mac and CS5, Photoshop CS5Nov 12th, 2008
“What does 64-bit computing mean, practically speaking? In a nutshell, it lets an
application address very large amounts of memory–specifically, more than 4
gigabytes,” John Nack, Senior Product Manager, Adobe Photoshop, writes on his blog
John Nack on Adobe.
Nack writes, “It’s also important to say what 64-bit doesn’t mean. It doesn’t
make applications somehow run twice as fast. As Photoshop architect Scott Byer
writes, “64-bit applications don’t magically get faster access to memory, or any of
the other key things that would help most applications perform better.” In our
testing, when an app isn’t using a large data set (one that would otherwise require
memory swapping), the speedup due to running in 64-bit mode is around 8-12%.”
(more…)