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為什麼 Mac 打不敗 PC?

http://www.techbang.com.tw/posts/3897-commonplace-mac-can-not-dominate-the-sessions-11-reasons-pc

從隨身聽、手機、平板裝置,到作業系統、桌機和筆電,Apple推出的產品幾乎都是最夯的話題,不過摒除iPhone、iPad的光環之後,Mac電腦的市占率相對整體PC市場僅止於10%左右,似乎沒有手持裝置亮眼。《PC Magazine》網路版PCMag.com就撰文指出11個Mac無法稱霸PC的理由。


從Apple剛公佈2010第4季財報中,得知他們賣出了1410萬支iPhone、905萬台iPod、419萬台iPad、以及389萬台Mac電腦,相較第3季的表現,除了iPod之外其他產品均呈現上漲的行情。其中Mac電腦銷售較上一季成長22%、較去年同期成長27%,達到48.7億美元,佔公司總收入的24%。另外就Gartner的統計,Mac電腦在第3季美國市場市占率,也從9.3%上升至10.4%,一舉打敗Acer、僅次HP以及Dell成為北美第3大電腦製造商。


即便Mac電腦銷售強勁,終究只佔了整體PC市場10%的市占率,成績甚至不比iPhone亮眼,究竟Mac是哪裡出了問題,使得Mac一直無法與Windows作業系統力拼?PCMag.com編輯Lance Ulanoff整理出《11 Reasons Apple Doesn't Dominate the PC Market》,這話題每年總是會固定出現個幾次,大家不妨以輕鬆的心情一起看一下、當成飯後閒聊的話題吧。


1.企業市場


這是一個非常肯定的答案。許多企業都將Windows系統的PC列為標準設備,因此當電腦汰舊換新時,自然會選擇同為Windows的PC,這可幫助企業節省轉換系統的資金以及時間。當然企業內還是會有一些Mac電腦,例如設計、美術相關人員通常會使用Mac,但這並不能帶動企業內部使用Mac的風氣。不過在未來5年內,倒是有個現象值得關注:iPad是否能成為催化劑,讓企業使用Mac電腦?Lance Ulanoff觀察到某些企業CEO們使用iPad的經驗相當良好,而他們也是唯一有能力去改變企業內電腦平台的關鍵人物。


2.缺乏商業應用


如果企業找不到所需的軟體達成工作需求,理所當然也不會選擇Mac電腦。根據企業產品提供商CDW所提供的數據顯示,僅支援Mac版本的軟體為9,826個,而Windows平台則有79,000個。可能有人會想到是不是Apple平台研發成本較貴,就Lance Ulanoff所認知,開發Mac版本的研發成本,與Windows版本的研發成本大致相同。


3.價格


Mac電腦的價格相對較高,某些人甚至戲稱為「蘋果稅」。除了499美元的iPad之外,Mac電腦中最便宜為699美元的Mac mini,它只是台主機,使用者還得自行變出螢幕、滑鼠、鍵盤裝置。如果想要買一台筆電,最便宜的13吋MacBook為900美元。如果選擇其他品牌的產品,可買到350美元的小筆電、600美元的CULV筆電。客觀來說,Apple產品擁有出色的設計,以及使用較高等級的零組件。Twitter上就有人將Apple比喻為高級汽車,他們認為並不是所有人都想使用Mac電腦,因為不是所有人都會開Mercedes-Benz或BMW。


4.修理價格昂貴


Apple產品常得到《PC Magazine》的推薦,因為Apple提供了可靠的產品,以及超出平均水準的技術支援。然而當修理Mac電腦的時候呢?例如Mac Pro採用標準的處理器、快閃記憶體、硬碟規格,維修更換卻需要負擔比PC更高的費用,甚至修理一些Mac筆電零件的費用,往往高出筆電本身的價格。Lance Ulanoff認為修理Mac電腦比Windows系統貴,並不是反應在零件成本上。


5.老賈以及Apple相當驕傲


Steve Jobs是科技業的最後一名偶像,但他對外界總是表現出不肖一顧、粗魯的態度,只因為Apple總是能夠一次又一次發表最優秀的產品。假如Apple不能再繼續推出領先業界的產品,那Steve Jobs的態度將會讓人感到不順眼。或許有人不選擇Apple產品,正是認為Steve Jobs傲慢的表現太過於荒謬。


6.消費者害怕、拒絕改變


消費者和企業都會擔心他們未知的事物。對企業來說,更換平台的成本相當高,包含購買新系統、培育人員、採購周邊設備、軟體等。再者許多IT人員對Mac電腦的了解程度不及Windows系統,也是一個原因。對一般消費者而言,更換平台相當容易,但是許多人仍不願意嘗試,因為他們對Mac電腦不熟,也不願意重新花費時間學習新的界面。此外許多人在工作環境使用Windows電腦,回到家中使用相同的平台對他們而言會比較容易。


7.不想加入Apple教派


Apple產品的愛好者往往非常狂熱,不過也不至於對Mac平台的問題完全無視。令Lance Ulanoff吃驚的是,偶爾也會聽到一些Mac使用者抱怨他們的系統(雖然比Windows使用者的比例少很多)。而這些人也沒有積極邀請Lance加入Mac平台。


8.PC就已經足夠了


如果使用者的預算有限,他可以用500美元買到一台PC,它可以做所有的事情,只是可能在玩3D遊戲、看高解析度照片、進行影像編輯時會有些問題。儘管如此,它已經能滿足許多需求,許多消費者和企業並不會付出更多錢,只為了獲得Mac電腦所謂的「無形價值」。


9.許多商業軟體只能運行在PC上


許多企業曾經發生過一個狀況,就是使用比較老的客製化商業軟體時,並無法運行在新的Windows 7系統上,必須降回Windows XP使用。這些企業也不會轉向Mac電腦,因為這些軟體當然都無法運行在Mac,除非是使用BootCamp,但這又需要另外一筆費用。事實上大部分商業軟體都沒有針對跨平台開發、甚至連不同的Windows版本也不能相容。


10.綁手綁腳,對DIY族不友善


對DIY族而言,使用Windows系統的PC一直他們的天堂,但是對Mac平台就不是了,最缺乏的是作業系統的支援,他們無法自己組一台電腦、然後自己安裝Mac OS X系統。


11.沒有遊戲


有珍貴的少數遊戲推出Mac版,不過放眼PC市場,Mac玩家顯然太少了。很難去相信遊戲出在Mac平台上能保持固定的玩家人數。因此絕大多數的遊戲都是Windows版本。當然遊戲少,玩家也很難去選擇Mac做為它們的遊戲平台。

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瑪丹娜未加工照曝光

http://www.nownews.com/2010/10/10/91-2653680.htm

年過半百的歌壇巨星瑪丹娜Madonna,該來躲不掉的「年齡問題」彷彿也讓後製修圖工作人員越來越忙了!先前她為名牌拍攝的一組性感廣告,就被指出是靠著修圖軟體「Photoshop」加工而成,這回廣告「原版照」曝光,手上滿是老態噁心青筋,跟修圖後的「差很大!」

 

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新人類莎士比亞6.0軟體免費下載

http://www.newtype.com.tw/wsha6.aspx

中文市場最受歡迎的莎士比亞從1991年推出至今已經超過20年,但是由 於新人類公司產品轉型,已經於2001年停止這項產品的銷售與服務。

莎士比亞6.0雖然是排版系統,但是最大特色,就是將排版/文書/繪圖三 者合而為一,使用者第一次使用時可能會感覺很像文書軟體,編輯操作方式與文 書軟體類似,但是需要 專業的繪圖編輯模式時,只要切換排版工具就可以開始進行 專業的排版工作。

這樣一套好產品,新人類為了感謝二十多年來許多老客戶的愛戴,將於10/8開始開放免費下載,並可以安裝新作業系統(Windows 7與VISTA系統)上使用。 不過這套產品將以免費方式(無使用期限)供下載使用,並不提供銷售,亦不提供任何技術服務諮詢,請見諒。

 

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TCP/UDP埠列表

http://zh.wikipedia.org/zh-tw/TCP/UDP%E7%AB%AF%E5%8F%A3%E5%88%97%E8%A1%A8

不同的通信協定,都有不同的對應。所以,利用簡訊(datagram)的UDP,所採用的埠號碼不一定和採用TCP的埠號碼一樣。以下為兩種通信協定的埠列表連結:


http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers

PORT NUMBERS

(last updated 2010-09-24)

The port numbers are divided into three ranges: the Well Known Ports,
the Registered Ports, and the Dynamic and/or Private Ports.

The Well Known Ports are those from 0 through 1023.

DCCP Well Known ports SHOULD NOT be used without IANA registration.
The registration procedure is defined in [RFC4340], Section 19.9.

The Registered Ports are those from 1024 through 49151

DCCP Registered ports SHOULD NOT be used without IANA registration.
The registration procedure is defined in [RFC4340], Section 19.9.

The Dynamic and/or Private Ports are those from 49152 through 65535

A value of 0 in the port numbers registry below indicates that no port 
has been allocated.

************************************************************************
* PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:                                           *
*                                                                      *
* IESG STATEMENT TO THE IANA                                           *
*    THE IESG BELIEVES THAT IANA MAY ALLOCATE AN ADDITIONAL PORT IN    *
*    THE 'USER PORT' RANGE TO PROTOCOLS WHOSE CURRENT PORT ALLOCATION  *
*    REQUIRES ACCESS TO A PRIVILEGED PORT. THIS ALLOCATION SHOULD NOT  *
*    BE AUTOMATIC, BUT MAY OCCUR UPON APPLICATION BY AN INTERESTED     *
*    PARTY WHOSE APPLICATION WOULD OTHERWISE FIT IANA'S POLICIES.      *
*                                                                      *
* 1. UNASSIGNED PORT NUMBERS SHOULD NOT BE USED.  THE IANA WILL ASSIGN *
* THE NUMBER FOR THE PORT AFTER YOUR APPLICATION HAS BEEN APPROVED.    *
*                                                                      *
* 2. ASSIGNMENT OF A PORT NUMBER DOES NOT IN ANY WAY IMPLY AN          *
* ENDORSEMENT OF AN APPLICATION OR PRODUCT, AND THE FACT THAT NETWORK  *
* TRAFFIC IS FLOWING TO OR FROM A REGISTERED PORT DOES NOT MEAN THAT   *
* IT IS "GOOD" TRAFFIC. FIREWALL AND SYSTEM ADMINISTRATORS SHOULD      *
* CHOOSE HOW TO CONFIGURE THEIR SYSTEMS BASED ON THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF    *
* THE TRAFFIC IN QUESTION, NOT WHETHER THERE IS A PORT NUMBER          *
* REGISTERED OR NOT.                                                   *
************************************************************************


WELL KNOWN PORT NUMBERS

The Well Known Ports are assigned by the IANA and on most systems can
only be used by system (or root) processes or by programs executed by
privileged users.

Ports are used in the TCP [RFC793] to name the ends of logical
connections which carry long term conversations.  For the purpose of
providing services to unknown callers, a service contact port is
defined.  This list specifies the port used by the server process as
its contact port.  The contact port is sometimes called the
"well-known port".

To the extent possible, these same port assignments are used with the
UDP [RFC768].

The range for well-known ports managed by the IANA is 0-1023.

Port Assignments:

Keyword         Decimal    Description                     References
-------         -------    -----------                     ----------
                  0/tcp    Reserved
                  0/udp    Reserved
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
spr-itunes        0/tcp    Shirt Pocket netTunes
spl-itunes        0/tcp    Shirt Pocket launchTunes
#                          David Nanian <dnanian&shirt-pocket.com> 28 September 2007
tcpmux            1/tcp    TCP Port Service Multiplexer
tcpmux            1/udp    TCP Port Service Multiplexer
#                          Mark Lottor <MKL&nisc.sri.com>
compressnet       2/tcp    Management Utility
compressnet       2/udp    Management Utility
compressnet       3/tcp    Compression Process
compressnet       3/udp    Compression Process
#                          Bernie Volz <volz&cisco.com>
#                 4/tcp    Unassigned
#                 4/udp    Unassigned
rje               5/tcp    Remote Job Entry
rje               5/udp    Remote Job Entry
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
#                 6/tcp    Unassigned
#                 6/udp    Unassigned
echo              7/tcp    Echo
echo              7/udp    Echo
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
#                 8/tcp    Unassigned
#                 8/udp    Unassigned
discard           9/tcp    Discard 
discard           9/udp    Discard 
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu> 
discard           9/sctp   Discard  
#                          IETF TSVWG
#                          Randall Stewart <rrs&lakerest.net>
#                          [RFC4960]
discard           9/dccp   Discard SC:DISC
#                          IETF dccp WG, Eddie Kohler <kohler&cs.ucla.edu>, [RFC4340]
#                10/tcp    Unassigned
#                10/udp    Unassigned
systat           11/tcp    Active Users
systat           11/udp    Active Users
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
#                12/tcp    Unassigned
#                12/udp    Unassigned
daytime          13/tcp    Daytime (RFC 867)
daytime          13/udp    Daytime (RFC 867)
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
#                14/tcp    Unassigned
#                14/udp    Unassigned
#                15/tcp    Unassigned [was netstat]
#                15/udp    Unassigned
#                16/tcp    Unassigned
#                16/udp    Unassigned
qotd             17/tcp    Quote of the Day
qotd             17/udp    Quote of the Day
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
msp              18/tcp    Message Send Protocol
msp              18/udp    Message Send Protocol
#                          Rina Nethaniel <---none--->
chargen          19/tcp    Character Generator
chargen          19/udp    Character Generator
ftp-data         20/tcp    File Transfer [Default Data]
ftp-data         20/udp    File Transfer [Default Data]
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
ftp-data         20/sctp   FTP
#                          IETF TSVWG
#                          Randall Stewart <rrs&lakerest.net>
#                          [RFC4960]
ftp              21/tcp    File Transfer [Control]
ftp              21/udp    File Transfer [Control]
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
ftp              21/sctp   FTP
#                          IETF TSVWG
#                          Randall Stewart <rrs&lakerest.net>
#                          [RFC4960]
ssh              22/tcp    The Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol
ssh              22/udp    The Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol
#                          [RFC4251]
ssh              22/sctp   SSH
#                          IETF TSVWG
#                          Randall Stewart <rrs&lakerest.net>
#                          [RFC4960]
telnet           23/tcp    Telnet
telnet           23/udp    Telnet
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
                 24/tcp    any private mail system
                 24/udp    any private mail system
#                          Rick Adams <rick&UUNET.UU.NET>
smtp             25/tcp    Simple Mail Transfer
smtp             25/udp    Simple Mail Transfer
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
#                26/tcp    Unassigned
#                26/udp    Unassigned
nsw-fe           27/tcp    NSW User System FE
nsw-fe           27/udp    NSW User System FE
#                          Robert Thomas <BThomas&F.BBN.COM>
#                28/tcp    Unassigned
#                28/udp    Unassigned
msg-icp          29/tcp    MSG ICP
msg-icp          29/udp    MSG ICP
#                          Robert Thomas <BThomas&F.BBN.COM>
#                30/tcp    Unassigned
#                30/udp    Unassigned
msg-auth         31/tcp    MSG Authentication
msg-auth         31/udp    MSG Authentication
#                          Robert Thomas <BThomas&F.BBN.COM>
#                32/tcp    Unassigned
#                32/udp    Unassigned
dsp              33/tcp    Display Support Protocol
dsp              33/udp    Display Support Protocol
#                          Ed Cain <cain&edn-unix.dca.mil>
#                34/tcp    Unassigned
#                34/udp    Unassigned
                 35/tcp    any private printer server
                 35/udp    any private printer server
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
#                36/tcp    Unassigned
#                36/udp    Unassigned
time             37/tcp    Time
time             37/udp    Time
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
rap              38/tcp    Route Access Protocol
rap              38/udp    Route Access Protocol
#                          Robert Ullmann <ariel&world.std.com>
rlp              39/tcp    Resource Location Protocol
rlp              39/udp    Resource Location Protocol
#                          Mike Accetta <MIKE.ACCETTA&CMU-CS-A.EDU>
#                40/tcp    Unassigned
#                40/udp    Unassigned
graphics         41/tcp    Graphics
graphics         41/udp    Graphics
name             42/tcp    Host Name Server
name             42/udp    Host Name Server
nameserver       42/tcp    Host Name Server
nameserver       42/udp    Host Name Server
nicname          43/tcp    Who Is
nicname          43/udp    Who Is
mpm-flags        44/tcp    MPM FLAGS Protocol
mpm-flags        44/udp    MPM FLAGS Protocol
mpm              45/tcp    Message Processing Module [recv]
mpm              45/udp    Message Processing Module [recv]
mpm-snd          46/tcp    MPM [default send]
mpm-snd          46/udp    MPM [default send]
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
ni-ftp           47/tcp    NI FTP
ni-ftp           47/udp    NI FTP
#                          Steve Kille <S.Kille&isode.com>
auditd           48/tcp    Digital Audit Daemon
auditd           48/udp    Digital Audit Daemon
#                          Larry Scott <scott&zk3.dec.com>
tacacs           49/tcp    Login Host Protocol (TACACS)
tacacs           49/udp    Login Host Protocol (TACACS)
#                          Pieter Ditmars <pditmars&BBN.COM>
re-mail-ck       50/tcp    Remote Mail Checking Protocol
re-mail-ck       50/udp    Remote Mail Checking Protocol
#                          Steve Dorner <s-dorner&UIUC.EDU>
la-maint         51/tcp    IMP Logical Address Maintenance
la-maint         51/udp    IMP Logical Address Maintenance
#                          Andy Malis <malis_a&timeplex.com>
xns-time         52/tcp    XNS Time Protocol
xns-time         52/udp    XNS Time Protocol
#                          Susie Armstrong <Armstrong.wbst128@XEROX>
domain           53/tcp    Domain Name Server
domain           53/udp    Domain Name Server
#                          Paul Mockapetris <PVM&ISI.EDU>
xns-ch           54/tcp    XNS Clearinghouse
xns-ch           54/udp    XNS Clearinghouse
#                          Susie Armstrong <Armstrong.wbst128@XEROX>
isi-gl           55/tcp    ISI Graphics Language
isi-gl           55/udp    ISI Graphics Language
xns-auth         56/tcp    XNS Authentication
xns-auth         56/udp    XNS Authentication
#                          Susie Armstrong <Armstrong.wbst128@XEROX>
                 57/tcp    any private terminal access
                 57/udp    any private terminal access
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
xns-mail         58/tcp    XNS Mail
xns-mail         58/udp    XNS Mail
#                          Susie Armstrong <Armstrong.wbst128@XEROX>
                 59/tcp    any private file service
                 59/udp    any private file service
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
#                60/tcp    Unassigned
#                60/udp    Unassigned
ni-mail          61/tcp    NI MAIL
ni-mail          61/udp    NI MAIL
#                          Steve Kille <S.Kille&isode.com>
acas             62/tcp    ACA Services
acas             62/udp    ACA Services
#                          E. Wald <ewald&via.enet.dec.com>
whois++          63/tcp    whois++
whois++          63/udp    whois++
#                          Rickard Schoultz <schoultz&sunet.se>
covia            64/tcp    Communications Integrator (CI)
covia            64/udp    Communications Integrator (CI)
#                          Dan Smith <dan.smith&den.galileo.com>
tacacs-ds        65/tcp    TACACS-Database Service
tacacs-ds        65/udp    TACACS-Database Service
#                          Kathy Huber <khuber&bbn.com>
sql*net          66/tcp    Oracle SQL*NET
sql*net          66/udp    Oracle SQL*NET
#                          Jack Haverty <jhaverty&ORACLE.COM>
bootps           67/tcp    Bootstrap Protocol Server
bootps           67/udp    Bootstrap Protocol Server
bootpc           68/tcp    Bootstrap Protocol Client
bootpc           68/udp    Bootstrap Protocol Client
#                          Bill Croft <Croft&SUMEX-AIM.STANFORD.EDU>
tftp             69/tcp    Trivial File Transfer
tftp             69/udp    Trivial File Transfer
#                          David Clark <ddc&LCS.MIT.EDU>
gopher           70/tcp    Gopher
gopher           70/udp    Gopher
#                          Mark McCahill <mpm&boombox.micro.umn.edu>
netrjs-1         71/tcp    Remote Job Service
netrjs-1         71/udp    Remote Job Service
netrjs-2         72/tcp    Remote Job Service
netrjs-2         72/udp    Remote Job Service
netrjs-3         73/tcp    Remote Job Service
netrjs-3         73/udp    Remote Job Service
netrjs-4         74/tcp    Remote Job Service
netrjs-4         74/udp    Remote Job Service
#                          Bob Braden <Braden&ISI.EDU>
                 75/tcp    any private dial out service
                 75/udp    any private dial out service
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
deos             76/tcp    Distributed External Object Store
deos             76/udp    Distributed External Object Store
#                          Robert Ullmann <ariel&world.std.com>
                 77/tcp    any private RJE service
                 77/udp    any private RJE service
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
vettcp           78/tcp    vettcp
vettcp           78/udp    vettcp
#                          Christopher Leong <leong&kolmod.mlo.dec.com>
finger           79/tcp    Finger
finger           79/udp    Finger
#                          David Zimmerman <dpz&RUTGERS.EDU>
#                          Unauthorized use by some mail users (see [RFC4146] for details)
http             80/tcp    World Wide Web HTTP
http             80/udp    World Wide Web HTTP
www              80/tcp    World Wide Web HTTP
www              80/udp    World Wide Web HTTP
www-http         80/tcp    World Wide Web HTTP
www-http         80/udp    World Wide Web HTTP
#                          Tim Berners-Lee <timbl&W3.org>
http             80/sctp   HTTP
#                          IETF TSVWG
#                          Randall Stewart <rrs&lakerest.net>
#                          [RFC4960]
#                81        Unassigned (Removed on 2007-09-06)
xfer             82/tcp    XFER Utility
xfer             82/udp    XFER Utility
#                          Thomas M. Smith <Thomas.M.Smith&lmco.com>
mit-ml-dev       83/tcp    MIT ML Device
mit-ml-dev       83/udp    MIT ML Device
#                          David Reed <--none--->
ctf              84/tcp    Common Trace Facility
ctf              84/udp    Common Trace Facility
#                          Hugh Thomas <thomas&oils.enet.dec.com>
mit-ml-dev       85/tcp    MIT ML Device
mit-ml-dev       85/udp    MIT ML Device
#                          David Reed <--none--->
mfcobol          86/tcp    Micro Focus Cobol
mfcobol          86/udp    Micro Focus Cobol
#                          Simon Edwards <--none--->
                 87/tcp    any private terminal link
                 87/udp    any private terminal link
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
kerberos         88/tcp    Kerberos
kerberos         88/udp    Kerberos
#                          B. Clifford Neuman <bcn&isi.edu>
su-mit-tg        89/tcp    SU/MIT Telnet Gateway
su-mit-tg        89/udp    SU/MIT Telnet Gateway
#                          Mark Crispin <MRC&PANDA.COM>
########### PORT 90 also being used unofficially by Pointcast #########
dnsix            90/tcp    DNSIX Securit Attribute Token Map
dnsix            90/udp    DNSIX Securit Attribute Token Map
#                          Charles Watt <watt&sware.com>
mit-dov          91/tcp    MIT Dover Spooler
mit-dov          91/udp    MIT Dover Spooler
#                          Eliot Moss <EBM&XX.LCS.MIT.EDU>
npp              92/tcp    Network Printing Protocol
npp              92/udp    Network Printing Protocol
#                          Louis Mamakos <louie&sayshell.umd.edu>
dcp              93/tcp    Device Control Protocol
dcp              93/udp    Device Control Protocol
#                          Daniel Tappan <Tappan&BBN.COM>
objcall          94/tcp    Tivoli Object Dispatcher
objcall          94/udp    Tivoli Object Dispatcher
#                          Tom Bereiter <--none--->
supdup           95/tcp    SUPDUP
supdup           95/udp    SUPDUP
#                          Mark Crispin <MRC&PANDA.COM>
dixie            96/tcp    DIXIE Protocol Specification
dixie            96/udp    DIXIE Protocol Specification
#                Tim Howes <Tim.Howes&terminator.cc.umich.edu>
swift-rvf        97/tcp    Swift Remote Virtural File Protocol
swift-rvf        97/udp    Swift Remote Virtural File Protocol
#                          Maurice R. Turcotte
#                <mailrus!uflorida!rm1!dnmrt%rmatl&uunet.UU.NET> 
tacnews          98/tcp    TAC News
tacnews          98/udp    TAC News
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
metagram         99/tcp    Metagram Relay
metagram         99/udp    Metagram Relay
#                          Geoff Goodfellow <Geoff&FERNWOOD.MPK.CA.US>
newacct         100/tcp    [unauthorized use]
hostname        101/tcp    NIC Host Name Server
hostname        101/udp    NIC Host Name Server
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
iso-tsap        102/tcp    ISO-TSAP Class 0
iso-tsap        102/udp    ISO-TSAP Class 0
#                          Marshall Rose <mrose&dbc.mtview.ca.us>
gppitnp         103/tcp    Genesis Point-to-Point Trans Net
gppitnp         103/udp    Genesis Point-to-Point Trans Net
acr-nema        104/tcp    ACR-NEMA Digital Imag. & Comm. 300
acr-nema        104/udp    ACR-NEMA Digital Imag. & Comm. 300
#                          Patrick McNamee <--none--->
cso             105/tcp    CCSO name server protocol
cso             105/udp    CCSO name server protocol
#                          Martin Hamilton <martin&mrrl.lut.as.uk>           
csnet-ns        105/tcp    Mailbox Name Nameserver
csnet-ns        105/udp    Mailbox Name Nameserver
#                          Marvin Solomon <solomon&CS.WISC.EDU>
3com-tsmux      106/tcp    3COM-TSMUX
3com-tsmux      106/udp    3COM-TSMUX
#                          Jeremy Siegel <jzs&NSD.3Com.COM>
##########      106        Unauthorized use by insecure poppassd protocol
rtelnet         107/tcp    Remote Telnet Service
rtelnet         107/udp    Remote Telnet Service
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
snagas          108/tcp    SNA Gateway Access Server
snagas          108/udp    SNA Gateway Access Server
#                          Kevin Murphy <murphy&sevens.lkg.dec.com>
pop2            109/tcp    Post Office Protocol - Version 2
pop2            109/udp    Post Office Protocol - Version 2
#                          Joyce K. Reynolds <jkrey&isi.edu>
pop3            110/tcp    Post Office Protocol - Version 3
pop3            110/udp    Post Office Protocol - Version 3
#                          Marshall Rose <mrose&dbc.mtview.ca.us>
sunrpc          111/tcp    SUN Remote Procedure Call
sunrpc          111/udp    SUN Remote Procedure Call
#                          Chuck McManis <cmcmanis&freegate.net>
mcidas          112/tcp    McIDAS Data Transmission Protocol
mcidas          112/udp    McIDAS Data Transmission Protocol
#                          Glenn Davis <support&unidata.ucar.edu>
ident           113/tcp    
auth            113/tcp    Authentication Service
auth            113/udp    Authentication Service
#                          Mike St. Johns <stjohns&arpa.mil>
#               114        Deprecated June 2004
sftp            115/tcp    Simple File Transfer Protocol
sftp            115/udp    Simple File Transfer Protocol
#                          Mark Lottor <MKL&nisc.sri.com>
ansanotify      116/tcp    ANSA REX Notify
ansanotify      116/udp    ANSA REX Notify
#                          Nicola J. Howarth <njh&ansa.co.uk>
uucp-path       117/tcp    UUCP Path Service
uucp-path       117/udp    UUCP Path Service
sqlserv         118/tcp    SQL Services
sqlserv         118/udp    SQL Services
#                          Larry Barnes <barnes&broke.enet.dec.com>
nntp            119/tcp    Network News Transfer Protocol
nntp            119/udp    Network News Transfer Protocol
#                          Phil Lapsley <phil&UCBARPA.BERKELEY.EDU>
cfdptkt         120/tcp    CFDPTKT
cfdptkt         120/udp    CFDPTKT
#                          John Ioannidis <ji&close.cs.columbia.ed>
erpc            121/tcp    Encore Expedited Remote Pro.Call
erpc            121/udp    Encore Expedited Remote Pro.Call
#                          Jack O'Neil <---none--->
smakynet        122/tcp    SMAKYNET
smakynet        122/udp    SMAKYNET
#                          Pierre Arnaud <pierre.arnaud&iname.com>
ntp             123/tcp    Network Time Protocol
ntp             123/udp    Network Time Protocol
#                          Dave Mills <mills&udel.edu>
#                          [RFC5905]
ansatrader      124/tcp    ANSA REX Trader
ansatrader      124/udp    ANSA REX Trader
#                          Nicola J. Howarth <njh&ansa.co.uk>
locus-map       125/tcp    Locus PC-Interface Net Map Ser
locus-map       125/udp    Locus PC-Interface Net Map Ser
#                          Eric Peterson <lcc.eric&SEAS.UCLA.EDU>
nxedit		126/tcp    NXEdit
nxedit		126/udp    NXEdit
#			   Don Payette <Don.Payette&unisys.com>
###########Port 126 Previously assigned to application below#######
#unitary         126/tcp    Unisys Unitary Login
#unitary         126/udp    Unisys Unitary Login
#                          <feil&kronos.nisd.cam.unisys.com>
###########Port 126 Previously assigned to application above#######
locus-con       127/tcp    Locus PC-Interface Conn Server
locus-con       127/udp    Locus PC-Interface Conn Server
#                          Eric Peterson <lcc.eric&SEAS.UCLA.EDU>
gss-xlicen      128/tcp    GSS X License Verification
gss-xlicen      128/udp    GSS X License Verification
#                          John Light <johnl&gssc.gss.com>
pwdgen          129/tcp    Password Generator Protocol
pwdgen          129/udp    Password Generator Protocol
#                          Frank J. Wacho <WANCHO&WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL>
cisco-fna       130/tcp    cisco FNATIVE
cisco-fna       130/udp    cisco FNATIVE
cisco-tna       131/tcp    cisco TNATIVE
cisco-tna       131/udp    cisco TNATIVE
cisco-sys       132/tcp    cisco SYSMAINT
cisco-sys       132/udp    cisco SYSMAINT
statsrv         133/tcp    Statistics Service
statsrv         133/udp    Statistics Service
#                          Dave Mills <Mills&HUEY.UDEL.EDU>
ingres-net      134/tcp    INGRES-NET Service
ingres-net      134/udp    INGRES-NET Service
#                          Mike Berrow <---none--->
epmap           135/tcp    DCE endpoint resolution
epmap           135/udp    DCE endpoint resolution
#                          Joe Pato <pato&apollo.hp.com>
profile         136/tcp    PROFILE Naming System           
profile         136/udp    PROFILE Naming System           
#                          Larry Peterson <llp&ARIZONA.EDU>
netbios-ns      137/tcp    NETBIOS Name Service    
netbios-ns      137/udp    NETBIOS Name Service    
netbios-dgm     138/tcp    NETBIOS Datagram Service
netbios-dgm     138/udp    NETBIOS Datagram Service
netbios-ssn     139/tcp    NETBIOS Session Service
netbios-ssn     139/udp    NETBIOS Session Service
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
emfis-data      140/tcp    EMFIS Data Service
emfis-data      140/udp    EMFIS Data Service
emfis-cntl      141/tcp    EMFIS Control Service
emfis-cntl      141/udp    EMFIS Control Service
#                          Gerd Beling <GBELING&ISI.EDU>
bl-idm          142/tcp    Britton-Lee IDM           
bl-idm          142/udp    Britton-Lee IDM           
#                          Susie Snitzer <---none--->
imap            143/tcp    Internet Message Access Protocol
imap            143/udp    Internet Message Access Protocol
#                          Mark Crispin <MRC&CAC.Washington.EDU>
uma 		144/tcp    Universal Management Architecture
uma		144/udp    Universal Management Architecture
#			   Jay Whitney <jw&powercenter.com>
uaac            145/tcp    UAAC Protocol             
uaac            145/udp    UAAC Protocol             
#                          David A. Gomberg <gomberg&GATEWAY.MITRE.ORG>
iso-tp0         146/tcp    ISO-IP0
iso-tp0         146/udp    ISO-IP0
iso-ip          147/tcp    ISO-IP
iso-ip          147/udp    ISO-IP
#                          Marshall Rose <mrose&dbc.mtview.ca.us>
jargon          148/tcp    Jargon
jargon          148/udp    Jargon
#			   Bill Weinman <wew&bearnet.com>
aed-512         149/tcp    AED 512 Emulation Service           
aed-512         149/udp    AED 512 Emulation Service           
#                          Albert G. Broscius <broscius&DSL.CIS.UPENN.EDU>
sql-net         150/tcp    SQL-NET                    
sql-net         150/udp    SQL-NET                    
#                          Martin Picard <<---none--->
hems            151/tcp    HEMS                              
hems            151/udp    HEMS                              
bftp            152/tcp    Background File Transfer Program 
bftp            152/udp    Background File Transfer Program 
#                          Annette DeSchon <DESCHON&ISI.EDU>
sgmp            153/tcp    SGMP                    
sgmp            153/udp    SGMP                    
#                          Marty Schoffstahl <schoff&NISC.NYSER.NET>
netsc-prod      154/tcp    NETSC                             
netsc-prod      154/udp    NETSC                             
netsc-dev       155/tcp    NETSC                             
netsc-dev       155/udp    NETSC                             
#                          Sergio Heker <heker&JVNCC.CSC.ORG>
sqlsrv          156/tcp    SQL Service                  
sqlsrv          156/udp    SQL Service                  
#                          Craig Rogers <Rogers&ISI.EDU>
knet-cmp        157/tcp    KNET/VM Command/Message Protocol
knet-cmp        157/udp    KNET/VM Command/Message Protocol
#                          Gary S. Malkin <GMALKIN&XYLOGICS.COM>
pcmail-srv      158/tcp    PCMail Server                 
pcmail-srv      158/udp    PCMail Server                 
#                          Mark L. Lambert <markl&PTT.LCS.MIT.EDU>
nss-routing     159/tcp    NSS-Routing                  
nss-routing     159/udp    NSS-Routing                  
#                          Yakov Rekhter <Yakov&IBM.COM>
sgmp-traps      160/tcp    SGMP-TRAPS                
sgmp-traps      160/udp    SGMP-TRAPS                
#                          Marty Schoffstahl <schoff&NISC.NYSER.NET>
snmp            161/tcp    SNMP
snmp            161/udp    SNMP
snmptrap        162/tcp    SNMPTRAP
snmptrap        162/udp    SNMPTRAP
#                          Marshall Rose <mrose&dbc.mtview.ca.us>
cmip-man        163/tcp    CMIP/TCP Manager   
cmip-man        163/udp    CMIP/TCP Manager   
cmip-agent      164/tcp    CMIP/TCP Agent     
cmip-agent      164/udp    CMIP/TCP Agent     
#                          Amatzia Ben-Artzi <---none--->
xns-courier     165/tcp    Xerox                          
xns-courier     165/udp    Xerox                          
#                          Susie Armstrong <Armstrong.wbst128&XEROX.COM>
s-net           166/tcp    Sirius Systems          
s-net           166/udp    Sirius Systems          
#                          Brian Lloyd <brian&lloyd.com>
namp            167/tcp    NAMP                    
namp            167/udp    NAMP                    
#                          Marty Schoffstahl <schoff&NISC.NYSER.NET>
rsvd            168/tcp    RSVD                              
rsvd            168/udp    RSVD                              
#                          Previous contact: Neil Todd <mcvax!ist.co.uk!neil&UUNET.UU.NET>
#                          Current contact: Alan Sandell <alan.sandell&ist.co.uk> 01 May 2008
send            169/tcp    SEND                              
send            169/udp    SEND                              
#                          William D. Wisner <wisner&HAYES.FAI.ALASKA.EDU>
print-srv       170/tcp    Network PostScript              
print-srv       170/udp    Network PostScript              
#                          Brian Reid <reid&DECWRL.DEC.COM>
multiplex       171/tcp    Network Innovations Multiplex
multiplex       171/udp    Network Innovations Multiplex
cl/1            172/tcp    Network Innovations CL/1     
cl/1            172/udp    Network Innovations CL/1     
#                          Kevin DeVault <<---none--->
xyplex-mux      173/tcp    Xyplex                          
xyplex-mux      173/udp    Xyplex                          
#                          Bob Stewart <STEWART&XYPLEX.COM>
mailq           174/tcp    MAILQ                               
mailq           174/udp    MAILQ                               
#                          Rayan Zachariassen <rayan&AI.TORONTO.EDU>
vmnet           175/tcp    VMNET                                
vmnet           175/udp    VMNET  
#                          Christopher Tengi <tengi&Princeton.EDU>
genrad-mux      176/tcp    GENRAD-MUX                      
genrad-mux      176/udp    GENRAD-MUX                      
#                          Ron Thornton <thornton&qm7501.genrad.com>
xdmcp           177/tcp    X Display Manager Control Protocol  
xdmcp           177/udp    X Display Manager Control Protocol  
#                          Robert W. Scheifler <RWS&XX.LCS.MIT.EDU>
nextstep        178/tcp    NextStep Window Server     
nextstep        178/udp    NextStep Window Server     
#                          Leo Hourvitz <leo&NEXT.COM>
bgp             179/tcp    Border Gateway Protocol             
bgp             179/udp    Border Gateway Protocol             
#                          Kirk Lougheed <LOUGHEED&MATHOM.CISCO.COM>
bgp             179/sctp   BGP
#                          IETF TSVWG
#                          Randall Stewart <rrs&lakerest.net>
#                          [RFC4960]
ris             180/tcp    Intergraph                         
ris             180/udp    Intergraph                         
#                          Dave Buehmann <ingr!daveb&UUNET.UU.NET>
unify           181/tcp    Unify                  
unify           181/udp    Unify                  
#                          Mark Ainsley <ianaportmaster&unify.com>
audit           182/tcp    Unisys Audit SITP                  
audit           182/udp    Unisys Audit SITP                  
#                          Gil Greenbaum <gcole&nisd.cam.unisys.com>
ocbinder        183/tcp    OCBinder                     
ocbinder        183/udp    OCBinder                     
ocserver        184/tcp    OCServer                     
ocserver        184/udp    OCServer                     
#                          Jerrilynn Okamura <--none--->
remote-kis      185/tcp    Remote-KIS                        
remote-kis      185/udp    Remote-KIS                        
kis             186/tcp    KIS Protocol                      
kis             186/udp    KIS Protocol                      
#                          Ralph Droms <rdroms&NRI.RESTON.VA.US>
aci             187/tcp    Application Communication Interface
aci             187/udp    Application Communication Interface
#                          Rick Carlos <rick.ticipa.csc.ti.com>
mumps           188/tcp    Plus Five's MUMPS            
mumps           188/udp    Plus Five's MUMPS            
#                          Hokey Stenn <hokey&PLUS5.COM>
qft             189/tcp    Queued File Transport        
qft             189/udp    Queued File Transport        
#                          Wayne Schroeder <schroeder&SDS.SDSC.EDU>
gacp            190/tcp    Gateway Access Control Protocol
gacp            190/udp    Gateway Access Control Protocol
#                          C. Philip Wood <cpw&LANL.GOV>
prospero        191/tcp    Prospero Directory Service      
prospero        191/udp    Prospero Directory Service      
#                          B. Clifford Neuman <bcn&isi.edu>
osu-nms         192/tcp    OSU Network Monitoring System       
osu-nms         192/udp    OSU Network Monitoring System       
#                          Doug Karl <KARL-D&OSU-20.IRCC.OHIO-STATE.EDU>
srmp            193/tcp    Spider Remote Monitoring Protocol 
srmp            193/udp    Spider Remote Monitoring Protocol 
#                          Ted J. Socolofsky <Teds&SPIDER.CO.UK>
irc             194/tcp    Internet Relay Chat Protocol        
irc             194/udp    Internet Relay Chat Protocol        
#                          Jarkko Oikarinen <jto&TOLSUN.OULU.FI>
dn6-nlm-aud     195/tcp    DNSIX Network Level Module Audit    
dn6-nlm-aud     195/udp    DNSIX Network Level Module Audit    
dn6-smm-red     196/tcp    DNSIX Session Mgt Module Audit Redir
dn6-smm-red     196/udp    DNSIX Session Mgt Module Audit Redir
#                          Lawrence Lebahn <DIA3&PAXRV-NES.NAVY.MIL>
dls             197/tcp    Directory Location Service        
dls             197/udp    Directory Location Service        
dls-mon         198/tcp    Directory Location Service Monitor
dls-mon         198/udp    Directory Location Service Monitor
#                          Scott Bellew <smb&cs.purdue.edu>
smux            199/tcp    SMUX
smux            199/udp    SMUX
#                          Marshall Rose <mrose&dbc.mtview.ca.us>
src             200/tcp    IBM System Resource Controller
src             200/udp    IBM System Resource Controller
#                          Gerald McBrearty <---none--->
at-rtmp         201/tcp    AppleTalk Routing Maintenance       
at-rtmp         201/udp    AppleTalk Routing Maintenance       
at-nbp          202/tcp    AppleTalk Name Binding              
at-nbp          202/udp    AppleTalk Name Binding              
at-3            203/tcp    AppleTalk Unused                    
at-3            203/udp    AppleTalk Unused                    
at-echo         204/tcp    AppleTalk Echo                      
at-echo         204/udp    AppleTalk Echo                      
at-5            205/tcp    AppleTalk Unused                    
at-5            205/udp    AppleTalk Unused                    
at-zis          206/tcp    AppleTalk Zone Information          
at-zis          206/udp    AppleTalk Zone Information          
at-7            207/tcp    AppleTalk Unused                    
at-7            207/udp    AppleTalk Unused                    
at-8            208/tcp    AppleTalk Unused                    
at-8            208/udp    AppleTalk Unused                    
#                          Rob Chandhok <chandhok&gnome.cs.cmu.edu>
qmtp            209/tcp    The Quick Mail Transfer Protocol
qmtp            209/udp    The Quick Mail Transfer Protocol
#                          Dan Bernstein <djb&silverton.berkeley.edu>
z39.50          210/tcp    ANSI Z39.50
z39.50          210/udp    ANSI Z39.50
#                          Mark H. Needleman <markn&sirsi.com> 
914c/g          211/tcp    Texas Instruments 914C/G Terminal
914c/g          211/udp    Texas Instruments 914C/G Terminal
#                          Bill Harrell <---none--->
anet            212/tcp    ATEXSSTR   
anet            212/udp    ATEXSSTR   
#                          Jim Taylor <taylor&heart.epps.kodak.com>
ipx             213/tcp    IPX         	                      
ipx             213/udp    IPX                                
#                          Don Provan <donp&xlnvax.novell.com>
vmpwscs         214/tcp    VM PWSCS                         
vmpwscs         214/udp    VM PWSCS                         
#                          Dan Shia <dset!shia&uunet.UU.NET>
softpc          215/tcp    Insignia Solutions
softpc          215/udp    Insignia Solutions
#                          Martyn Thomas <---none--->
CAIlic          216/tcp    Computer Associates Int'l License Server
CAIlic          216/udp    Computer Associates Int'l License Server
#                          Chuck Spitz <spich04&cai.com>
dbase           217/tcp    dBASE Unix
dbase           217/udp    dBASE Unix
#                          Don Gibson
#            <sequent!aero!twinsun!ashtate.A-T.COM!dong&uunet.UU.NET> 
mpp             218/tcp    Netix Message Posting Protocol
mpp             218/udp    Netix Message Posting Protocol
#                          Shannon Yeh <yeh&netix.com>
uarps           219/tcp    Unisys ARPs               
uarps           219/udp    Unisys ARPs               
#                          Ashok Marwaha <---none--->
imap3           220/tcp    Interactive Mail Access Protocol v3
imap3           220/udp    Interactive Mail Access Protocol v3
#                          James Rice <RICE&SUMEX-AIM.STANFORD.EDU>
fln-spx         221/tcp    Berkeley rlogind with SPX auth   
fln-spx         221/udp    Berkeley rlogind with SPX auth   
rsh-spx         222/tcp    Berkeley rshd with SPX auth      
rsh-spx         222/udp    Berkeley rshd with SPX auth      
cdc             223/tcp    Certificate Distribution Center  
cdc             223/udp    Certificate Distribution Center  
#               Kannan Alagappan <kannan&sejour.enet.dec.com>
########### Possible Conflict of Port 222 with "Masqdialer"##############
### Contact for Masqdialer is Charles Wright <cpwright&villagenet.com>###
masqdialer	224/tcp    masqdialer
masqdialer	224/udp    masqdialer
#			   Charles Wright <cpwright&villagenet.com>
#               225-241    Reserved
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
direct          242/tcp    Direct
direct          242/udp    Direct
#                          Herb Sutter <HerbS&cntc.com>
sur-meas        243/tcp    Survey Measurement          
sur-meas        243/udp    Survey Measurement          
#                          Dave Clark <ddc&LCS.MIT.EDU>
inbusiness      244/tcp    inbusiness
inbusiness      244/udp    inbusiness
#			   Derrick Hisatake <derrick.i.hisatake&intel.com>
link            245/tcp    LINK
link            245/udp    LINK
dsp3270         246/tcp    Display Systems Protocol        
dsp3270         246/udp    Display Systems Protocol        
#                          Weldon J. Showalter <Gamma&MINTAKA.DCA.MIL>
subntbcst_tftp  247/tcp    SUBNTBCST_TFTP
subntbcst_tftp  247/udp    SUBNTBCST_TFTP
#			   John Fake <fake&us.ibm.com>
bhfhs		248/tcp    bhfhs
bhfhs		248/udp    bhfhs
#			   John Kelly <johnk&bellhow.com>
#               249-255    Reserved
#                          Jon Postel <postel&isi.edu>
rap             256/tcp    RAP
rap             256/udp    RAP
#                          J.S. Greenfield <greeny&raleigh.ibm.com>
set             257/tcp    Secure Electronic Transaction
set             257/udp    Secure Electronic Transaction
#                          Donald Eastlake <dee3&torque.pothole.com>
#		258	   Unassigned (Removed 2006-09-13)
esro-gen        259/tcp    Efficient Short Remote Operations
esro-gen        259/udp    Efficient Short Remote Operations
#                          Mohsen Banan <mohsen&rostam.neda.com>
openport        260/tcp    Openport
openport        260/udp    Openport
#                          John Marland <jmarland&dean.openport.com>
nsiiops 	261/tcp    IIOP Name Service over TLS/SSL
nsiiops		261/udp    IIOP Name Service over TLS/SSL
#                          Jeff Stewart <jstewart&netscape.com>
arcisdms	262/tcp    Arcisdms
arcisdms	262/udp	   Arcisdms

 

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** 認識 HDR **

HDR 是 " High Dymanic Range " ,

中文叫做 " 高動態範圍 " ,

http://zh.wikipedia.org/zh-tw/%E9%AB%98%E5%8A%A8%E6%80%81%E8%8C%83%E5%9B%B4%E6%88%90%E5%83%8F

通常是用多張不同曝光照片,

透由軟體的合成,

呈顯具有亮部及暗部曝光細節皆正常清楚的影像。

有一部份的高動態範圍照片,

類似攝影師會用"黑卡"手法來減少天空曝光時間,

增加地面/海面的曝光時間,來達到類似的效果。 

http://www.photomm.org/viewtopic.php?t=6475

http://shawnnpano.blogspot.com/2007/03/hdr.html

http://www.taiwanonline.cc/phpBB/viewtopic.php?p=31264&sid=84ec1426285eff62c8ee5ea11b9e475a

http://blog.xuite.net/falconkimo/blog/13200120

http://www.openfoundry.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1746&Itemid=144

http://www.mobile01.com/topicdetail.php?f=256&t=269091

http://hiccer.pixnet.net/blog/post/21543772

http://big5.ifeng.com/gate/big5/tech.ifeng.com/digi/mobile/detail_2010_09/13/2500716_0.shtml

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震撼! 抑鬱袋鼠跳海自殺

『※自殺不能解決問題,勇敢求救並非弱者,生命一定可以找到出路。透過守門123步驟-1問2應3轉介,你我都可以成為自殺防治守門人。安心專線:0800-788-995(0800-請幫幫-救救我);張老師專線:1980;生命線協談專線:1995。』

http://www.nownews.com/2010/09/13/91-2645903.htm
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可惜,這段警語袋鼠看不懂;據《環球網》報導,事後據動物學家表示,動物有時也會患上抑鬱症,有些也會選擇自殺的方式了結此生。而抑鬱症常見的症狀包括:情緒低落、心境悲觀、愉快感喪失、自我感覺不好、對日常生活興趣缺乏、常有自我責備、自我評價降低、持續性疲乏;睡眠差、沒有食欲、記憶減退、不能集中注意力、工作、學習、渾身說不出的難受及疼痛等;對自己沒有信心、對自己所做所想的事情抱有懷疑、悲觀地想像自己的將來、有失望乃至絕望的想法。 

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影片中人物周圍的紫光該如何消除?
questionhr.jpg 

 

不介意的話,除去飽和度,再調點光,讓他更有層次感也不錯~
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《魔戒》戒靈?藏身瀑布
http://www.nownews.com/2010/09/12/91-2645729.htm

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在一道壯歡瀑布的水幕下,有個像《魔戒》系列(the Lord of the Rings)裡的「戒靈」(ringwraith或稱Nazgul)

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Google 推出 GMaps 4.5 for Android 更新,新增行人指路、強化街景

http://chinese.engadget.com/2010/09/10/google-walking-navigation-beta-and-street-view-now-available-for/

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雲端技術的應用 之 資料交換及備份

下一代的電腦科技似乎都圍繞著雲端這個話題,而最近的許多網路服務也開始朝向這個方向在發展,智慧型手機和平板電腦的普及也加速了雲端科技成形的速度,在這新一代電腦使用觀念的發展期間,資料交換就很快的成為雲端服務的第一個焦點,目前最廣為人知的雲端備份服務當屬Dropbox

 https://www.dropbox.com/

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如果你不知道甚麼是雲端也不太想花太多力氣就想知道這到底是幹嘛,Dropbox官網早就準備一個簡單明瞭你聽不懂他的英文也看得懂他在說甚麼的影片


以銀行來舉例,你可以把檔案當做你的錢,你可以把任何一個電腦/智慧型手機/筆電或平板電腦…等裝置當作銀行的分行,你可以在任何一家該銀行分行提領你的錢,而你在任何地方刷簿子或確認餘額的時候他們都是及時同步的記錄你的交易,至於分行之間怎麼交換你的交易資料你完全不需要知道…你只要安裝並設定好你的雲端服務提供者請你安裝的軟體即可

如果你愛打電動…你覺得惡靈古堡裡面的置物箱很不可思議,那這類的軟體就是在你電腦上達成這樣的功能,你可以在你的手機電腦或筆電上面都放一個置物箱,但是你不管從哪一個箱子打開存取你的裝備…他們都是連結到同一個空間,這個空間就是雲端的雲-cloud的概念,這些箱子就是你的端client,從此你可以不必仰賴著隨身碟…記憶卡…你只需要連上網路,that’s all

雖然事情就是這麼簡單,但是Dropbox目前沒有中文版,相信這可以讓百分之八十以上的朋友們卻步然後直接關掉網頁,如果是這樣~下面還有另外一套一樣服務的提供者叫SugarSync

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他一樣也做了簡單明瞭的影片給各位看官過目

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財政部臺北市國稅局辦理「非稅不可,百萬Fun Song召集令」活動,已於99年7月20日開始,活動對象為全國大專校院在校學生(含碩、博士班),活動項目包含租稅益智挑戰賽等多項比賽及網路遊戲、票選活動等,詳情請見活動官網
http://www.taxfunsong99.com.tw/event_quiz.htm


http://www.taxfunsong99.com.tw/

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Edius 6 support 2K, 4K and 10 bit color


0:02 Mutil-format
0:06 Mutil-system
0:08 Mutil resolution
0:13 Real-time editing
0:35 HD, Internet, Mobile, 2K, 4K movie
0:52 Realtime color correction
1:03 Mutil layer for AVCHD
1:09 YUV color space, realtime GPU 3D effect
1:18 New Canopus HQX codec, support 10 bit color depth
1:23 realtime fliters, keyers, transitions and bland
1:37 New Bezier masking function
1:43 Large range of format support
1:53 Mutilcam function support up to 16 cams..............(Worldcup? Concert? 16 cams)
2:00 5 types of edit mode
2:06 New proxy edit mode
2:12 Full screen preview, perfect tapeless editing perform
2:14 New flowchart, New track(maybe Tracking) mask, AE plugin bridge, Audio shift, improve interface, free plugins

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[轉載][技術] 如何幫自己的網站/部落格設立Facebook粉絲專頁、個人化網址


http://dreamyeh.pixnet.net/blog/post/25664306

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1976-2006電影穩定架影片拍攝內容發展史
**FIRST OFF I DISCLAIM ALL COPYRIGHT FROM MUSIC!! I do not own any of the song used in the performance, nor did i write any of it, nor do I make a penny from this video. This is only used to share an event where said music just happened to inspire art and nothing more.**

This video was originally edited for the Society of Camera Operators Steadicam Forum on October 8, 2006 - Woodland Hills, CA and more recently on Steadishots.org

I'm a "back to basics" kind of guy, and as a film producer, writer, director, editor, effects compositor, actor, and new Stedicam Operator myself, I felt this video needs to be seen by all real appreciators of film making the way it should be.

The new trend of handheld shots mixed with headache induced cross processed looks is okay when used sparingly, but these days is overkilled, to the point where all we see now are 2 hour soft drink commercials.

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Intel展示50Gbs頻寬的矽光子技術
silicon-light-50gbps-rm-eng.jpg 


Intel經過多年的研究結果,矽光子傳輸技術終於做挑戰電腦內部數據傳輸的極限。目前的電傳輸面臨幾個問題,首先是電路之間傳輸造成的電磁干擾,尤其在製成不斷精進,線路越來越近,干擾的狀況也更為嚴重,小則影響傳輸品質,大則甚至導致系統停擺;再者會遇到電傳輸速度的極限問題,畢竟電的傳輸速度仍較光為慢。從過去以來,科學家就不斷思考如何使用光取帶電作為傳輸的方式;過去光傳輸最麻煩的問題就是需要在收發兩端配備光電轉換的架構,使光轉換成可識別的信號。Intel這次展示的就是一套效率極高的光電轉換架構,相較2007年的40Gbs,時過三年到達50Gbs的超高速。

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校園料理達人
http://140.122.72.62/Stream/viewStream?id=350f68c9d5214f8dc2db6dbc63b270de4bf61af3c1544&p=0

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