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  • I could do this all day. Like, give me a Sharpie.

    給我一支簽字筆,我可以簽一整天。

  • And, like, it's on. Oh, nice.

    這感覺非常好。

  • I like signing my name.

    我很喜歡簽我的名字。

  • I don't know, I feel like the J is sexy.

    我也不知道為什麼,但我覺得 J 很性感。

  • Because you could do so many things with it.

    它可以有很多變化。

  • And so many curves to it, which I think fits me.

    也能刻畫出很多不同的線條,而我可以從中挑選適合我的。

  • It's funny because I feel like we don't sign at all anymore.

    有個很有趣的現象是我覺得我們現在很少在簽名了。

  • Signatures may soon disappear from people's daily lives.

    簽名可能會很快的消失在人們的日常生活中。

  • Major credit card companies will no longer require signatures for any purchases.

    大型的信用卡公司將不再需要用簽名來確認交易。

  • I used to love to sign my name.

    我以前很喜歡簽我的名字。

  • Be all over a notebook at the end of like a school year.

    我會在畢業那年簽滿我整本筆記本。

  • That was in middle school, when I was very excited about trying to figure out how to do a signature.

    我記得我國中時,我很興奮要開始練習我的簽名。

  • Then in high school.

    然後高中時。

  • I created another signature.

    我發明了另一種簽法。

  • You know, 16 years old, got my driver's license.

    就為了在我 16 歲,拿到汽車駕照時可以派上用場。

  • So when I was, I guess in grade school.

    當我在唸小學時。

  • I remember trying to make a signature that I thought looked kind of like graffiti or a tag.

    我記得我試著要簽出一個我覺得很像塗鴉的簽名。

  • Even though I had never, you know, spray-painted.

    即使我從未做過像是噴過漆。

  • Or done anything like that.

    或是塗鴉之類的事。

  • I write my S's backwards.

    我把我名字中的 S 倒過來寫。

  • I've made like an @ sign, which is like a D and an A.

    我也寫一個@的圖案,代表著 D 和 A。

  • And I make an M.

    接著我會寫個 M。

  • And then I've got an arrow at the end that just kind of symbolizes that my life is on the upwards.

    然後用一個箭頭做結尾,箭頭也有點象徵了我目前的狀況是正在成長的。

  • And when I started actually signing like it was really me mimicking my mom's signature.

    在我剛開始簽名的時候,我其實是在模仿我媽的簽名。

  • And I still kind of kept this little curve in the signaturethat's definitely from my mother.

    我現在也還保有這曲線,這個簽名裡有很多元素是來自我母親。

  • In Russian it's called 'roscherk', which is like kind of ending the signature with some sort of, like, ornament.

    在俄文我們稱為 roscherk,意思是在簽名的結尾處加上一些裝飾。

  • Or maybe it's just a character of me taking a little more space than I require, I don't know.

    或是像我的簽名就跟我的個性一樣,會佔據比我所需還多的空間。

  • But my wife always rolls her eyes.

    但當我這麼做時,我老婆就會對我翻白眼。

  • I was always told that it was too involved.

    我常常被說我太投入簽名這件事了。

  • But I maintain that it's a necessary part of my style.

    但我覺得這是保有我個性的必要元素。

  • So this one is called

    這個簽名代表著。

  • 'I'm in a rush to get out of this restaurant.'

    「我趕著要從這間餐廳離開」。

  • The few times a year that I'm actually writing checks.

    有幾年的時間我有在寫支票。

  • Then I actually do a connected signature.

    我會簽一個連在一起的簽名。

  • You know really you only need to have a signature for legally binding contracts at this point.

    現在,你會用到簽名的時候,只有在簽跟法律相關的文件。

  • And then I'm sure at one point that won't even be it.

    而我很確定,有一天我們也不用親筆簽那些文件了。

  • Because you know we can sign things electronically now.

    因為現在都已經 E 化了。

  • I would miss it.

    我會很想念親筆簽名的。

  • There's nothing more fabulous than having a conversation: 'Oh, yes, thank you.'

    不會有比跟服務人員說:「嗯,是的,謝謝你。」更棒的事了。

  • That is just so fun.

    這樣一點都不好玩。

  • Like who doesn't —Who doesn't like it? Especially if it's a really good place.

    誰不喜歡—誰不喜歡這樣呢?尤其在一個高級的地方。

I could do this all day. Like, give me a Sharpie.

給我一支簽字筆,我可以簽一整天。

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親筆簽名的時代要結束了嗎? (Is This the End of the Signature? | NYT)

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