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  • Fridays are awesome.

    星期五超讚的

  • And 10 minutes of commercial-free current events

    現在將開始播報連續十分鐘

  • are headed your way right now, starting with news from Central America.

    無廣告的時事動態,從來自中美洲的消息開始

  • Panama is the site of The Summit of the Americas.

    巴拿馬是美洲國家高峰會的舉辦地點

  • It‘s an international meeting being held today

    這是今明兩天在巴拿馬的首都

  • and tomorrow in Panama City, the capital.

    展開的國際會議

  • The summit includes dozens of leaders

    本次高峰會包括數十名

  • from throughout the Western Hemisphere

    從整個西半球來的領導人

  • and it focuses on cooperation between countries

    著重於與國家之間的合作

  • and addressing the challenges facing the people of the Americas.

    以解決全美洲面臨的挑戰

  • This is the seventh summit since 1994.

    這是自1994年以來第七次高峰會

  • It`s the first one that Cuba will attend.

    也是古巴首次出席的一次

  • President Obama has moved toward normalizing U.S. relations

    奧巴馬總統已經走向

  • with the communist country.

    與共產主義國家關係正常化的中美關係

  • He doesn't have a formal meeting scheduled

    他沒有計劃與古巴總統勞爾·卡斯特羅

  • with Cuban President Raul Castro.

    舉行正式會議

  • But the two leaders are expected to interact

    不過,這兩位領導人預計

  • on the sidelines of the summit.

    將在高峰會期間進行互動

  • That`s one thing that Western leaders will be keeping their eyes on.

    西方國家領導人將會非常關注這件事

  • Weve talked a lot about how the leading

    我們已經談論過造成

  • cause of death for American teenagers are car crashes.

    美國青少年的主要死因(車禍)的原因

  • But today‘s Second Story isn't about the distractions

    但今天的第二個故事並不是關於分心所造成的意外

  • that can lead to them, it's about new software popping up

    是在說一個新發明的車內軟體

  • in cars that's intended to keep young drivers safer on the road.

    如何讓年輕的駕駛員能夠更安全的駕駛

  • One of these programs allows parents to limit the speed of the car.

    其中一個軟體能讓父母親限制車子的速度

  • Others can send them text messages

    或者在當你開出固定的範圍時

  • if you drive outside an area they've decided on or notify parents

    傳簡訊給你

  • if you're racing people, slamming on your brakes

    或當你在和別人賽車,猛按剎車

  • or just when you get to school.

    或者是到學校時,通知你的父母

  • General Motors just unveiled teen driver tracking in its new Chevy Malibu.

    通用汽車公司最近在它新發表雪佛蘭馬里布上推出所謂的青少年司機監測

  • Personally, I'm a crusader for convenience,

    就我來說,雖然便利性對我來說非常重要

  • but this stuff is bordering on spy tech.

    但這東西幾乎可以說是間諜技術

  • If you've ever used the Internet,

    如果你曾用過網路

  • you know how tempting it is to trade your privacy for convenience.

    你就知道要犧牲個人隱私換取方便是多誘人的事情

  • You might not even know that most cars on the road today

    你可能不知道現在大多數的車

  • have black boxes that, in the event of a crash,

    都有架設黑盒子,在發生車禍時

  • can tell investigators how you were driving.

    可以告訴調查人員,你當時怎麼開車的

  • Then again, what if teen driver monitoring were used to track a non-teen?

    話又說回來,如果所謂的青少年司機監測被用來追蹤一個成年人呢?

  • We don't think that the privacy situation is

    我們不覺得這個隱私狀況

  • -- is something that will have to be concerned about.

    是我們該去關心的

  • What we believe we have to do is we have to

    我們相信我們要做的是

  • get the consent of the owner up front.

    在這之前先得到主人的同意

  • We have to explain the features, what we're doing.

    我們必須講解我們的特點,我們在做甚麼

  • We have to get their consent and we do.

    我們必須去得到他們的許可之後,才可以做這些服務

  • And if the customer doesn't want it, then we don't go forward.

    如果客戶不想要的話,那麼我們就不會去進行

  • It's as simple as that.

    就這麼簡單

  • That means you need to be paying attention.

    這意味著你需要注意

  • You should actually read that long annoying user agreement

    你應該仔細去閱讀那些超長又煩人的用戶協議

  • and understand what you're sharing with

    並了解你分享給那些大汽車公司的電腦

  • some big car company computer out there, because soon,

    甚麼資訊,因為很快的

  • you won't be able to find a car without this kind of technology.

    你會發現所有的車都有這種科技

  • I knew we‘d get back to Oklahoma sooner or later.

    我知道輪到俄克拉荷馬是遲早的事

  • It's first up on today's Roll Call.

    這是今天的第一次點名

  • Stillwater High School is in the city of Stillwater.

    有來自 Stillwater 的 Stillwater 高中

  • The Pioneers are watching from The Sooner State.

    來自 The Sooner State 的 The Pioneers

  • Kalispell is a city in the Northwest Montana.

    Kalispell 是 Northwest Montana的一個城市

  • From Big Sky country,

    從蒙大納州

  • please welcome The Wolverines of Smith Valley School.

    請歡迎 Smith Valley School 的The Wolverines

  • And staying out West,

    繼續在西部

  • weve got The Rangers on patrol in The Cowboy State

    我們有來自牛仔之州的 The Rangers

  • Kemmerer Jr..-Sr. High School is in Kemmerer, Wyoming.

    來自 Kemmerer, Wyoming 的 Kemmerer Jr..-Sr 高中

  • Multi-tasking -- it's pretty self-explanatory.

    多工作業,就如同字面上

  • It's doing two or more things at the same time.

    是同時做兩個或更多的事情

  • More complicated tasks than like walking and talking.

    不是像走路和說話,是更複雜的事

  • Computers are good at multi-tasking.

    電腦就非常擅長多工作業

  • It’s one of the things they're supposed to do.

    這是其中一個它們應該就要會的東西

  • But do you think you are?

    但你覺得你很擅長嗎?

  • Before you answer that,

    在你回答之前

  • you should probably hear about some new research into multi-tasking.

    你應該要先知道一些關於多工處理的研究

  • The doctor is in.

    有請博士

  • A lot of people think they are good at multi-tasking.

    很多人認為他們擅長多工處理

  • But the sad truth is they are probably not.

    但遺憾的是,他們大部分都是錯的

  • Our brains on multitasking aren't nearly as good as we think they are.

    我們的大腦對於多工處理並沒有我們想像中的厲害

  • What happens is let's say you're working on an activity over here

    就說你如果在這裡從事一項活動

  • and suddenly now you're trying to multitask in another activity.

    突然間你試著去同時去做其他的活動

  • You're not actually doing both activities at the same time,

    你其實並不是真的同時在做這兩件事情

  • but, in fact, you're now diverting your attention

    事實上你是從一部分的大腦

  • from one part of your brain to another part of your brain.

    分心到另外一部份的大腦

  • That takes time. That takes resources.

    這會花費時間,也花費資源

  • That takes brain cells.

    也花費大腦細胞

  • And what happens over here now is that

    而這裡發生甚麼事呢

  • youre starting a brand new activity.

    是你從頭開始一項新的活動

  • So, in fact, you're probably slower

    所以事實上你應該會更緩慢

  • and not nearly as good at doing both activities at the same time.

    且在同時做兩件事時,表現可能遠不及好

  • We can shift our focus really fast.

    我們可以很快的轉移我們的焦點

  • Sometimes it takes just a tenth of a second.

    有時只要花 0.1 秒

  • But the time doesn’t matter as much as the bandwidth

    但這並不代表我們的大腦就有很好的頻寬

  • that the brain requires to move back and forth.

    能讓我們把腦中的資料任意移動

  • And that might affect your performance

    且這可能影響你的表現

  • and might also affect the quality of the work that you finally produce.

    也有可能影響工作最後的質量

  • Take an everyday activity like driving.

    就舉日常生活中常見的開車

  • When you look at the MRI of someone who's in driving mode,

    如果你看一個正在開車的人的磁振造影

  • so how much of their brain is activating there?

    你知道他們使用多少的腦力去做這個活動嗎?

  • Now, if you just layer in one more thing, and that’s the

    好,現在只要讓他再多做一件事,比如

  • -- that is the person is listening while they are driving

    比如在他們開車時注意聽別的東西

  • and all of a sudden the amount of attention,

    而在這個瞬間他的注意力

  • the amount of brain bandwidth going toward driving

    他用在開車的腦袋頻寬

  • decreases by about 37 percent.

    就足足少了百分之三十七

  • So you're not multitasking, you've, in fact,

    所以這根本說不上多工處理,事實上

  • reduced the amount of attention youre now paying to your driving.

    你只是在犧牲你開車時的注意力而已

  • There's about 2 percent of the population

    只有百分之二的人

  • that are super multitaskers. It's sort of a genetic gift.

    他們可以說是擅長做這種事,這算是一種天賦

  • Most of us don't have this gift.

    大多數人並沒有這種天賦

  • But these are people who are truly able to do several different activities

    但這些人真的可以在不減少效率

  • at the same time without losing efficiency or losing quality

    以及不損失質量的前提下

  • as they do all that work.

    同時做所有工作

  • This may or may not surprise you, depending on your perspective,

    這可能會或可能不會令你感到驚訝,取決與你的觀點

  • but there have been studies that has shown

    但最近有一份研究指出

  • that women are generally better at multitasking than men,

    女人在多工處理上比男人還要來的強

  • but also, people who -- who thought they were best at multi-tasking

    但是呢,那些自以為自己超會多工處理的人

  • were almost always, in fact, the worst.

    在研究中往往是最爛的

  • Perhaps they were multi-tasking too much

    也許他們在「覺得他們超會多工處理」這件事上

  • when they thought they were good at multi-tasking.

    多工過度了

  • See if you can ID me.

    看你能不能猜出我是甚麼?

  • Alexander Joy Cartwright helped develop my rules in the 1800s.

    亞歷山大·卡特來特在1800年代制定我的規則

  • One of my first organized teams was the New York Knickerbockers.

    關於我的第一支隊伍的是紐約 Knickerbockers 隊

  • I`m a sport that's thought to have been influenced

    我是一個被認為從板球與繞圈球

  • by rounders and cricket.

    衍生出的一種運動

  • I’m baseball, nicknamed America’s national pastime.

    我就是棒球,別名是美國的全民娛樂

  • Before Mr. Cartwright came along,

    在卡特萊爾先生來之前

  • players were able to tag out a runner by hitting him with the ball.

    選手可以藉由把球砸在跑者身上讓他被觸殺出局

  • There was no such thing as foul territory.

    也沒有界外球這種東西

  • Every hit was fair. Many would agree

    只要落地都是安打,很多人認為

  • the changes in 1845 were good ones.

    1845 年的改革很成功

  • The game has had its ups and downs since then,

    從那開始有它的起伏與波折

  • going through cycles and changes like batting orders and pitchers.

    的上下循環,就如同棒次更迭與投手上下一樣

  • The 2015 season opened this week.

    2015 賽季在這周開始了

  • Hello, I`m Richard Roth for CNN.

    大家好,我是 CNN 的 Richard Roth

  • Baseball is in full swing.

    棒球如火如荼地開打了

  • The crack of the bat, the boys of summer, America's pastime.

    清脆的擊球聲,夏天的熱血男兒,美國的全民娛樂

  • But what is the state of baseball in 2015?

    但是2015年的棒球是甚麼處境呢?

  • I think the game of baseball is really healthy.

    我認為現在的棒球非常健全

  • I think it's waning. I think it's waning a lot.

    我認為它正在衰退,衰退很多

  • You can call baseball the national pastime,

    你可以把棒球稱為全民娛樂

  • but it’s clearly that football is number one.

    但很明顯的美式足球才是第一

  • The NFL dominates fan interest.

    NFL 主宰著粉絲市場

  • Game one of last year's World Series

    去年大聯盟世界大賽的第一戰

  • the lowest rated ever for a World Series game.

    是開播後由史以來的最差收視率

  • Over 50 percent of baseball fans watching TV are over the age of 55,

    超過百分之五十看電視的球迷都55歲以上了

  • not good for TV advertisers, or, perhaps, the future of the game.

    對電視廣告商,或對棒球的未來來說都不是好現象

  • What is to blame?

    該怪誰呢?

  • Is the game too slow?

    是不是比賽的速度太慢了呢?

  • We`re trying to, you know, improve the pace of the game.

    我們正試著去加快比賽的節奏

  • I know that a lot of fans have complained about that.

    我知道有很多的觀眾都抱怨過此事

  • A new clock is counting down between innings.

    在局數之間將會有新的秒數

  • From the time of the third out to the first pitch of the next inning

    未來攻守交換的時間

  • must be two minutes, 25 seconds max.

    將會限制在兩分二十五秒以內

  • For batters, no more lingering around the plate between pitches.

    對打者而言,不能再在投手投球之間在打擊區外摸東摸西

  • A batter must keep at least one foot in the battersbox.

    打者打擊時,必須至少把一隻腳踩在打擊區內

  • What does A-Rod mean to you now?

    A-Rod 現在對你來說是甚麼?

  • Garbage.

    垃圾人物

  • Hey, listen, everybody makes mistakes.

    欸聽著,每個人都會犯錯

  • It is what it is. Now play baseball.

    就是這樣,打球而已

  • Alex Rodriguez is back on the field.

    Alex Rodriguez 又重回球場

  • He remains the elephant in the stadium.

    他仍是場上的人人皆知卻又不敢談論的禁忌話題

  • He did serve his time away from the game,

    他在球場上被禁賽了

  • the longest suspension ever for a drug violation.

    因為濫用藥物被停賽最久的一次

  • However, the specter of PEDs or performance enhancing drugs,

    然而表現增強藥物

  • hangs over the sport.

    卻是對這運動揮之不去的陰霾

  • On the eve of the season,

    在這賽季前夕

  • a top pitcher from Minnesota was suspended.

    來自 Minnesota 的王牌投手被停賽了

  • Among the turmoil, baseball is making money -- a lot of it,

    在這風暴之中,棒球是賺錢的

  • $9 billion last year.

    去年就賺了 90 億

  • Will the changes in 2015 mean a home run

    2015 的改變對大聯盟來說

  • for Major League baseball

    究竟是一發全壘打

  • or will all the rule changes just mean a big strikeout?

    或者只是一個三振出局,讓我們繼續看下去

  • This is Richard Roth at Yankee Stadium.

    這是 Richard Roth 在洋基球場的報導

  • If boxing and MMA are a little too high impact for you,

    拳擊跟綜合格鬥對你來講太刺激了嗎?

  • but you're still looking for the perfect combo of

    但你如果還在尋找侵略性攻擊

  • taking out some aggression and taking a nap, here you go.

    與睡午覺的完美組合,這就是你要的

  • International Pillow Fight Day.

    國際枕頭大戰日

  • These photo-ops were from an event in Berlin, Germany,

    這些宣傳照是來自德國柏林的活動

  • where participants didn't grab hold of any old synthetic stuffed pillows.

    參與者並沒有用任何人造填充枕頭

  • No, sir. They were using the real feathery kind,

    沒有,他們用的是真正的羽毛填充

  • which made a huge, soft mess.

    雖然激烈又亂七八糟,卻柔軟無比

  • Volunteers took the time to clean it all up afterward,

    志願者花時間在激戰後清理場地

  • so it didn't look like the world's most violent birdbath

    所以它看起來並不像世界上最暴力的鳥盆

  • That would have been pretty flightning,

    這將會超級「飛機」

  • even if it set Twitter atwitter with Twitter-painted Tweeters

    儘管它在推特上推特與推特彩繪的推特

  • trying to Tweet the Tweetest picture altogether unfeathered

    試著去推特所有最推特的無羽毛圖片

  • by all the feathers. I'm Carl Azuz.

    用所有的羽毛,我是 Carl Azuz

  • We're back Monday.

    我們周一見

Fridays are awesome.

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