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  • Server: May I help you, sir?

    服務生:先生,有什麼可以幫忙嗎?

  • Customer: Uh, let's see.

    顧客:嗯,我們來看一下。

  • Server: We have pan seared registry error

    服務生:我們有香煎登錄檔錯誤

  • sprinkled with the finest corrupted data,

    撒上最幼細的損壞數據、

  • binary brioche, RAM sandwiches,

    二元布里歐修麵包、記憶體三明治、

  • Conficker fitters,

    刻毒蟲配置、 (註:一種針對 視窗作業系統的計算機蠕蟲病毒)

  • and a scripting salad with or without polymorphic dressing,

    字體沙拉和多形的沙拉醬 (拌上或不拌沙拉醬均可)

  • and a grilled coding kabob.

    和烤編碼串燒。

  • Customer: I'd like a RAM sandwich

    顧客:我要一份記憶體三明治、

  • and a glass of your finest Code 39.

    一杯你的最好編碼 39。

  • Server: Would you like any desserts, sir?

    服務生:先生,請問要什麼甜點?

  • Our special is tracking cookie.

    特色甜點是追蹤小型文字檔。

  • Customer: I'd like a batch of some zombie tracking cookies, thank you.

    顧客:我要一批殭屍追蹤小型文字檔。 註:殭屍 (zombie) 為一常見雞尾酒

  • Server: Coming right up, sir.

    服務生:先生,馬上來,

  • Your food will be served shortly.

    食物馬上就送過來。

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

  • Maya Penn: I've been drawing ever since I could hold a crayon,

    潘瑪雅:我能握住蠟筆後就開始繪畫。

  • and I've been making animated flip books

    自從三歲後,

  • since I was three years old.

    我已經一直製作動畫書,

  • At that age, I also learned about what an animator was.

    那時候,我也已經知道 動畫製作師是什麼的工作了。

  • There was a program on TV about jobs

    電視上有個節目是關於

  • most kids don't know about.

    大部分小孩子不知道的工作。

  • When I understood that an animator

    當我知道電視上播的卡通片

  • makes the cartoons I saw on TV,

    是由動畫製作師所畫時,

  • I immediately said, "That's what I want to be."

    就立即說:「這是我要做的工作。」

  • I don't know if I said it mentally or out loud,

    我忘掉了這個說法是存在 內心深處或大聲地說出來,

  • but that was a greatly defining moment in my life.

    但那是我生命中一個決定性的時刻。

  • Animation and art has always been my first love.

    動畫和美術從來都是我的初戀對象,

  • It was my love for technology that sparked the idea

    我對科技的喜愛激發起

  • for "Malicious Dishes."

    「惡意菜」的想法。

  • There was a virus on my computer,

    我的電腦上有病毒,

  • and I was trying to get rid of it,

    我嘗試清除它,

  • and all of a sudden, I just thought,

    突然間我想到,

  • what if viruses have their own little world inside the computer?

    要是病毒在電腦裡也擁有 它們的小小世界可怎麼樣?

  • Maybe a restaurant where they meet up

    或者它們在餐廳相聚一起,

  • and do virusy things?

    幹些與病毒有關的事,又怎麼樣?

  • And thus, "Malicious Dishes" was born.

    於是「惡意菜」誕生了。

  • At four years old, my dad showed me

    四歲時,老爸向我展示了

  • how to take apart a computer and put it back together again.

    如何拆開一部電腦, 然後再次組合一起,

  • That started my love for technology.

    這樣便開啟了我對科技的熱愛,

  • I built my first website myself in HTML,

    我用 HTML 自行建立起第一個網站,

  • and I'm learning JavaScript and Python.

    並學習 JavaScript 和 Python 程式語言,

  • I'm also working on an animated series

    也開始做一個動畫系列

  • called "The Pollinators."

    名叫「授粉昆蟲」。

  • It's about bees and other pollinators in our environment

    那是關於蜜蜂和自然環境中 其他授粉昆蟲,

  • and why they're so important.

    關於為何牠們是那麼重要。

  • If plants aren't pollinated by the pollinators,

    如果各樣植物不經由昆蟲授粉,

  • then all creatures, including ourselves,

    那麼所有生物包括

  • that depend on these plants, would starve.

    依賴那些植物的人類就餓壞了,

  • So I decided to take these cool creatures

    所以我決定用這些很棒的角色

  • and make a superhero team.

    組成一隊超級英雄團隊。

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

  • (Foot stomp)

    (跺腳聲)

  • (Music)

    (音樂)

  • (Roar)

    (大吼)

  • Pollinator: Deforestsaurus! I should have known!

    授粉昆蟲:採伐森林寶貝! 我該早知道!

  • I need to call on the rest of the Pollinators!

    我要號召餘下的授粉昆蟲!

  • (Music)

    (音樂)

  • Thank you. (Applause)

    謝謝 (掌聲)

  • All of my animations start with ideas,

    所有動畫都是從一些想法開始。

  • but what are ideas?

    但是什麼是想法呢?

  • Ideas can spark a movement.

    想法能激發起動力。

  • Ideas are opportunities and innovation.

    不同的想法就是 各式各樣的機會和創新,

  • Ideas truly are what make the world go round.

    想法的確讓地球繼續轉,

  • If it wasn't for ideas, we wouldn't be

    如果沒有各式各樣的想法,

  • where we are now with technology, medicine,

    我們就沒有現在的科技、醫學、

  • art, culture, and how we even live our lives.

    藝術、文化,甚至生活方式。

  • At eight years old, I took my ideas

    八歲時,我落實各樣的想法,

  • and started my own business called Maya's Ideas,

    開始了自己的一盤生意, 名為瑪雅創意,

  • and my nonprofit, Maya's Ideas for the Planet.

    以及一個非營利組織, 名為瑪雅創意星球。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • And I make eco-friendly clothing and accessories.

    我製造衣服和飾物, 它們不會損害環境的。

  • I'm 13 now, and although I started my business

    現在我 13 歲了,雖然我在 2008 年

  • in 2008,

    開始做生意,

  • my artistic journey started way before then.

    藝術旅程卻遠早於那時就開始。

  • I was greatly influenced by art, and I wanted to

    我深受藝術影響,我想

  • incorporate it in everything I did, even my business.

    把藝術融入所做的每一件事甚至生意。

  • I would find different fabrics around the house,

    我在屋裡找到不同種類的纖維,

  • and say, "This could be a scarf or a hat,"

    並說:「這個可做成披巾或帽子。」

  • and I had all these ideas for designs.

    我有設計上全部的想法,

  • I noticed when I wore my creations,

    我注意到當我穿上自家創作品時,

  • people would stop me and say,

    其他人會停下來對我說:

  • "Wow, that's really cute. Where can I get one?"

    「哇,真的很可愛喔, 在哪裡可以找到?」

  • And I thought, I can start my own business.

    然後我就想到可以開公司了。

  • Now I didn't have any business plans

    我沒有任何商業計劃書,

  • at only eight years old.

    我只有八歲,

  • I only knew I wanted to make pretty creations

    只知道我想做一些漂亮的、

  • that were safe for the environment

    對環境無害的創作,

  • and I wanted to give back.

    我要回饋。

  • My mom taught me how to sew,

    母親教我縫紉,

  • and on my back porch, I would sit and make

    在我家後院,我會坐下

  • little headbands out of ribbon,

    用緞帶做些小頭飾,

  • and I would write down the names and the price of each item.

    寫下每一件貨物的名字和價格。

  • I started making more items like hats,

    然後我開始製作更多產品, 例如各式各樣的帽子、

  • scarves and bags.

    圍巾和手袋,

  • Soon, my items began selling all over the world,

    產品很快在全球銷售,

  • and I had customers in Denmark, Italy, Australia,

    顧客來自丹麥、義大利、澳洲、

  • Canada and more.

    加拿大和其它地方,

  • Now, I had a lot to learn about my business,

    現在我需要學習很多 有關開店做生意的事情,

  • like branding and marketing,

    例如品牌和行銷學、

  • staying engaged with my customers,

    與不同顧客洽談、

  • and seeing what sold the most and the least.

    理解哪樣貨品銷路最好和最不好賣,

  • Soon, my business really started to take off.

    很快我的生意真的要起飛了。

  • Then one day, Forbes magazine contacted me when I was 10 years old.

    然後有一天,當時我十歲, 富比士雜誌和我聯絡,

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • They wanted to feature me and my company

    他們要在文章中介紹

  • in their article.

    我和我的公司。

  • Now a lot of people ask me,

    很多人問我,

  • why is your business eco-friendly?

    為什麼我的生意不會損害環境的?

  • I've had a passion for protecting the environment

    我從小對保護環境

  • and its creatures since I was little.

    和保護各樣的生物充滿熱情,

  • My parents taught me at an early age

    父母在我的幼年教我

  • about giving back and being a good steward to the environment.

    回饋和做一個好心的環境看守員。

  • I heard about how the dyes in some clothing

    我聽說過一些衣物的染料

  • or the process of even making the items

    或在成衣製造流程中,

  • was harmful to the people and the planet,

    對人類和地球造成損壞,

  • so I started doing my own research,

    因此我開始進行研究,並發現

  • and I discovered that even after dyeing has being completed,

    即使染色完成後,

  • there is a waste issue that gives a negative impact

    廢料還對環境產生

  • on the environment.

    負面的影響,

  • For example, the grinding of materials,

    例如,材料的磨碾

  • or the dumping of dried powder materials.

    或傾倒乾粉物料,

  • These actions can pollute the air,

    這些行動可對空氣造成污染,

  • making it toxic to anyone or anything that inhales it.

    使任何人吸入有毒物質。

  • So when I started my business,

    所以當我開始做生意時,

  • I knew two things:

    我注意到兩件事,

  • All of my items had to be eco-friendly,

    我所有的產品必定不會損害環境的,

  • and 10 to 20 percent of the profits I made

    而 10% 至20% 的盈餘

  • went to local and global charities

    也會捐贈到本地和全球的慈善機構

  • and environmental organizations.

    和環境組織。

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

  • I feel I'm part of the new wave of entrepreneurs

    我感到我也是新浪潮企業家的一分子,

  • that not only seeks to have a successful business,

    不止謀求擁有一家成功的企業,

  • but also a sustainable future.

    也為了一個可持續發展的未來。

  • I feel that I can meet the needs of my customers

    我想我能滿足顧客的需要之餘,

  • without compromising the ability of future generations

    同時讓下一代

  • to live in a greener tomorrow.

    生活在更綠化的明天,

  • We live in a big, diverse and beautiful world,

    我們生活在一個廣大的、 多元的、美麗的世界,

  • and that makes me even more passionate to save it.

    使我更熱情地投入保存它,

  • But it's never enough to just to get it through your heads

    但是透過你的頭腦去理解

  • about the things that are happening in our world.

    世界裡發生的事永不足夠,

  • It takes to get it through your hearts,

    必須透過你的心以達到目的,

  • because when you get it through your heart,

    因為透過你的心

  • that is when movements are sparked.

    參與行動,動力才會被激發出來,

  • That is when opportunities

    那時候

  • and innovation are created,

    機會和新發明給創造出來,

  • and that is why ideas come to life.

    就是為什麼這些想法得以實現的理由。

  • Thank you, and peace and blessings.

    謝謝,願你們平安!祝福你們!

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

  • Thank you. (Applause)

    謝謝 (掌聲)

  • Pat Mitchell: So, you heard Maya talk about

    帕特.米切爾:你們已聽過瑪雅談及

  • the amazing parents who are behind

    這個漂亮女子背後了不起的父母,

  • this incredible woman. Where are they?

    他們在哪裡?

  • Please, Mr. and Mrs. Penn. Would you just -- Ah!

    請,潘先生潘太 ─ 呀!

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

Server: May I help you, sir?

服務生:先生,有什麼可以幫忙嗎?

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