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(對於雙面騎士還不了解的朋友可以參考這篇唷!)


吼吼吼~今天真是興奮的一天呢!因為住宿都沒辦法聽到之前好評不斷的ANIMAX的雙面騎士中配,週末回家ANIMAX又不播,還好今天留在家裡沒回學校,靠著在中配推廣論壇查到的資訊才終於聽到了!超經典的雙面騎士中配!

(其實我覺得經典的中配還有很多,但剛好最近有打網誌才能和大家分享~如果要和我討論其他中配當然也OK唷!)

雙面騎士老實講,我面對日配的時候是有點食不下嚥啊,就好像被好吃的東西哽住,劇情常常是有看沒懂,再加上當初看的時候必須透過網路,有一集沒一集的,後來也沒心力追完了。但對劇情架構和人物種種細節應該是有基本了解的,也算是喜歡這部畫風成熟華麗、但劇情有點晦澀難懂、人物角色大陣容的動畫。

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然後就是敗部第一場啦,豆豆龍排第一棒結果,竟然對方第一棒沒派人出來啊!他超扼腕說早知道讓給我去排第一棒就好哩。(嗯學弟對不起還讓你替我擔心了)
不過這次對手比前三個好太多了,整個是人很好啊,只要你願意敬禮的時候看著我的眼睛,我就很感動啦!有禮貌才是好比賽的開始啊!哈他有對我笑,實際上打的時候,
也是感覺讓我很多,沒推也沒撞,超君子的跟前面那有點偽善的兩人不同,最後他以斜側面的面部贏我了。(所以說後來我有進步耶,還要對方打斜側面才得分)

(這個仁兄後來在延長賽打贏哲瑋,對不起啦哲瑋,如果我拖掉他一點體力對你就更有利了>口<~)
然後,老師又是很激動地在我打完的時候,衝過來拍我肩膀。"妳最棒!"
老師你說什麼啦,我是真的這麼厲害嗎?我都要在體育場中央挖個地洞了。
但是灝儒學弟和老妹這時候也補進來說:"妳能挨他兩下衝撞就很了不起了!"真......真的嗎?是因為我是瘦小的女生,所以才可以得到這樣的安慰嗎?真的非常感動,就算輸得慘,卻仍得到大家的支持,

不過,劍道場上,超強的瘦小型女生也很多啊,跟她們打的話我也是一樣被秒殺吧。(突然想到我大一青年盃陪我練的不知名溫柔姐姐,她也是這樣一刀一刀地打,但卻快狠穩)

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我記得我洋洋灑灑打了一堆怎麼不見了。關於思緒、空間感、視線一片澄明與那種生命即將突破的預感。
很快地又是一年了。不管是生活上還是夢想上,剛剛翻了好多一年前的文章來看。原來那個時候都在忙那些啊。每篇網誌都是一些單純的夢想與期待,搞得現在的自己很汗顏。

明天又要到了,今天才知道要比賽的我,真的可以嗎?

我只是不想傷害任何人的期待。

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        在李金銓老師的大眾傳播理論之第四章「傳播媒介:組織」中,曾提過「消費者」、「讀者」等概念淪為傳播科層組織中單面想像,其因果關係似乎不是絕對。何況,傳播內容並不純粹反應社會需求,最主要仍舊受制於從業人員自己的想像、甚至組織中的內在邏輯所決定。

公眾的口味是因?媒介的口味是果?

中時改版目標明顯,即採用蘋果風格來進行「換新」改造。在電子報與實體報紙中,中時副編輯也公開解釋此次改版的目標,不外乎是改變閱讀動線、調整圖文比例,加上鮮豔色標,以求「節省時間」、「讓閱讀壓力減輕」、「視覺風格更年輕有活力、適合年輕讀者」等等,但長期效果未明顯之前,是否可以將之看成是對讀者觀點的片面想像?

        蘋果化的想像與追逐,非報業危機的唯一解藥

在蘋果初進駐台灣市場的前幾年,聯合、中國與自由等傳統報紙都曾強調自身原創特色與優勢,以異化之姿來抵擋新興攻勢,近年來在圖文內容、標題、紙質、價格、單元製作與發行策略上卻一一棄守本色,與蘋果日報搶攻同一塊市場,原本另闢新徑的自信氣焰則隨時間逐漸消泯。

市場本是多元而異質的,蘋果化、小報化並非唯一解藥,就連蘋果日報自己也不光是外在吸引人,更在內容建構與新聞追蹤方面下過功夫。然而,在傳統報業瓜分同質市場時,同質受眾的時間與消費能力當然也隨之分散,所能獲得的利益與重視有限。事實上,在報業開始示微的八零年代,美國學者KURT也曾提出十一項新報業改革方向,反觀國外名報,也不乏維持傳統品牌口碑的例子,如以客觀權威、排版清爽、文風深入淺出著稱的紐約時報,不正發揮了紙本新聞的另一種可能性?

        中時身為國內傳統大報,如今正式放下身段,轉而追逐蘋果日報的市場,改版動作頻頻,不外乎是先假想蘋果作風、再一味模仿之,學皮不學骨,也尚無法另闢新徑、找出市場定位與風格,此棋走得貿然,倘若這一系列的蘋果想像只是誤會一場,是否也要丟棄原本的觀眾群與品牌形象?


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聲優是動畫世界與現實世界的最佳連結,聲效的演譯更是動畫的靈魂。津南的聲優也許在動畫迷之間默默無名,卻總是一次次提醒著神劍迷,月岡津南這個角色的真實存在。家中宏(Yanaka Hiroshi),這是為津南說話的聲優,他的聲音並不是我們常聽見的傳統無暇美聲,甚至在某些高音的演出上還有些綁綁的,出自於丹田的氣音不多,但整體聲線卻是很乾淨清爽的。家中宏先生本人的聲線單一,並不像幾位紅牌男聲優一樣擁有基本的強弱(攻受?)變化型,不過我很喜歡他在錦繪篇與風水篇的說話方式,平時以那種乾爽而有些綁綁的中低美聲說話,有時候則是輕而淺的氣音,溫柔感性。我想,家中宏先生的配音方式的確很能表現出月岡津的個性!

也許,當我們只看見沉默冷靜的津南時,會因為他的一頭烏黑飄髮與俊美面孔,輕易就判定他的聲音一定也是柔美圓潤的;但家中宏的演出則讓我們體會出津南的另一種個性,沉穩而充滿男子氣概,冷靜卻也熱切,完全就是一個憂國憂民的青年士大夫。家中宏為津南配音是
1997年之後,那都是將近十年前的事了,用四十多歲的聲音去呈現一個剛滿二十歲的弱冠男子,卻不至於讓我們覺得無法接受,演出依舊精準到位。(家中宏和我爸爸同齡呢!不知道他現在還在替青年座劇團演出嗎?雖然他個人的知名度也許跟配過的角色一樣,都不是那麼有名,但身為聲優,演技與音質卻是沒話說的,當然也不缺乏應有的熱誠。)

經由家中宏那磁般冷硬堅實的聲音,以及演繹種種場景的情緒波動,我可以感覺到月岡津南的確是存在著的,他可以在任何世界活著,不管是在FanArtFanFiction的千百個世界裡,或是我們這些愛好者的想像裡(國外也有很多同人作品喜歡提及津南呢,雖然迷哥迷姐筆下的他,幾乎都是附屬在左之助的光環之下),但經由與聲優的現實連結,他可以像其他大牌角色一樣擁有自己的生活與態度,行走於夏日慶典、或在黃昏時分的茶攤裡啜飲、拿著採訪用的圖文筆記獨自漫步星光下,就在神劍闖江湖那個明治時代的世界裡,而這些想像與信念都仍繼續影響著我。
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天啊我真的很喜歡這首歌所以又上youtube找到了不同版本囉!可見這種歌也真的超超紅的!

這次是去年的某音樂節目,小瞳與堂本剛(一開始認不出來),其實我真的跟堂本剛不熟耶,不過這樣的組合超棒的說!

這次的演出節奏有改變,加入更多薩克斯風和現場多重VOCAL的爵士版本,還配上一個搖滾團DB(好像叫這名稱,應該是堂本兄弟節目內專屬的樂團),而且,原來~這首歌男生唱也這麼好聽啊!

堂本剛真是太佩服你了!原本女生的任性唱腔,加上堂本剛那痞痞又帶著淡淡傷感的調性,還有充滿磁性的慵懶視覺系音色,有把另一種男生單戀的感覺表現出來!和HITOMI合聲的部分也很美妙!

雖說我不覺得這歌詞很適合男女對唱,不過是個新鮮有趣的大發現喔!改天再來YOUTUBE探險唄!最喜歡搜尋不同版本的熱門曲~^_____^

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Journal of the Second Week, March 17th

 

Chief Seattle’s speech and the whole series of Indian poetry are famous while we discuss the conception toward nature between aborigines and city people. Therefore, when speaking of the incapability of accommodation to ‘civil life’ as being in the city, Indians’ idea may be a little strange to us. But as I think it over, the reason they dislike the city is because they can not find family there. Nature seems to them a big family, and Indians are living in it, be a part of it. They don’t afraid of the darkness in plain, in forest and valley when they have no lamps. Instead, the city’s brightness make the m blind as the noisy hustle deafen their ears. They believe human beings are born to live as a sensitive part of nature’s world. They think they are trivial because they have so many family members to respect and love.

It occurs to me that there are some sentences in Wordsworth’s poem ‘Ode: Intimations of Immortality’. Following are the sentences which respond to Indian thinkings: “Thanks to the human heart by which we live/Thanks to its tenderness, its joys, and fears/ To me the meanest flower that blows can give/ Thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears.  Through out the poem, the poet believe that human is born to be in nature, so God has given us a vision to see ‘celestial light’ which is also in nature. However, humans always forget their first birthday present and seek for other unimportant ones. In order to adjust this kind of attitude that takes nature for granted, the poet brings out the idea of finding ‘human heart’ back again. The ‘human heart’ here presents a humble attitude to live in nature and the most proper mind to live with nature is philosophic because it seems hard for us to have the initial visionary and appreciate nature sincerely. The poet then uses three words to describe and make restrictions of the ‘human heart’—‘tenderness’, ‘joy’ and ‘fear.’ The last word is the most significant because human beings usually think themselves as the over soul among all creature instead of knowing they should be humble to all nature beings. I reckon Wordsworth and believe that people like Chief Seattle hold all conditions named by the poet. His heart is full of fear because he knows he is merely a member of this immense family. His heart knows what tenderness is because he cares both his tribe and the white men’s, in the name of brotherly love. He enjoys his ancestors’ and the nature’s immortal company in joy, too. I think all these are what we should learn and keep reflecting ourselves on, as human beings.

 


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Nature Writing

 

Journal of the Fourth Week, April 14th : A Ride Beneath Celestial Light

 

 One morning in a summer vacation years ago, when I was in my junior high and my brother in elementary school, my mom took us back to grandma’s house at Junan Town in Miao-Li County . Children at the age often feel frustrated when they have to throw away all the benefit and entertainment of the city. If fact we felt even more frustrated when we heard that grandma’s television was broken. What could we do in that shabby, boring house and still be happy? However now I memorize that vacation happy because we found the way to enjoy life without network and television. Most of the time we read, and we went now the rest of a day. Junan Town was a simple, small place even till now, but it has many beautiful natural surrounding. Most of me and my brother’s childhood memory to the sea came from that vacation because mom sometimes took us there. It was a entrance called ‘Hai-ko’(‘mouth of the ocean’), not far from grandma’s house. There was a grey, plain beach which we didn’t think it beautiful at all; however, we enjoy its savage silence there.

One morning before dawn, about four am, my brother and I woke up and couldn’t feel asleep again because we went up to bed too early last night. After a short discussion, we decided to slink out the house without waking the adult. Beneath the window, the two of us dressed up quickly in grey light outside. The moment we successfully got out we look at the grey-blue sky before dawn in the first time of ecstasy; we were also excited because we were doing something adults didn’t know. We made our mind to go to the sea and got on our bikes. The road and its surrounding were kind of dark and we didn’t quite sure about our directions. However, we all rode fast in the empty, wide roads and lanes of the town. Suddenly we met the end of residential district and there’s a dark- green forest before us. That proved our direction right. We were urban kids, the forest in night seemed kind of scary and ghastly, but later we decided to ride though it as far as possible. When we stopped in front of the forest, we could already see how yellow and milk-white light spread and scattered the bottom of the night sky in distance. The boundary of sky and sea was becoming clearer brightness in amazing speed. Then we rode in the gloomy forest in full speed. As I remembered, the trees were almost black and the fallen celestial light was not vivid because it was almost covered with all kinds of leafs and trunks. We merely saw a glamorous, ghostly white passing us as fast as we rode in high speed. It was strange that we had forgotten our fear to the forest at that moment; in fact we later felt the speeding joy in company with us. And it seems like the surrounding, the atmosphere of the forest changed with our mood. Soon the black trees became pretty green and started to shine at us. 

Then we rode out of the forest and almost drove ourselves into a new, immense gold brightness. The beach is right before us, upon it there was a flow of dazzling orange which turned fancy blue. Even the somberness of night clouds faded out in the color of flawless whiteness. Sitting at our bike, we rode along the beach and waited there till the sublime, shiny sky completely became sunny blue. In silence, I remember me and my brother smiled at each other for we had shared the amazement of nature together. It has been years after our splendid experience. I wonder if kids in the country side all know the ecstasy of beauty and are willing to expose themselves into daily contact with nature. If so, they are so fortunate. I hope me and my brother can get up early next time we decide to drop all the urban entertainment to grandma’s house, so that we can have another splendid rode under the celestial light of dawn once again.

 

 

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Greek Tragedy

93102038

Julie Chen

December 18th

Love and Violence: Euripides’ “Medea”

By reading Knox’s paper about Euripides’ “Medea”, most students take the positive side of Medea’s characteristics as their second impression, so do I. So recently I have been searched for paper that emphasizes Medea’s negative characteristics, in order to read the play from other point of view, however, many criticsI found are confusing, especially when the critics mention too much about Western culture and literary tradition that is too abstract and unfamiliar.

However, in Artisitide Tessitore’s “Euripides’ ‘Medea’ and the Problem of Spiritedness” (The Review of Politics, Vol. 53 No.4, p.587-601), he interprets the character Medea’s from different aspects by using the word ‘spiritedness’, bringing out both heroic and brutal interpretation of Medea. Tessitore also tries referring Euripides’ will, on the aspect of ‘how’ he finishes the play. Although the critic doesn’t make out best in its ending, the author directly confronts with Knox and their critics that define Medea’s heroic character as single viewpoint while emphasizing the ‘positive’ side of Medea. Actually, I also agree with the critics that point out Medea’s brutality (including Tessitore’s), however, instead of taking the character’s brutality as a negative characteristic, I see it as the true side of the play. After all, the ambivalence of Medea does not make any part of the drama minus, as a whole, it even makes the drama more outstanding. Life itself, I think, is full of ambivalence indeed.

Before jumping into conclusion, I would like to briefly introduce Tessitore’s idea about “Medea”. In “Euripides’ ‘Medea’ and the Problem of Spiritedness”, Tessitore mentions a lot about Euripides’ way and writing, he also speculates much on the Euripides’ intention though out the play. Tessitore’s statement is thrilling and adventurous to me because other critics often merely focus their study on text and characters, rather on conjecture the author’s method and intention. That kind of speculation usually limits reader’s imagination by giving too much answer. These experiences also tell me that I should read over that play myself and try writing something with some basic the arrangement before reading paper from those famous critics.

However, Tessitore’s paper indeed brings something new to me from the very beginning of it. The author reckons there is a vivid ambivalence in the play, but that ambivalence is not from the character Medea, but from her image in different interpretation. Most of the critics about the drama can be divided into two mainstream way of thinking, one is Medea’s heroic imagination, and another is about her brutal, witch-liked characteristic.

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Julie Chen

93102038

Death in Literature and Films

Professor Zeng

2005/01/12

The Final Reflection of Characters in Films of Death

The process of life toward death is reluctant itself for the shortness of life forces us to leave, to let go. But there is always a period for people to suffer before they pass away, especially for those suffer from disease. Upon sensing the coming of death, people sudden realize what they should complete in life before leaving through self reflections. The process of reflection is always the focus of Death films and literature because it condenses personal feelings, self-judgment and individual moral arrangement. Therefore, what people have done before death is more important than the death itself. The paper will discuss how the characters in different films face the period of self-awareness and the final departure.

 

The Attitudes toward Life before the Death knocks on door

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Julie Chen

93102038

American Literature I

Professor Percy Kuo

Introduction on Emerson’s Concept of Nature

This paper will discuss some central concepts in Emerson’s “Nature. Emerson’s view of nature is mostly abstract and enigmatic, I search some detailed explanation on Internet after reading my note on the text book.

Me and the ‘Not Me’

Emerson presents his vision of the complex relationship between humans and nature. And his precedent ideals become the main spirit of transcendentalism. But why is nature so significant to us? In the introduction of ‘Nature’, Emerson brings out his thoughts clearly: “Our age is retrospective…The foregoing generation beholds God and nature face to face; we, through their eyes. Why should not we also enjoy an original relation to the universe?” It is said that thought the tide of history, humans see the same from the beginning since God made us, we see the same sun, moon and star as our ancestors all the time. In this circumstance, Emerson believes that both nature and man belongs to God. Therefore, men can see themselves by viewing nature with intuitive reason and be guide by the truth of the whole universe when lost. We ‘act it as life’ and apprehend nature as a truth. “All science has one aim, namely, to find a theory of nature…whenever a true theory appears, it will be its own evidence, its test is, that it will explain all phenomena.”  However, the theory of nature is hard to define anyway, but Emerson first clarifies the universe as a composition of Nature and the Soul. In a word, “all that is separate from us, all which Philosophy distinguishes as the NOT ME, that is, both nature and art, all other men and my own body, must be ranked under this name, NATURE.” “Nature, in common sense, refers to essences unchanged by man; space, the air, the river, the leaf.” Therefore, there are two genres of objects in this immerse universe, ME and the NOT ME. By defining nature as the NOT ME, Emerson urged intellectuals to turn to nature to find reflection of the self, because that every natural fact is a symbol of some spiritual fact.

The Symbol of River, Water and Liquid in ‘Nature’

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Greek Tragedy

93102038

Julie Chen

December 24th, 2006

Antigone: For LOVE or JUSTICE?

        After reading Charles Segal’ “Antigone: Death and Love, Hades and Dionysus” in the text book, the theme of Eros in the drama interests me, so I found another two papers to read—“Eros in Politics” by Richmond Y. Hathorn and “Politics and Man’s Fate in Sophocles’ Antigone” by Alfred R. Ferguson. At the beginning, I will brief introduce their center idea in this paper with the arrangement of my personal opinion.

        The Ero’s theme is fewer discussed in Ferguson’s “Politics and Man’s Fate in Sophocles’ Antigone”, he mainly explains human justice and the meaning of life in the paper with inference of Sophocles’ purpose of writing. Ferguson sees Sophocles’ characters in a more divine way, that is, they are made for certain purpose and will stands for their own purpose to death. To explain the characters’ identification, Ferguson doesn’t use the term of EROS to frame the characters, he simply point out different conscience of each character while proving they are precisely made by the author.

“Perhaps the main basis for naming Antigone the ‘Stand-bearer of human conscience’ is Sophocles, drew men as ‘they ought to be’ whereas Euripides draws then ‘as they are’.”(p43, Vol. 70, No. 2 (Dec., 1974), The Classical Journal) Ferguson also reckons that Antigone’s intention as the individual presentation of all men’s conscience. He calls this individual conscience “the human spirit that is sacred and inviolable unto death and beyond”, therefore, Ferguson reckons that the living shall act out human beings’ cognizance sanctity with the “ritual attention to the dead”. “Ritual attention” here is so significant that it connects more than the beloved livings, but also dead person. The spiritual attitude of persistence and selfless is what Ferguson thinks “justice”, Dike. However, he doesn’t see Antigone’s opponent, Creon as a simple villain (as Ferguson portrayed, many critics have this kind of idea) but another presentation of justice, which is for the whole family and state, simply trying to get rid of ritual roles which is persisted by a young woman, on the love to her brother. Therefore, Ferguson does not blame on Creon’s stubbornness or chauvinistic thinking, he merely points out the contrast between Creon and Antigone. “Thus here are two separate perceptions of Dike to which each protagonist is absolutely, grandly, passionately dedicated.” The justice here stands for “two mutually exclusive perceptions of the good (p.45).

Ferguson does not agree that the agon is simply between “good” and “evil”. “Rather, it is between the two irreconcilable ideas, two antithetical, polarized perceptions of justice.” (p.47) By saying that, Ferguson reckons that each characters knows to choose the best way to achieve their ‘good’, though these ‘good’ might merely be personal justice. What we need to see is if that justice gets too personal, like Creon. As Ferguson analyzes, as the plays goes, “Creon grows more absolute as his intended ‘good rules’ and ‘best plans of all’ are overshadowed by his ego’s dilation.” His ‘ego’s dilation’ brings destruction, which is reckoned by Ferguson as ‘basic tenant of Greek belief’ (p.45). Ferguson refers that, in Sophocles’ world there is no premeditated deviations from ordinary mortal relationships but accidental ones. A Sophoclean character is not alone in the universe, without “moorings or definitive patterns of ethical and moral response”. Ferguson believes that Sophocles tends to portray individual act with “a divine, universal, natural, or public scheme” (p.48), as the contrast to Creon, Antigone fits more the frame, as an immortal that is divine and supernatural.

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