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信用卡爆支付漏洞,漏NMB洞!

这篇新闻,恩,党国第一宣传机构发出来之后,各大门户竞相转载。

作为一个每天上班之后先看看网易的人,我果然也看到了这篇。再一个果然,我的第一反应是去擦后背上的冷汗。回头想想我的天哪,我的信用卡没有被人刷爆简直是万幸啊。

每一次当我带着小MM幽会在灯光暧昧的餐厅,每一次当我咕咚咕咚喝完羊肉泡馍的最后一滴汤再满足的抿抿嘴,每一次当我潇洒的从皮夹里抽出信用卡交给服务生,丫总要不解风情的多余一句:“先生,没有密码吗?”,MM妩媚的眼神还没有飘到我跟前就这样pia的摔到了桌子上,严重破坏了当时那充满了荷尔蒙的气氛……

“操!有密码谁还刷信用卡!”

之后的事情,就顺理成章了,被我呵斥的小二乖乖的拿着我的卡去结帐,心里暗暗骂我的他是如何窃取我卡上的信息就不得而知了,等待会我在账单上签了MM的名字之后,他果然心虚得完全没有去对照卡背面和账单上的签名,就好像他觉得这张卡已经是他的了。然后我就又果然收到了银行的灰常NB的自动系统发来的消费确认短信。

再之后的事情——我出了餐厅就打电话给银行,声称我不承认刚刚短信收到的消费,银行果断处理,将刚刚消费的金额如数返还,可怜的小二也被餐厅炒了鱿鱼——你觉得这事可能在我朝发生吗?

Q1:概括出上面的短文的中心思想(15分)
Q2:请列举出三个在北京既能刷卡,又有羊肉泡馍吃的餐厅。(15分)
附加题:结合多少大几中全会思想,你认为再再之后的事情会是什么?(20分)

————-o———有漏洞的分割线——o———o——–

毕业设计之后蹭导师的那顿饭,我们胡吃海塞,老朱谈笑间拿出一张卡交给服务员结帐,当时我就震惊了,从拿卡到把卡交给服务员时举手投足间散发出来的魅力,绝对是布鲁斯南之流无法企及的。我当时就暗暗下决心,工作之后一定要办一张属于自己的信用卡!还不带密码的那种!这样才可以为祖国的现代化贡献更大的力量!

还有一次在西单,看到一外表典型的成功中年男子被一敬业的收银员搞的无比尴尬,小姑娘很义正言辞的说您的签名与信用卡背面的不符,那大叔被逼的没法才说,那是俺老婆的卡……最后把正在试衣的老婆叫来才搞定这个值得全国商家学习的小姑娘。
如果大家都能像这个小姑娘这样敬业,重铸信用制度,咱党国第一洗脑媒体也就只能在山西煤窑死了几十人的时候报道一下爱尔兰老母猪又下了几窝崽了,那种连信用卡的基本常识都不懂的记者也就可以转行去网易养猪了。臥槽,我怎么又妄想症了……

说到西单,再说一句,不就打个折嘛,至于嘛,抢的跟白送似的,人多得跟考公务员似的,一点都看不出来有什么狗屁经济危机,也许果真就是在这样的一个大背景下,人们就要比以往的任何时候都希望从衣着上体现出他们所处的工作状态吧。

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Good design in 10 commandments

Back in the early 1980s, Dieter Rams was becoming increasingly concerned by the state of the world around him – “an impenetrable confusion of forms, colours and noises.” Aware that he was a significant contributor to that world, he asked himself an important question: is my design good design?

As good design cannot be measured in a finite way he set about expressing the ten most important criteria for what he considered was good design. Subsequently they have become known as the ‘Ten commandments’.

Here they are:


Good design is innovative

It does not copy existing product forms, nor does it produce any kind of novelty for the sake of it. The essence of innovation must be clearly seen in all functions of a product. The possibilities in this respect are by no means exhausted. Technological development keeps offering new chances for innovative solutions.



Good design makes a product useful

A product is bought in order to be used. It must serve a defined purpose – in both primary and additional functions. The most important task of design is to optimise the utility of a product.



Good design is aesthetic

The aesthetic quality of a product – and the fascination it inspires – is an integral part of its utility. Without doubt, it is uncomfortable and tiring to have to put up with products that are confusing, that get on your nerves, that you are unable to relate to. However, it has always been a hard task to argue about aesthetic quality, for two reasons.

Firstly, it is difficult to talk about anything visual, since words have a different meaning for different people.

Secondly, aesthetic quality deals with details, subtle shades, harmony and the equilibrium of a whole variety of visual elements. A good eye is required, schooled by years and years of experience, in order to be able to draw the right conclusion.



Good design helps a product to be understood

It clarifies the structure of the product. Better still, it can make the product talk. At best, it is self-explanatory and saves you the long, tedious perusal of the operating manual.



Good design is unobtrusive

Products that satisfy this criterion are tools. They are neither decorative objects nor works of art. Their design should therefore be both neutral and restrained leaving room for the user’s self-expression.



Good design is honest

An honestly-designed product must not claim features – more innovative, more efficient, of higher value – it does not have. It must not influence or manipulate buyers and users.



Good design is durable

It is nothing trendy that might be out-of-date tomorrow. This is one of the major differences between well-designed products and trivial objects for a waste-producing society. Waste must no longer be tolerated.



Good design is thorough to the last detail

Thoroughness and accuracy of design are synonymous with the product and its functions, as seen through the eyes of the user.



Good design is concerned with the environment

Design must contribute towards a stable environment and a sensible use of raw materials. This means considering not only actual pollution, but also the visual pollution and destruction of our environment.



Good design is as little design as possible

Back to purity, back to simplicity.


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