2012年筹款/翻译/WEB纪录片片段(字幕)

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1 00:00:02,2 --> 00:00:05,95 Almost everyone comes to the conclusion that whatever their time is,

2 00:00:05,966 --> 00:00:07,666 is a critical time in human history,

3 00:00:07,708 --> 00:00:10,206 so I'm not sure that I would buy an absolute argument,

4 00:00:11,245 --> 00:00:15,132 but I think it's fair to say that we're at a tipping point in terms of

5 00:00:15,132 --> 00:00:18,590 people's access to computer based information.

6 00:00:18,9 --> 00:00:22,6 For the first time, people are going to be coming together

7 00:00:22,651 --> 00:00:24,675 from every corner of the world, and be able

8 00:00:24,675 --> 00:00:26,675 to engage in direct conversation with each other.

9 00:00:28,903 --> 00:00:31,174 [birds chirping] ♫

10 00:00:34,576 --> 00:00:43,225 [Lidia] [sings]

11 00:00:43,225 --> 00:00:45,148 Here, life is beautiful.

12 00:00:45,979 --> 00:00:49,049 It's beautiful because there are trees…

13 00:00:49,049 --> 00:00:52,675 and the trees protect you from the sun.

14 00:00:53,338 --> 00:00:54,751 There's also a lot of bugs.

15 00:00:54,751 --> 00:00:57,551 More than the bugs, I get bored.

16 00:00:58,193 --> 00:01:02,476 I want to learn more about the things that I don't know.

17 00:01:16,461 --> 00:01:21,954 When we first used the laptops, we didn't know what they were.

18 00:01:21,954 --> 00:01:24,387 And the way we learned was…

19 00:01:24,387 --> 00:01:26,887 when one classmate learned how to do something…

20 00:01:26,887 --> 00:01:29,726 they would teach another classmate.

21 00:01:29,962 --> 00:01:33,136 And that classmate would teach another classmate…

22 00:01:33,136 --> 00:01:34,877 and like that we all learned.

23 00:01:38,6 --> 00:01:41,48 What interests me most are legends…

24 00:01:42,348 --> 00:01:44,37 also the land.

25 00:01:45,098 --> 00:01:49,69 Also on the computers you can go on Wikipedia and search.

26 00:01:49,693 --> 00:01:53,41 Wikipedia is where there is all of the information.

27 00:01:53,412 --> 00:01:56,79 Whatever you want to know about, you can look for.

28 00:01:58,276 --> 00:02:03,38 And you can find things that you never…

29 00:02:03,388 --> 00:02:06,61 things you never knew, you can find on Wikipedia.

30 00:02:08,536 --> 00:02:10,26 [Victor, Lidia's father]

31 00:02:10,257 --> 00:02:12,68 I was born in Ayacucho.

32 00:02:12,684 --> 00:02:16,68 I didn't study because of my parents, they didn't support me.

33 00:02:16,727 --> 00:02:20,31 The laptops – my daughter, pretty much already knows how to use it.

34 00:02:20,781 --> 00:02:24,04 She teaches me the histories of different countries…

35 00:02:24,496 --> 00:02:29,49 the United States, Brazil, China.

36 00:02:30,146 --> 00:02:33,76 I want her to have a profession…

37 00:02:34,561 --> 00:02:37,93 to have a better education than me.

38 00:02:37,931 --> 00:02:43,56 ♫

39 00:02:48,474 --> 00:02:50,21 [Michael]

40 00:02:50,21 --> 00:02:53,32 I am from New York City.

41 00:02:54,186 --> 00:02:56,70 This is a city that's very far from here.

42 00:02:57,381 --> 00:02:59,87 I want to introduce all of you to my city.

43 00:03:03,21 --> 00:03:07,75 Now, I want to know more information about your village…

44 00:03:07,753 --> 00:03:09,38 Palestina, Peru.

45 00:03:09,8 --> 00:03:10,95 Michael, there isn't anything.

46 00:03:11,127 --> 00:03:12,50 There isn't anything?

47 00:03:12,498 --> 00:03:16,20 In that case, what we need to do today…

48 00:03:17,092 --> 00:03:20,82 is we need to write a page for Palestina, Peru.

49 00:03:20,824 --> 00:03:22,47 When did we arrive here?

50 00:03:22,47 --> 00:03:26,23 與1989年

51 00:03:27,101 --> 00:03:31,60 I think it's really exciting to think about having amazing new cultural influences on ideas,

52 00:03:31,685 --> 00:03:34,12 flowing all around the world from different cultures.

53 00:03:34,923 --> 00:03:37,72 So I think we've really barely scratched the surface of

54 00:03:37,705 --> 00:03:40,30 what is possible through collaboration.

55 00:03:40,325 --> 00:03:44,14 If you think about it, doing an encyclopedia is one of the easiest things.

56 00:03:44,876 --> 00:03:47,10 This part here is what I did.

57 00:03:48,018 --> 00:03:49,64 Ahh, the pictures we took!

58 00:03:50,713 --> 00:03:54,64 Palestina, Peru is a village located in the region of Purus…

59 00:03:54,642 --> 00:03:57,10 in the department of Ucayali…

60 00:03:57,105 --> 00:03:58,46 在秘魯。

61 00:03:59,412 --> 00:04:03,31 I see collaboration, especially computer mediated collaboration,

62 00:04:03,408 --> 00:04:08,35 as an extremely enabling tool for the population of the world,

63 00:04:08,35 --> 00:04:14,12 and I hope what it will do is uncover voices and ideas that might be invisible otherwise.

64 00:04:14,566 --> 00:04:19,95 The interesting thing is that as we get more and more of the population up on the Internet,

65 00:04:20,908 --> 00:04:23,78 the avenues for interaction will become much richer,

66 00:04:24,758 --> 00:04:30,25 and here, I am not capable of predicting what the outcome will be

67 00:04:30,256 --> 00:04:35,36 when six billion people are online sharing their knowledge with each other.

68 00:04:35,362 --> 00:04:47,39 ♫