Saturday, March 22, 2008

【轉錄】法醫給有開車的人的一封信

給有開車或家有車的朋友:到7-11買一個拋棄式的相機,不會花你很多時間,
可是當它派上用場時,比你每年所花上萬塊的車險、意外險、還要有用。

我是地檢署的法醫。
車禍對各位車主而言,是一件不願意見到的事,尤其是發生死亡車禍。然而,每次遇到車禍發生時,車主通常會不知道如何處理。基於我的專業和分享我的經驗,希望可以為你減少日後的麻煩。

首先建議各位車主在車上放置一台相機,內要有底片、捲尺一把,約七公尺左右。
當發生車禍時,第一件事,不是和對方說誰對誰錯,而是利用相機去找照相物。

理由是 :
臺灣的員警,不會為你花自己的錢幫你認真照相,即使是和刑事有關的案子,也不會。
我的經驗也是草草的照個三、四張, 請問三四張要如何將現場表現出來?
與其期待臺灣司法的牛步化改革,還不如自立救濟。

這也就是我為什麼要將車禍辦案上的一些注意的事分享給大家。希望每個車主知道,一來可以保護自己,二來也可以使臺灣的司法,對車禍案件,回歸較公平的面。

照相要注意的事項 :

1.. 車子前後左右都要照相
2.. 撞擊點要近照,最好要放比例尺   ( 或是銅幣、手機等...   可以相對呈現照片比例的物品 )
3.. 煞車痕 一定要 照,依據老的檢察官的經驗,臺灣警員的現場圖,十個圖有九個有問題;
 所以,建議你照照,不會對自己不好。
4.. 底盤要照相 , 我想很多人會問如何照相,第一是要照有無異物,
   不要忘記沒有東西也是一個最有利的證據。
5.. 擋泥板要照,可以確定撞擊方向 ,不要覺得自己說就是對,要為自己留證據。
6.. 最後當在為自己照相時,也要為別人照相.

第一部份
和警員和檢察官做筆錄時,第一要求檢察官對對方做 酒精濃度測驗 ,可以保護自己也可以確定對方是否有喝酒。
如果對方不幸死亡,則可要求抽眼球液酒精及藥物測試。

以我的的經驗,我有一個案子,表面上是車禍致死,可是做完酒精及藥物測試後 ,才知道死者是: 先吃藥物,中毒死亡後,發生車禍,如果沒有做酒精及藥物測試,車主可能就要白白吃牢飯。

臺灣的司法是你沒有要求檢察官做,檢察官是不會主動幫你做的。
所以建議你自己要求做酒精濃度及藥物測驗。

第二部份
要要求檢察官照相。
要照什麼呢?要照自己和對方身上的傷,這在日後法律上要求時,或判定違規肇事上有很大的用處。
一定要要求照身上的傷, 這是根據 1990美國的法醫報告中,一個重要車禍責任判定。
我想臺灣很多檢察官還不知道如何用此項證據作為法庭證據。
重要的是:你要求檢察官做,他才一定會去問人,如何用此證據。

第三部份
告訴檢察官你有照片,你洗一份給他, 但記得底片一定要自己留著。不要給檢察官,因為你不知道你遇到的是一個認真,或是敗類型的檢察官.你要知道臺灣少數檢察官的風紀是有問題的,我想看臺灣的新聞就知道,不需要我多說。把證據留在自己身上最安全。

最後態度要客氣,因為臺灣的檢察官是得罪不起的,但他們最怕記者。
法醫的工作不只要確認死因,更重要的是:
預防死亡的再次發生------ 美國法醫書上開門見山的一句話。

但是臺灣的司法制度中,常以偵察不公開為由,而不讓法醫提出任何危險的警訊,愚弄市民,不讓老百姓知道事實的真象,更重要的不讓老百姓知道預防的方法。
我的經驗:像一段路,連續死亡車禍發生,為了偵察不公開,不知道有多少駕駛者,在不知道危險的狀況下而發生車禍,又要害死多少人。

台大病:愛恨交織名校生

身為箭靶的我很需要檢討。尤其是,我不幸的發現自己居然具備了數項文中指出的要命缺陷!!!

誡之,慎之。
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97/3/13
臧聲遠

這幾天不少媒體詢問我對「台大病」的看法。其實,這是一個陳年老問題了。早在20多年前趙耀東當經濟部長的時候,就對台大學生提出相同的批評,經過這麼多年,外界對台大學生的印象還是一點也沒改變。

在一群年輕人當中,你可以很容易辨識出誰是台大學生。他們聰明、學習力強、充滿自信與主見、富於批判能力、自我要求與期許高,在同齡者當中特別突出。正因為這些特質,企業對台大學生「既愛又恨」,一方面愛他們的才華,一方面恨他們難管教。

企業最詬病的「台大病」包括:恃才傲物,不易與別人合作;不服從權威、愛批評或頂撞主管,個人主見強、意見多,令主管很難帶;在自由校風薰陶下,不喜歡受到紀律約束;從小到大一帆風順,挫折免疫力差;個人條件好,跳槽機會多,因而對企業缺乏忠誠度…,都跟工作態度有關

企業雖然嘴裡抱怨「台大病」,但近年對台大學生的愛用度,卻是明顯提高。上週末台大校園徵才,企業擠破頭搶攤位,即使有錢也一位難求,平常難得現身的金控與財團大老板,紛紛放下身段到現場「拉人」。多數學校舉辦校園徵才,免費奉送企業攤位也乏人問津,台大卻是花錢還不見得有攤位,為學校帶來大筆進帳。

台大學生獲得「平反」有兩個原因。在企業用人的天平上,「工作態度」和「專業實力」分處兩端,近年由於大學生素質惡化,企業天平愈加朝向「專業實力」這端傾斜,這對台大學生當然有利。況且,早年私校學生雖然專業實力不如國立名校生,但工作敬業態度足以彌補;如今許多後段班大學生卻是「要專業沒專業,要敬業沒敬業」,反正大學很好考,從小到大一路「混」過來,貪玩、散漫、不思學習、缺乏紀律與自我期許…。相形之下,台大學生可取多了。

其次,「台大病」不利於從事人際互動的工作,但需要高度技術的工作則不受影響,例如科技研發,絕對是先看技術實力,至於個性是否不易相處,則是次要考量,這也是「台大幫」在國內科技界呼風喚雨的原因。1990年以來,科技業撐起台灣經濟半邊天,連帶使得台大人「由黑翻紅」。

台大人的「反骨」(挑戰權威),從壞的一面說是難管教,從好的一面說是勇於突破與開創。任何性格都是「一體兩面」,你要用台大人的優點,就要忍受他的缺點。

外界對於「台大病」的批評,值得台大學生反省。但也不容否認,有些企業就是愛用奴才,乖乖聽話守本份,叫你往東就往東、叫你往西就往西,當然會對台大學生看不順眼。真正有病的是這種企業,而不是台大人;這種企業只有庸才不會有人才。

CareerBuilder.com Survey Reveals Top Ten Wackiest Mistakes Candidates Made in Job Interviews

From WebWire, shared by Career Service staff of Medill School, Northwestern University

WEBWIRE – Thursday, March 13, 2008

CHICAGO.- What’s the most unusual thing a candidate did in a job interview? Fall asleep? Disappear? Bring his/her mom? CareerBuilder.com released its annual survey of the most outrageous interview mistakes candidates have made, according to over 3,000 hiring managers and HR professionals nationwide. This year’s Top Ten list includes:

  • Candidate answered cell phone and asked the interviewer to leave her own office because it was a "private" conversation.
  • Candidate told the interviewer he wouldn’t be able to stay with the job long because he thought he might get an inheritance if his uncle died - and his uncle wasn’t "looking too good"
  • Candidate asked the interviewer for a ride home after the interview.
  • Candidate smelled his armpits on the way to the interview room.
  • Candidate said she could not provide a writing sample because all of her writing had been for the CIA and it was "classified"
  • Candidate told the interviewer he was fired for beating up his last boss.
  • When applicant was offered food before the interview, he declined saying he didn’t want to line his stomach with grease before going out drinking.
  • A candidate for an accounting position said she was a "people person" not a "numbers person"
  • Candidate flushed the toilet while talking to interviewer during phone interview.
  • Candidate took out a hair brush and brushed her hair.


In addition to the most unusual blunders, employers were also asked about the most common and detrimental mistakes candidates have made during an interview. More than half (51 %) of hiring managers cited dressing inappropriately as the most detrimental mistake a candidate can make in an interview. Speaking negatively about a current or previous employer came in second at 49 % and appearing disinterested ranked third at 48 %. Other mistakes included appearing arrogant (44 %), not providing specific answers (30 %) and not asking good questions (29 %).

"Interviews give employers a window into what it’s really like to work with a candidate - how they react under pressure, what motivates them and how they interact with others" said Rosemary Haefner, vice-president of Human Resources for CareerBuilder.com. "If a candidate is overly negative, plays the blame game, is easily frazzled or doesn’t come prepared, it usually sends up a red flag for employers. Be knowledgeable about the company, rehearse answers to potential questions and always maintain a professional manner"

Haefner offers the following tips for successful interviews:

  • Do your homework: Nothing says "I’m not that interested in this job" like someone who has done no research and knows little about a company. It’s easier than ever to find information about a company and its activities - candidates who don’t could be perceived as lazy, unmotivated or disinterested.
  • Don’t get too personal: The last thing an employer wants to do is to hire someone who brings all their personal drama to the office. Even if the interview seems casual, always keep it professional and avoid sharing unnecessary personal information.
  • Be honest: Interviewers don’t expect you to have all the answers. Often they are testing your reaction to "tough questions" to see how you respond under pressure. It’s much worse to get caught in a lie than admit you don’t know something. If you are unsure of an answer, it’s ok to say you don’t know but then outline the steps you would take to find out - this will demonstrate you’re a problem solver.
  • Prepare for these common open-ended questions: "Tell me about yourself" "Why do you want to work here" "What motivates you" These questions may seem easy, but because they are so broad, candidates can get tripped up by them if they don’t know where to start or when to end.
  • Don’t go negative: No matter how tempting it is to share woes from prior jobs or how much an interviewer is pushing you to do so, it’s never a good idea to say negative things about a previous employer. The interviewer will assume you will also be likely to bad mouth their company in the future.


Survey Methodology
This survey was conducted online within the U.S. by Harris Interactive on behalf of CareerBuilder.com among 3,016, hiring managers and human resource professionals (employed full-time; not self-employed; with at least significant involvement in hiring decisions); ages 18 and over between November 13 and December 3, 2007. With a pure probability sample of 3,016, one could say with a 95 percent probability that the overall results have a sampling error of +/- 1.8 percentage points, respectively. Sampling error for data from sub-samples is higher and varies. A full methodology is available upon request.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Life and Amazing Math!

Beauty of Math!


1 x 8 + 1 = 9
12 x 8 + 2 = 98
123 x 8 + 3 = 987
1234 x 8 + 4 = 9876
12345 x 8 + 5 = 98765
123456 x 8 + 6 = 987654
1234567 x 8 + 7 = 9876543
12345678 x 8 + 8 = 98765432
123456789 x 8 + 9 = 987654321


1 x 9 + 2 = 11
12 x 9 + 3 = 111
123 x 9 + 4 = 1111
1234 x 9 + 5 = 11111
12345 x 9 + 6 = 111111
123456 x 9 + 7 = 1111111
1234567 x 9 + 8 = 11111111
12345678 x 9 + 9 = 111111111
123456789 x 9 +10= 1111111111


9 x 9 + 7 = 88
98 x 9 + 6 = 888
987 x 9 + 5 = 8888
9876 x 9 + 4 = 88888
98765 x 9 + 3 = 888888
987654 x 9 + 2 = 8888888
9876543 x 9 + 1 = 88888888
98765432 x 9 + 0 = 888888888

Brilliant, isn't it?


And look at this symmetry:

1 x 1 = 1
11 x 11 = 121
111 x 111 = 12321
1111 x 1111 = 1234321
11111 x 11111 = 123454321
111111 x 111111 = 12345654321
1111111 x 1111111 = 1234567654321
11111111 x 11111111 = 123456787654321
111111111 x 111111111=12345678987654321




Now, take a look at this...


101%



>From a strictly mathematical viewpoint:



What Equals 100%?

What does it mean to give MORE than 100%?

Ever wonder about those people who say they are giving more than 100%?

We have all been in situations where someone wants you to

GIVE OVER 100%.

How about ACHIEVING 101%?


What equals 100% in life?


Here's a little mathematical formula that might help

answer these questions:


If:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Is represented as:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26.


If:


H-A-R-D-W-O-R- K


8+1+18+4+23+15+18+11 = 98%


And:

K-N-O-W-L-E-D-G-E


11+14+15+23+12+5+4+7+5 = 96%


But:

A-T-T-I-T-U-D-E


1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5 = 100%



THEN, look how far the love of God will take you:



L-O-V-E-O-F-G-O-D


12+15+22+5+15+6+7+15+4 = 101%


Therefore, one can conclude with mathematical certainty that:

While Hard Work and Knowledge will get you close, and Attitude will
get you there, It's the Love of God that will put you over the top!

It's up to you if you share this with your friends & loved ones just
the way I did.

Have a nice day & God bless you

Aameen

Saturday, March 01, 2008

12點人生建議

01.生活是一種享受,而不是一種負擔。
多愛自己一點,當你生活中第一次決定把自己放在優先位置時,你將發現,那有多棒!

02.你的工作,可以豐富生命,也可以使生命遠離你。
捫心自問,內心真正想要什麼?

03.學習聆聽對方想傳達些什麼。
去看看你能幫什麼忙。 凡是生命中有價值的東西,只有在贈予之後,才會加倍增值。

04.愈是不可愛的人,愈需要被愛,愈是吹毛求疪的人,愈要被關心與了解。
記住這句話:在忿怒的面孔背後,往往隱藏著一顆憂傷的心靈。

05.在進一步交往之前,先問自己:我喜歡這個人是?
附帶條件?我是?在逃避什麼? 我是企圖想改變這個人?
如果你對其中一個問題的答案是肯定的,那麼你還是離開這個 人。他沒有你,會過的更快樂。

06.每天,至少告訴一個人,你喜歡、仰慕或欣賞他的地方。

07.當你買了一樣對方一直想要卻一直沒去買的東西時,那份禮物就是最浪漫,最有價值的東西。

08.兩性相處之道,不在抹掉或改造對方的風格,而是成全雙方的真正自我。

09.要別人愛你只有一個祕訣,就是做一個值得被愛的人。

10.與其抱怨造物者在玫瑰花叢裡附上尖刺,何不感謝造物者在尖刺上,添上玫瑰花。

11.若想讓別人無條件地愛你,就不要先在別人身上加諸任何條件。

12.太忙了,早已忘了躺在草地上的舒爽?偷一點閒,原來日子也可以這麼自在!