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Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#1. It will be all right, she told herself, and she stepped out of the boat into the water. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#2. She did not know how to explain what happened, how everything has changed in just one day, how someone she loved so dearly could be there one minute, and the next minute: gone. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#3. She had learned that when people were bent on doing something they believed was a good deed, it was usually impossible to dissuade them. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#4. When a regular camera focuses physically, what the regular camera is doing is adjusting the lens relative to the sensor to bring different parts of the scene into focus. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#5. People decide what you're like before they even get to know you #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Philip Graham Ryken
#6. The content of worship comes from the Bible, the goal of worship is to give praise to God, and the basis for worship is the saving work of Jesus Christ. Put more simply, true Christian worship is Word-communicat ing, God-glorifying, and Christ-confessi ng. #Quote by Philip Graham Ryken
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#7. Yes, we are a producer of cameras, but we understand that at the end of the day, you have to make photos in software. A lot of companies focus on the camera side, and a lot are on the software side. There's a chasm between the two. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Mark Z. Danielewski
#8. In many ways, Navidson's house functions like an immense isolation tank. Deprived of light, change in temperature and any sense of time, the individual begins to create his own sensory [
], [ ]d depen[ ]ng on the duration of his stay begins to project more and more of [ ] personality on those bare walls and vacant []allways. #Quote by Mark Z. Danielewski
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Maya Soetoro-Ng
#9. Government should exist in order to help fortify the country and make those who are in need better able to meet their own. #Quote by Maya Soetoro-Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#10. It had not been science that Lydia had loved. And then, as if the tears are telescopes, she begins to see more clearly: the shredded posters and pictures, the rubble of books, the shelf prostrate at her feet. Everything that she had wanted for Lydia, which Lydia had never wanted but had embraced anyway. A dull chill creeps over her. Perhaps - and this thought chokes her - that had dragged Lydia underwater at last. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ayn Rand
#11. Poverty is not a mortgage on the labor of others-misfortu ne is not a mortgage on achievement-fai lure is not a mortgage on success-sufferi ng is not a claim check, and its relief is not the goal of existence-man is not a sacrificial animal on anyone's altar nor for anyone's cause-life is not one huge hospital. #Quote by Ayn Rand
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#12. Part of the process," Pearl informed him as they cut through the living room, with the nonchalant air of a native unfazed by the curious customs of the land. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#13. I don't remember the first picture I took, but I actually found a picture of myself on a trip back to my old family home in Malaysia. I'm five years old, sitting on the floor with the family camera in my hand. It was a film camera - not a DSLR - with a fixed lens and a nice manual zoom. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Neal Stephenson
#14. Ng Security Industries Semi-Autonomous Guard Unit #A-367 lives in a pleasant black-and-white Metaverse where porterhouse steaks grow on trees, dangling at head level from low branches, and blood-drenched Frisbees fly through the crisp, cool air for no reason at all, until you catch them. #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#15. Sometimes you need to scorch everything to the ground, and start over. After the burning the soil is richer, and new things can grow. People are like that, too. They start over. They find a way. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#16. You'll always be sad about this, but it doesn't mean you made the wrong choice. It's just something that you have to carry. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#17. The reason we know as human beings that pictures have to be focused before you take the shot is because we know if we're not focusing our eyes on something that happens, then it's too late - you can't go searching in your memory to find it because that light never struck your mind. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Andrew Ng
#18. If you show a poetry professor your shiny new multiple choice teaching technology, he will invite you to exit his office. #Quote by Andrew Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#19. If a soul could leave the body, she thought, this is the sound it would make: like the screech of a nail being pulled from old wood. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Andrew Ng
#20. No one knows what the right algorithm is, but it gives us hope that if we can discover some crude approximation of whatever this algorithm is and implement it on a computer, that can help us make a lot of progress. #Quote by Andrew Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#21. The problem with rules, he reflected, was that they implied a right way and a wrong way to do things. When, in fact, most of the times there were simply "ways", none of them quite wrong or quite right, and nothing to tell you for sure which side of the line you stood on. He had always admired his wife's idealism, her belief that the world could be made better, could be made orderly, could perhaps even be made perfect. For the first time, he wondered if the same held true for him #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#22. The merging of science and art is at the core of what we do. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#23. What made something precious? Losing it and finding it. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#24. There's something really magical about trying to see things in new ways that go beyond, in some sense, the biological human experience. Light-field photography, too, goes beyond the human experience because our eyes work like conventional cameras. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#25. Everyone in the Richardson family noticed Izzy's improved demeanor. "She's almost pleasant around you," Lexie told Mia one day. Izzy's adoration for Mia, like everything she did, did not come by halves: there was nothing Izzy wouldn't do for her. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ruth Mendoza
#26. The hell I care with your flavor of the month?' Sabi ko. Yeah, yun yung girlfiend niya which I consider his flavor of the month. Or should I say, flavor of the week? Ang bilis niya kasing magpalit ng babae, well I'm the only exception! Hahaha!" - Arkisha #Quote by Ruth Mendoza
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Guy Finley
#27. Real prayer, the soul-transformi ng kind, is self-discontinu ity. It is a conscious act of self-suspension arising from the wish for something new to occur.. #Quote by Guy Finley
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#28. It came, over and over, down to this: What made someone a mother? Was it biology alone, or was it love? #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#29. this was the first reason he came to love her: because she had blended in so perfectly, because she had seemed so completely and utterly at home. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Maya Soetoro-Ng
#30. You have to have a government that does give both money and energy to function in a leadership role modeling giving for the people. Government is supposed to lead by example in many cases. #Quote by Maya Soetoro-Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#31. Mark Horowitz and I built it onto an optical bench in the lab. We spent and eight-hour span putting this optical light path together. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Azizi Ng
#32. Our whole world will change if we meet the right people and talk about the right things. #Quote by Azizi Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Mary Norris
#33. Benjamin Franklin, who was already in his eighties when he befriended Webster, and who advocated spelling reform, had encouraged the younger man to adopt his ideas. Franklin proposed that we lose c, w, y, and j; modify a and u to represent their different sounds; and adopt a new form of s for sh and a variation on y for ng as well as tweak the h of th to distinguish the sounds of "thy" and "thigh," "swath" and "swathe." If Franklin had had his way, he would have been the Saint Cyril of America - Cyril "perfected" the Greek alphabet for the Russian language; hence the Cyrillic alphabet - and American English would look like Turkish. #Quote by Mary Norris
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#34. I could have done that, Marilyn thought. And the words clicked into place like puzzle pieces, shocking her in their rightness. The hypothetical past-perfect. The tense of missed chances. Tears dripped down her chin. No! She though suddenly. I could do that. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#35. On the personal side, I was rock climbing and taking pictures with my friends. We took all sorts of portrait and action pictures, and I was thinking at the time that these are inherently difficult to focus correctly. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#36. A lifetime of practical and comfortable considerations settled atop the spark inside her like a thick, heavy blanket. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#37. Photography has always been a passion of mine, but I began to study light field photography when I was in the Ph.D. program at Stanford University. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#38. Light-field photography is a transformational technology that needs a transformational product to introduce it. For the first time, we have a light-field camera that's going to be for everyone - not something in a huge room in a research facility. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#39. I am very active on Twitter and one thing that keeps popping up is "How do I balance having a kid and writing?" And I know it should not be as aggravating, but I know no one ever asks a male writer that. Or, any male that. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#40. Everything, she noticed, seemed capable of transmogrification. Even the two boulders in the backyard sometimes turned to silver in the early morning sunlight. In the books she read, every stream might be a river god, every tree a dryad in disguise, every old woman a powerful fairy, every pebble an enchanted soul. Anything had the potential to transform, and this, to her, seemed the true meaning of art.

Only her brother, Warren, seemed to understand the hidden layer she saw in things, but then they had always had an understanding, since before he had been born. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#41. How good the rain would feel, like crying all over her body. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Jonathan Safran Foer
#42. SADNESS OF THE INTELLECT: Sadness of being misunderstood [sic]; Humor sadness; Sadness of love wit[hou]t release; Sadne[ss of be]ing smart; Sadness of not knowing enough words to [express what you mean]; Sadness of having options; Sadness of wanting sadness; Sadness of confusion; Sadness of domes[tic]ated birds, Sadness of fini[shi]ng a book; Sadness of remembering; Sadness of forgetting; Anxiety sadness ... #Quote by Jonathan Safran Foer
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#43. There's something about light field photography that's just magical. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#44. Whenever he remembered this moment, it lasted forever: a flash of complete separateness as Lydia disappeared beneath the surface. Crouched on the dock, he had a glimpse of the future: without her, he would be completely alone. In the instant after, he knew it would change nothing. He could feel the ground still tipping beneath him. Even without Lydia, the world would not level. He and his parents and their lives would spin into the space where she had been. They would be sucked into the vacuum she left behind.

More than this: the second he touched her, he knew that he had misunderstood everything. When his palms hit her shoulders, when the water closed over her head, Lydia had felt relief so great she had sighed in a deep choking lungful. She had staggered so readily, fell so eagerly, that she and Nath both knew: that she felt it, too, this pull she now exerted, and didn't want it. That the weight of everything tilting toward her was too much. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Chip Ingram
#45. Remember that you are not called to produce successful, upwardly mobile, highly educated, athletically talented machines ... Givi ng your children great opportunities is good; it is not, however, the goal of parenting. Christlikeness is. Above all, seek to raise children who look and act a lot like Jesus. #Quote by Chip Ingram
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Alan Watts
#46. There are two specific objections to use of psychedelic drugs.First,use of these drugs may be dangerous.Howev er,every worth-while exploration is dangerous-climb ing mountains,testi ng aircraft,rocket ing into outer space,or collecting botanical specimens in jungles.But if you value knowledge & the actual delight of exploration more than mere duration of uneventful life,you are willing to take the risks. #Quote by Alan Watts
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Celeste Ng
#47. You could see it every time you looked at her: layered in her face was the baby she'd been and the child she'd become and the adult she would grow up to be, and you saw them all simultaneously, like a 3-D image. It made your head spin. It was a place you could take refuge, if you knew how to get in. And each time you left it, each time your child passed out of your sight, you feared you might never be able to return to that place again. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Ren Ng
#48. With light field technology, there is a huge opportunity for creativity in photography that hasn't been available in the past. #Quote by Ren Ng
Nakakakita Ng quotes by Maya Soetoro-Ng
#49. Government that's not particularly caring and is hands off is not particularly inspiring. #Quote by Maya Soetoro-Ng

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