A Book on the Future of Jobs with AR / VR App

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YAML 想法

A cartoon book that walks you through professions in technology industry which didn't existed 20 years ago (ie. digital marketer, UX designer, etc).

The goal of a book is to educate people and get them visualising the possibilities within technology industry that didn't exist a few years back.

The book aims:

  • to show what jobs are available in the technology industry.
  • to inspire people of any age to rethink what job they want to do today and tomorrow.

Why a book?

  • People still read (and share) books.
  • No matter if you have digital skills or Internet access, you can still read a book.
  • No matter what language you speak or what age you are, you can "read" images.
  • As a physical object it has a tactile element that people can relate to.


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本书可能有一个具有增强现实功能的移动应用程序。类似于[this](http://toyland.gizmodo.com/disney-has-invented-3d-coloring-books-1734309000“ http://toyland.gizmodo.com/disney-has-invented-3d-coloring- books-1734309000“)。

或者,通过连接的虚拟现实应用程序,人们实际上可以“体验”新职业。

This book could have a mobile app with Augmented Reality functionality. Similar to this.

Or, connected Virtual Reality app, where people could actually "experience" new professions.


[Mindey],好的,这很有道理!我明白你对教育价值的观点。该平台的目的实际上是解决问题,而不是构想。在发布问题和想法之前,我们应该花一些时间。

[Mindey], okay, this makes sense! I see your point on the educational value. The purpose of the platform is problem solving indeed, rather than ideation. We should take time before posting problems and ideas then.


鲁塔,所以您想要一个完整的分层网络?好了,通过创建问题本身的外键很容易创建子问题。就像我们目前有子作品一样。但是,这种结构会使试图理解某些事物的创造者变得更加艰苦。理想情况下,我们希望问题解决者完成将问题分解为子问题(例如里程碑)的工作,这些子问题对于解决问题是完全必要和充分的。这将使结构清晰并为将来的学习者所理解。

如果未来的学习者将不得不经历原始创作者的复杂迷宫,它将使学习者的生活更加艰难。

[ruta], so you want a full-fledged hierarchical network? Well, sub-problems are easy to create by creating a foreign key to the problem itself. Just like we currently have with sub-works. However, this kind of structure would make the person who tries to understand the creation of something -- much harder work. Ideally, we want the problem solvers to do the work of breaking down the problem into sub-problems (e.g., milestones) that are exactly necessary and sufficient to solve the problem. This will make the structure clear and understandable for future learners.

If the future learner will have to go through complex mazes of the thinking of original creator, it will make the learner's life harder...


_>也许我们可以制作[idea-here]之类的标签来索引小创意。

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[Mindey],好主意。

在我们从一个问题开始并通过对话的情况下,我们意识到问题不是路线问题,可以选择单击按钮并创建_sub-problem_。想法也一样。当一个问题/想法引发子问题和想法时,我们需要什么功能来允许用户组织它们?

当我们进行的对话不在特定页面上时(就像我们关于功能的聊天不在主题对书本的想法之内一样),我们是否需要功能来允许用户将话题外的对话移至其他页面?哪一页?

_> Maybe we could make tags like [idea-here] for indexing little ideas. _

[Mindey], good idea.

In situations when we start with one problem and through a conversation we realise that the problem is not the route problem, it'd be nice to have an option to click a button and create a sub-problem. Same for ideas. When one problem/idea sparks sub-problems and ideas, what functionality do we need to allow users to organise them?

When we have conversations which are off-topic to a particular page (just like our chat about features is off topic to an idea of a book), do we need functionality to allow users to move off-topic conversations to a different page? Which page?


[ruta],

>人们聊天时,人们接下来可以/应该做什么?人们会一直聊天直到找到问题的最佳解决方案,还是一直聊天直到有人知道一个主意然后跳入任务并尝试实现它?

在问题页面上-是的。但是,我们不应仅仅因为它们似乎可以解决问题而发表任意的想法。发布时,我们有一个绝妙的主意。然后,在想法页面上,我们应该更多地讨论想法本身的有效性,而不是搜索想法。

>如果这个想法留在评论中,我和每个人都会忘记它。

这里什么都没有忘记。 :)也许我们可以制作[idea-here]之类的标签来索引小创意。

[ruta],

When people chat, what people can/should do next? Do people chat until they find the perfect solution to a problem or, chat until someone gets an idea, and then jumps into tasks and tries to implement it?

On the problem page -- yes. However, we should not post arbitrary ideas, just because they remotely seem to solve the problem. Post, when we have a brilliant idea. On the idea page, we should then talk more about the validity of the idea itself rather than search for ideas.

If this idea stays in the comments I and everyone will forget it.

Nothing is forgotten here. :) Maybe we could make tags like [idea-here] for indexing little ideas.


[Mindey],对于想法/解决方案阶段,我不确定。

系统的“目的”是什么?

用户流:

人们聊天时,人们接下来可以/应该做什么?

人们会一直聊天直到找到解决问题的最佳方法,或者,

聊天直到有人知道一个主意,然后跳入任务并尝试实现它?

例如,我们与z进行了关于“ [使人们能够赚更多钱](https://infty.xyz/goal/5/detail/

[Mindey], I'm not sure about something in terms of idea/solution stage.

What's the purpose of the system?

User flows:

When people chat, what people can/should do next? Do people chat until they find the perfect solution to a problem or, chat until someone gets an idea, and then jumps into tasks and tries to implement it?

For example, we had a chat with z about the problem "Enabling People to Earn More Money". We discovered that the root problem is a lack of the role models. So, I came up with an idea of a book.

If this idea stays in the comments I and everyone will forget it. I'd like to save it in some ways and try to implement it with people, and see if it makes an impact towards the problem (not necessarily solves the whole problem).


[ruta]

>另外,我们需要一种方法,如果某个主意无法解决问题,则允许任何用户标记内容,并鼓励主意所有者编辑问题或重写主意。我们也有一个任务。

是。

> _solution_的含义与_idea_的含义不同。人们如何看待这两个词?

是的,需要水的人想到了提桶的想法,这成为解决方案。我们可以将一个想法定义为一个通用解决方案,使每个人都不必再解决该问题。

[ruta]

Also, we need a way of letting any user to flag content if an idea doesn't provide a solution to a problem, and encourage an idea owner to edit a problem or rewrite an idea. We have a task for this as well.

Yes.

the meaning of solution is not the same as of idea. How do people see both terms?

Yes, people who need water come up with an idea to carry buckets, and that becomes a solution. We could define an idea as a general solution, that frees everyone from having to solve that problem ever again.


>并且...这个想法会完全解决问题吗?符合解决方案要求的想法应以很高的成功率彻底解决问题。也许这应该是我们发布想法的规则?

[Mindey],也许。目前尚不清楚如何描述一个想法。我们应该考虑哪些指南可以帮助用户(包括我自己)理解。 (为此,我们有一个[task](https://infty.xyz/task/89/detail/“ https://infty.xyz/task/89/detail/”))。

同样,我们需要一种方法,如果某个主意不能为问题提供解决方案,则允许任何用户标记内容,并鼓励主意所有者编辑问题或重写主意。我们也有一个[task](https://infty.xyz/task/94/detail/“ https://infty.xyz/task/94/detail/”)。

尽管_solution_的含义与_idea_的含义不同。人们如何看待这两个词?

and... would this idea solve the problem completely? An idea that qualifies for solution should solve the problem completely, with high probability of success. Maybe this should be a rule on our idea posting?

[Mindey], Perhaps. At the moment it's not entirely clear how to describe an idea. We should think about what guidance will help users (myself included) understand. (We have a task for this).

Also, we need a way of letting any user to flag content if an idea doesn't provide a solution to a problem, and encourage an idea owner to edit a problem or rewrite an idea. We have a task for this as well.

Although, the meaning of solution is not the same as of idea. How do people see both terms?


//我添加了一个与该想法更多相关的问题。 //

鲁塔,在哪里?链接?

// I added a different problem that relates to this idea more. //

[ruta], where? link?


[Mindey],你是对的!我添加了一个与此问题更多相关的不同问题。

比教人们如何赚钱更重要的是教给人们批判性思维和培养动力。我们应该翻译您在博客上谈论的想法,并在此处分享。我真的很喜欢动机部分。

[Mindey], you're right! I added a different problem that relates to this idea more.

What's more important than teaching people how to make money is teaching people critical thinking and fostering motivation. We should translate an idea you talk about on your blog and share it here. I really like the motivation part.


鲁塔,而且...这个想法会完全解决问题吗?符合解决方案要求的想法应以很高的成功率彻底解决问题。我认为,即使存在这样的书,仅凭这本书也无法解决问题。让我们发布实际上可以完全解决问题的系统想法。也许这应该是我们发布想法的规则?

[ruta], and... would this idea solve the problem completely? An idea that qualifies for solution should solve the problem completely, with high probability of success. Even if such book existed, I think, this book alone would not solve the problem. Let's post systematic ideas that would actually completely solve a problem. Maybe this should be a rule on our idea posting?


鲁塔,这本书如何使人们赚钱?提供选择?在编写[this](http://old.mindey.com/ideju_dienorastis.htm时,我曾考虑过向孩子介绍所有可能的工作的方法。

[ruta], how the book would let people make money? Provide the choices? I've thought about something along the lines of introducing kids with all possible jobs when writing this, however, I think just presenting all possible jobs is not a good way to facilitate thinking. Instead, it seems like a way to restrict thinking.

Ah.. and, the whole 'Book on Future of Jobs' - very cliché idea. A problem? Just write a book on it. Not very creative, not a solution that would present some innovative new principle.


这本书可能类似于[“人们整天做什么?” ](http://www.amazon.co.uk/What-Do-People-All-Day/dp/0007353693“ http:// www.amazon.co.uk/What-Do-People-All-Day/dp/0007353693“)由Richard Scarry撰写。

The book could be similar to "What Do People Do All Day?" written by Richard Scarry.


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