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Ibrahim Cesar
Works at Germinadora
Attended Faculdades Integradas Claretianas
Lives in São Paulo
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Networks and collaborative production models have led to the destabilization of the firm and the potential reorganization of the entire services sector.
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His Bill Cosby joke made him go viral. But the first comedian to ever cover The FADER was already destined for greatness on his own terms.
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Researchers are on the trail of a mysterious connection between number theory, algebra and string theory
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This ebook compiles awesome outtakes from SXSW2015. Written by @Briansolis and illustrated by @gapingvoid, it captures why you should be very sorry you failed to get to Austin this year:) This is another in our series of ebooks that can make your ideas come alive.
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Also signs of narcissism and self-objectification.
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A era digital fez o ser humano desaprender a expressar e reconhecer emoções. Chegou a hora de todo mundo voltar à escola para aprender empatia e interagir de verdade
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Here is the kit for my recent graph theory project:

Math for eight-year-olds: graph theory for kids! 
http://jdh.hamkins.org/math-for-eight-year-olds/

Print out to double-sided, and then fold each page in half. Place the folded pages one after the other (not nested) inside the cover page.
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From Stonehenge to Silicon Valley: how technology nurtured New Age ideas in a world supposedly stripped of its magic
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1. Don't text us and ask us to be ready to hang out in 10 minutes.
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The global demand for plain old sand is so high that mafias around the world are killing and dying for the stuff.
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Education
  • Faculdades Integradas Claretianas
    Comunicação Social - Hab. em Publicidade e Propaganda, 2009 - 2012
  • Instituto Faber-Ludens
    Arquitetura da Informação
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At the intersection of technology and liberal arts. At heart I’m an explorer and strategist. Change in technology, society and business is what fascinates me.

Acordo. Onde estou? Reflito. Não só reflito, como também me questiono: - Onde estou? - No entanto, esta pergunta não tem nenhum sentido, pois sei exatamente qual é a resposta. Aqui é a minha vida. O cotidiano da minha existência. Algo subordinado à existência real denominada eu. Aqui é um lugar em que, tendo eu aprovado ou não certas ocorrências, fatos e circunstâncias, elas se tornaram parte de minha existência. - Haruki Murakami resumindo o estar-no-mundo.

Não faz muito tempo eu li no livro “Planejamento Estratégico Digital” do Felipe Morais a seguinte frase que me deixou pensando: “O planner deve resolver os problemas do mundo”. Ta aí, esse é o emprego que eu sempre quis. Há em mim essa urgência em mudar o mundo. Eu quero que as coisas sejam melhores. Mas não existe mudança alguma sem que ela comece dentro de nós mesmos. E para isso eu tenho que estudar pessoas.

Entender as pessoas não é uma tarefa fácil. Além de cada uma delas insistir em ser diferente uma das outras, elas estão sujeitas a tantos estímulos diferentes que temos uma tarefa um pouco parecida com a Rainha Vermelha do “Alice Através dos Espelhos”: temos que continuar correndo para nos mantermos no mesmo lugar. Mas é claro, amo correr. Corra, Forrest, Corra!

Acredito nas palavras de Ortega y Gasset de que "eu sou eu mais minha circunstâncias", então é necessário a análise destas circunstâncias como uma forma de entender o que se está passando com o nosso mundo e as pessoas que vivem nele e se torna uma verdadeira jornada de auto-conhecimento. Estudar o que nos torna tão únicos, regras, leis e rituais que emergem deste contexto e que moldam a forma com que sentimos, nos expressamos e consumimos.

Citando Nelson Rodrigues - e já devo adiantar, faço muitas citações - de que "o ser humano é mais interessante do que a Via Láctea", gosto de colorir as descobertas com as minhas próprias impressões a respeito do mundo que nos cerca, esperando ouvir outras vozes para coletivamente criarmos um mosaico do real.

Aceito pessoas que queiram correr comigo e se maravilhar com o enigma do mundo.

Bragging rights
Escrevi um livro de ficção "EQM", apresentei papers acadêmicos, em 2007 tive o quarto blog mais popular do Brasil segundo o IDG Now!, o 1001 Gatos de Schrodinger, Palmeirense
Work
Occupation
Co-Fundador Blumpa & Partner Germinadora
Skills
Product Management, Content Strategy, UX, Community Management
Employment
  • Germinadora
    Partner, 2014 - present
  • Blumpa
    Co-Fundador, 2013 - 2015
  • Influentio
    CCO & Founder, 2012 - 2014
  • Luxfacta Soluções de TI
    12 - 2013
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Currently
São Paulo
Previously
Rio Claro - São Paulo, República Federativa do Brasil
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King of Clickbait | The New Yorker
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Andrew Marantz profiles Emerson Spartz, a digital-media guru profiting from the cat photos, catchy headlines, and GIFs that fill your Facebo

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