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Bertrand Russell - Message for future generations: http://youtu.be/IJcqP9fGBSk
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Our world is so full of wonders that new and amazing places are discovered every day, be that by professional…
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"I used to think that I wanted to live in a rich country, and then I started thinking I wanted to live in a happy country, but I began to realize, it's not enough. I don't want to live in a rich country. I don't want to live in a fast-growing or competitive country. I want to live in a good country, and I so, so hope that you do too."
It's an unexpected side effect of globalization: problems that once would have stayed local—say, a bank lending out too much money—now have consequences worldwide. But still, countries operate independently, as if alone on the planet. Policy advisor Simon Anholt has dreamed up an unusual scale to get governments thinking outwardly: The Good Country Index. In a riveting and funny talk, he answers the question, "Which country does the most good?" T...
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Sounds like fools paradise. Doesn't matter where u live battle is always within. .
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" You're going to swallow a pill and know English. You're going to swallow a pill and know Shakespeare. And the way to do it is through the bloodstream. So once it's in your bloodstream, it basically goes through it and gets into the brain, and when it knows that it's in the brain in the different pieces, it deposits it in the right places. So it's ingesting."
Nicholas Negroponte, founder of the MIT Media Lab, delivered his first TED talk in 1984 and, "with surprising accuracy," made five predictions for the future. Of course, 30 years ago, naysayers...
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Going to swallow a pill thinking it is an aspirin for my headache and suddenly speak swahili instead. LOL
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“Children are not born simply good or bad and we should never give up on them. They need adults who will help them become caring, respectful, and responsible for their communities at every stage of their childhood,”
Think your kids are being raised to be kind? Think again. A Harvard researcher and psychologist has 5 ways to train your child to be kind and empathetic.
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"I used to think that I wanted to live in a rich country, and then I started thinking I wanted to live in a happy country, but I began to realize, it's not enough. I don't want to live in a rich country. I don't want to live in a fast-growing or competitive country. I want to live in a good country, and I so, so hope that you do too."
It's an unexpected side effect of globalization: problems that once would have stayed local—say, a bank lending out too much money—now have consequences worldwide. But still, countries operate independently, as if alone on the planet. Policy advisor Simon Anholt has dreamed up an unusual scale to get governments thinking outwardly: The Good Country Index. In a riveting and funny talk, he answers the question, "Which country does the most good?" T...
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" You're going to swallow a pill and know English. You're going to swallow a pill and know Shakespeare. And the way to do it is through the bloodstream. So once it's in your bloodstream, it basically goes through it and gets into the brain, and when it knows that it's in the brain in the different pieces, it deposits it in the right places. So it's ingesting."
Nicholas Negroponte, founder of the MIT Media Lab, delivered his first TED talk in 1984 and, "with surprising accuracy," made five predictions for the future. Of course, 30 years ago, naysayers...
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" You're going to swallow a pill and know English. You're going to swallow a pill and know Shakespeare. And the way to do it is through the bloodstream. So once it's in your bloodstream, it basically goes through it and gets into the brain, and when it knows that it's in the brain in the different pieces, it deposits it in the right places. So it's ingesting."
Nicholas Negroponte, founder of the MIT Media Lab, delivered his first TED talk in 1984 and, "with surprising accuracy," made five predictions for the future. Of course, 30 years ago, naysayers...
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I think he's too optimistic, but perhaps I will be proved wrong.
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Dave Burke:
" When we are working, there are sort of two outputs. We’re building a Nexus device and we’re building the open source code. There is no way you can build the open source code without the phone or tablet or whatever you are building. You have to live and breathe the code you are developing.

You can’t build a platform in the abstract, you have to build a device (or devices). So, I don’t think can can or will ever go away. And then, I think Nexus is also interesting in that it is a way of us explaining how we think Android should run. It is a statement, almost a statement of purity in some respects. I don’t see why we would ever turn away from that, it wouldn’t make sense."
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  • London Business School
    Masters in Finance, 2007 - 2008
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    Production Engineering, 1999 - 2003
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The 10,000 Hour Rule Is Wrong and Perpetuates a Cruel Myth
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A decade ago, Magnus Carlsen, who at the time was only 13 years old, created a sensation in the chess world when he defeated former world ch

Four simple ways to earn the trust of others
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What does it take to earn the trust of others? As it turns out, the answer is quite simple.

This is how much every NATO member spends on its military
www.businessinsider.com

The US spent around three times more on its military than anybody else.

Chimpanzee grunts mean more than you think
www.theverge.com

For the first time ever, animals have been observed changing their call for a particular object — something comparable in human language to

Empreiteiras cobram punição de políticos - Política - Estadão
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Grupos empresariais atuam nos bastidores para que processos da Lava Jato cheguem a autoridades ligadas a partidos e ao governo federal

This beer tells you how much to drink to boost your creativity
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When you've been stuck on a problem or that creative spark just won't come, the chances are you've turned to a cup of coffee to get things m

Ex-gerente Venina diz ter discutido com Graça Foster sobre irregularidad...
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A ex-gerente-executiva da Diretoria de Abastecimento da Petrobras Venina Velosa da Fonseca afirmou na noite deste domingo que informou sobre

Auditoria interna na Petrobras vê cartel e descontrole em refinaria - 15...
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Auditoria interna da Petrobras indica descontrole nas obras da refinaria Abreu e Lima, em Pernambuco, investigada na Operação Lava Jato. A a

É um erro achar que Brasil precisa de mais mercado, diz Piketty - 28/11/...
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No dia em que o governo brasileiro oficializou um novo ministro da Fazenda simpático ao mercado, o economista francês Thomas Piketty, autor

Researchers Announce Advance in Image-Recognition Software
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Scientists have created artificial intelligence software able to recognize the content of photos and videos with such accuracy than it can s

What Leaders Really Do
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They don’t make plans; they don’t solve problems; they don’t even organize people. What leaders really do is prepare organizations for chang

Ambiente legal, descontraido. Uma parte eh aberta (excelente no calor). Faixa etária acima dos 30. Boas porções e bebidas! Ah, quartas as noites são boas, agitadas!
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O hotel é bem arrumado, "bonitinho", seguro, limpo, o quarto eh legal. Tem manobrista. No centro de Ribeirão, mas o local é tranquilo. Barato, R$ 89 (dez/2011. O Ibis sai por R$139, pra comparação). Na realidade fica na: Rua Coronel Luiz da Cunha, 404 - Ribeirão Preto
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