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Ricardo Almeida
I'm a Psychologist and I love. Many things, many people.
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Well, it’s not often that you see an entire country on one single photo, especially one that has as much to offer as Portugal!
Tout un pays sur une seule photo, ce n’est pas tous les jours ;) D’habitude je zoome sur le Portugal qui offre une belle diversité de paysages, mais pour célébrer la révolution des Œillets et son message démocratique, quoi de mieux qu’une vue d’ensemble ?
Credits: ESA/NASA

Foto de Thomas Pesquet / Flickr.
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/thom_astro/32474814421/]
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Android apps are coming to Chromebooks, and now we get to re-watch the full announcement from Google I/O!

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This new Google app looks cool. You should check it out, especially if you have kids. (But even if you don't.)

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.forscience.whistlepunk
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Today we publicly announced the Google Assistant. This piece is a fairly thoughtful discussion of what that means, and what an "AI-driven" world, with your assistant always available to you, may mean.

For those who have been wondering what I've been working on, or what the "ambient computing" I've referred to is, this is it. I've also updated my profile since I can finally say what my real job is: head of infrastructure for the Google Assistant. I'm tremendously excited about this, and think these technologies have the power to profoundly change the world for the better. 

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Ilha Deserta (ou Barreta) [Parque Natural da Ria Formosa] - Faro, Algarve (Portugal).

A ilha Deserta é uma das mais bem conservadas e menos frequentadas praias do Algarve. É uma área completamente desabitada da ria Formosa. Raro santuário, a ilha Deserta convida à tranquilidade e ao descanso.
Cerca de 10 km de silêncio e sossego caracterizam a ilha Deserta, onde tudo parece encaixar-se perfeitamente entre mundos tão distintos como a terra, o mar e o ar.
O acesso faz-se por mar, a partir do sugestivo cais da Porta do Sol, em Faro. Vale sempre a pena atravessar os labirintos de areia e vasa da ria Formosa e o barco serpenteia por canais e bancos de sapal. Pelo caminho há que prestar atenção às diversas aves que por aqui se alimentam, como os graciosos flamingos.
O cordão dunar mantém preservada a sua vegetação original bem como a capacidade de abrigar fauna, sobretudo aves: borrelhos, garajaus, andorinhas do mar, gaivinas ou chilretas podem aqui nidificar tranquilamente, longe dos predadores naturais.
A partir do porto de embarque é possível fazer um percurso de natureza sobre um passadiço de madeira, construído com sulipas de caminho de ferro. Para nascente a ilha ganha robustez, configurando o cabo de St.ª Maria, o extremo meridional de Portugal Continental.
[Fonte: Turismo do Algarve]

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Can a new language give you a different personality? According to our friend Federico — YES! #Learning a new language liberates you from your habitual ways of thinking: "In #English...I feel like my mind is riding alpacas, sliding down rainbows, having a sugar rush from a six-layer wedding cake."

#Languages #BabbelLanguages #Learning #Illustration
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