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Catarinense de Blumenau, nascido em 8 de outubro de 1944, Engenheiro ela EFEI (Itajubá, 1968), Mestrado em Engenharia Elétrica na UFSC (Florianópolis), 1972, Mestre em 1974. Diretor de Planejamento e Engenharia da URBS, Urbanização de Curitiba S.A., de 1986 a 1988; Diretor de Operação da COPEL de 1991 a 1993; Presidente da COPEL de 1993 a 1994. Presidente da ACESA, “Associação Nacional das Empresas Estaduais de Energia Elétrica”, Ano: 1994. Prestei serviços de consultoria para PriceWaterhouse and Cooper sobre o novo modelo para o setor elétrico; atuei como consultor da Iguaçu Celulose e Papel e da Automat; fui presidente do Instituto Automat de P&D.  Engenheiro da Companhia Paranaense de Energia no período: 1966 (11 de dezembro) a 1995 (1 de agosto).Professor de Engenharia:  Sistemas de Potência, Materiais Elétricos na Universidade Federal do Paraná — UFPR, no período: 1975 A 1976. Professor de Engenharia: Análise de Problemas Operacionais no Centro Federal de Tecnologia do Paraná — CEFET no período: 1977 a 1981. Professor em Engenharia Elétrica na Universidade Tuiuti no período: julho de 2001 até março de 2003.  

quinta-feira, 23 de abril de 2015

Umberto Eco Biografia y Pensamientos

Enviado em 31 de jul de 2009
Documental acerca de la vida y pensamienos del filósofo contemporáneo Umberto Eco, realizado por un grupo de estudiantes del ITLA en la materia de razonamiento crítico. Este video abarca parcialmente las teorias de Eco sobre la belleza y fealdad ademas de su concepto sobre la música electrónica.

quarta-feira, 19 de março de 2014

Luc Ferry - Fronteiras do Pensamento



Publicado em 16/08/2012
Luc Ferry é um filosofo e cientista social francês contemporâneo. Ex-ministro da educação em seu país natal (entre 2002 e 2004), e defensor ferrenho do movimento de laicização.
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sábado, 1 de março de 2014

Paulo Freire - An Incredible Conversation

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Gore Vidal: Author Biography, Essays, History, Novels, Style, Favorite Books - Interview (2000)



Publicado em 25/08/2013
Eugene Luther Gore Vidal (/ˌɡɔr vɨˈdɑːl/; born Eugene Louis Vidal, October 3, 1925 -- July 31, 2012) was an American writer known for his essays, novels, screenplays, and Broadway plays. As a well-known public intellectual, he was known for his patrician manner and witty aphorisms. Vidal's grandfather was the U.S. Senator Thomas Gore of Oklahoma.

Vidal was a lifelong Democrat; he ran for political office twice and was a longtime political commentator. As well known for his essays as his novels, Vidal wrote for The Nation, New Statesman, the New York Review of Books and Esquire. Vidal's major subject was America, and through his essays and media appearances he was a longtime critic of American foreign policy. He developed this into a portrayal of the United States as a decaying empire from the 1980s onwards. He was also known for his well-publicized spats with such figures as Norman Mailer, William F. Buckley, Jr., and Truman Capote.
His most widely regarded social novel was Myra Breckinridge; his best known historical novels included Julian, Burr, and Lincoln. His third novel, The City and the Pillar (1948), outraged conservative critics as one of the first major American novels to feature unambiguous homosexuality. Vidal always rejected the terms of "homosexual" and "heterosexual" as inherently false, claiming that the vast majority of individuals had the potential to be pansexual. His screenwriting credits included the epic historical drama Ben-Hur (1959), into which he claimed he had written a "gay subplot." Ben-Hur won the Academy Award for Best Picture.

At the time of his death, he was the last of a generation of American writers who had served during World War II, including J. D. Salinger, Kurt Vonnegut, Norman Mailer, and Joseph Heller. Perhaps best remembered for his caustic wit, he has been described as the 20th century's answer to Oscar Wilde.

Media appearances:
CBS Reports: The Homosexuals (1967)
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (1976 — 7 episodes) — as himself
Profile of a Writer: Gore Vidal — RM Productions (1979 documentary film)
Gore Vidal: The Man Who Said No (1983 documentary film)
Weekend In Wallop (1984)
Vidal in Venice — Antelope Films for Channel Four Television (1987 documentary film)
Bob Roberts — as Senator Brickley Paiste (1992 film)
With Honors — Plays the pessimistic and right-wing Prof. Pitkannan (1994 film)
The Celluloid Closet (1995 documentary film)[103]
Gattaca — Plays Director Josef in science-fiction film (1997)
Shadow Conspiracy — Plays Congressman Paige Political Thriller (1997)
Igby Goes Down (2001 film) — School headmaster (uncredited)
The Education of Gore Vidal (2003) Documentary by Deborah Dickson, aired in the US on PBS
Thinking XXX (2004 documentary)
Da Ali G Show (2004 TV)
Why We Fight (2005 film)
Inside Deep Throat (2005 film)
One Bright Shining Moment (2005 film)
Trailer for a Remake of Gore Vidal's Caligula (2005 spoof trailer)
Foreign Correspondent — with former NSW premier Bob Carr
The U.S. Versus John Lennon (2006 film)
Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra concert, August 2, 2007 — Narrated Aaron Copland's Lincoln Portrait (conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas) from a wheelchair.
The Henry Rollins Show (2007 TV)
The Simpsons episode: "Moe'N'a Lisa"
Family Guy episode: "Mother Tucker"
Alex Jones radio show
Jon Wiener's radio program in Los Angeles
Terrorstorm: Final Cut Special Edition (2007)
Lateline — ABC Television Australia Interview (May 2, 2008)
Democracy Now — interview: on the Bush Presidency, History and the "United States of Amnesia" (May 14, 2008)
The South Bank Show (May 18, 2008)
Hardtalk — BBC News (May 22, 2008)
The Andrew Marr Show (May 25, 2008)
The US is not a republic anymore (June, 2008)
Zero: An Investigation Into 9/11 (June, 2008)
Interview on the BBC's US Presidential Election Coverage with David Dimbleby (November 04, 2008)
"Writer Against the Grain": Gore Vidal in conversation with Jay Parini at the 2009 Key West Literary Seminar (audio, 59:09)
Real Time with Bill Maher (April 10, 2009)
Shrink (2009 film)
"Gore Vidal's America" on The Real News Network (December 24, 2010)
What's My Line? occasional guest panelist (early 1960s)

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terça-feira, 17 de dezembro de 2013

Salto para o Futuro - Blog




Publicado em 13/03/2012
Trecho do programa Salto para o Futuro, exibido em 01/10/2004, em que é apresentada uma experiência de uso de blog num projeto didático
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sexta-feira, 29 de novembro de 2013

História de 100 Anos da IBM - Legendado em português :)



Publicado em 14/05/2012
Este vídeo foi produzido pela IBM, contando em 10 minutos, 100 histórias que marcaram a trajetória da empresa IBM, contada por 100 pessoas. Começando a ser contada por uma pessoa de 100 anos, depois vai diminuindo a idade da pessoa de acordo com a data.

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