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Paulo Vanzolini – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

by tadeufilippini (via)
Paulo Vanzolini Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. Saltar para a navegação Saltar para a pesquisa Paulo Vanzolini Paulo Vanzolini em 2008, no palco da Virada Cultural em São Paulo Nascimento Paulo Emílio Vanzolini 25 de abril de 1924 São Paulo, São Paulo Morte 28 de abril de 2013 (89 anos) São Paulo, São Paulo Nacionalidade brasileiro Causa da morte Pneumonia Campo(s) Zoologia Paulo Emílio Vanzolini (São Paulo, 25 de abril de 1924 — São Paulo, 28 de abril de 2013) foi um zoólogo e compositor brasileiro, autor de famosas canções como "Ronda", "Volta por Cima" e "Na Boca da Noite". Foi um dos idealizadores da Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo (FAPESP) e ativo colaborador do Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de São Paulo que, com seu trabalho, aumentou a coleção de répteis de cerca de 1,2 mil para 230 mil exemplares.[1] Adaptou a Teoria dos Refúgios a partir de estudos conjuntos com o geógrafo Aziz Ab'Saber e com o norte-americano Ernest Williams. Refúgio foi o nome dado ao fenômeno detectado nas expedições de Vanzolini pela Amazônia, quando o clima chega ao extremo de liquidar com uma formação vegetal, reduzindo-a a pequenas porções. Assim formam-se espaços vazios no meio da mata fechada.


Security research tool had security problem

by alamat (via)
Security researchers and the networks they rely on were at risk of breach by the hackers they investigate, thanks to now mitigated man-in-the-middle holes in a popular plugin for analysing debugger OllyDbg.



WordPress › WordPress Popular Posts « WordPress Plugins

by simon_bricolo
With WordPress Popular Posts, you can show your visitors what are the most popular entries on your blog.


Welcome | Wordnik

by ycc2106
* An example sentence—even if we've only found one sentence for a word, we'll show it to you. (And we'll show you where the sentence came from, too! * Related words: not just synonyms and antonyms, but words that are used in the same contexts. (For instance, cheeseburger, milkshake, and doughnut are not synonyms, but they show up in the same kinds of sentences.) * Images tagged by our friends at Flickr: want to know what a "pout" looks like? We'll show you. * Statistics: how rare is "tintinnabulation"? Well, we think you'll see it only about once a year. "Smile"? You might see that word Our goal is to show you as much information as possible many times, every day. * An audio pronunciation—and you can record your own! * Something YOU tell us! Use the "Contribute" links to tell us something—anything—about a word.

SnapStream TV Trends

by ycc2106
Graph mentions of any word on national U.S. television

We Are Hunted - The Online Music Chart

by ycc2106 & 5 others
We Are Hunted is the Online Music Chart. We aggregate social networks, forums, music blogs, Torrents, P2P Networks and Twitter to develop a daily chart of the 99 most popular songs online.

Alltop, all the top stories

by ycc2106 & 5 others
Alltop is an “online magazine rack” of popular topics. We update the stories every hour. Pick a topic by searching, news category, or name, and we’ll deliver it to you 24 x 7. All the topics, all the time.


Most Viewed, Hot And Popular, Most Favorited Links

by realest (via)
Every good site haves their own favorite or most viewed pages. See the little collection of popular links


trendalicious v2.0

by springnet & 1 other
trendalicious is a real-time ranking of the 100 most popular web pages as reflected by, digg, and reddit. URLs posted to those sites are collected and ranked by their total number of votes or links.

AustinBlogger » Blog Archive » NYT: Many Tweets, One Loud Voice

by springnet
One of the best-loved twitterers, Paul Terry Walhus, a gray-haired blogger from Austin, Tex., has 9,177 friends and 1,851 followers, according to the tracking site Twitterholic.

Guest Contributors-The Page Where We Thank Commenters by Linking to Their Blogs- Blogging In College: The Gender & Pop Culture Blog Experiment

by jessiebg (via)
Links to the blogs and sites of those who have graciously volunteered time and thought to students in Gender & Pop Culture by posting comments on the students' blogs. Thank you!

A Professor Page- Blogging In College: The Gender & Pop Culture Blog Experiment

by jessiebg (via)
Jessie needs her own space to impart her wisdom (or use as an impromptu soapbox, rant, ramble, eh hem...); therefore, I used my super-professor powers to create my own blog (they're actually super-duper).

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