segunda-feira, outubro 31, 2011

PORTO The North of Portugal

Porto, Portugal
The town that put the 'Port' in Portugal (as well as the port in your wine glass) is a seriously good deal. Connected with much of Europe via budget airlines, Porto is a lovely town of atmospheric narrow lanes, village-like plazas and buildings decked in azuelo tile. You can stay in antique-filled inns with river views from just €25 (US$37.75), take a ride on an historical tram (€1; US$1.40) or head to the beach near Afurada village by ferry (€1). A few hours east is the traditional wine district of Alto Douro, where you cruise in a flat-bottomed boat (€20; US$28.50) and sleep in 200-year-old homes (€60; US$86). And did we mention the port?

sábado, outubro 08, 2011

O maior hacker do mundo

mudando as placas e semaforos por: smile e :)

fazendo uma ponte levantar com um PDA e fazer os carros esperarem por
um bom tempo

envia a mesma mensagem para todas as mulheres do bar AO MESMO TEMPO !

invade emissora de tv AO VIVO e muda a velocidade do AUTOCUE (onde
passa o texto do apresentado)

no trabalho invade o computador do companheiro na frente do chefe e
coloca um jogo na tela (hilario)xD

faz do quarto de sua casa o teto conversivel de um porche abrir

faz as chegadas e saidas do metro mudarem

maria guedes lisboa


terça-feira, outubro 04, 2011

Porto 2º Concentração Anual do Clube Classic MINI Porto 

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Avenida dos Aliados – Frente à Câmara Municipal do Porto 

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música de Terry Riley

Terry Riley
Born in Colfax, California, Riley studied at Shasta College, San Francisco State University, and the San Francisco Conservatory before earning an MA in composition at the University of California, Berkeley, studying with Seymour Shifrin and Robert Erickson. He was involved in the experimental San Francisco Tape Music Center working with Morton Subotnick, Steve Reich, Pauline Oliveros, and Ramon Sender. His most influential teacher, however, was Pandit Pran Nath (1918–1996), a master of Indian classical voice, who also taught La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela. Riley made numerous trips to India over the course of their association to study and to accompany him on tabla, tambura, and voice. Throughout the 1960s he traveled frequently around Europe as well, taking in musical influences and supporting himself by playing in piano bars, until he joined the Mills College faculty in 1971 to teach Indian classical music. Riley was awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Music at Chapman University in 2007.

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