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Oficina 5 a 7 de Setembro 2008

On 22 Aug 2008, in teacher, by ricardo




O teatro musicado contemporâneo europeu

Oficina de criação da corporeidade cênica no teatro alemãolifeforms

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On 19 May 2008, in blog, dancehacker, by ricardo
dance-tech.net, the former discussion group for dance and technology, had a major makeover and now is a social networking website thanks to Marlon Barrios Solano. Check it out. Visit dance-tech.net Go to dance-tech.net
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State University of New York 2008

On 12 May 2008, in teacher, by lynn

Letter of Recommendation

dance in pragueI am writing this letter to advise you that Ricardo Viviani is a valuable teacher to any performance program. He has taught for the State University of New York at New Paltz Study Abroad dance program in Prague and in Italy for many years. He offers, from his incredible performing experience over the years as a dancer and a choreographer of opera and musicals, a unique approach to teaching which captures the students immediately with his energy. The workshops he gave were always a high point in the program and valued highly by the students and by me. You will be very fortunate to have him as a teacher. Sincerely Lynn Barr [Director of SUNY STUDY DANCE ABROAD]
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qr cellphone readers

On 08 May 2008, in blog, dancehacker, by ricardo
What are QR Codes? QR=’Quick Response’ The hottest mobile trend in Japan right now comes in the form of these funky little two dimensional patterned barcodes. They are QR codes. They are capable of holding an entire message encoded within them whether that message be plain text, a web URL or a SMS ready to send. Here’s an example of what a QR code looks like. This QR code has the encoded URL of http://ricardoviviani.com: The great thing about a QR code is that modern consumer camera phones are shipping with the capability to scan QR codes and use them in a number of ways:
  • To instruct the phone’s WAP browser to visit a given URL
  • To send a predefined text message to a pre defined number
  • To encode a plain code text (competitions information etc…)
  • Probably a whole lot more!
The key problem that is solved by QR codes is clear. QR codes bridge the gap between text / traditional media and mobile. One of the major downsides with mobile browsers is that it’s so darned difficult, fiddly and time cosuming to enter a URL. With QR codes, all that is needed is a simple swipe. Source: mobilemarco.de
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