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O gengibre-magnífico ou sorvetão é uma planta herbácea tipicamente tropical que pode ser encontrada crescendo naturalmente nas florestas ao sul da Tailândia. Suas hastes surgem ao longo do forte rizoma, são eretas, semelhantes a cana, e podem alcançar cerca de 1,5 a 2 metros de altura. Suas folhas são verdes, longas e aveludadas na página inferior.




Lanterna Chinesa

A lanterna-chinesa é um aarbusto bastante rústico e de constituição semi-lenhosa. Apresenta os ramos recurvados para baixo, como se estes fossem pesados. As flores de tonalidade alaranjada, são muito delicadas e bonitas, sustentadas por um pedúnculo também pendente.


Flor de Jade – Foto: A Paisagem dos dias

Flor de Jade 

Muita gente geralmente se refere à flor de jade como a planta da sorte, da amizade ou do dinheiro. Ela é uma suculenta que tem flores brancas ou cor de rosa. É uma planta perene com galhos grossos e folhas carnudas, grossas e arredondadas. Elas crescem em pares opostos ao longo dos galhos e têm esse nome da cor brilhante de suas folhas, que lembram a cor do jade. Algumas variações da planta podem desenvolver uma matiz vermelha nas folhas quando expostas a muita luz solar.


Flor de Jade


 Hoya, flor de Porcelana ou flor de cera

A flor-de-cera é uma trepadeira perene, de textura semi-herbácea e ramagem pouco ramificada. Apresenta folhas opostas, coriáceas, carnosas e espessas, com pecíolo curto. Ocorrem ainda variedades de folhas retorcidas e de folhas variegadas de branco ou amarelo. As inflorescências são do tipo umbela, axilares, pendentes, como pequenos buquês carregados de flores cerosas, brancas a rosadas, em forma de estrela e delicadamente perfumadas. A floração ocorre na primavera.


Hoya carnosa.


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  2. A History of the Future of News: What 1767 Tells Us About 2110Eric Newton – Senior adviser to the president of the John s. and James L. Knight Foundation I found tonight’s lecture to be both the most intriguing and the most enjoyable “ See Monday” by far. What really caught my attention were the strange coincidences Mr. Newton presented. In 1767 the new New York was predicted to contain many tall buildings made of stone (skyscrapers) and ships (steamboats). Ideas for modern technology like Skype, the IPad, and the cell phone were derived from movies, which in fact were not based on realistic events, like “The Jetsons”, “Space Odyssey”, and “Star Trek”, respectively. This indeed proves Newton’s closing statement, “if you think of the future and it makes sense, it’s not correct.” In a way, the more radical the idea, the more likely it is to actually occur. With technology seeming to advance every new generation, this leads to new ways of retrieving and reporting the news. By the year 2120, if this pattern persists, new media forms, awakenings, and crises will continue to accelerate beyond our current World War 3.0 to World War 4.0. In this period, Newton predicts that like the arguments and attacks going on in the cyber world today (World War 3.0) will be between humans and non-humans in World War 4.0; Machines will evolve beyond humans. Therefore, it is wise to take an interest in digital media, learn its history and its features, make friends with people who speak “tech.”

  3. This week’s Must See Monday was Eric Newton and he spoke on the history of the Future of News and what the past will tell us about the future when it comes to news. To start off, Mr. Newton is the founder of Newseum, which is a very popular website. He has a very impressive resume and began the night by talking about how amazing our school is and how we should be very proud of our school. He started with four points that we should know about when it comes to the news. 1. We are in the digital age and no one knows how its really going to come out. 2. Science fiction is becoming a bigger influence in our society when it comes to journalism. 3. Undiscovered patterns in history of news, every american generation grew up with different form of media 4. People in their 20s play key roles in inventing news media. He then went on to talk about each news age we have been through over time including the visual, language, mass media and digital ages. Next he discussed the main chunk of his presentation, about where media has been and where it is going in the future. It started with the compromise generation of pamphlet news to the progressive generation of the associated press. Society then moved on to the G.I. generation of photography in print and tabloids, to Generation X with tv newscasts, and today’s cyber generation of mobile and social media. He then went on to talk about the future and our society would look like when it came to what kind of media would be dominant. It began with the visionary generation of intelligent media, went on to the hybrid generation of bio media, then the courageous generation of hyper media, and finally the enlightened generation of omni media. Mr. Newton really made me think about what news would be like in the future and how its changes would affect our society. The lecture also made me think that our journalism when it comes to tv news and print was going to become obsolete which made me somewhat depressed because he made it feel like there was nothing we could do to keep our favorite kinds of journalism around. Some of my favorite quotes from the night included, “Think crazy when predicting the future,” “Today we’re jut scratching the surface of the digital age,” and “To get to this future, someone has to shape it.” Mr. Newton concluded the night by sharing 10 things that mass communication majors can do to keep up with our changing society. A few of my favorites included, watch a lot more science fiction, understand the past and present of news, master computer assisted reporting/design and teach digital media fluency, and develop sources for covering world war 3.0. Overall, this was definitely the most interesting must see monday by far, but it also made me worry about the future more than any other lecture, but I’m pretty sure that’s what Mr. Newton wanted us to get out of his lecture. I will definitely start thinking more about the future of news and how I can keep up with it.

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  5. Last night’s movie “The Pelican Brief,” was both suspenseful and intriguing. It is an action thriller that keeps you on your toes the whole time. Two supreme court Justices are murdered and a brief is written by Darby Shaw, who is played by Julia Roberts. This Pelican Brief is passed along to first a college professor then an FBI agent. The Brief contains the names of people in the White House who may have had reason to want the Supreme Court Justices dead. Darby Shaw, along with help from Gray Grantham who is played by Denzel Washington go on am relentless dangerous search for truth. After many near fatal encounters with hit-men and attackers Darby and Gray uncover the true culprit behind the assassinations. I really enjoyed this movie from not only an entertainment approach but a journalistic one as well. Darby Shaw and Gray Grantham provide a great example of investigative journalism. They both hold ethics and truth over everything even given the life threatening circumstances. The movie also demonstrates a kind of inverted triangle approach given that the murders are committed at the beginning of the movie rather than the end. I thoroughly enjoyed last night’s movie choice.

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