Excel 2003

Estava procurando na net alguma vídeo-aula que explicasse as funcionalidades básicas do Microsoft Excel, que diga-se de passagem, é muito cobrado em qualquer concurso que tenha informática nas matérias das provas, e acabei encontrando essas aulas muito bem elaboradas pelo professor Michel Fabiano.

Português em MP3

São 40 Faixas ao todo cada uma tratando de um assunto específico da língua portuguesa com um tempo total aproximando em 6 horas e meia de aulas! Este pacote contempla 6 CD’s de gramática da língua portuguesa abrangendo desde a simples ortografia até a interpretação de um texto.
Gênero: Educacional
Gravadora: Emi
Origem: Nacional
Codec do Áudio: MP3
Tamanho do Arquivo: Aprox. 64 MB Total

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BBC Predators - Parte 6

Natural Born Predators
Some predators are born knowing what to do, pre-programmed for the kill — others need a lifetime of learning. What does it take to become a predator?

BBC Predators - Parte - 6
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BBC Predators - Parte 5

Mass Attack
Ferocious, alien giant hornets in Japan swarm together to devastate a hive of bees. But this tactic can also work for prey — we see how a million starlings create an awe-insiring spectacle as they confuse attacking peregrine falcons.

BBC Predators - Parte - 5
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BBC Predators - Parte 4

The Skills To Survive
The race between predator and prey is a close thing — escape can be as likely as kill as the prey runs for its life. In the battles for survival predators use an impressive array of hardware and senses. But, unless they use the right strategy and tactics, they have little chance of success.

BBC Predators - Parte - 4
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BBC Predators - Parte 3

Special Agents
An octopus carries a hidden cache of devastating power tools whilst, in the desert, corolla spiders build beautiful but deadly quartz minefields. Torpedo rays blast prey with electric stun guns. There’s even an expert safe-cracker: the aye-aye, which listens for its prey as it taps its way along a branch.

BBC Predators - Parte - 3
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BBC Predators - Parte 2

Nowhere To Hide
Enter a realm of senses that we can only marvel at. In whick seek and destroy experts detect even the faintest clues and where a breath, a footstep, a heart-beat, even an electrical pulse is enough to sign a death warrant.
See how hammerhead sharks use their heads like metal detectors to locate buried fish by the minute electrical fields they generate and how the star-nosed mole, probably the most bizarre looking predator of all, has the greatest sense of touch in the animal kingdom. Our familiar world grows alien as we discover how predators really seek out their prey.

BBC Predators - Parte - 2
English | Xvid | 640×480 | Ac3 | 192kbps | ~350 Mb | RS.com

BBC Predators - Parte 1

The Ultimate Predators
These are nature’s most charismatic killers. Breathtaking images from a miniaturised camera attached to a golden eagle show how it twists through the skies and hurtles across the ground to dispatch its quarry with extraordinary speed. The great white shark’s most dangerous attack behaviour is deconstructed and explained. So too is the explosive strike strategy of the Nile crocodile. But predators don’t always have it all their own way — one mistake and the predator’s edge can be lost through injury, which prey can exploit.

BBC Predators - Parte - 1
English | Xvid | 640×480 | Ac3 | 192kbps | ~350 Mb | RS.com