About Mario Franco

Mario made studies in philosophy. His background is linked to the associative structures in different areas from youth to development and environment. Later on he dedicated to public policy, focussing on Information and Communication Technologies. As from 1995 he has been involved in eInclusion projects and programs at national and international level.

Public Notes


Recent Activity

  • Mario shared from Wilson by A. Scott Berg
    Wilson took offense, telling his secretary, Charles Swem, “War isn’t declared in the name of God; it is a human affair entirely.”
    Note: “War isn’t declared in the name of God; it is a human affair entirely.”
  • Mario shared from Wilson by A. Scott Berg
    “Our banking laws must mobilize reserves; must not permit the concentration anywhere in a few hands of the monetary resources of the country or their use for speculative purposes in such volume as to hinder or impede or stand in the way of other more legitimate, more fruitful uses.”
    Note: “Our banking laws...
  • Mario shared from Wilson by A. Scott Berg
    “what this country needs above everything else is a body of laws which will look after the men who are on the make rather than the men who are already made.”
    Note: “what this country needs above everything else is a body of laws which will look after the men who are on the make rather than the men who are already made.”
  • Mario shared from Wilson by A. Scott Berg
    “The Presidency of the United States is not an office for which a man can start out and declare he is fitted. On the other hand no man can refuse such a nomination for the office if it be offered him.”
    Note: “The Presidency of the United States is not an office for which a man can start out and declare he is fitted. On the other hand no man can refuse such a nomination for the office if it be offered him.”
  • Mario shared from Creating a Learning Society: A New Approach to Growth, Development, and Social Progress (Kenneth Arrow Lecture Series) by Joseph E. Stiglitz
    Changes in technology affect what and how we learn (and what and how we should learn).
    Note: Technology and Learning Processes
(Lisboa, PORTUGAL)
Mario Franco