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L'écrivain américain de science-fiction Ray Bradbury est mort à l'âge de 91 ans à Los Angeles, a-t-on appris, mercredi 6 juin, de sa famille et de son biographe. Il est connu pour son roman Farenheit 451 (1953), classique des récits d'anticipation qui décrit une ère où la pensée serait interdite et les livres brûlés, ainsi que pour ses Chroniques martiennes (1950) et L'Homme illustré (1951). "Le monde a perdu l'un des plus grands écrivains que j'aie connus, et un des hommes les plus chers à mon cœur. Repose en paix, Ray Bradbury", a déclaré sur son compte Twitter son petit-fils, Danny Karapetian. Adapté au cinéma en 1966 par François Truffaut, Fahrenheit 451 (1953), inspiré par les autodafés nazis de livres écrits par des juifs, évoquait les dangers de la censure et du contrôle des idées dans un monde totalitaire. Ray Bradbury, l'auteur de "Fahrenheit 451", est mort
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Effects of Mindfulness Meditation Training on Multitasking in a High-Stress Information Environment | Infotention "Our brains, neuroscientists warn, are developing new circuits with a big impact on non-digital reading." “We can’t turn back,” [Doctor Maryanne] Wolf said. “We should be simultaneously reading to children from books, giving them print, helping them learn this slower mode, and at the same time steadily increasing their immersion into the technological, digital age. It’s both. We have to ask the question: What do we want to preserve?”
(Some of this was copied from BB.com, I'm just bringing it to TBN) For those who don't know, the deep web represents a gargantuan part of the internet which is not accessible through regular searches via google or other search engines. Searching on the Internet today can be compared to dragging a net across the surface of the ocean. While a great deal may be caught in the net, there is still a wealth of information that is deep, and therefore, missed. The reason is simple: Most of the Web's information is buried far down on dynamically generated sites, and standard search engines never find it. Here are some facts on The Deep Web:
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