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Wireframes Magazine Eric Boisseau - Expert Conseil en multimédia et loisirs numériqu DevBlog : développement web Tous les produits - Cink Cours d'Algorithmique - Christophe Darmangeat Partie 1 Introduction a l’Algorithmique « Un langage de programmation est une convention pour donner des ordres à un ordinateur. Ce n’est pas censé être obscur, bizarre et plein de pièges subtils. Ca, ce sont les caractéristiques de la magie. » - Dave Small « C'est illogique, Capitaine » - Mr Spock L’algorithmique est un terme d’origine arabe, comme algèbre, amiral ou zénith. Ainsi, l’algo n’est pas « rythmique », à la différence du bon rock’n roll. Alors, ne confondez pas l’algorithmique avec l’agglo rythmique, qui consiste à poser des parpaings en cadence. Avez-vous déjà ouvert un livre de recettes de cuisine ? Plus fort : avez-vous déjà indiqué un chemin à un touriste égaré ? Comme quoi, l’algorithmique n’est pas un savoir ésotérique réservé à quelques rares initiés touchés par la grâce divine, mais une aptitude partagée par la totalité de l’humanité. Un algorithme, c’est une suite d’instructions, qui une fois exécutée correctement, conduit à un résultat donné.

Jean-Marie NTT Docomo Reveals Scrap Wood Cell Phone Concept We’ve covered wooden gadgets before, but NTT Docomo‘s TOUCH WOOD concept phone is possibly the first wood-encased smart phone ever. The phone, developed in conjunction with Sharp, Olympus, and a reforestation project called “more trees,” contains surplus wood from forest-thinning operations in the Kochi prefecture of Japan. The Japanese cell phone giant’s phone uses three-dimension compression molding to resist bugs, mildew, and water. Each handset retains an air of originality, featuring the natural coloring and grain patterns of the wood sans artificial colors. Presumably, potential buyers would be more likely to hold on to their phones longer–wood has much more of a feeling of permanence than plastic. No word on when or if the cell phone will be released commercially, but NTT Docomo will show off the concept at the ITU Telecom World 2009 conference and SEATEC Japan, both in October. + NTT Docomo Via DVICE

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