Friday, August 26, 2011 The Emperor’s Garden The Emperor instructed the gardener to set up the new court’s garden. “I want you to plant five trees growing the Crataan fruit,” the Emperor said, “Because we asked people what fruit they like best, and most named the Crataan fruit!” The gardener replied, “Emperor, that is excellent thinking! But let me make some suggestions: First, how about we make one of the five trees bear the Muran fruit.
Suivez le geekComment s’est déroulée la naissance du projet Les Sentinelles ? Julien Mokrani: Delcourt m’a envoyé la BD pendant que je finissais le court sur Welcome to Hoxford qu’ils éditent aussi en France. Dès les premières pages, ça a été immédiat : c’est une histoire qui est née pour être vue et vécue sur grand écran. J’ai alors commencé à travailler dessus et à faire beaucoup de recherche historique, iconographique.
Matt Cutts: Gadgets, Google, and SEORecently I’ve seen several interesting conversations about ad blocking, and I wanted to remind people about a great offering called Google Contributor. With Google Contributor, you contribute a certain amount of money each month. That subscription means that you see fewer ads on the web, and you support the sites that you visit with your money.
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Google Reader joins graveyard of dead Google productsIt’s hard to lose a loved one, especially if that loved one is a Google service. That’s why we’re opening the gates of the Google Graveyard, a virtual space for grieving. Buried in these hallowed grounds are some of Google’s ill-fated services.lapse: Landsat Satellite Images of Climate Change, via Google Earth EngineTIME and Space | By Jeffrey Kluger Spacecraft and telescopes are not built by people interested in what’s going on at home. Rockets fly in one direction: up. Telescopes point in one direction: out.
Time to back away from the cookie jar? Introducing nutrition info in searchFiguring out how to make smart choices about some of our favorite foods can often be a cumbersome and daunting process. So we’re hoping we can make those choices a little bit easier: starting today you will be able to quickly and easily find extensive nutrition information for over 1,000 fruits, vegetables, meats and meals in search. From the basics of potatoes and carrots to more complex dishes like burritos and chow mein, you can simply ask, “How much protein is in a banana?”