Le piratage va-t-il tuer la distribution de films anglophones dans les salles de ciné françaises ? — Le futur de la distribution de films en France Au-delà de toutes ces très bonnes raisons, la donnée qui sous-tend tout cela est que le piratage des films est bien plus mondialisé que l’industrie du ciné. Une sortie américaine sonne le top départ de la course contre la montre avant la disponibilité du film sur Internet, pas la sortie française. Celle-ci doit donc se caler le plus près possible de celle américaine dans le meilleur des mondes. Ce n’est pas un hasard si les majors lancent leurs principaux films en l’espace de quelques jours dans le monde entier ou si certains avancent cette sortie au maximum. Je pense notamment à “Une merveilleuse histoire du temps” qui fut avancé du 15 mars 2015 à fin janvier, sans doute pour coller à la période de remise des prix aux Etats-Unis mais aussi sans doute pour éviter de subir le piratage massif du film. D’autres facteurs influent sur cette disponibilité de plus en plus rapide, des facteurs sur lesquels les distributeurs français, surtout les plus petits, n’ont aucune prise, aucun recours :
Caption Hover Effects A tutorial on how to create some subtle and modern caption hover effects. View demo Download source Today we want to show you how to create some simple, yet stylish hover effects for image captions. The idea is to have a grid of figures and apply a hover effect to the items which will reveal a caption with the title, author and a link button. For some of the effects we will use 3D transforms. The aim is to keep the effects subtle and provide inspiration for many different variations. Please note: this only works as intended in browsers that support the respective CSS properties. The images used in the demos are Dribbble shots by talented Jacob Cummings. Let’s get started. The Markup The structure of our grid and the figures will be made of an unordered list and each item will contain a figure element. This is the default structure for all the grid examples. But first let’s define the common styles for all effects. The CSS The common styles for all the figures is the following. Effect 1 Effect 2
4 methods of adding CSS to HTML: link, embed, inline and import by Matthew James Taylor on 18 February 2009 There is more than one way to add a Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) to your HTML document. In this short tutorial I will explain the strengths and weaknesses of the four main methods. Linking to a separate CSS file This is the most common method of attaching CSS rules to an HTML document. Make sure you include the correct path to your CSS file in the href. There are many advantages to linking to a separate CSS file. Embedding CSS into the HTML You can also embed CSS rules directly into any HTML page. <style media="screen" type="text/css"> Add style rules here </style> All of your CSS rules go between the style tags. The disadvantage with this approach is the styles must be downloaded every time someone visits the page, this can cause a slightly slower browsing experience. Adding Inline CSS to HTML tags Style rules can also be added directly to any HTML element. <h2 style="color:red;background:black;">This is a red heading with a black background</h2>
17/02 - “omnipotent” hackers tied to NSA hid for 14 years—and were found at last CANCUN, Mexico — In 2009, one or more prestigious researchers received a CD by mail that contained pictures and other materials from a recent scientific conference they attended in Houston. The scientists didn't know it then, but the disc also delivered a malicious payload developed by a highly advanced hacking operation that had been active since at least 2001. The CD, it seems, was tampered with on its way through the mail. It wasn't the first time the operators—dubbed the "Equation Group" by researchers from Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab—had secretly intercepted a package in transit, booby-trapped its contents, and sent it to its intended destination. Kaspersky researchers have documented 500 infections by Equation Group in at least 42 countries, with Iran, Russia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Syria, and Mali topping the list. A long list of almost superhuman technical feats illustrate Equation Group's extraordinary skill, painstaking work, and unlimited resources.