Mes enfants ont 8 ans et 11 ans, garçons et filles (oui, j’ai des multiples…). Je tiens à ce qu’ils apprennent la culture et les bases du code informatique car je crois que le code modèle en partie la société et que ceux qui s’en sortiront le mieux seront ceux qui sauront “bidouiller” (hacker) la société et non ceux qui se feront bidouiller par elle. Bref. Comment leur donner les moyens et l’envie d’apprendre à bidouiller du code ?
IT JUST GOT way, way easier to search and browse the US Geological Survey’s collection of historical topographic maps, thanks to a new online map viewer. These maps—more than 178,000 of them—date back to 1880, and they cover the entire country. Best of all, they’re free to download for anyone who wants to, say, check out the contours of the Grand Canyon or study the urbanization of the San Francisco Bay Area (see below).
2006 was a landmark year in Google's history. The Oxford English Dictionary accepted "Google" as a verb. Since then we have done quite a lot to make that action the grammar for our online lives. We follow its particular syntax to search for information. We follow the rules of Gmail netiquette. And we read with…
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