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You say chorizo...
Masterchef viewers get heated on Twitter about the right way to say the spicy sausage.
[BBC News UK]

Palantir to pay $1.7m over accusation it discriminates against Asian applicants
Government lawsuit against the huge Silicon Valley data-analytics firm comes at a time of heightened debate about discrimination in the tech industry Palantir, a Silicon Valley company with ties to Donald Trump, has agreed to pay $1.7m to settle a government lawsuit alleging racial (...)
[The Guardian]

Meat-mad couple marry at Spam museum
Mark Benson and fiancee Anne Mousley travelled thousands of miles to Minnesota's Spam museum.
[BBC News Americas]

Outgoing Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer will likely get $186m payout
Shareholders will be asked to approve a huge payout for Mayer, as Yahoo is currently being sold to Verizon, the US’s largest telecom company, for $4.49bn The price of failure? About $186m if you are Marissa Mayer, outgoing chief executive of troubled internet giant Yahoo. Related: Yahoo boss (...)
[The Guardian]

Steve Ballmer serves up a fascinating data trove
On Tuesday, Mr. Ballmer plans to make public a database and a report that he and a small army of economists, professors and other professionals have been assembling as part of a stealth start-up over the last three years called USAFacts. The database is perhaps the first nonpartisan effort to (...)
[OSNews]

Could digital detectives solve an ancient puzzle?
Thousands of people trying to solve an age-old question about joint pain and the weather.
[BBC News]

Could digital detectives solve an ancient puzzle?
Thousands of people trying to solve an age-old question about joint pain and the weather.
[BBC]

L'homme de la mer
"Les humains sont faibles face à la mer... Face à sa puissance, la seule carte à jouer, c'est l'humilité...". Licenciée à la suite d'une altercation avec son patron, Anna, jeune vendeuse désabusée par la vie, se réfugie au bord de la mer pour oublier son triste sort. C'est là qu'elle rencontre (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

Joaquín Ferrer
Joaquin Ferrer est né en 1929 à Manzanillo (Cuba) où il effectue une partie de sa scolarité. Entré à l'Académie des Beaux-Arts San Alejandro (La Havane) en 1952, il expose ses premières oeuvres en 1954 lors du Salon national de la peinture au Musée d'art moderne de La Havane, puis participe à des (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

Data watchdog looks at whether No 10 covered up Uber correspondence
Information Commissioner’s Office investigates amid claims Cameron tried to protect taxi app from tougher regulation The information watchdog is investigating whether Downing Street covered up correspondence relating to Uber, amid accusations that David Cameron tried to protect the taxi app from (...)
[The Guardian]

Lausanne - Promenades littéraires
Lausanne est une ville du livre. Ses places, ses rues, ses superbes échappées sur le Léman et les Alpes ont été évoquées et célébrées par de nombreux écrivains. Les voyageurs illustres (Byron, Hugo, Cendrars) admirent les paysages, même s'ils ne se privent pas d'égratigner la tranquillité légendaire de la (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

10 romans, 10 euros 2017 : La Voleuse sans ombre
Grâce à la magie qui coule dans ses veines, la jeune Melke sait se rendre invisible. Un don partagé par son frère Hantje et qui ferait d'eux des voleurs hors pair, s'ils n'avaient renoncé à cet héritage et refusé de devenir de véritables " spectres " s'enrichissant grâce à des larcins faciles. Pourtant, (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

A 1986 BBS has brought the old web back to life in 2017
Today, many can be forgiven for thinking that the digital communications revolution kicked off during the mid-1990s, when there was simply an explosion of media and consumer interest in the World Wide Web. Just a decade earlier, however, the future was now for the hundreds of thousands of users (...)
[OSNews]

Games reviews roundup: Persona 5; Yooka-Laylee; Virry VR
Teen rebellion is even better fifth time around, while a crowd-funded platformer revives the 90s and Kenya’s wildlife gets up close and personal PS4, PS3, Sony, cert: 12 ★★★★★ Following the success and acclaim of Persona 4, this new entry in developer Atlus’s series of turn-based role-playing games (...)
[The Guardian]

Le petit musée de la Ve République
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

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