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Redox 0.3.3 released
Redox 0.3.3 has been released. Redox is an operating system written in Rust. This release brings much lower memory usage with ISO - 480 MB instead of 1300 MB. There are also other bug fixes, features, and improvements.

Iraqi refugee in Berlin praised for handing over cash find
The 16-year-old Iraqi refugee found thousands of euros in a handbag on the subway.
[BBC News Europe]

Facebook bans Rohingya group's posts as minority faces 'ethnic cleansing'
As hundreds of thousands flee a brutal campaign by the Myanmar military, the social media company labels an insurgent group a ‘dangerous organization’ Amid international accusations that Myanmar’s military is engaging in “ethnic cleansing” of the Rohingya Muslim minority, Facebook designated a (...)
[The Guardian]

Le Monoplan du Pape
De Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, la postérité a surtout retenu les anathèmes iconoclastes contre les musées, les bibliothèques et le carcan mortifère du passé. Le geste destructeur futuriste, acte de naissance des avant-gardes artistiques du XXe siècle, trouve sa forme la plus véhémente dans l'appel à la (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

Parcours d'un conservateur de musée. De Cluny à Ecouen
Historien de l'art, archiviste paléographe, Alain Erlande-Brandenburg a dédié sa vie à la conservation, la restauration et la diffusion du patrimoine. Il nous fait partager ce que fut son action à la tête du musée national du Moyen Age et des Thermes de Cluny à Paris, et du musée national de la (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

QE2 launch remembered by shipworker
On 20 September, 1967, the QE2 launched from John Brown's yard in Clydebank. Shipyard apprentice Peter Kemp was one of the thousands of people who saw the Queen name the ship.
[BBC News UK]

Huge Russian war games under way
A military exercise involving thousands of troops is provoking suspicion from some Nato countries.
[BBC News Europe]

Flying to US to get an iPhone X is cheaper than buying in Europe. It's also illegal
Yet HMRC’s rules are clear: you must pay VAT on your £390-plus US purchases when you fly home, which makes those big savings a lot less appealing New iPhones: why is Apple’s pricing the same in pounds and dollars? The price of the new iPhone X is so high in Europe that it’s led thousands to eye-up (...)
[The Guardian]

Gods, guns and gross-out: the best video games of autumn 2017
The South Park goons turn into caped crusaders, the Star Wars Death Star is avenged, Cuphead catapults players back to the ravishing 1930s, and Mario unleashes his super magic cap • Autumn arts preview 2017: Stage | Music | Film A spin-off from the acclaimed Dishonored stealth adventures, Death (...)
[The Guardian]

From Skool Daze to Bully: why aren't more video games set in schools?
While so many books, TV shows and films has used schools as a setting, very few video games take place in and around the classroom This week sees thousands of children throughout the country wake up and realise with stark horror that the summer holidays are over and school beckons. Most adults (...)
[The Guardian]

Destiny 2: how Bungie wants to keep it casual with its massive sequel
A game as large as Destiny 2 can be off-putting to new players, but the Halo developer has an ace up its sleeve Bungie, the Seattle-based games developer, has a strange problem with its multimillion-selling space shooter, Destiny: the fans play it too much. They have ploughed thousands of hours (...)
[The Guardian]

La paille dans le design, l'architecture, la mode et l'art
La tige d'un brin d'herbe récoltée par l'homme peut, une fois transformée par le tressage, la vannerie ou les technologies les plus actuelles, revêtir de multiples formes et usages. Ce matériau traditionnel a été largement supplanté par les nouvelles logiques de production industrielle au XX ? siècle. (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

Icônes de l'art moderne
Au musée d'Etat de l'Ermitage (Saint-Pétersbourg) et au Musée d' Etat des beaux-arts Pouchkine (Moscou)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

Dell CEO pledges $36 million to Harvey relief efforts
Michael and Susan Dell also launched the Rebuild Texas Fund, which aims to raise over $100 million for Harvey relief efforts.
[CNN Money]

'Build a wall': emergency housing plan for homeless in Silicon Valley met with fear
Thousands in San Jose are sleeping on the street, and the city has proposed temporary ‘tiny homes’ to help. But residents say: not in my backyardSign up to our monthly Outside in America newsletter Chants of “build a wall” rang through the meeting room in the Silicon Valley city of San Jose. But (...)
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