:n/e/t/surf: SMS'Le Lapin qui veut s’endormir', un livre pour aider les enfants à trouver le sommeil
La rentrée littéraire réserve une surprise. Un livre pour enfants vient de prendre la tête des meilleures ventes sur Amazon aux Etats-Unis, en Angleterre et en France. "Le Lapin qui veut s’endormir", a détrôné des best-sellers comme le polar "La Fille du train" de Paula Hawkins ou le dernier roman érotique "Grey" d'E. L. James.
Emily Turrettini pour Bilan.
textually.orgDrawing the line on acceptable use of cell phones in public
You generally won't offend others if you use your cell phone while walking down the sidewalk or on public transportation, but use at the movies or church is definitely out. c/Net reports.
Those are some of the findings of a new survey by the Pew Research Center on what Americans consider appropriate use of cell phones in public or social settings. The study reflects how technology is rewriting the rules of civility in a world in which 90 percent of the US adult population say they have a cell phone and 31 percent say they never turn it off, Pew said.
3DPrintingTiny, 3D-Printed Fish to Swim in Blood Stream, Deliver Drugs
New 3D-printed fish-shaped microbots — called microfish — could one day transport drugs to specific places in the human body and be able to sense and remove toxins. [via Discovery.com]
These microfish, smaller than the width of a human hair, are groundbreaking for two reasons: they’re simple to create, but remarkably high-tech in what they can do, according to researchers at the University of California, San Diego.
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The Good DroneStart-up to deliver marijuana by Drone
San Francisco-based startup Trees Delivery is gearing up to deliver marijuana by drone.
It's target markets? California, Colorado and Washington D.C. where smoking weed is legal.