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'The man who forgot Ray Bradbury,' a short story by Neil Gaiman
Mars rover passes its first driving test

Renowned Science Fiction Author Ray Bradbury Dead At 91

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Popular American science fiction writer Ray Bradbury died in Southern California Tuesday night, he was 91....
Renowned Science Fiction Author Ray Bradbury Dead At 91

R.I.P. Ray Bradbury, 1912-2012: The Beating Heart of Science Fiction

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He was . . . well, he was Ray Bradbury, and for six decades that name was enough to tip you to the reading experience awaiting you below the byline.  Not the specific type of experience – Bradbury wrote across genres, categories, modes, media: fantasy, science fiction, mystery, suspense, horror, domestic...
R.I.P. Ray Bradbury, 1912-2012: The Beating Heart of Science Fiction
NSF-Funded Project Aims To Enable Print-On-Demand, Customizable Robots

Ray Bradbury's work finally available digitally in the UK

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A new deal with HarperCollins includes works currently out of print, but the science-fiction author was dismissive of ebooksThe ebooks of the late Ray Bradbury, who once memorably dismissed digital books as smelling "like burned fuel", are finally coming to the UK.Following lengthy negotiations, the author's publisher HarperCollins has announced...
Ray Bradbury's work finally available digitally in the UK
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Truth In Erroring: IETF Proposal Includes New 451 Censorship Error Code

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As nations around the world work to chip away at the liberated internet for such compelling reasons as "um, children!", or "um, cyberwar!", or even "um, piracy!", all while lambasting other countries for censorship mind you, the general population may still be shrugging their shoulders in confusion. One reason for...
Truth In Erroring: IETF Proposal Includes New 451 Censorship Error Code

Dreams of Ray Bradbury: Ten predictions that came true

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The literary, tech and thinking worlds are mourning the loss of Ray Bradbury, as news broke Wednesday that the revered science fiction writer had died at the age of 91. Bradbury, best known for his 1953 novel, “Fahrenheit 451,” used his imagination to take a hard look at a world...
Dreams of Ray Bradbury: Ten predictions that came true
Ray Bradbury, author of 'Fahrenheit 451,' dies at age 91

The Enduring Power of Ray Bradbury

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At his best, Bradbury wrote about stories that speak to what it means to be human....
The Enduring Power of Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury, 1920-2012

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Ray Bradbury in 1975. Ray Bradbury, the legendary science fiction writer known for landmark novels including Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles, has died at the age of 91, the Associated Press confirms this morning. His grandson, Danny Karapetian, tells the blog io9, “His legacy lives on in his monumental body of...
Ray Bradbury, 1920-2012

Ray Bradbury dies at 91, our world is that much poorer

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It's a sad day for science fiction fans everywhere, as Ray Bradbury has passed on at the age of 91. We'll always know him best as the author of Fahrenheit 451, but it's really massive legacy in short stories that defined his role in technology. Collections like The Illustrated...
Ray Bradbury dies at 91, our world is that much poorer

Ray Bradbury, Science Fiction Author, Dies at 91

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Ray Bradbury, widely considered one of the greatest writers of science fiction and fantasy, has died. He was 91 years old. Bradbury was the author of such books as “The Martian Chronicles,” “Fahrenheit 451,” “Something Wicked This Way Comes,” and “The Illustrated Man.” His wildly imaginative work blended surprisingly accurate...
Ray Bradbury, Science Fiction Author, Dies at 91

Call for Ray Bradbury to be honoured with internet error message

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A new status code to reflect internet censorship could be named after Ray Bradbury's most famous novel, Fahrenheit 451Ray Bradbury's fiction looks set to enter the structure of the internet, after a software developer has proposed a new HTTP status code inspired by Fahrenheit 451.Tim Bray, a fan of Bradbury's...
Call for Ray Bradbury to be honoured with internet error message

Tech luminaries we lost in 2012

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A look back at the lives and contributions of 13 technology pioneers, including Ray Bradbury, Sally Ride and David L. Waltz, who passed away in 2012. See some of the luminaries featured in video interviews; others in photographs....
Tech luminaries we lost in 2012

Ray Bradbury and the fever of inspiration | Dan Gillmor

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The novel of his I read as a teenager changed me and my perceptions forever. That was Bradbury's gift to so many readersIn my early teens, I read Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes, a novel that combines fantasy and horror as two 13-year-old boys and one of their...
Ray Bradbury and the fever of inspiration | Dan Gillmor
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Why We Honor Men of Letters in the Rocks and Dust of Mars

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Author Ray Bradbury's poem is an example of the contributions writers, artists, and musicians make to our scientific pursuits. ...
Why We Honor Men of Letters in the Rocks and Dust of Mars

Error 451: A Proposed Change To Web Standards Would Make Bradbury’s Story Denote Censored Content

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Google employee and creator of XML, Tim Bray, has proposed a new error message for the web. Rather than hiding censored websites behind a generic 403 error – “the server understood the request, but is refusing to fulfill it” – these websites would return 451 – “Unavailable For Legal Reasons.”...
Error 451: A Proposed Change To Web Standards Would Make Bradbury’s Story Denote Censored Content

Microsoft's patent for a 3D holodeck is all sorts of (awesome) Ray Bradbury fanfiction

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Ask any fan of science fiction if they have read Ray Bradbury’s Illustrated Man. If they have, ask them to recount the short story entitled The Veldt, in which a nursery for kids, featuring walls that are screens, becomes a grisly tale of the edges of the human psyche. Walls as screens also figure in...
Microsoft's patent for a 3D holodeck is all sorts of (awesome) Ray Bradbury fanfiction

Morning lowdown: Bradbury backlist; Facebook App Center; Netflix for porn

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Some of the stories people are talking about this morning… Ray Bradbury wasn’t a digital dinosaur; e-backlist coming (paidContent) Facebook makes another mobile push, launches App Center (GigaOM) Change.org tests the line between activism and profits (WSJ) Bing introduces new Britannica Online Encyclopedia Answers (Bing) Why is there no Netflix...
Morning lowdown: Bradbury backlist; Facebook App Center; Netflix for porn

This week at Microsoft: Windows Phone, Surface, and Ray Bradbury

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Happy Friday folks, I do trust you had fun last night. It’s time for the classic TNW roundup of all things Microsoft from the last week, our lovely and enduring post about Redmond’s doings, happenings, and leaks. If I ever die, you will know as this post will cease. Now,...
This week at Microsoft: Windows Phone, Surface, and Ray Bradbury

‘Don’t burn books! Burn your iPad instead’

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Seattle-area band The Half Brothers had a little fun at the expense of some of our favorite devices at a “meeting” of the Bushwick Book Club of Seattle Friday night in Columbia City. Hardly your typical discussion group, Bushwick invites book lovers to hear original music created by local...
‘Don’t burn books! Burn your iPad instead’
Curiosity takes its first steps, leaves Morse code scattered across Mars

Don't Tech Nerds Read Ray Bradbury Any More?

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This is how it starts, guys. (Photo: screencap) Coming soon to a CES writeup near you: Microsoft is twerking that Kinect technology just as fast as it can, creating all kinds of weird futuristic use cases to help separate you from your hard-earned dollars. Fast Company reports that Microsoft Research has...
Don't Tech Nerds Read Ray Bradbury Any More?

Paying It Forward - Online And Mobile Style [Sponsored Post]

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While paying with cash or credit cards won't go out of fashion anytime soon, but they're getting some serious competition. Online payments and e-wallets are about to shape not only how, but where and when we buy things. Even more important, they will give consumers the power to choose...
Paying It Forward - Online And Mobile Style [Sponsored Post]
Curiosity takes its first test drive on Mars

Ray Bradbury wasn’t a digital dinosaur; e-backlist coming

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Ray Bradbury was right about so many things and spellbinding about so many others that it almost hurts to write this: Ray Bradbury was wrong when it came to reading. But then I also get to tell you this: he changed his mind. HarperCollins is in the midst of preparing...
Ray Bradbury wasn’t a digital dinosaur; e-backlist coming
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