January 19, 2020

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Social Media Economies of Scale Start With Your Staff

Whether your five or five hundred strong, look around the office or review the org chart.

Can data hot spots like Pandora's make utilities rock harder?

Just as bands need to know where their fans are, utilities need to know which services customers want in different areas.

How digital technologies build climate resiliency

An increasingly needed and technologically feasible weapon to fight climate change: digitally enabled, system-wide resilience.

Does ‘Clean Coal’ Technology Have a Future?

Howard Herzog Says Innovation Will Deliver; Richard Heinberg Says the Economics Won’t Work

IBM Signs $325 Million Supercomputing Deal With Dept. Of Energy

IBM's supercomputer will move data far faster and more efficiently than competing hardware systems.

Reinventing the wheel: new tech turns regular bikes into hybrids – and a traffic tool

The Copenhagen Wheel turns bicycles into electric hybrids, able to multiply pedal power, track your heart rate and monitor potholes. At $800, it...

E-Stewards Initiative Joins Force Multiply Gaming by WarpSpeed to Bring Responsible E-Recycling to Video Game Industry

The environmental organization Basel Action Network and its e-Stewards Initiative, applauds WarpSpeed Innovations, Inc.’s decision to become an “e-Stewards Enterprise"

Is Social Good Overtaking Cats?

For the first time in quite a while I’ve noticed a distinct lack of cute / comedy cat posts (albeit somewhat distorted by...

New Sharp energy storage system to help Californians save on energy bills

Sharp Electronics Corporation has announced that they are launching a new energy storage solution in California.

Google Mapping Climate Change

A new open-data methane emissions project shows that the most meaningful solutions to climate change come from the most unlikely alliances



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