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Mini Low Carbonfootprint Hanuka Menorah with Superbright leds

December 5, 2007

Of all the somewhat crazy kinda cute but still cool things I saw on shops this Hanuka this electronic soldering kit for 5 mm LED mini-menorahs is my winner for this year. Available for all-affordable $10 you might still have enough time to order one of those low carbonfootprint mini-menorah and save the planet. Available […]

Annapolis Conference: all eyes are on, but also the doubts

November 28, 2007

Could it be that this time, the who know which time, some real good will grow out of the current global penguin politicians parade? Looking at what is still going on in the West Bank and listening to what the Israeli settlers and right-wingers have to say, watching the way the Palestinians in the West […]

Southern California wildfires: of the worst fire disasters in Californian history

October 29, 2007

If any of us needed another proof for how real global worming impact is I am sure, as sad as it is, the recent events in southern California might “help” on that. According to france24, a French international news channel broadcasting on a 24/7 basis, it seems that the Californian Firefighters are getting the upper […]

The Skyscraper farmer: food for all

August 31, 2007

Source: popular science Source: popular science According to Popular Science nearly 41 percent of Earth’s land is now used for agriculture, yet we’re on the brink of vast population growth, from 6.7 billion people today to an estimated 9.2 billion by 2050, with the majority living in cities. Dickson Despommier, Professor of Environmental Health Sciences […]

Solel’s world’s largest single solar commitment

July 30, 2007

People always tell me I have my head overloaded with information technology and communications. That should be the place to say that first of all note that these are two different subjects. Things could have been much worse if I only had my head busy with have my head overloaded with information technology or with […]

Interactive Adobe billboard

July 19, 2007

Has Adobe abandoned computer screens in favor of a busy Manhattan street or is the above billboard a new step in the latest Adobe vs. Microsoft battle? According to the NYTimes early morning July 13, Adobe unveiled an “interactive wall of projected animation in Union Square, along the 14th Street side of the Virgin Megastore”. […]

Live Earth Carbon Footprint: 74,500 tons of the gas

July 11, 2007

Sometimes what we do and what we think we do is not quite the same. John Buckley of Carbon Footprint, an organization that helps companies reduce their carbon dioxide emissions, said Saturday when interviewed to The Washington Post about the Live Earth London event from 3 days ago: “Live Earth will produce about 74,500 tons […]