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Smart ForTwo: Eurobest 2007 Print Grand Prix Campaign

December 7, 2007

By now, it’s clear that being environment friendly is not enough. Delivering the message properly is also a major requirement. It should therefore not be much of a surprise for anyone that Eurobest’s winning print campaign for the year of 2007 went to Contrapunto – a Spanish advertising agency from Madrid for their innovative Smart […]

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 […]

Green IT Initiative of the Year award goes to IBM

October 2, 2007

I just read that IBM was presented with the Green IT Initiative of the Year award at the fifth annual CNET Networks UK Business Technology Awards on Monday, mainly for its Project Big Green initiative, aimed at improving the efficiency of data centers. Urged to improve the extent to which the IT industry is really […]

Will process data for energy

October 2, 2007

This funny photo came from Kevin Burton’s FeedBlog, who found this on pizdaus.com with no permalink or attribution. But wait, thanks should also go to onyxstone at stumbleupon.com who had stumbled this at Kevin Burton’s. Mmmm. How do I even know onyxstone? Its very simple. aivzdog, a 16 year old girl from New Jersey, USA […]

Unit L-11 was dropped

August 7, 2007

On August 6, 1945, exactly 62 years ago, the nuclear weapon Unit L-11 nicknamed Little Boy was dropped on the city of Hiroshima by the crew of the American B-29 Superfortress bomber Enola Gay, directly killing an estimated 70,000 people. Approximately 69% of the city’s buildings were completely destroyed, and 6.6 percent severely damaged as […]

Order, Kola and Drums

August 4, 2007

Take a good look at our daughter as she plays with Altman and Zemah during our visit at the farm yesterday for the birthday party of Oz. It’s night. We had a good dinner, lots of Sangría and the party is almost over but someone just didn’t have enough fun. Timestamp says its 21:12-22:43. The […]

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”. […]

World’s Most Powerful Nuclear Power Plant on Fire! Causes Radioactive Spill

July 17, 2007

According to Associated Press (Mon Jul 16, 2:35 PM ET) a strong earthquake shook Japan’s northwest coast Monday, setting off a fire at the world’s most powerful nuclear power plant and causing a reactor to spill radioactive water into the sea – an accident not reported to the public for hours. There is also a […]

Chinese mobile phone batteries explode

July 11, 2007

China have been popping up a lot lately with various defective products and product recalls. we red about pet food recall, recalled poisoner toothpastes, poisonous toys, we had major car company under pressure to recall its products because there is danger of the tire treads separating and more examples of how low-cost products can turn […]