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Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, January 16

Written by | January 16th, 2013

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From crazy weather to helping wildlife get to the other side, we’ve got the green buzz for you today.

  1. Is this crazy, extreme weather the new norm? (National Geographic)
  2. See a slideshow of the 11 most damaging U.S. weather events of 2012. (Bloomberg)
  3. The inaction on climate change is the fault of environmental groups, says a Harvard sociologist. (Guardian)
  4. So much methane in this Texas well water that you could light it on fire…and yet, the EPA halts its investigation. (Huffington Post)
  5. Roads are becoming safer for wildlife in some places. Check out the infographic! (MNN)

Distributed Computing, Meet Social Networks…

Written by | March 20th, 2009

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… social networks, meet distributed computing. Power, meet passion. I’m a huge fan of both distributed computing networks, which allow users to contribute their unused PC capacity directly to a cause they believe in, and online social networking sites, which allow users to learn about the niche content they love from other users just like […]

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