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44295The Cliff and the Slope, Susan Crawford, October 30, 2014 The proof is in: Detpltodms-3 hours ago
44294it would be nice if the Google fiber got a lot more traction and we could get reengineer-Tuesday
44293Fed up, US cities take steps to build better broadband Increasingly, cities conaxial1Monday
44292So, the most obvious real economic impact of "global warming"... is sesense-last Friday
44291You Can Look It Up: The Wikipedia Story In an excerpt from his new book, The Inaxial1October 22
44290<I><b>The Finger Is Mightier Than The Pen</I></b> Or, tFrank A. Coluccio-October 22
44289start by making ISPs responsible for flow thru hacks that look suspicious to staengineer-October 20
44288[Video] Retreat from the Water’s Edge 'Nearly two years after Hurricane Sanaxial-October 20
44287It did include "willful", so the definition of "willful" wouMaurice Winn-October 20
44286Hi Frank, Re "Killer Apps In The Gigabit Age", thanks for this. Glancpltodms1October 19
44285On First-Responder Inter-operable CommunicationsPreparedness Hi Folks, A questFrank A. Coluccio-October 18
44284<b>PEW Internet Report: Killer Apps In The Gigabit Age</b> BY LEE RFrank A. Coluccio-October 18
44283have to disagree wiht you MQ. This law is REALLY needed out there in cyber spaceengineer-October 17
44282in germany they get so much extra power from wind that htey pump water up into engineer1October 17
44281Recovering Cryogenic Refrigeration Energy James Hamilton's | Perspectives | Frank A. Coluccio1October 17
44280That's a bad idea. That's like saying the people who own roads should Maurice Winn-October 17
44279Wind blows away fossil power in the Nordics, the Baltics next * Rising wind powaxial-October 17
44278Scientists skeptical of Lockheed Martin's truck-sized FUSION reactor breakthaxial-October 17
44277WikiLeaks reveals new draft of Trans-Pacific Partnership Secret treaty getting axial-October 17
44276Yep. The subject goes back for years, on this thread. Pretty much, turning out aaxial-October 16
44275"What matters is the cost of energy delivered to consumers..." Right.axial-October 16
44274EROEI. The idea of using energy balances is bung economics based on a false idMaurice Winn-October 16
44273Okay, thanks. Re: fuel cell, it doesn't say onsite -- SOFC, PEM or other? Itaxial-October 16
44272Thanks to engineer for the link. I made it up out of thin air, albeit replete wMaurice Winn-October 16
44271The wifi versus cellular battle is well underway. In NZ, Spark [previously TelMaurice Winn-October 16
44270I didn't work on the biofuel side of it. I worked on the fuel cell design siengineer-October 16
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