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If a clean energy project in the Arizona desert goes forward, the second tallest structure on Earth will be a 2,600-foot solar updraft tower, which could last 80 years and generate 200 MW of electricity each day — using only hot air. (Insert your own joke about how we could power Cleveland with Bill O’Reilly.) The tower works on the principle that hot air rises. In this case, it rises through the tower, turning turbines as it goes. The tower uses no water, and it works pretty much all the time, unlike wind and solar projects. World’s second tallest structure will power 100,000 homes a day with hot air World’s second tallest structure will power 100,000 homes a day with hot air
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Brave New Nano: Flexible phones & graphene gadgets in RT's Technology Update
Tom's Hardware US The memory of the future? Faster than this guy IBM today announced that, for the first time, scientists at its research arm have demonstrated that a relatively new memory technology, known as phase-change memory (PCM), can reliably store multiple data bits per cell over extended periods of time. The benefits of such a memory technology would allow computers and servers to boot instantaneously – much faster than what even the fastest SSD today can do. IBM believes that PCM can write and retrieve data 100 times faster than flash while also not losing data when the power is turned off. Unlike flash, PCM is also very durable and can endure at least 10 million write cycles, compared to current enterprise-class flash at 30,000 cycles or consumer-class flash at 3,000 cycles. Tom's Hardware US
4 Hacker Software Tools Every Budding Coder Should Have 4 Hacker Software Tools Every Budding Coder Should Have Before we begin, what is a hacker? Well, Wikipedia defines a hacker as “a person who heavily modifies the software or hardware of their own computer system” while Google defines a hacker as “an enthusiastic and skillful computer programmer or user“. I bet most of you here fit that second description at least. jEdit
5 Ways To Increase Your Torrent Download Speed 5 Ways To Increase Your Torrent Download Speed Open Those Ports! Your first step how to speed up torrent downloads is to ensure you can actually be connected to from other peers. The latest version of uTorrent is able to test this for you, so launch the Setup Guide from the Options menu. If you have an older uTorrent, you can test specific ports using this tool.
Solar energy potential underestimated, says Greg Barker | Environment Britain has underestimated the potential of solar energy and the government needs to reappraise the technology because of rapidly falling costs, according to energy and climate minister Greg Barker. "Historically, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) has underestimated the contribution that solar can make," he said. "But solar is now going through an extraordinary stage of development … it's capable of scaling up and competing with the big boys. It's not just for enthusiasts. Solar energy potential underestimated, says Greg Barker | Environment
For GNOME users, there’s a nice little application that should do the job called Gnome On-Screen Keyboard, or GOK for short. However, when I tried to get my virtual keyboard to load, I got stuck at a different window, with no clue how to continue. The great, wide web couldn’t help me much either, so I knew that I had to get something else instead. And I found something that does exactly what I need it to do. Getting Started Replace Gnome On-Screen Keyboard With Florence Virtual Keyboard [Linux] Replace Gnome On-Screen Keyboard With Florence Virtual Keyboard [Linux]
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Pulse: Automatically Download & Set Up New Wallpapers Pulse: Automatically Download & Set Up New Wallpapers Changing your computer’s wallpaper from time to time gives it a fresh look. But looking for suitable wallpapers and deciding on one can be time consuming. Here to automate the process for you is an application called Pulse.
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By Eric W. DolanThursday, February 10, 2011 14:32 EST The charity group A Human Right said it was planning to purchase a satellite that would provide free basic Internet access to developing countries around the world. The group, which was founded by 25-year-old Kosta Grammatis, is currently raising money to buy the TerreStar-1, the largest commercial communications satellite ever built. Group plans to beam free Internet across the globe from space | Raw Story Group plans to beam free Internet across the globe from space | Raw Story
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Free-Energy Devices, zero-point energy, and water as fuel

Free-Energy Devices, zero-point energy, and water as fuel The purpose of this web site is to provide you with an introduction to a series of devices which have been shown to have very interesting properties and some are (incorrectly) described as 'perpetual motion' machines. What's that you say - perpetual motion is impossible? My, you're a difficult one to please.
DIY Mesh Guide - WirelessAfrica DIY Mesh Guide - WirelessAfrica Building a Rural Wireless Mesh Network A do-it-yourself guide to planning and building a Freifunk based mesh network About The Guide
These days, no popular movement goes without an Internet presence of some kind, whether it's organizing on Facebook or spreading the word through Twitter. And as we've seen in Egypt, that means that your Internet connection can be the first to go. Whether you're trying to check in with your family, contact your friends, or simply spread the word, here are a few ways to build some basic network connectivity when you can't rely on your cellular or landline Internet connections. Do-It-Yourself Internet With Ad-Hoc Wi-Fi Even if you've managed to find an Internet connection for yourself, it won't be that helpful in reaching out to your fellow locals if they can't get online to find you.

Get Internet Access When Your Government Shuts It Down - PCWorld

In Canada, powerful actors want to make the Net more expensive, less open. Locking in ISP profits at expense of creativity. In my Jan. 2009 column I encouraged readers to make opening the media in Canada their 2010 resolution. I asserted that 2010 would be a pivotal year for communities working to open communication in Canada and beyond. And so here we are in 2011, and it appears that indeed there is a growing community focused on openness, the open Internet at its core. For example, Over 22,000 people and counting have signed the Stop The Meter petition, demonstrating widespread discontent with big telecom companies who are attempting to hogtie competing indie Internet service providers (ISPs) and make the Internet much more expensive to use. Don't Take Digital Innovation for Granted
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Protects Your Privacy! The only search engine that does not record your IP address. Every time you use a regular search engine, your search data is recorded. Major search engines capture your IP address and use tracking cookies to make a record of your search terms, the time of your visit, and the links you choose - then they store that information in a giant database. Those searches reveal a shocking amount of personal information about you, such as your interests, family circumstances, political leanings, medical conditions, and more.
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“What gets measured gets done” – it seems like the source of this quote, often attributed to management expert Peter Drucker, isn’t certain, but its meaning is clear and very relevant for every SaaS founder. If you want to make sure that you make best use of your scarce resources, you need to have a clear understanding of your objectives and the KPIs that measure your progress towards those objectives. Depending on the stage that you’re in you’ll want to focus on different metrics. I’ve tried to illustrate this in the following diagram: As you can see, I segmented the company lifecycle into three major phases: pre product/market fit, post product/market fit but pre-scale, and post-scale (being fully aware that there is no distinct definition of “product/market fit” and “scale” and that the transition from one phase to the next one is a gradual one). Christoph Janz on Web 2.0
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