Flexible Work

On December 26, 2007, in Blog, by John Addison

By John Addison (12/26/07). Great organizations are improving employee productivity, increasing retention of key people, and often saving millions of dollars annually. We admire corporations that contribute to the triple bottom line: people, profits, and planet. Flexible work and flexible transportation programs are enabling great employers to achieve all three. In the Oil and Coal […]

Is Microsoft Vista Global Warming Friendly?

On September 5, 2007, in Blog, by Neal Dikeman

Is Microsoft Vista global warming friendly? Could Vista be the best selling cleantech product in the world? I was thinking about this question the other day, and started emailing the Microsoft (Nasdaq:MSFT) press relations folks looking for an answer. The Microsoft answer – yes it is. They have a recent release entitled “Windows Vista Power […]

Blogroll Review: Flash, Reforestation, ED

On August 19, 2007, in Blog, by Frank Ling

by Frank Ling Memory Revolution Here’s another example of nanotechnology contributing to energy efficiency. Through improved ability to manufacture memory, flash is starting to replace traditional hard drive applications. Hank Green at EcoGeek writes: “There’s a lot of reasons to herald the dawn of flash-based hard drives. They’re faster, smaller, silent and, of course, tremendously […]