The videos filmed at the lift09 conference are now posted on wattwatt. I asked eleven people to spontaneously give me their views on Electrical Energy Efficiency, the three Es known as e-cubed and filmed their responses.
There was no script, only a [...]
The Rt. Hon. Lord Kelvin, was the first President of the IEC, the International Electrotechnical Commission which was founded in 1906.
Google.org has used his famous quotation as part of the introduction to their new energy site that Laurent Haug, [...]
The LIFT conference began yesterday in Jeju Island, South Korea. The first sessions looked at the future of the web after 2.0, focussing on the mobile device as a means of socialization.
David Birch of Consult Hyperion in the UK gave a talk on [...]
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