You might have heard it in the news, as this weekend no less than 400,000 people marched in New York City to demand adequate action on climate change. Similar marches were organized around the world.
Hello all. After proposing you to subscribe by RSS via Feedburner ; by Email ; and to follow this website by Twitter and last but not least on Facebook, I am just wondering if you would be interested by a weekly newsletter. It would feature all this blog articles from the week plus extra stuff … Read more
Hello everybody ! If you are already a subscriber – by RSS or Email – of this website you might think this is enough to get great content. This is indeed nice, but you could get even more. Indeed, while browsing through the archives, I found great posts that are still worth reading, and this … Read more
The idea might seem a bit far-fetched but recovering the heat produced by data centers could heat buildings. However we have seen similar ideas are extremely cost efficient and environmentally friendly.
To ExtremeTech : ” With a temperature of around 40-50°C, the exhaust from a rack of cloud servers could be a very cost-effective way of heating your house, according to researchers from Microsoft and the University of Virginia.”
” Dubbed the “Data Furnace,” these racks would be hot enough to completely replace the heating and hot water system in a house or office. “
A little while ago I was stating that the Facebook page of this website had over a hundred fans that I was motivated to fix the page and allow posts to be published automatically on it.
As I had a day off work today I took the time to fix this. Thanks to RSS Graffiti, it was done quite quickly and effortlessly. Facebook fans now will receive all the articles of this website on their pages.
So if you like the articles I publish, please do not hesitate to share them with your friends and relatives and become a fan.
Today I would like to thank you all for your continuous support and especially the 100 people who “fanned” this website on Facebook. This happens as I started the Facebook page of this website only four months ago…
What started in September with only close friends and acquaintances with mutual interest has grown as a global group savvy for sustainable development news and much more.
This motivates me to finding a way to share automatically my latest articles on the Facebook page. Indeed, doing it manually as I am right now is not the most practical way.
Good news everyone ! (*) You – as well as many and many other people – will now be able to read my humble articles about solar energies on the Solar Feeds News Network.
The world’s largest solar news network, it will enable me to reach over 59,000 Twitter followers and over 1,400 Facebook fans. The amount of subscribers is also much larger than mine.
Many thanks to Scott Weitzman the president and editor of this awesome website for featuring my work.
If you subscribed by RSS or by email you may haven’t noticed but a while ago I added to this blog’s sidebar a Facebook widget to enable you to become a fan of this website. I created this Fan page to enable you to share more easily my posts. I also added the official button … Read more