In the wake of Fukushima, I can hardly believe I’m saying this.
Nuclear energy – that field I’ve loved to hate, that clean-energy-with-the-out-sized risks, that “nuclear” word which nearly dissuaded me from having children back in the 1980’s – nuclear energy (of a not-often-heard-of type) could come back out of hiding to address our urgent need for clean, plentiful energy in the 21st…Continue
Brian Huey from Sprint took the time to answer InnovatingSMART's questions regarding communications support for Smart Grid innovators and entrepreneurs. Check out Brian's detailed answers below. THANK YOU, Brian!
And check out The Sprint Open Solutions Conference Nov. 2-4, 2011, in Santa Clara, Calif. Registration is now open for the conference -- Half-off…Continue
My husband and I are repainting our historic Victorian home, and hold grand visions for what will emerge. Today, the workmen came to put up the scaffolding necessary to get the job done.
After a day of them erecting metal structures and laying down planks into strategic and stable configurations, I behold in amazement the result. There now exist pathways and bridges providing access and support to the painters for every stage of their work to come -- whether removing…Continue
Added by Sue Lebeck on August 16, 2011 at 5:30pm — No Comments
This past weekend, my husband and I had the pleasure of hosting guests from London who came to town to participate in the annual San Francisco Marathon. As a former three-miler (make that two) and a current hill-climber (the urban kind), I fell naturally into a state of awe and admiration. Twenty-six-plus mile-markers to be overtaken by foot in the terrain of the cable-car seems…Continue
Added by Sue Lebeck on August 1, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments