Lynne Kiesling This BBC article from last Wednesday provides some good information about methanol fuel cell-powered laptops. The technology promises to supplement or replace today’s batteries in laptops. Instead of storing power, fuel cells generate electricity by breaking down methanol via an electrochemical process. The cells can be recharged by topping them up with methanol … More Fuel Cell Laptops Still Clunky, But Getting There … More Fuel Cell Laptops Still Clunky, But Getting There
Lynne Kiesling I had been aware of the Seattle Public School District’s recent attempt to define “institutional racism” because of Eugene Volokh’s post a couple of weeks ago, but I didn’t broach the subject here because I didn’t have anything to add other than to observe that it’s disturbing to have some institutional imposition of … More Is Individualism Racism? … More Is Individualism Racism?