Peel-and-stick Solar Panels for Phoenix Convention Center

Michael Giberson This could be one of the gee-whiz, how-cool-is-that posts about advancing technologies that we do here from time to time. The Arizona Republic has a story about how the new Phoenix Convention Center, which was finished in 2006, will begin to generate some of its own power courtesy of some gee-whiz technologies: peel-and-stick … More Peel-and-stick Solar Panels for Phoenix Convention CenterMore Peel-and-stick Solar Panels for Phoenix Convention Center

Think Alan Greenspan–Only in Battlestar Galactica

Michael Giberson From Scientific American online, “What Can Virtual-World Economists Tell Us about Real-World Economies?“: Eyjólfur Guðmundsson is the only economist on Earth who spends his days studying the fluctuating cost of warp-disruption batteries and T2 light drones. That’s because he’s the world’s first virtual-world economist. This past August, Guðmundsson took up residence in EVE … More Think Alan Greenspan–Only in Battlestar GalacticaMore Think Alan Greenspan–Only in Battlestar Galactica