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We're happy to share our interview with The Spectator, the city and regional newspaper for Hamilton, Ontario. The city is currently working hard to foster Clean Technology Development, and our wind-powered web hosting and 'eco-friendly' approach is a good match.
Thanks are due to 'The Spec' and Jennifer Patterson et. al at Hamilton Economic Development for some recent publicity and networking efforts on our behalf!
Google's Pay-Per-Click online advertising system, Google AD Words, is notoriously intimidating to small business owners. Most people know that Google has a marketplace for those adverts you see next to search results and on web sites - but how does it all work?
Here's our guide to understanding Google AD Words for Small Business.
Early this week I saw Planet Green's article Top 5 Eco TEDsters propagate across Twitter. At CartaNova, TED -- short for Technology, Environment, Design -- is a favourite source of ours for short talks about the future of energy, the environment, technology, education, and countless other topics. They are inspiring, easy to follow, freely accessible, and a great example of openness in research and education.
I thought it was unfortunate that out of this "Top 5" article not a single speaker was female. Many of the sciences are still overwhelmingly male-dominated, especially amongst the "celebrities" of science. As of the publish date of this article, out of the 44 videos tagged under 'environment' at TED.com, only 6 are talks by women.) Gender imbalances in the sciences are hardly TED's or Planet Green's fault, so I my intent is not to detract from their highlighted of 5 eco-talks, but to add to an already great list.
Twitter is a simple, easy to use social network that limits users to communicating in short messages. Each user connects by choosing other users to follow in their main feed. Each message ("tweet") is limited to 140 characters in length, and appears on the page of every user that follows the author.
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