This story from New Scientist looks promising. They claim around 40% efficiency in extracting hydrogen compared to 20% of common extraction systems. That’s still a good deal more costly than gasoline – which I think is around 80% efficient, but it’s getting there.
Monthly Archive for April, 2002
A B-to-B case study regarding Matrix Groups e-mail efforst offers something to think about over here
See, now I want to build a home so I can use these wicked cool Solar Shingles. I haven’t seen a picture, but the story says they look just like traditional asphalt shingles. They cost about 6 times as much as traditional shingles, but that’s an investment worth making. If more people were doing this, […]
Even the most mundane items can be beautiful. Take for instance these Fossils in our Visual Landscape.
We lost one of the great ad men. “Good Enough Isn’t”
So we know that users favorite (or at least most used) navigation device is the back button. Well then how about a site that forces you to navigate forward by going back? No? I didn’t think so, but it’s an interesting experiment all the same. Check it out: Reflektions.com
I’ll tell you, the Internet sure is weird tonight. First, I stop over at memepool, and find that everybody’s favorite head scratcher Time Cube has been put through a text to speech processor to create a kick-butt mp3 file. Then I head over to MeFi and get pointed towards the very trippy flashback. You have […]
I know that EVERYBODY is going to be linking to K10K’s redesign, but damn. They are so freaking good it hurts.See for Yourself.
MindArrow has an excellent White Paper [pdf] on optimizing an e-mail program. I can tell, the learning curve on this is going to be steep, and I feel like we’re coming in a little too late to the party. We will have to be very careful going forward. We do have budget approval for a […]
Some great computer rendered animation going on over at Brian Taylor’s RUSTBOY. Link stolen from Zeldman