Links for July 2nd through July 8th

by Mel Starrs on July 9, 2009

in News

These are my links for July 2nd through July 8th: Woobius Scribbles — Bottom-up collaboration in the construction industry – Excellent post on collaborative working by Woobius and the curse of email:"You know that feeling. You’ve just set up the best collaboration system ever. You have all the processes documented and approved. Everyone’s agreed to use […]


These are my links for June 20th through June 24th: Nuclear Power Crawling Forward | Worldwatch Institute – Fairly level headed (considering it's author is from Greenpeace) and well researched appraisal of global nuclear power reactors construction in 2007. Some interesting facts and figures. No Impact Man: LV GRN: Slimy pets to eat your garbage […]


These are my links for June 15th through June 18th: Carbon Trust publishes views on Green Tariffs | Carbon Trust – In light of these concerns, for voluntary reporting purposes, Defra recommends that organisations calculate emissions from renewable tariffs using the average electricity emissions factor for the UK Shh – don’t tell anyone – these […]


These are my links for June 12th through June 14th: Online Mind Mapping – MindMeister – love mindmaps, but the portable app I've been using, Freemind, has some drawbacks. This can make my maps available from any computer. Now if I can import from Freemind…(edit – sweet! Can import from Freemind) International markets: 10 fastest […]


These are my links for June 4th through June 6th: Are developers ignoring the threat of climate change? – Building Design – BD debates losing their edge – both sides generally agree with each other. Agree with this: "We need a different hierarchy in the development team, with the building services engineer and landscape architect […]


More RSS love…

by mel starrs on January 31, 2007

in Blogging and social networks

I know I bang on about RSS on a weekly basis these days, but it really will be the future – honest. Great article here on how law companies in particular are embracing the technology to help cut down the clutter in email inboxes. “It helps streamline existing forms of communication, so a company will […]