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Thousands of public comments supporting Net Neutrality flooded the Federal Communications Commission before the close of the agency's official inquiry on July 16, 2007. In a landslide, well over 95 percent of the comments called for rules that prohibit phone and cable companies from discriminating against Web sites or services. People from different backgrounds, living in every corner of the country, demand this basic Internet freedom. Internet users from all 435 congressional districts used SavetheInternet****'s online tools to send personal messages to the FCC. Special thanks to DJ Champion for the soundtrack. "Keep On" Performed by Champion Written by Maxime Morin Published by Third Side Music Inc. Courtesy of Saboteur Musique
10 Mar 2008
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Ed Whitacre is packing up his desk at AT&T. But his successor Randall Stephenson is still on the attack against Net Neutrality. Watch Big Ed's final pep talk to fellow AT&T execs. Then tell the FCC to protect the Internet's level playing field at www.SavetheInternet****
10 Mar 2008
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*******SavetheInternet**** Grammy-winning rock band and Internet phenomenon Ok Go takes a trip to Capitol Hill. They're part of a coalition of musicians standing up for Net Neutrality and the Internet's level playing field.
14 Mar 2008
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Michael Hirschorn Thinks TV Is More Interactive Than The Web; Mobile TV Subscribers Have High Dropout Rate; Missing Standards Are Holding Back Online Video Advertising; FCC Threatens To Enforce Net Neutrality.
30 Mar 2008
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Biofire is a natural wood burning log stove with a glass or metal door. Using wood supplied locally enables it to be carbon neutral with minimum processing and transportation involved. Biofire is an ideal sustainable energy heating system for homes in Ireland. It is suitable for new and existing buildings. The Biofire (KACHELOFEN) clay brick oven gives a 90%~ efficient clean radiant heat all day from only an hour and a half of burning. This video is narrated showing a retro fit Biofire into an existing chimney breast. It contains an oven on the reverse side facing into the dining room. Three rooms are heated with an addition convection vent leading out into the hall transmitting heat further down the house. The fascinating visual demonstration of the Biofire is evident in the burn process as the energy embodied in the wood is released. Within the core of the Biofire the gasses are also burned in an 8M long flame instead of being released into the atmosphere. Less than 1% ash is all that remains with only a need for to clean out once or twice year.
14 May 2008
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A bit more though out continuation of yesterdays rant on the overabundance of social network aggregators that "add" features. Also get into why I think it's hard to break out of the fish bowl. I think you have to bring people in not break out. And last I talk a bit about net neutrality in Canada.
3 Jun 2008
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PRESS RELEASE Director Richard Bazley has just completed a 60 sec spot for Sky through WCRS and Animation Company HRA. Exec Produced by Jerry Hibbert and Produced by Charlotte Loynes we follow the character of "Cool Cat" as he makes his way through the idyllic English countryside to the beat of Three Dog Night's song "Joy to the World". The end line "The World is a beautiful place, we'll carry on doing our bit to keep it that way, Sky , believe in better" reflects Sky's global concerns and draws attention to the website detailing Sky's ongoing action in working as a carbon neutral company. With influences in the animation ranging from the 30s rubber hose style and backgrounds with an ANIME influence Bazley has created a fresh and unique ad which feels like a short film in its own right. Director: Richard Bazley, Producer,Charlotte Loynes, Coordinator, Alan Bassett, Art Director Gethyn Davis. Creative Directors WCRS , Luke Williamson and Yan Elliott. Producer WCRS, James Lethem. Production Company HRA, Agency WCRS.
13 Aug 2008
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The First Carbon Neutral House on the East Coast Opens its Doors According to the EPA, approximately two thirds of greenhouse gases come from commercial and residential buildings. In fact, the average American home produces 22,830 lbs. of CO2 per year. The Green House, in McLean, Virginia, is the first carbon neutral house on the East Coast. Built to show how far green technology has come, the house uses a highly advanced energy efficient design and renewable energy systems. LED lighting and use of natural lighting, structural insulated panel construction, low-flow water fixtures and a green roof system are just a few of the elements that help make the Green House carbon neutral. Combined with vehicles like the all-electric Volt, a family could ideally live a carbon-neutral lifestyle. The house will be open to the public October 10th-30th. This satellite feed features SOTs from: - Mark Lowhan, West Group - Tony Posawatz, General Motors Produced for General Motors
25 Sep 2009
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Day 9 in Copenhagen. Todd Stern confirms the U.S. will not sign the Kyoto Protocol. Closer look at a carbon neutral island in Denmark.World shale development, an issue that could be a game changer at the climate talks.And the Senate holds a hearing on nuclear development.
16 Dec 2009
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A ferry ride from the climate talks in Copenhagen could teach negotiators just what it takes to fight climate change - Samso Island in Denmark is 100 percent sustainable. Clean Skies News looks at how this island can stay carbon neutral and how even cities as large as New York City can become sustainable as well.
16 Dec 2009
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The FCC is ready to pass net neutrality regulations.
21 Dec 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY ADNAN S. KHAN You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy Stephen Colbert: “I love Wikipedia. Any site that has a longer entry on ‘Truthiness’ than on Lutherans has its priorities straight.” (Comedy Central) The comedians never stopped punching, but Wikipedia held strong. The site is celebrating its 10th anniversary and expanding its horizons. New Delhi TV reports Wikipedia will be opening its first overseas office in India. “India was chosen because of its large population and increasing number of people using the Internet especially through mobile phones…” The site refuses to host advertisements and as a testament to its popularity, raised $16 million in 50 days. Co-founder Jimmy Wales explains to NPR how little investment Wikipedia needs to maintain its operations. JIMMY WALES: “Well, we have around 50 employees right now and we are going to hire a few more this year. And we have about 400 million visitors to the Web site every month. So, you know, each of the employees is responsible for about 8 million people. That’s pretty amazing if you think about.” In its decade-long history, Wikipedia’s biggest criticism has been its inaccuracies. Appearing on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Wales says the Wiki community is now far more active than ever before. “So you know the big major controversies of our time, actually there is less trouble there than you would think. There is a lot of debate argument and so on, but people are watching it. Where it gets to be more difficult is in biographies of people who are not immediately in the public’s eye. Maybe they were – you know – because then maybe there is only a few people monitoring and so sometimes – you know – if there is a problem, it needs to be called to the attention of the broader economy." But the Economist says in attempt to self-monitor, the website is butting heads with its original goal – complete open-source information. “…Wikipedia has become ossified and bureaucratic, discouraging new users from contributing—that is the greatest cause for concern. In recent years its most active contributors have become obsessed with obscure questions of doctrine and have developed their own curious jargon to describe the editing process.” When MSNBC asked Wales if he is tempted by the massive traffic to take up advertising, Wales said no, because the idea conflicts with the content-neutral nature of the site. Get more multisource tech news analysis from Newsy
18 Jan 2011
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*******www.runpals****/nike-air-pegasus-27.html The Nike Air Pegasus 27 is perhaps the most famous neutral running shoe offered by Nike. For many years now runners have pledged allegiance to this comfortable gem. Neutral runners not needing that lock down feel of an immobilization shoe will find the Air Pegasus +27 to be lightweight (11.6 oz men, 9.1 oz women), supportive, and extremely comfortable. This running shoe is perfect for training as well as long distance racing. Check out the full Nike Air Pegasus 27 running shoe review at: *******www.runpals****/nike-air-pegasus-27.html Music by Jason Shaw audionautix****, released under Creative Commons license 3.0.
28 Apr 2011
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*******www.runpals****/nike-shox-turbo-11.html For all our neutral footed friends searching for a trainer with some pizzazz, the Nike Shox Turbo 11 is finally here. This training shoe is designed to keep your feet on the track and out of the ice bucket. The Nike Turbo 11 is a smooth dandy of a shoe that comes in many boisterous designs and colors. The most noticeable feature on this model is the patented Shox design. Nike has placed spring like rubber columns in the heel that provide the ultimate in comfort and resiliency. Check out the full Nike Shox Turbo 11 running shoe review at: *******www.runpals****/nike-shox-turbo-11.html Music by Jason Shaw audionautix****, released under Creative Commons license 3.0.
28 Apr 2011
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*******www.runpals****/saucony-triumph-8.html Are you considering a pair of Saucony Triumph 8 running shoes? If so, you should know that they are considered the sweetest ride you can find on the market. They are a plush and sleek-looking trainer geared for neutral to slight underpronation, and absolutely scream comfort. Saucony spent a lot of effort ensuring the overall comfort of this shoe, and did so by equipping the Saucony Triumph with just about every shoe technology they have ever come up with. Check out the full Saucony Triumph 8 running shoe review at: *******www.runpals****/saucony-triumph-8.html Music by Jason Shaw audionautix****, released under Creative Commons license 3.0.
29 Apr 2011
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Website *******www.christian******* Facebook *******www.facebook****/christianinstitute Twitter *******twitter****/christianorguk YouTube ***********/christianorguk The Prime Minister has said it is time for politicians to move away from moral relativism and neutrality. -- But former Prime Minister Tony Blair has rejected the idea that Britain is suffering from moral decline. -- The Scottish Government is coming under pressure to add a further delay to its controversial sectarianism Bill. -- A regulator is thinking of allowing commercial abortion providers to advertise their services on television and radio. -- In America, a survey of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has found that just fourteen percent provide abortions. -- A 'sex box' is being used in primary school lessons in Switzerland. -- Schools in Missouri, America, are being sued for using internet pornography filters, because the filters may also block some homosexual websites. -- Happily married individuals who have heart surgery are three times more likely to survive than couples who are unmarried, a recent study claims.
30 Aug 2011
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