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Solar + Storage Is Close To An Inflection Point
Seeking Alpha

Solar + Storage Is Close To An Inflection Point

Summary Solar energy has already achieved grid parity in a number of locations, but problems with its intermittent nature remain. Energy storage will greatly diminish these remaining problems, so solar + storage is becoming a big investment ... Seeking Alpha, 1 week ago

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Information Age

Data Lake Concept Hopes To Solve Two Problems, But Beware Of The Fallacy

The growing hype surrounding data lakes is causing substantial confusion in the information management space, according to Gartner, Inc. "In broad terms, data lakes are marketed as enterprise wide data management platforms for analysing ...
 Industry 2.04 weeks ago Beware of the data lake fallacy, warns Gartner  Information Age1 month ago Gartner Says Beware of the Data Lake Fallacy  PressReleasePoint4 weeks ago GARTNER : Says Beware of the Data Lake Fallacy  4 Traders1 month ago
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Enterprise Open Source Magazine

BLOG: IoT Needs Open Discovery Scheme

A great many people fail to understand the fundamental changes that will come with the Internet of Things. Instead, they expect traditional networking protocols such as TCP/IP and host-server architectures to carry on. After all, doesn't IPv6 make ...
 EE Times1 day ago @ThingsExpo Silicon Valley First Faculty Members and Sessions Announced  Enterprise Open Source Magazine5 days ago 18 Visionaries Of "Internet of Things" Join @ThingsExpo Faculty  Sys-Con India6 days ago @ThingsExpo | 18 Visionaries Of Internet of Things (#IoT)  Apache Developer's Journal1 week ago
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Where the five-day work week came from

Seven days, wrote Witold Rybczynski in the August 1991 issue of The Atlantic , is not natural because no natural phenomenon occurs every seven days. The year marks one revolution of the Earth around the sun. Months, supposedly, mark the time between ...
 Special Broadcasting Service5 days ago Where the Five-Day Workweek Came From  Government Executive6 days ago It's Time for a Four-Day Workweek  The Atlantic Cities6 days ago Here's Where The 5-Day Workweek Came From  Business Insider6 days ago

Daniel Crockett: Nature Connection Will Be the Next Big Human Trend

Something is amiss and we can't quite put our finger on what. It seems that the further our society progresses, the more disenfranchised we feel. The hyper-connectivity of social media ( which has its own potential ) leaves us cold and ...
 Huffington Post UK5 days ago Nature Connection Will Be the Next Big Human Trend  Huffington Post UK5 days ago

The fundamental ties that bind also confuse the world's chemists

In the last decade or so, scientists around the globe have been questioning one of the foundations of chemistry, namely the existence and nature of a chemical bond. The chemical bond is one of the very first concepts taught to students: atoms, ...
 Mail & Guardian Online5 days ago
The New Republic Online

All Americans Should Have Access To Affordable Energy

N ations as well as well as individuals, caught up in a maze of important problems requiring immediate consideration and action, almost necessarily tend to neglect long time issues. In the war with Spain a patrol-boat captain, on being told that one ...
 The New Republic Online2 weeks ago

Brick or stone, Mr Ito?

The grid is fundamental in architecture, but, as Japanese architect Toyo Ito reminded audiences at the 25th world congress of the International Union of Architects (UIA) in Durban, grids do not occur in nature. Born in Seoul in 1941 to Japanese ...
 Mail & Guardian Online2 weeks ago

Big 12 Basketball: Can Texas Tech Continue to Improve?

Texas Tech is next under the microscope in our look at Big 12 hoops. It is not an immutable law of nature that Texas Tech must be bad at basketball. There have been times over the last two decades where the Red Raiders were good. Just ten years ago ...
 Austin American Statesman3 weeks ago

The statistical problem of greedy pigs

Your Maths Masters love games. We're always ready for a sophisticated game of chess, or Go, or Snakes and Ladders. Yep, your Maths Masters are not too old to enjoy games of pure chance, letting the gods of the dice decide our fate. And, we very much ...
 Melbourne Age3 weeks ago
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