Monthly Archives: February 2012

Chinese Tier-2 Photo Voltaic Modules Below $1/W

Just a quick note.  Prices for crystalline-silicon (c-Si) solar photovoltaic (PV) modules fell below the $1/W mark in January 2012





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The MPAA Is Again Trying To Exclude The Public From The Discussion On Copyright

After the protests and public outcry over SOPA, PIPA, and ACTA you would expect the MPAA to understand, it wasn’t just a few companies that were complaining, it was the biggest stake holder, the public. Now they are trying to … Continue reading





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The Content Industry And The Five Stages Of Grieving

For many people in the content industry its a way of life. The wheeling and dealing, the insider club, the exclusivity, once you get there you have a small group surrounding you. A group that you tend to stick with. … Continue reading





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A Browser Plugin To Circumvent Googles New Privacy Policy Is Needed

Google is combining many of its 70 privacy policies into one that spans most of their internet properties. This is information they already have, now it is spread out over multiple websites. This will allow Google to track your online habits … Continue reading





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The Epic Failure Of SOPA And PIPA – And What Everyone Doesn’t Seem To Realize Yet

Several hundred years ago, the transit times of books and news was extremely long, information spread at a very slow rate. Centuries ago for like minded individuals to come together, for a conspiracies to form, or for people to come … Continue reading





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Augmented Reality And A TV Studio In You Pocket

For a while now it has been obvious that the effects done by TV and movie studios would eventually make their way to cellphones and tablets.  This year at CES many of the cellphones and tablets on display had built … Continue reading





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A Moment Of Peace, Great Image

After two weeks of setting up this blog and posting mainly interesting fluff. It is time to take a breather for the weekend and then do some real writing. Nanotechnology, 3D printing, Intellectual Property, Biology, Brain Computer Interfaces, Programming, Predictions … Continue reading





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TPPA – Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement- Full

TPPA – TRANS-PACIFIC STRATEGIC ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT – FULL TRANS-PACIFIC STRATEGIC ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT





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The Cellphones Tablets and the Future of Hollywood

Independent movies don’t have to be block busters to ruin the studios. All they need to be is marginally successful. Already 10% of Sundance is Kickstarter funded movies. Imagine 10 years from now, when large numbers of movies are done by … Continue reading





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The Party Of We – Communications in the world of good and evil.

This is the first in a series of essays on how communications and social media are changing the world. Several years back, large groups of people began spontaneously coming together    online for various causes. There was however, no definition or description … Continue reading





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TPP – TPPA – Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement- Intellectual Property Chapter

TPP  – Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership also known as TPPA – Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement Intellectual Property Chapter  





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