Monthly Archives: November 2008

Now *that* is an Apple Pie!

How to make an *Apple* apple pie. Quite an elaborate preparation and better tasting than the real thing…no wait, it IS the real thing.

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The Kit That Turns Gas Guzzlers into Plug-In Hybrids

This is fascinating. Ulrik Poulsen’s Invention turns any car into a hybrid.

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Interactive YouTube Adventure

This is a simple but very creative idea.  I wish I had the time to create it, let alone watch it all.  I do plan to play my way through it over the holidays… inbetween leftovers, parades and games.  Watch at least one and you’ll see how it all works.

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For one Spanish town, the birth of solar is in a cemetery

A new kind of silent hero has joined the fight against climate change. Santa Coloma de Gramenet, a gritty, working-class town outside Barcelona, has placed a sea of solar panels atop mausoleums at its cemetery, transforming a place of perpetual rest into one buzzing with renewable energy.

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A very creative pixelated wedding

A wedding designed around pixelated flowers, this blog post walks you through a lot of the details that went into a really creative wedding idea. Nicely done and it looks like they had fun. Love the photo booth idea.

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The Volt and the Prius. Just beginning of the electric car era.

The Chevrolet Volt and Toyota Prius look a lot alike, but they are fundamentally different cars that blaze separate paths toward the inevitable electrification of the automobile. And while the Prius is the world’s most-popular hybrid and the poster child for green(er) motoring, the Volt is more technologically advanced.

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Obama. Fired up! Ready to go!

Wow

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