Friday, July 14, 2006

Design e2: Green Machine

holy crap! PBS kicks ass for putting these shows online. i mean it's free to watch (sorta) on TV, so why not put them on the web for those of us who don't have TVs (and don't want TVs!). yeah for quality programming about green design on the web.




Phil Chapter said...

The clue is that, unfortunately an acute shortage of the main raw material necessary to build chips won’t hurt chip makers, but solar cell producers will feel a pinch from the lack of polysilicon. The shortage has caused polysilicon prices to rise over the past few years, but only solar cell makers will be impacted by the shortage. Chip makers will get what they need, but the solar cell companies will not get what they need and companies will not meet the forecasts people have for them. Polysilicon makers were burned during the last chip industry downturn, when polysilicon prices slumped. This time around, they’ve been far more cautious about building expensive new plants. The solutions are invited.

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Phil Chapter

Michael Meiser said...

Holy crap ryanne I was just enjoying these stollen of bittorent. I didn't even know they had a podcast! How awesome is that! I don't have to steal them anymore! :)

LOL... PBS does kick ass! Thanks for the revlog.

Let me know if there are any others from PBS.

Oh, and btw, did Postcards from Buster ever establish a video podcast feed like we talked about way, way back? I got sidetracked, but I never forget, just busy.

Peace, and thanks again,