Very funny… I think I’ll see what other funny clips I can come across and add them too!
The sneezing panda is such a funny clip… well worth a watch!
The remaining fixtures for Chester Races 2010 are…
Sunday, 1 August 2010 Family Funday
Saturday, 21 August 2010 totesport Summer Festival
Friday, 10 September 2010 Autumn Festival
Saturday, 11 September 2010 Autumn Festival
Saturday, 25 September 2010 Autumn Finale
It apparently uses Yahoo to power its searches, which means ultimately it’ll be Microsoft’s Bing soon enough, but the difference is their claim that a proportion of their advertising revenue goes towards saving the rainforests. On their site they say, “Each web search saves about 2 m² of rainforest for free. We already protected 128,504,979 m². Worth a try perhaps? http://ecosia.org/
Ok – so there’s more than a little self interest in me writing about this, mainly because I’m the marketing manager tasked with promoting a domestic voltage optimisation product in the UK. However, even if I weren’t working in the industry, I think the green credentials of the technology are such that it should be more widely known about and considered as a viable green technology.
I’ve created a LinkedIn group here: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?mostPopular=&gid=3216180 which I’m hoping will be one of many touch points for the general public to find out more about voltage optimisation.
To put it concisely, voltage optimisation is a proven scientific approach to lowering and regulating incoming voltage into a property, and in doing so the household will use less electricity, which will cost less, result in fewer CO2 emissions and potentially prolong the useful life of domestic appliances.