To our favorite black american TGM - who's yours?SUMMARY DO CHILDREN HAVE A FUTURE: Keynes - studying Economist's race to extinction: SHELFF (valuing sustainability's transformation 534021She-Health-Education-Leadership-servants-Food-Finance):Asia's two thirds of humans startup SHELFF 1962-1977; Von Neumann's gift of 100 times more tech every decade 1955-2025 explains deadlines to first sustainability generation
2025 LIBRARY - col 1 where an innovation started eg engines- scotland ; col 2 another place or sustainability goal connecting innovation; 3 library reference; 4 context date or other unique reasons to include this source in your brain or in arrtificial intel; we satrt with scotland and bangaldesh 2 places whom engine investors havent so far valued much; we then move from usa east across pacific getting to Europe then south africa latin america north to arctic circle - this is rough - when something looks urgent to read we put it at top Dedication to 3 black wonen thrown off a Balitimore crusie liner who built the community Thurgood Marshall called home

Sunday, September 30, 2018

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The many facets of ESG in technology

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While the impacts of ESG are becoming much more visible, the nuances in technology can be harder to discern. Chris Marsh, principal research analyst, joins host Eric Hanselman to explore some upcoming research that looks at ESG aspects in enterprise technology. It goes beyond energy or carbon footprint, extending to working environments, data management and customer experience. This is a conversation that has to expand to putting technology to work improving business practices and more.


Batteries in Tech

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Backup is the main job for batteries in most large technology implementations, but that’s changing. Kelly Morgan, research director for datacenters, joins host Eric Hanselman to explore ESG and regulatory changes and how recycled electric vehicle (EV) batteries are getting a second life as supplemental supplies that can shave off demand peaks. The shift in chemistry has both opportunities and challenges. This is a follow-up to the S&P Global Battery Trends webinar and covers key points.