Stories for Aug. 1, 2008

Earlier this week, 35 venture capitalists wandered the halls of the National Renewable Energy Lab in Colorado. They were attending a conference focused on commercializing the clean technology that comes out of national labs, learning how to scope out the taxpayer-funded research that may one day […] Read more »

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One of the best things about writing full-time is having the opportunity to spend much more time coming up with good ideas to write about for your entertainment.  I have been wanting to start a regular feature on jkOnTheRun where I can ramble on about the […] Read more »

Hey guys, I just signed on to moderate a panel at Dan Rayburn’s excellent Streaming Media West conference in September. Now we need to fill it with some interesting and relevant panelists. Dan just posted a call for speakers on his blog, and I’m reprinting it […] Read more »

As we reported last week, video-sharing site Vimeo will soon disallow uploads of game footage. Gamers, however, will still be looking to show off their latest Warcraft raid, Halo 2 headshot or machinima masterpiece, so which sites should they turn to instead? YouTube is the obvious […] Read more »

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Bill Gates may have left the Microsoft campus, but he hasn’t lost his flair for the dramatic gesture. It seems one part of Gates’ vast portfolio is at war with another part. To resolve things, Gates is publicly slapping himself on the wrist — something he […] Read more »

Just got home from a delightful evening at the first NewTeeVee Pier Screenings of the season, where Park Bench took home the prize for best web series pilot with its “Tested” episode. The show is made by Tertiary Productions and Suzanne Cotsakos. Its embed autoplays, so […] Read more »

Stories for Jul. 31, 2008

It looks like after Amazon, a mere book retailer, showed them the way, all the technology powerhouses have fallen in love with cloud computing. Hewlett-Packard, Intel and Yahoo earlier this week said they’ve teamed up with three universities to create a cloud computing testbed, and Michael […] Read more »

DOE Puts $36M More into Carbon Capture: The U.S. Department of Energy announced today that it is granting $36 million to 15 different projects researching carbon capture from coal-fired power plants. The DOE is still looking to invest over $1 billion in carbon capture in the […] Read more »

We’re expecting a packed house at our l’il pier this evening. Three hundred and fifty people (our biggest audience yet!) have registered to attend our first NewTeeVee Pier Screening of 2008. Not able to make it? No worries, catch all the magic through the power of […] Read more »

Ten years from now, I believe that clouds will be evaluated based on three generic criteria: transactions, user experience and presence. And as with any active market, it’s a safe bet that there will be plenty of companies that best showcase each of them. But which of them will own the cloud? Read more »

There’s an exhaustive new security report out from IBM Internet Security Systems: the X-Force 2008 Mid-Year Trend Statistics report. We’ve analyzed it over on the OStatic blog from the perspective of several open source platforms arriving on the “most vulnerability disclosures” list for the first time, […] Read more »

When it comes to renewable energy, it seems we have a new Do-Nothing Congress up on Capitol Hill. The Senate yesterday failed once again to renew the investment and production tax credits that facilitate millions of dollars of private funding into solar and wind energy projects. […] Read more »

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