Green:Net: Here's What We Learned About IT

Advances in computing and communications are changing the world -- enabling huge changes in the way we can develop new materials and derive energy, but as they bring innovation to other areas of the economy those providing the computation and bandwidth must become more efficient.…

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Green:Net: The Dematerialization Opportunity

Jonathan Koomey of the Lawrence Berkeley Lab and Stanford is one of the world's reigning experts on "dematerialization," which he defines as two things. First, "removing the need to create a physical product." And second, "the energy savings associated with not having to transport that product."…

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Green:Net 2010 — Hurry, Just a Few Tickets Left!

Green:Net is almost sold out! The only conference dedicated to the intersection of IT and green has just a handful of tickets left; they’re available on a first-come, first-serve basis. GigaOM readers can get a $75 discount, so register now.…

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Countdown to Green:Net 2010 — Just 2 Weeks Left!

Green:Net 2010 will see top green entrepreneurs, technologists and market-leading companies convene on April 29th in San Francisco. Register now for the conference where you can meet with thought leaders, technologists, investors, press, new startups and their future customers and get $75 off your ticket!…

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