World Energy Outlook: Seven key trends shaping the low-carbon economy George Ogleby, 15 November 2017 (edie.net) “…[The first of seven key trends identified in the just-released World Energy Outlook 2017 is that] global energy demand...Show More Summary
This Industry Viewpoint was authored by Chris Janson, Product Marketing Manager - Optical Networking for Nokia Optical fiber is now prevalent in communications networks and is used to connect business, residential, and individual users. Show More Summary
Here's a quick look at some news items from around the US mid-week:... [visit site to read more]
A new study of American parents of connected children released today by the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) found that parents whose kids have their own connected device or social media account are notably more optimistic about the benefits of that technology than are those whose children do not have them. The report, “Connected Families: […]
As he promised, Josh is back with more jobs this week.....Check out his post from earlier this week. My regular TGIF post will follow tomorrow. Join the @OregonState Water Resources Graduate Program Jobs Listserv! Click here. Here is a link to the weekly water news for 4 - 10 November...
After viewing my post on GMDs, a good friend from the Land of Enchantment sent me these comments from a stakeholder who has agreed to share her/his data with the Collaborative Groundwater Monitoring Network (CGMN) of the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources' (NMBGMR) Aquifer Mapping Program (AMP):...
Telecom carriers, providers spend millions researching how people feel about products. Some of the best public information comes from J.D. Power.
Yesterday a new rumor hit the markets involving big telecom/cable buying media assets. Supposedly, both Verizon and Comcast have been talking to Twenty-First Century Fox about acquiring TV and movie related assets.... [visit site to read more]
A tiny fraction of power lines cause most of cascading power failures
New Opportunities for Next Gen Broadcasters and Simulcast “Host” Stations, but Controversies Remain. Yesterday, the FCC adopted a Report and Order authorizing television broadcasters to use the “Next Generation” broadcast television (Next Gen TV) transmission standard (also called “ATSC 3.0”) on a voluntary, market-driven basis. Show More Summary
The Federal Communications Commission has taken a very tiny step toward eliminating unnecessary obstacles to the installation of communications facilities on existing structures without triggering historic review obligations. For the...Show More Summary