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  1. Bob Moog Rocks Google Homepage With Synthesizer Logo You Can Play

    The last two letters, lowercase “l” and “e,” are made up of curling power cords to the right of the synth. Over an educational career that saw him attend Queens, Columbia, and Cornell, Moog earned a bachelor’s degree in physics, an electrical...

  2. SES NYC Day 2 Keynote - Nick Carr "The Big Switch"

    Power generation used to be a necessity for every business, and needed to be developed locally within it. As soon as large-scale generating plants and distribution via wires made it possible to get power to the end-customers, local power generation...

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  3. Google.org Reveals Five Focus Areas

    This program was launched in November, and will focus initially on advanced solar thermal power, wind power technologies, enhanced geothermal systems and other potential breakthrough technologies. Accelerate the Commercialization of Plug-In...

  4. The Search Engine Report March 5, 2001 - Number 52

    The Power Search page is also listed with them. In addition, AltaVista's power and advanced search pages have none of the behind-the-scenes processing happening. However, advanced searchers may still prefer to control AltaVista themselves by using...

  5. The Search Engine Report, March 5, 2001, Number 52

    The Power Search page is also listed with them. In addition, AltaVista's power and advanced search pages have none of the behind-the-scenes processing happening. However, advanced searchers may still prefer to control AltaVista themselves by using...

  6. New ProFusion Site Offers Better View Of Invisible Information

    ProFusion's automatic suggestions of invisible web resources are good, but I think the real power lies in browsing topics from its home page. If I search for that -- "historical information on electrical consumption in California" -- Profusion...

  7. New ProFusion Site Offers Better View Of Invisible Information

    ProFusion's automatic suggestions of invisible web resources are good, but I think the real power lies in browsing topics from its home page. If I search for that -- "historical information on electrical consumption in California" -- Profusion...