@climbergal We've done the same, except we just take the laptop to the couch or the bed or whereever. Happy to let others subsidize my TV.

mrgunn: @climbergal We've done the same, except we just take the laptop to the couch or the bed or whereever. Happy to let others subsidize my TV.

See original: Twitter @climbergal We've done the same, except we just take the laptop to the couch or the bed or whereever. Happy to let others subsidize my TV.

Liked "FriendFeed’s Just Fine" http://ff.im/cO3Jw

mrgunn: Liked "FriendFeed’s Just Fine" http://ff.im/cO3Jw

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@fredcobio You must have mistaken me for someone who wants to argue about this.

mrgunn: @fredcobio You must have mistaken me for someone who wants to argue about this.

See original: Twitter @fredcobio You must have mistaken me for someone who wants to argue about this.

@marycanady @CantonDog You shouldn't even have to ask! ;-)

mrgunn: @marycanady @CantonDog You shouldn't even have to ask! ;-)

See original: Twitter @marycanady @CantonDog You shouldn't even have to ask! ;-)

@marycanady Maybe that's better now than paying for a geek to code up the animation in HTML5 ;-)

mrgunn: @marycanady Maybe that's better now than paying for a geek to code up the animation in HTML5 ;-)

See original: Twitter @marycanady Maybe that's better now than paying for a geek to code up the animation in HTML5 ;-)

@communicating Gah! Would it kill a PR person to actually link to the article they're writing about?

mrgunn: @communicating Gah! Would it kill a PR person to actually link to the article they're writing about?

See original: Twitter @communicating Gah! Would it kill a PR person to actually link to the article they're writing about?

@TEDJohnMark if one goes by myths, hinduism with monkey gods (hanuman) also goes way back. the Q is did people practice buddhism back then?

sandygautam: @TEDJohnMark if one goes by myths, hinduism with monkey gods (hanuman) also goes way back. the Q is did people practice buddhism back then?

See original: Twitter @TEDJohnMark if one goes by myths, hinduism with monkey gods (hanuman) also goes way back. the Q is did people practice buddhism back then?

COP15 Highlights, day 6 - December 12, 2009

Watch highlights from day 6 of the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 (COP15) - recorded on December 12, 2009
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@marycanady Is is, but HTML5 is the way to go for most things now.

mrgunn: @marycanady Is is, but HTML5 is the way to go for most things now.

See original: Twitter @marycanady Is is, but HTML5 is the way to go for most things now.

COP15 Behind the Scenes: Interpreting COP15

Watch the COP15 Behind the Scenes film about the UN Interpretation Service at the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 (COP15) in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Spending on green goods has increased by 5%, with each household spending an average of £251 on environmentally friendly products

12/12/2009 Guardian UK households are slowly going green and are now spending more than £250 a year on environmentally friendly products such as low-energy lightbulbs and energy-efficient appliances, figures suggested today.The Co-operative bank’s annual Ethical consumerism report showed that expenditure on green products and services topped £6.4bn in 2008. Despite the recession, spending on green [...]

See original: Resources for a sustainable future Spending on green goods has increased by 5%, with each household spending an average of £251 on environmentally friendly products