Sunday, October 25, 2009

Climate Shill at Mother Jones

In December, world leaders will meet in Copenhagen to hash out a climate treaty that will shape our planet for generations to come. Our special climate issue features four different children on the cover to dramatize the point that we're gambling with their future. ~ Mother Jones

MoJo's Next Top Cover Models

Wed October 21, 2009 3:09 PM PST

World leaders are about to start negotiating what's likely our last best chance to avert catastrophic climate change—a global treaty to bring down carbon emissions. The stakes are huge, and yet so far it's politics as usual, and conventional wisdom has it that there won't be a deal.

Want to remind your politicians (and your friends) that this is not about special interests, but the future of all of us? And also have a whole lot of fun? Try our interactive application where you can create a personalized cover of Mother Jones' special issue on climate. In less than 24 hours, Mother Jones readers have made close to a thousand covers. Here are some:


Saturday, October 24, 2009

Cloud Computing and The Weirdest Clouds that You’ll Ever See

Since I've been working on the CSix Cloud Computing SIG website the past two weeks, I have clouds on the brain. Although the clouds in the sky don't have much to do with
topics relating to educational, networking and career transformation opportunities in Cloud Computing, virtualization, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, Software Frameworks and Web services areas.

I still like looking at them.

I loved this article on The Weirdest Clouds that You’ll Ever See on Webdesigner Depot. So many very amazing pictures of clouds.