Yay social media!
Today’s links are all sourced from Twitter. Why? because I can! But mostly because Twitter has become a go-to, real-time resource for discovering great news and articles in the Green IT and cleantech space. So today, I also credit the Twitter accounts that help draw attention — and spark conversation around — the stuff that matters to green geeks.
So, what does Twitter have in store for us today? Glad you asked!
In Today’s 10: The secret to Adobe’s LEED Platinum success; Teslas hit the 10 million mile mark and it bodes well for EV research; and IBM Research looks into securing the “Internet of Things” and its impact on all those IP-addressable sensor networks that will become a hallmark of the smart energy future.
Submetering key to Adobe’s latest LEED Platinum rating – SmartPlanet [via @HeathClancy]
WEBINAR: Smart Grid Is Changing The Customer Experience, But How? – The Energy Collective [via @EnergyCollectiv]
Event: Mark your calendar for this Wednesday on some smart grid insights!
Confirmed! Charging & Free Parking for Volt at LAX – Volt Blog [via @ecomagination]
Earth Hour Photos from Around the World (2008-2011) – greenUPGRADER [via @greentweets]
Sure, I’s not too impressed by its social media campaign, but Earth Hour sure knows how to put on a (non-)show!