Posted in Client Service | Codes & Regulations | Communication | Current Events | Information Technology by Martin Brule, Jr. (Technology) on October 27, 2010
Imagine that you are an elderly man or woman stopping at the local pharmacy for your medications, and the pharmacist hands you the printed prescription and your meds. You are good to go for the next month. Now imagine that you are a police officer at the station’s narcotics unit, printing the latest dirt on your targets. You have the information you need to continue with a sting operation. For one more make-believe story, imagine that you just started a new health insurance plan at work and have just received the printed documents of your policy. Your doctor visits are now covered at 80/20 for the year.
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Posted in Energy Conservation | Innovative Solutions by Martin Brule, Jr. (Technology) on September 10, 2010
The term “alternative energy” is nothing new in this day and age but some of the innovations are certainly novel. There is ocean thermo-electric conversion in Puerto Rico that takes advantage of the temperature differences between the surface water and deep sea water. The Coast Guard in Maine harness tidal currents to generate electricity. The Republic of Rwanda in eastern-central Africa extracts trapped gases from a lake to generate electricity. Technologies like solar and wind power have been around, but there are even innovations in these areas as well. Another technology that has not been in the spotlight as of late aims to help everyone. This is the water fuel cell, also known as the hydrogen fuel cell, an alternative form of electrolysis. It helps to understand the fuel cell by first understanding what basic electrolysis is, as shown in this short video.No comments yet | Permalink |