Off Grid Technology

28 02 2016

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Today’s show will be about philosophy and science of off grid renewable energy, and how anyone can apply minimal resources to cut the cord. Listen as we discuss DIY wind, biomass energy, upcycling, cost of small scale personal systems, differences in energy production/conservation, heating and cooling, etc.

Co-Ownerof Liberator LLC, manufacturer and designer of the first and only NRTL listed to UL-1482 Rocket Heater wood stove, good experience in gasification technology to run internal combustion engines.

Mr. Huddleston attended North County Tech for mechanical drafting, architectural design, and geospatial engineering, and has also done work with passive solar energy and DIY wind power.

Week In Review

  1. Soon, New Yorkers will be able to use smartphones to feed parking meters
  2. Rainbow Bagels Go Viral, and Multiply
  3. Airbnb admits that it purged 1,500 unflattering New York listings right before data release
  4. Microsoft Backs Apple in FBI Battle
  5. Google Docs now lets you dictate formatting edits

Polictal Technology

21 02 2016

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An innovator in the marketing world, Ric Militi has fearlessly embraced every aspect of the industry for over 35 years and throughout his career.

Most recently, Ric founded Crazy Raccoons, a tech think tank designed to create simple solutions to complex problems, especially in the marketing world. The tech company recently launched their first product, Zip – The Question Answer App.

In tandem, the companies can now successfully solve all marketing challenges with effective solutions. Now as CEO of three different marketing, film and technology firms, Ric takes the same approach in everything he does with passion, innovation and drive.

Week In Review

  1. NY joins multi-state green coalition
  2. New York is the Bitcoin ATM capital of the world
  3. Broadcasters return to 1 World Trade Center after 14-year absence
  4. Hospital explains decision to pay ransom to hackers
  5. Apple fights the feds on iPhone security hack