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Content posted in November 2009
Low-power parts vs. low-power design
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11/30/2009   1 comment
Low power is good, but what are the tradeoffs in achieving it.
Is it time to reap that (energy) harvest?
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11/21/2009   1 comment
Are the factors in place and aligned for this market to really take off?
Those casual power extrapolations drive me crazy
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11/14/2009   2 comments
The ease with which numbers are tossed around, especially those related to power and energy, really annoys me--and often leads to wrong conclusions
Can all-electric vehicles take charge?
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11/7/2009   5 comments
Yes, batteries are a problem, but even "perfect" batteries won't overcome the problem of the charging times and the current needed for a viable all-electric car or truck.


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