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    ≎ A San Francisco health officer takes a dim view of this study, and explains why. One of the graphs in his memo does show a sharp increase in one variety of bacteria in 1990, though, which was when I...
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    ≎ A San Francisco health officer takes a dim view of this study, and explains why. One of the graphs in his memo does show a sharp increase in one variety of bacteria in 1990, though, which was when I...
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    San Francisco got a bunch of new bus stop shelters. They have a wavy roof on top (allowing rain to get in, oops), and a regular solar panel would spoil the look, so with great fanfare they promoted their use...
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    Elly Blue recently wrote a great adaptation of Alison Bechdel's Rule to bike marketing, to much acclaim. Perhaps it could be extended to solar marketing, or marketing in general: Is This Thing Sexist?...
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    I remember when CFLs cost $40, in the 1990s, and there were various approaches to try to make them affordable. Eventually utilities realized that "demand-side management" was cheaper than building new power plants and started to subsidize them. Alas, by...
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    ≎ A San Francisco health officer takes a dim view of this study, and explains why. One of the graphs in his memo does show a sharp increase in one variety of bacteria in 1990, though, which was when I...
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    ≎ A San Francisco health officer takes a dim view of this study, and explains why. One of the graphs in his memo does show a sharp increase in one variety of bacteria in 1990, though, which was when I...
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    San Francisco got a bunch of new bus stop shelters. They have a wavy roof on top (allowing rain to get in, oops), and a regular solar panel would spoil the look, so with great fanfare they promoted their use...
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    Elly Blue recently wrote a great adaptation of Alison Bechdel's Rule to bike marketing, to much acclaim. Perhaps it could be extended to solar marketing, or marketing in general: Is This Thing Sexist?...
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    I remember when CFLs cost $40, in the 1990s, and there were various approaches to try to make them affordable. Eventually utilities realized that "demand-side management" was cheaper than building new power plants and started to subsidize them. Alas, by...
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