New Energy to Culminate Gnomedex Conference
The organizers of an annual Internet media conference have asked a new
energy proponent to conclude the conference with a presentation on Top 100
Energy Technologies and open sourcing of exotic energy technologies.
Pure Energy Systems News
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, USA -- Thanks to a recommendation by fellow New Energy
Congress (NEC) member, Joel Garbon, I have been invited to be the feature speaker at
the annual Gnomedex
conference. The organizers asked me to talk about the Top 100 Energy Technologies and open sourcing as the culmination of the
three-day conference that ends on August 11. They see the solutions we
offer as a fitting focal point, giving a strong "why" for the many
internet media capabilities that are revolutionizing the planet, opening doors
that previously were closed due to the control of media by the powers that be.
This is the seventh Gnomedex conference, with a list of attendees
that include representatives from such Internet media moguls as Makezine, CNet,
ZDNet, Slashdot, JibJab, Snap, GoDaddy, Podcast.com, Pdtech, Google, Yahoo,
Adobe Systems, Microsoft, Intel, WhitePages, CNN, NPR, Earthlink, MSNBC, MSN
Money, Warner Bros. Records, and Turner Broadcasting System. Some other
heavy-hitter companies are also represented: Motorola, Amazon, NASA.
The event, which will be streamed live, as well as made available afterward via
download, is being organized by Chris and Ponzi Pirillo of Seattle, who met Joel Garbon at a conference at which he spoke recently about the
New Energy Movement. They invited him to speak at Gnomedex, but he is going to be out of the country at that time, so he
I'll be talking about how some of the most exciting renewable energy
developments in general as well as how open sourcing could provide a much-needed
boost to launch some of the more exotic and promising of the new energy
technologies. The Top 100 listing
has been compiled by the New Energy
Congress, which was founded by several esteemed professionals in the Energy
world and myself a year and a half ago. The purpose of the NEC is to
review the myriad of promising clean energy technologies and to rank them
according to a set of criteria
that include: renewable, environmentally friendly, reliable, affordable,
credible, and safe.
With this subject being tapped as the featured presentation, we will have a
tremendous opportunity to greatly expand awareness about and support for some of
these amazing technologies, many of which have been languishing, not because
they are not valuable, but because they have not received the attention and
support they deserve.
We at PES Network, Inc, which supports the NEC, have the following statement in the footer of our sites: "He who is one step ahead
is a genius; he who is two steps ahead is a crackpot." From what I
have been told, those who
attend this Gnomedex conference will largely be of the "one step ahead" genius
category of our day, for whom the "two steps ahead" material we often
feature will be but one additional step ahead, not the unspannable two steps it
is for many others.
Imagine the human energy these people can bring to the field if they can get
excited about what it is we are doing and pass that excitement forward to their
various networks. This featured spot provides fertile soil for sewing
seeds, which otherwise often fall on hardened, unreceptive ground or are blown
away with the first breeze of skepticism.
If you know of a technology that is not represented in the Top 100 but you think
should be, please let us know. Also, if you know of an exotic, promising
technology that we could demonstrate at this conference, either live or via
video footage, let us know. You can make submissions through the "submit"
link found at the top of our sites, among other places.
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Gnomedex Anchor: Sterling Allan
/ OS > Evaluating
and Open Sourcing Clean Energy - Video of Sterling Allan's
presentation at the Gnomedex conference in Seattle on Aug. 11, talking
about screening the best technologies, and using the open source model
to break the log jam on exotic, disruptive energy technologies. (PESWiki;
Sept. 21, 2007)