What do you know? The do-gooders had a good idea: A 50 percent reduction in power consumption by computers by the year 2010.
This was a central plank of the Climate Savers Computing Initiative, a nonprofit initiative which is celebrating its one-year anniversary this month. Most of the usual suspects have thrown their support behind the project. (Here's a link to the full list. These folks aren't signing on out of any woolly eyed desire to save humanity--though that's a nice idea. They're doing it to help their bottom line. (Even better!)
So it is that … Read more