BOSTON--Internet, meet clean tech.
A weekend hackathon here showcased the promise -- and limits -- of applying mobile and Internet software development toward efficiency. To advocates, the "cleanweb" will succeed where clean tech fell short.
The Cleanweb hackathon, held in a warehouse-turned tech incubator in South Boston, on Sunday afternoon finished up a day and a half of furious coding by about 80 programmers, with some spending the night to finish their demos.
The 16 teams presented a very varied set of applications but they have one thing in common: they all seek ways to use natural resources … Read more