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Links 1 through 10 of 13 by Nathan Gilliatt tagged energy

This is a concept worth considering: "when computation starts to ensure its own survival at the expense of the overall marketplace." Malignant computation is the use of computing resources that is worth the cost to the individual but that represents an overall loss to society. High-frequency trading is a convincing example.

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This mash-up from the US Energy Information Administration overlays storm tracking on map layers showing energy infrastructure (power plants, pipe lines, refineries, and more). It's also useful if you want to see where U.S. energy infrastructure is located.

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Thomas Friedman on US energy policy. I like Peter Schwartz's summary: “Maximize demand, minimize supply and buy the rest from the people who hate us the most.”

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Where it comes from, where it goes (2002 data)

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