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My son showed me this today: www.blackle.com. It's a black screen that uses a google search. The black screen saves energy. Simple. Effective.
 
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Hm, another techie found more info here. Blackle only saves energy for the older, CRT monitors. For the new LCD monitors, the color doesn't matter. Dang.
 
              
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haha, well, its probably easier on the eyes though
 
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i hate to even think of how much energy i use here on things i'm not using..or are using..sheesh, i want a wind generator (just  never could afford it..)
 
If I'd had more time, I would have written a shorter letter. -T.S. Eliot such a short, tiny ad:
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