When I was a kid, one of my neighbors had a solar radiometer. It’s a glass bulb about the size of a baseball, with diamond-shaped panels connected to a spindle.
One of the first things many companies do at the start of a Data Center project is look around to see what other companies have done. Wouldn’t it be great
I love it when a small discovery causes me think about the big picture. I’ve been researching water-related factoids for this week’s Data Center Deconstructed video on hydropower. Along the
When I worked as a newspaper reporter, there was one type of story my fellow writers and I always dreaded. Weather stories. I’m not talking about covering a major event
What would you do if the next time you drove your car, you noticed a small amount of fuel leaking from it? What if all cars on the road had
If I become hiring manager for a Data Center team, I’m asking candidates whether they have Tetris skills. Anyone who can neatly fill a space with odd-shaped blocks falling at