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Web Users Now Spend Half Their Time Visiting Content, Outpacing, Communications And Commerce
August 13, 2007 10:00 AM - Paul Schaefer

Internet users are spending nearly half their online time visiting content, a 37% increase in share of time from four years ago. The total time being spent with search remains relatively low, accounting for just 5% of Internet users online time in 2007.

Report: Without New Investment, Internet Will Face 'Rush Hour Traffic' Jam
August 9, 2007 04:48 PM - By Paul Schaefer, ENN

New traffic from YouTube, and other social media may overload Internet without major expansion of capability.

Aerospace Industry to Consume $57 Billion Worth of Composite Materials Between 2007-2026
August 9, 2007 04:23 PM - Source?

On an annual basis, the aerospace industry consumes an estimated 700 million lbs. of raw materials including aluminum, composites, glare, steel, titanium and other materials, according to a new study.

Shoppers Grab Up Green Teflon Replacement
August 7, 2007 06:33 PM - By Paul Schaefer, ENN

The first environmentally-friendly, PTFE-free non-stick cookware sold out in out 4 hours during its live TV shopping debut. 24,000 pieces sold.

Eco-Friendlier Rail Engine
August 7, 2007 04:22 PM - By Paul Schaefer, ENN

The railroads are getting greener too. Diesel rail engine manufacturer MTU Detroit Diesel received EPA certification today for a new, eco-friendlier high-speed rail engine. The low-emission 2250 horsepower engine is optimized for the rail industry and meets EPA's Tier 2 emission standard.

New Poll: Nine Of 10 Americans Favor Ban On Texting While Driving
August 7, 2007 12:02 PM - Paul Schaefer, ENN

Driving While Texting (DWT) is as dangerous as driving after a couple of drinks, say 91 percent of people in a new survey.

Zero Emission Electric Vechicle Meets American Roads on Two Wheels
August 1, 2007 06:14 PM - By Bruce Mulliken, Green Energy News, Private Landowner Network

It may be a few more years before a high-performance all-electric vehicle like the Tesla sports car is available for Joe (or Josephine) Average consumer. At the better part of $100,000 the Tesla is intended for the green-minded well-to-do, not the rest of us. But if a four wheeled electric vehicle is out of reach, what about one with two?

Five Chlorine Plants Refuse Mercury-Free Technology
July 25, 2007 12:00 AM - Oceana

Five chlorine plants that are among the top mercury polluters in the United States would reap economic benefits if they eliminated mercury in chlorine production, Oceana ( said today in a new report. The report analyzed over 115 chlorine plants that are shifting or have successfully shifted from mercury-based technology.

Astronauts Toss Space Junk
July 23, 2007 12:00 AM - Marcia Dunn, Associated Press

Two astronauts ventured outside the international space station Monday to rid it of some large pieces of junk. NASA spacewalker Clayton Anderson, a sportsman who enjoys officiating basketball back on Earth, had the chore of heaving a 1,400-pound, refrigerator-size ammonia tank overboard.

Space Station Crew Prepare to Dump Space Junk
July 20, 2007 12:00 AM - Irene Klotz, Reuters

Two crewmen aboard the International Space Station Thursday prepared for a spacewalk during which more than 1,600 pounds of obsolete gear will be tossed overboard and left to burn up in Earth's atmosphere.

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