Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Fujitsu hails first bio-mouse • reghardware

Fujitsu hails first bio-mouse • reghardware

Hello one and all!

So long time readers are going to remember that I have already posted about a "green mouse". Well if you take a look at the picture this one is actually white. But it is very green. And not "daft concept" green, or "costs three times more than normal" green. This is actually a real green device for us all.

For one it bases it green credentials on the fact that it is made from renewable materials, properly renewable ones too. And this is done so that primarily it cuts down on the amount of energy that is used to make the mouse. Which can only be a good thing. And when it comes to the purchasing choice this filters through as it only costs £13/€15.09. Now that is not going to be the cheapest mouse on the shelf, but it is not going to be the most expensive by a long way.

So a real "green" mouse, for sensible money. Well done Fujitsu!

Friday, January 21, 2011

Vacancies in Novia University of Applied Sciences

There are vacancies for a project leader and doctoral/post-doc researcher in Novia university of Applied sciences. Both posts are part of Green Islands project, and good knowldege of SWEDISH is essential!

Read more here: http://www.novia.fi/lediga-befattningar/aronia-soker-projektledare-och-doktorand.245