Biodiesel bounty in rural India: "On the hilly grasslands of the western state of Maharashtra, near the village of Malegaon, Chindu and his tribe of some 40 men and women busily plant jatropha saplings. The saplings are expected to bear seed in three to four years, one of dozens of new biodiesel projects being planned by private firms to feed India's galloping energy needs."
If you've got any sick days, tomorrow might be a good day to use one.
Copper Mountain: "Lifts open: 5/21
New snow last 24 Hours: 0 in.
New snow last 48 hours: 0 in.
Mid-mountain depth: 24 in.
Surface conditions: PP/MM
Beginner terrain open: 17%
Expert terrain open: 3%
Comments: Opening Friday with great early season conditions-Top to Bottom skiing and Riding
Closing date: 04/15/07 "
I'd really hope they'd be meeting even more and apparently not. There is always lots of discussion and arguments regarding how to best address the congestion issues that plague the I-70 corridor from Denver to the west. Yet, no one has come out with a solid proposal or suggestion that the nay-sayers don't immediately dismiss. Hopefully cool, reasonable heads will prevail in this important issue.
Future of I-70: Looking for answers: "COPPER MOUNTAIN - Filling a'large conference room at the Copper Mountain Ski Resort, members of the I-70 Mountain Corridor Coalition meet for one of the last time."
We have both Comcast High Speed Internet and Cable. We’re still paying 2.5 times less with our Vonage than using Comcast’s Phone Service ($39.95) Do the math guys. I’m paying less and still getting all the services. There’s no incentive to make the switch.
Cable operator reports better-than-expected revenue and profits, bolstered by strong subscriber growth.