there and thanks for clicking over to my new home! If you’re looking
for Lee Goldberg, you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you’re a regular reader of his previous work in ChipCenter,
or simply trying to track him down for skipping out on that bar tab
he left you holding, you can click here to
find out where to get a hold of him, and what he’s up to.
page is also a placeholder page for green-electronics.com, a new web
site I’ll be posting here shortly. I’ve slapped this up temporarily
to let you know what you can expect to see here in the future.
Unusual Web Site
web site is intended to be a clearing house for practical information
about technology and the environment, with a focus on the electronics
industry. With such a large portion of the world’s economy involved
with, or dependent upon electronics, our industry is an exciting and
influential place to be as we work towards an environmentally sustainable
economy and culture. Rather than take a Luddite, anti-tech approach,
we will work towards making electronics a part of a solution for a cleaner,
more hopeful, and more prosperous world.
the next months, my associate, Dave Bell, and I will be bringing you
information that will assist in the development and promotion of products
and technologies that produce less waste in their manufacture, consume
fewer resources in their operation, and are equally environmentally
friendly at the end of their useful lives. Coverage will news, technology
reports, product reviews, and other things we think will be of interest
to you. It’s going to be an exciting ride, and I hope you check
in regularly to see what we’ve come up with next.
Ira! - The real story behind the first man to Mars
By Technician X
thanks for bearing with me for this brief commercial, I’m including
a link to one of the most unusual stories I’ve ever told. And it’s
even more unusual because it’s true. As promised, I’m publishing
the true story of how I sent the first interplanetary necro-cosmonaut
to Mars. If you find this intriguing, click
here to read the full story.
Although we will be seeking sponsors when we have something to show
them, this site will be mostly a labor of love, and a place to nurture
the growing community of green-thinking engineers. I’m hoping you’ll
be bringing us the latest tidbits of information that we can post and
share with the others who stop by. I’m also open to suggestions
about what sorts of content you’d like to see here. Please feel
free to contact me
or Dave Bell with your inputs,
suggestions, or questions. We look forward to hearing from you!
for a green future,
Goldberg & David Bell
Co-publishers of Green-Electronics.com
2006 All Rights Reserved