Energy Camp Datapoint: TechWebTV's Most-Watched Video Is About Green TechEnergy Camp Datapoint: TechWebTV's Most-Watched Video Is About Green Tech
Are you coming to <a href="http://www.energycamp.org">Energy Camp</a> on April 28 where we'll be having an open conversation about green technology? If not, why not? Why do I ask? I was just checking the logs on our YouTube channel (<a href="http://www.youtube.com/profile_videos?user=TechWebTV&p=v">TechWebTV</a>) and noticed something unusual. Or maybe not.
April 1, 2008
Are you coming to Energy Camp on April 28 where we'll be having an open conversation about green technology? If not, why not? Why do I ask? I was just checking the logs on our YouTube channel (TechWebTV) and noticed something unusual. Or maybe not.The most watched video (by a longshot) is our video about a product from Horizon Fuel Cell technologies that turns ordinary tap water into electricity. Overall, our videos on TechWebTV have been watched 220,000 times (as of the time I published this blog). But more than 102,000 of those video views are driven by this one video, which means that there's a huge amount of interest in green technology.
If you're one of those people jumping on the green tech bandwagon (for whatever reasons), then I hope you'll be coming out to Interop in Las Vegas to join us for Energy Camp (which actually runs the day before Interop). It's pretty much the only camp so far that's dedicated to an open conversation around energy saving technology and it's a great opportunity for all stakeholders -- users, IT pros, solution providers, consortia, etc. -- to get into the same room to work through some of the thornier issues like common lexicon. Energy Camp is free to attend and all registrants get a free pass into Interop. Hopefully, I'll see you there. And if you haven't seen the aforementioned video, here it is:
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