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Beyond the lean to the heart of computing

May 2, 2008


I’m on the committee for an exciting new conference that takes computing “beyond sustainability” . Hearttech08 aims to go deeper than our current attempts at green IT which as Raskino points out usually are code for “lean IT”. Instead we hope to explore the heart of technology and technology education. Logan Muller is chair (remember […]

Island thinking

February 10, 2008


We were in Auckland recently and in a spare day took the ferry over to Waiheke Island (think suburb of Auckland). Walking down the street, who should we bump into but our old friend Logan Muller. His family have lived on the island since the 1930s. Logan pointed us to the Waste Resource Trust. This […]

Sustainability and computing’s heart of prostitution

July 11, 2007


The reason for educating about Sustainability in Computing has never been stronger nor more urgent. Dr Logan Muller has extensive experience in computing for sustainability. He developed NZ’s first commercial backbone, primarily as a means for supporting regional development. Over the last few years he has been active internationally (see Peruvian Poverty Elimination Project, he […]