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October 28, 2008

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Dan Sullivan

I find it interesting that you've been prognosticating the symbiosis between financial stability and energy efficiency since your first blog entries almost a year and a half ago. Unfortunately it took a financial crunch coupled with an oil/energy crisis hitting the masses where it hurts the most - their wallets - to attract peoples' attention.

I'm not going to pull a Chris Matthews/Howard Dean and anoint you John the Baptist, but you deserve credit.

On another note, not unrelated to Green IT, Bradford Plumer of the New Republic presents an interesting, more affordable way to allow people to "Go green":

http://blogs.tnr.com/tnr/blogs/environmentandenergy/archive/2008/11/03/the-trouble-with-green-financing.aspx

Dick Sullivan

Patrick,

Yes. I am presenting on this topic at the Forum in the afternoon on Thursday.

Patrick Donohue

this will be presented at the NYC Forum on Thursday, Oct. 30th, 2008?

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  • by Dick Sullivan
    Dick is an IT marketing and services veteran. He devotes considerable time to observing and commenting upon business and IT trends. He is particularly interested in how developing technologies impact business developments, partner strategies and the evolution of related market opportunities. Dick and his wife Barbara live in Hingham Massachusetts. They have two sons, one a college junior, the other New England Area Sales Manager for Medical Lasers. This is a personal blog and has not been screened by others in any way.

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  • by Dick Sullivan
    Dick is an IT marketing and services veteran. He devotes considerable time to observing and commenting upon business and IT trends. He is particularly interested in how developing technologies impact business developments, partner strategies and the evolution of related market opportunities. Dick and his wife Barbara live in Hingham Massachusetts. They have two sons, one a college junior, the other New England Area Sales Manager for Medical Lasers. This is a personal blog and has not been screened by others in any way.

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