Posted by sspence on April 12, 2010, 2:35 pm
This week's podcast describes the components of a solar power system,
how they are interconnected, and what they do. As usual, there are
links to additional reference material to further your research.
Please listen and read at http://www.green-trust.org/podcasts/ .
Posted by gnu / linux on April 13, 2010, 12:16 am
Posted by ghio on April 14, 2010, 2:09 am
Nothing new here and certainly no original content. Business a bit
slow Steve. Yes, you can tell when Steve's revenue is flagging a bit,
he comes here to entice the newbies into trolling through his spam to
listen to poorly repeated parroting of other peoples information that
you can find on hundreds of sites, better explained, without the ads.
Posted by sspence on April 14, 2010, 9:50 am
It's my own info, not parroting others. Unlike you georgie, I post my
own experiences. I regularly give classes in how to install your own
solar, and I live off grid myself. But again, you know all this, you
are just sour graping.
Posted by ghio on April 14, 2010, 12:09 pm
Well, actually no. First, you know nothing of your own and second, if
you remove all the umms, ahs, and the tripping over your words the
whole thing would be over in a minute. Then there is the quality, or
more to the point, lack of it in the whole recording.
As pointed out, the only time you show up here is when hits on your
site slow down and you need an injection of newbs to click on your
When you say that it is all your own, does that include the picture at
the top of your first page? Do you have Apple's permission to use it?
Maybe I should ask them. After all, it is theirs isn't it. I believe
it's called "Dew Drop" and it's a background picture supplied with
Macs for years. Says it all really, all yours, not likely. Copyright
of pictures protects, not only the original, but also applies even
when you use it as you have, cropped to a different size/shape. Oh
dear, how embarrassing, caught in the theft of other people's work