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Just wanted to throw this out on my blog too... Looking for some feedback, thought, etc.. Originally Posted by zach I've been seeing more and more sites with green seals on them. I used to own a web hosting company and don't really buy into the whole notion of green web hosting. What most of them do is buy renewable energy credits or carbon offsets to account for the power consumed by the servers that they are selling green web hosting space on. That's great but the problem with this is that the power consumption of that that server actually only accounts for a very, very small portion of the power consumed by a web hosting company. There's networking equipment, backup servers, heating and cooling the data center, lighting the data center,
I don't have a lot of time right now so I haven't been able to keep up with posting new green tips. Everyone has got green tips so I was kind of thinking of moving them to the side line and starting to put some feature articles on the home page and start putting blog posts from different users on the home page.
The biggest things I could use help with: writing articles/tips/news/etc.ideas for the siteforum moderators/leaders
This is the very first post on GP blogs. Each user now has the ability to have their very own blog on Greener People. Along with many other features now available like social networking. Add friends, leave messages on friend's profiles, add photos to your profile and much more.
Happy Greener Blogging and Networking!