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Climate Progress 2015-07-03 12:00:59
This week, a California-based biofuel company announced a $30 million deal with United Airlines to develop jet fuel using oils derived from animal and vegetable fats — i.e. household trash. Fulcrum BioEnergy will use the investment to develop up to five projects to produce up to 180 million gallons of this fuel per year, with United signed up to buy …


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WorldCAD Access 2015-07-03 08:57:00
I read it on The Interweb, so it must be true A reader writes: Did you know that AutoCAD 2017 is available already? And for free? Try googling "AutoCAD 2017 free download" and you'll get a huge pile of hits...


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As the introduction penned this week by Louisville Courier-Journal’s newest reporter makes clear, Sarah Ivens brings a wealth of experience to the Kentucky beat. Born and raised in London, where she worked for various magazines and newspapers, she eventually came to New York to launch the U.S. version of OK! magazine. A brief stint in LA followed, and now she’s settled back …


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BLDG BLOG 2015-07-03 03:02:00
[Image: Reviewing old property deeds and land surveys; photo by Geoff Manaugh]. A story I've been obsessed with since first learning about it back in 2008 is the problem of "ancient roads" in Vermont. Vermont is unusual in that, if a road has been officially surveyed and, thus, added to town record books?even if that road was never physically constructed?it will …


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WebUrbanist 2015-07-03 01:00:45
[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Offices & Commercial. ] At nearly 600 feet (180 meters) tall, this structure was narrowly granted permission to be the first skyscraper to grace the Parisian skyline in nearly half a century. Designed by Herzog & De Meuron, the Tour Triangle …


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