It’s all there. Of course the Phorm stuff is really kicking off - the Technology blog is alive with people with questions about this. If it reaches the mainstream news pages, I suspect Phorm’s deal with BT is dead in the water, even if it is completely private and above board.
As for nuclear power, well, it’s obvious, innit, unless we’re all going to live like Cuba. Though there was a fantastic comment (which probably isn’t new, but hey) on Leo Hickman’s rather wet response to James Lovelock’s “enjoy it while you can” interview in last Saturday’s Guardian, where someone said that “carbon offsetting is like medieval indulgences”.
Backing nuclear power is an unusual stance to take in this paper. But renewables cannot ever meet our growing electricity demand
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