Hi, I remember reading in another interview online that you're interested Siri - what would you recommend for someone building a software using a new approach to computers answering english questions about topics? Is this still worthwhile pursuing? Thanks!
Watt-seconds?! awesome. Also in terms of a DIY open-source solution take a look at this project: http://www.solarnetwork.net/developmentGuides.php built using Java on Linux and defines interfaces already implemented for the Cent-a-meter and a bunch of major solar charge controllers and grid-connect inverters. And listens to the weather, the grid electricity price...very extendible, enterprise level code based on OSGi.
There's an open source EV project called the Tumanako Platform - take a look at what's going on: http://www.tumanako.net/
an open source solar generation and home consumption logging project: http://www.solarnetwork.net/architecture.php this device might be helpful!
no need to burn a lot of coal to save some octane. what about this: http://www.solarnetwork.net/
in NZ you should check out: http://www.greenstage.co.nz/ an open-source LiFePO4-based racing vehicle.
good point. a DIY open-source solar project possibly suited to small offices: http://www.solarnetwork.net/