In the December 2007 edition of Practical Boat Owner, the editor Sarah Norbury extolls the virtues of Coppercoat after a 14-year test on her family boat, a Starlight 39. She writes: "Our experience with Coppercoat has been fantastic. In all the 14 years we've never had a barnacle, seaweed, nothing.... The original claim for our Coppercoat was that it would last 10 years and many people were sceptical. Our test proves the doubters wrong."
I guess good news travels slowly.
Less junk mail will make everyone happy, while auto power-off sockets appeal to our lazy side, and a flow restricting tap nozzle can save on both water and gas bills.
Let it be known, nerds, that not only is the energy efficient home compatible with a digital lifestyle — it embraces it, using technology to help world and wallet.
To restore a sense of reality, I think Walt Disney should have a Hardluckland. -- Jack Paar