Charles Taylor is found guilty; BP destroyed evidence of deepwater horizon problems; Dutch governing coalition collapses; The carbon footprint of cloud computing; One World Trade Center; Submarine cable maps
This week Charles Taylor goes down for aiding war crimes in Sierra Leone while back in Liberia a nation gets confirmation on what it already knew. Greg Palast has evidence that BP execs destroyed evidence showing they knew the Deepwater Horizon could blow. The ruling coalition of the Netherlands has fallen, now we can enjoy some temporary government action. Sending your data to the cloud? - Greenpeace has set their sites on data centers powered by dirty energy. Mark is pleased to see the One World Trade Center will become the tallest building in New York this coming week. Underwater cable-mania continues, we look at two new maps and why they are cool. Tim reveals his curiosity for the infamous Pitcairn Island, where the internet just got boosted up to 512kbps (actually in June officially).
|Mark Fonseca Rendeiro|