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The following two links have useful information that will help you prepare for the MASS test.
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CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF LASER INNOVATION
SOLAR ARRAY OF THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
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Helps you figure out the size of the PV array you need to power your house with solar energy
Renewable Energy World is an excellent source of up to date information on all kinds of renewable energy. Check their videos of interviews with experts in the field.
This is a good website for technicians. Check it out.
Home Power Magazine has a wealth of articles in solar, wind, and hydro electric power generation for the individual home owner.
Solar Today is exclusively dedicated to Solar Power.
Photon International covers the developments in the photo-voltaic industry around the world.
FREE ELECTRONICS TEXTBOOKS ONLINE
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MICROSOFT SOFTWARE FOR STUDENTS
Windows Vista is available now at the bookstore. You need to show: 1) that you are registered in an A+ Certification class and 2) present a picture ID. The cost is only $15.00!!!
Visio Pro is also available for any student taking any electronics classes. Again, you need to show proof of registration and a picture ID. Cost $15.00
Electronics Enthusiast Who Unlocked iPhone Gets Car and a Job
Certicell, a Louisville company that repairs cell phones, will give a consulting job and a $40,000 car to a teenage electronics/computer hacker who spent his summer unlocking an iPhone. How did this come about? Working with a team of other techies around the world, 17-year-old George Hotz of Glen Rock, NJ, spent an estimated 500 hours reconfiguring the iPhone so it can be used with wireless providers other than AT and T. In doing so, he made international news when he unveiled the results of the project on his blog Thursday, and it wasn't long before officials with Louisville-based CertiCell were in touch. In addition, Hotz has appeared on several national television networks, and he has been the subject of dozens of newspaper articles.
Hotz announced on his blog that he would trade an unlocked version of the phone to CertiCell in exchange for a new silver Nissan 350Z, a consulting job and three unmodified iPhones. On the blog, at www.iphonejtag.blogspot.com, Hotz wrote, "This has been a great end to a great summer." Hotz will be a freshman this fall at the Rochester Institute of Technology.So far iPhones are available only in the United States through an exclusive two-year service agreement with AT and T. Officials with both AT and T and Apple, which makes the iPhone, have not commented about Hotz's unlocking project.