Chase Website Down

If you’ve been trying to access your Chase online banking account you may have find that it is impossible, as the Chase website is down. According to what we found out, this seems to be a technical problem, and the bank has said they have a team working hard on restoring access.
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If you’ve been trying to access your Chase online banking account you may have find that it is impossible, as the Chase website is down. According to what we found out, this seems to be a technical problem, and the bank has said they have a team working hard on restoring access.

Chase Website Down

Chase Website Down

The website down is causing a lot of distress in customers that have relied on this service for their money transactions. Online banking accounts are inaccessible since last night and with a total of 16.5 million users have been affected on different levels.

A message on the website says: “Our website is temporarily unavailable. We’re working quickly to restore access. Please log on later.”

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Effective June 2, Sean O’Keefe, 52, will head GE Aviation’s Washington D.C. operations, replacing Dr. Thomas Cooper, who is retiring after serving in the role with distinction for 21 years.
Over the past 30 years, O’Keefe has held key U.S. Government positions in Washington, including NASA Administrator (2001-2005), Deputy Director and Deputy Assistant to the President […]

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Effective June 2, Sean O’Keefe, 52, will head GE Aviation’s Washington D.C. operations, replacing Dr. Thomas Cooper, who is retiring after serving in the role with distinction for 21 years.

Over the past 30 years, O’Keefe has held key U.S. Government positions in Washington, including NASA Administrator (2001-2005), Deputy Director and Deputy Assistant to the President at the Office of Management and Budget (2001), and Secretary of the Navy (1992-93).

“Sean brings a wealth of experience involving complex public policy issues as well as advanced technology,” said Scott Donnelly, President and CEO of GE Aviation, based in Cincinnati, Ohio. “He takes over the helm of our Washington office at a very dynamic period in the aviation industry.”

Since 2005, O’Keefe has served as Chancellor of Louisiana State University. He has also held faculty posts at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs (1996-2001), and at Pennsylvania State University (1993-96).

O’Keefe earned a bachelor’s degree from Loyola University, New Orleans, and a master’s degree in public administration from Syracuse University.

His predecessor, Dr. Tom Cooper, has been a most trusted advisor to GE leadership and to Washington D.C. policy leaders and lawmakers for two decades. “Tom has played a major role in GE’s leadership position in both commercial and military aviation,” Donnelly said.

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YouTube Down

YouTube Website Down went earlier today for 90 minutes. Fortunately, while it was youtubedown Youtube users were able to still access links so the fun had not completely ended. Apparently, Youtube embeds were still broadcasting while the tech guys looked into the malfunction. Within 90 minutes Youtube was back up and running to full […]

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YouTube Website Down went earlier today for 90 minutes. Fortunately, while it was youtubedown Youtube users were able to still access links so the fun had not completely ended. Apparently, Youtube embeds were still broadcasting while the tech guys looked into the malfunction. Within 90 minutes Youtube was back up and running to full capacity again.

Youtube Down

Youtube Down

Youtube users notice the malfunction at Youtube early this morning. The “service not available” message was a dead giveaway. Major chaos and outraged followed as millions discovered the faulty website around the world.

Meanwhile, the malfunction that occurred did not affect the videos embedded in other websites as they were working just fine. Now the rest of the site will be back up and running in no time.

Check out the latest in Youtube video service called Youtube.com/disco. Dubbed “YouTube Music Discovery Project and Playlist Creation Tool,” it definitely looks set to alter your video experience forever.

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bloom box

In the world of energy, the Holy Grail is a power source that’s inexpensive and clean, with no emissions. Well over 100 start-ups in Silicon Valley are working on it, and one of them, Bloom Energy, is about to make public its invention: a little power plant-in-a-box they want to put literally in your backyard.

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In the world of energy, the Holy Grail is a power source that’s inexpensive and clean, with no emissions. Well over 100 start-ups in Silicon Valley are working on it, and one of them, Bloom Energy, is about to make public its invention: a little power plant-in-a-box they want to put literally in your backyard.
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You’ll generate your own electricity with the box and it’ll be wireless. The idea is to one day replace the big power plants and transmission line grid, the way the laptop moved in on the desktop and cell phones supplanted landlines.

Two boxes can power the average high-consumption home and one box can power the average low-consumption home, at least that’s the claim being made by K.R. Sridhar, founder of Bloom Energy, on the 60 Minutes show on CBS. The original technology comes from an oxygen generator meant for a scrapped NASA Mars program that has been converted, with the help of an estimated $400 million in private funding, into a fuel cell.

Bloom’s design feeds oxygen into one side of a cell while fuel (natural gas, bio gas from landfill waste, solar, etc) is supplied to the other side to provide the chemical reaction required for power. The cells themselves are inexpensive ceramic disks painted with a secret green “ink” on one side and a black “ink” on the other. The disks are separated by a cheap metal alloy, instead of more precious metals like platinum, and stacked into a cube of varying capabilities – a stack of 64 can power a small business like Starbucks.

Now get this, skeptics: there are already several corporate customers using refrigerator-sized Bloom Boxes. The corporate-sized cells cost $700,000 to $800,000 and are installed at 20 customers you’ve already heard of including FedEx and Wal-mart – Google was first to join this green energy party, using its Bloom Boxes to power a data center for the last 18 months. Ebay has installed its boxes on the front lawn of its San Jose location. It estimates to receive almost 15% of its energy needs from Bloom, saving about $100,000 since installing its five boxes 9 months ago – an estimate we assume doesn’t factor in the millions Ebay paid for the boxes themselves. Bloom makes about one box a day at the moment and believes that within 5 to 10 years it can drive down the cost to about $3,000 to make it suitable for home use, which sounds awfully expensive. Nevertheless, Bloom Energy will go public with details on the 24th of February.

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Catch new Energy Savers Gov Rebates at energysavers.gov and energysavers.gov/rebates. The energysavers.gov rebates are a cash for appliances type rebate program run by the government.
The rebates concern ENERGY STAR Appliances. And while it make sound like good news, the new you learn today in reading this report will differ based upon one factor – what […]

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Catch new Energy Savers Gov Rebates at energysavers.gov and energysavers.gov/rebates. The energysavers.gov rebates are a cash for appliances type rebate program run by the government.

The rebates concern ENERGY STAR Appliances. And while it make sound like good news, the new you learn today in reading this report will differ based upon one factor – what state you live in.

As profiled previously on LALATE, the cash for Appliances program differs state by state.

“Each state is designing and running its own unique Appliance Rebate Program. DOE is providing funding to all states, five territories, and the District of Columbia to develop and implement these programs.”

“Each state will receive an amount proportionate to its population compared to the total U.S. population, with a floor of no less than $100,000.”

“A state can not begin to offer rebates until its program plan has been approved by DOE. States submitted their plans to DOE on October 15, 2009, and DOE is currently in the process of reviewing these documents.

“Each state will establish its own implementation date and communicate the information to its residents. DOE has posted the dates each state has proposed to launch its program, pending DOE approval.”

Unlike cash for clunkers, cash for appliances is designed on a state by state basis.

“Each state and U.S. territory was allowed to design its own rebate program, and all 56 plans have now been approved by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Learn about those programs and when they are projected to start. (Note: This Web site is the only official DOE-sponsored Web site; be cautious of “fake” Web sites.)
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