Lean Energy Philosophy For Nepal

Lean Energy Philosophy for Nepal In 1976, Amory B. Lovins, the founder of Rocky Mountain Institute, introduced the concept of Soft Energy Path and Hard Energy Path in his paper titled: Energy Strategy – The Road Not Taken. And he actually started the paper with lines from Robert Frost’s poem titled The Road Not Taken. “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less travelled by And that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost

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Memories from milan: state of the map 2018

I attended and presented at the State of the Map 2018 at Federico Politecnico de Milano in Milan, Italy on July 28-30. This was my first global State of the Map conference. I received a scholarship from the OSM Foundation, without which the trip would not have been possible.

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Use Of Openstreetmap In Nepal

OpenStreetMap is the “Wikipedia of maps”. It’s a truly democratic map built by the people for everyone. In the age when it’s difficult to imagine our lives without online maps, what are the different ways maps could be used?

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Open File Formats for Open Educational Resources

Users of Open Educational Resources (OERs) should be able to Retain, Reuse, Revise, Remix and Redistribute. As Clint Lalonde mentions in his post, most OERs are released in PDF. PDF is a popular file format, no doubt, but releasing OERs in PDF format kills the spirit of open.

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