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Comment by Carol A. Markell on March 7, 2012 at 7:45am

The page look will change at the end of the month. We are presently reviewing how to best take advantage of this new look. One of the things we have decided is to run pics of covers of all of our mags for the timeline. If you have any comments for this idea, we would be interested in hearing them.

What are you looking at doing to make your page more interesting to your followers? Would appreciate any and all ideas.

Comment by Jan Green on March 5, 2012 at 6:57pm

So exciting to see the links from around the country.  Mine is -!/pages/...

My mission is to support greening homes, a little or a lot, every shade of green is a good thing!  As Builder Commitee Chair for the Residential Green Building Committee for the U,S. Green Building Committee it has been awesome connecting with others from around the country.  The more the better!  Just finished the first ever event of it's kind, "The Value of Green."  Sponsored by our local utility, APS, this was panel discussion on valuing green features in homes.  It was great to see 75 participants with only a 2 week notice!  And our other electric provider has already stepped up to sponsor our next event!  Sweet! 

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Comment by Jordan Bateman on March 4, 2012 at 7:27pm

Focusing on EE upgrades when remodeling homes in the Houston area

Comment by John Pitek on January 19, 2012 at 1:45pm
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Comment by Diane Chojnowski on January 19, 2012 at 5:43am

Hi Randy, The idea is to connect on Facebook and share our posts so that the EE messages get spread to our networks and friends. Ideas are powerful. It only takes a few minutes to go down this list and "like" the facebook pages of the other members and start spreading the news.

Comment by randy tolowski on January 15, 2012 at 11:49am

Being somewhat Facebook illiterate how does this work? will it improve knowledge of EE? Can we share information? Can we set up a clearinghouse of knowledge that doesn't cost money for every tidbit of information? I feel the Energy Efficiency market is geared more towards selling the BA or contractor classes than actually creating a demand for our product : IE saving money and using our finite fossil resources in a better way, with comfort being the end result. We will not move forward if there is always a $$$ on knowledge. Only when you know what to do will you do what you know.

Comment by Gerald Deredita on January 5, 2012 at 12:10pm

Please note updated Facebook address for Amedank. Thanks, Jerry


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