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12 smart grid startups to watch in 2012 | GigaOM
We brought you some predictions about the smart grid market in 2012, but what are some of the startups you should be keeping an eye on next year? You know you were about to ask me that.  Here’s some of the ones that I think will be really interesting to watch in 2012. They might not be the biggest players, or the ones making the most money (some are), but these are companies that could be disruptive with their business models, concepts and leadership.

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smarterplanet:

12 smart grid startups to watch in 2012 | GigaOM

We brought you some predictions about the smart grid market in 2012, but what are some of the startups you should be keeping an eye on next year? You know you were about to ask me that. Here’s some of the ones that I think will be really interesting to watch in 2012. They might not be the biggest players, or the ones making the most money (some are), but these are companies that could be disruptive with their business models, concepts and leadership.

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Convicted of the forgery, insurance fraud, and theft,
he admits the first and last, but denies the charge that’s left.
He claims the sentence for insurance fraud is most certainly amiss —
he says “I may be guilty, but I’m just not guilty of this.
My sentence is inappropriate — undo the wrongful conviction.”
And in the end, seeks this relief from our appellate jurisdiction.

—From an opinion by a Pennsylvania Supreme Court judge, Justice J. Michael Eakin, who’s ”known for occasionally distributing justice via poetry,” as the Wall Street Journal puts it. (via officialssay)