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Posted by Big Gav

High traffic gadget site Gizmodo (and believe me, there are a lot of gadget freaks out there - they get about 300,000 visitors a day) has done a little Viridan roundup on the best of TreeHugger. Good to see the Viridian idea of making clean technology cool is working.

This week at Treehugger: The ‘huggers shine a light on a Do-It-Yourself wind-up charger for your iPod; a college student also goes the DIY route, converting his dorm into a solar power station; maybe he could also power up the Canadian built, electric-assist Volta bicycle; or we should leave that to the very curious electricity producing XsunX windows? And just for fun, they dress up with a pair of LED cufflinks...

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