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Green data centers are a noble idea. But saving greenbacks can make you a hero.

YOU'RE FINALLY FEELING a bit guilty about that carbon footprint of yours, aren't you? If you're like me, you try to do little things to help out, yet doing the right thing can be incredibly frustrating. So instead you do what I do. You give it your best shot and go to bed feeling like it's all of the other people on the planet who are screwing things up.

When I'm at home, I recycle. I take painstaking (almost militaristic, if you were to ask my family) measures to make sure all things cardboard or paper wind up in the proper recycling bin. I do the same with bottles and cans, and a number of wine bottles that seem to multiply on their own. I lug bin upon bin of these items out to the curb, feeling as though I must be doing something right, even if those bins sit next to three enormous, embarrassing barrels of waste. I leave for work with the feeling that I've done something to help the environment, only to return to find half of the cardboard sitting there with a little note saying "too big" or "not folded/wrapped properly" or some other pathetic excuse for not taking it. Why, you ask? Because the recycling company doesn't get paid by the volume of stuff it picks up, it gets paid for completing its run. If they overload their trucks, they have to make a stop and dump out their load before finishing their run (and also keeps them from tossing back a cold one, you could argue). As such, any excuse to avoid overloading the trucks in the first place works for them.

I've battled my town managers to no avail. I've spent hours cutting cardboard into precise 2' x 2' squares and tying it with recycled string, only to videotape these guys not taking my stuff away. I'm living a Larry David episode in real life. The lesson? When the incentive doesn't align with the mission, you can't expect to reach a happy ending.

It's no different in IT shops. Putting fluorescent lightbulbs throughout the data center may make you feel good, but if you think that's going to get you a hero's welcome, you're probably mistaken. (Don't get me going on fluorescents either; they're supposed to last 8,000 years, but mine blow up much more often than the old ones, cost four times as much and contain neurotoxins that contaminate the soil.)

If your corporate green initiatives have been deemed important (read: The CEO actually cares) and there are real business objectives around those initiatives (read: We want to build a jet engine that doubles the power output on 25% of the fuel consumption in 10 years), then changing lightbulbs won't get you promoted.

The only green that truly matters is the color of money. Process changes will save more power and cooling than anything else you can do inside the average data center. We use the industry term PCSE: power, cooling and space efficiency. And what's more efficient than not powering, cooling or housing something? Nothing. So stop keeping a million copies of the same persistent (non-changing) data and you'll dramatically improve your PCSE.

If you go a step further and tell your boss how you not only saved the company money and reclaimed valuable data center space, but that your actions will help meet the company's overall green objectives of making more money faster, you'll probably find your status growing along with your budget. And using green to align IT with the business will make other groups green with envy.

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Date published: 2017-05-05

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SPR Sport to divert, pla, frolic, make merry ; It. sporlo ; L. B. disporto, to re ax, SPRAINTS, s. p1. sprainin, things pressed out, the excrements of an otter rise up, start, leap, fly with elastic power, make a mine blow up; G. and Swed.

The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection says New River Energy has agreed to pay for cleaning up and repairing a mine blowout on Tuesday in Mingo County.

In a news release, Randy Huffman, Deputy Secretary of the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection said that "Although it is not conclusive that the natural gas drilling operation was the cause of the event, we believe there may have been a correlation between the two.” .

Huffman said that from an engineering standpoint, it would be very difficult to prove that the company was at fault, so the DEP concentrated on finding a solution to the problem.

“While the company does not believe its actions are the cause, the most important matter is repairing the damage, cleaning up the area and making it safe for these families to get back in their homes,” Huffman said.

New River Energy had already agreed to pay for the hotel expenses incurred by the families while they have been displaced from their homes. The company promised to begin the remediation process very soon.

The DEP will oversee the clean up and repair to make sure it is performed correctly and completely.

Thursday Story
Officials in Mingo County are still investigating what caused a water burst Tuesday at an abandoned coal mine in Delbarton.

The big question seems to be who is responsible for cleaning up the mess? That question may go unanswered for a couple of days, but the mining director for the Department of Environmental Protection said Wednesday that the good news is that at least for now, the water flow has stopped.

Drivers in Delbarton had to go through water Tuesday after an earthen seal at an old underground coal mine burst.

Between 2,000 and 3,000 gallons of water poured downhill every minute, which caused two families to be evacuated from their homes. The water then continued downhill and onto Route 35.

“It’s an honest mistake. Nobody done anything wrong and intentionally-- just one of those things that happens,” Mingo County Commissioner David L. Baisden said.

It’s an honest mistake with two unanswered questions. The first is who needs to clean it up?

Mining Director for the Department of Environmental Protection Randy Huffman says the mine hasn't been operational since the early 90’s and technically, no one is responsible for it, because the bond on the land was released in 1994. Randy says the investigation will determine who was at fault and who has to clean it up.

The other unanswered question is just how many abandoned mines are out there and could something like this happen to them?

Randy says Tuesday’s leak should not cause alarm to other families.

Although Tuesday’s mine accident in Mingo County caused two families to be evacuated from their homes, the DEP says there’s no need to panic for anyone who may live around an abandoned mine.

“I certainly wouldn't want people to worry about it, but I think if there are any signs at all, or any concerns at all, they should call,” Randy said.

Although Tuesdays water rush was frightening, David says it could have been much worse.

UPDATE: Cleaning Up the Mingo Abandoned Mine Blow Out

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Interview

with Joe Brommel, April 2019
 

You’re a PhD student at The University of Chicago as well as an art critic. How do you see your academic work as interacting with your writing practice?

They interact productively and unproductively.

[Laughs] Say more.

So in the beginning, there was a big learning curve because I would use lots of jargon and references, and editors would be like, “this is too academic.” On the other hand, I would like to think that — coming from the background I do — I'm always trying to make broader claims about the world beyond just narrating my personal experience with works of art.

In academia, we talk a lot about what we call the “so what” question. You’re tasked with producing something that fulfills two objectives: it has to be new, and it has to be interesting. Meaning not some curiosity, but that it moves a debate forward in a field. So part of my process is asking how I’m going to communicate — in 500, 1,000, 2,000 words — what looking at something tells us about the way we live in the world.

Taking it beyond just yourself and connecting it to these broader cultural conversations.

Yeah, and a person could have an individual experience that does tell us something about the broader social forces. But if you produce something that is just in your own little corner of the world, it feels solipsistic. And if you produce something that doesn't touch reality at all, it feels cold and bloodless. A big function of art journalism is that art can't travel the way that music or film or literature can, so there's this balancing act between giving someone a feeling of the embodied character of the work and at the same time tying it to something broader.

The task is finding the more general moment within the particular.

I think that's a good difficulty to have, insofar as the alternative seems to be relentless interpretation. When you're connecting to some broader thing, it leaves open a space for someone to experience a given piece differently.

This is a place where art criticism departs from art history. Art historians need to make decisions between competing interpretations. It makes sense in art history to say, “someone got Manet wrong because they didn't know or consider this thing.” Whereas the task of criticism is not to come to a definitive interpretation of something. I think good and bad art exists, but sometimes I say that I'm not an art critic because I don’t really like the word “criticism” — sometimes I call myself an art “meaning-maker” instead.

Art has this unique position in our culture where it's the only thing that can be anything. I can write a novel and say, “this is my art,” but I can't make a painting and say it's my novel. When art can be anything, what art ends up being tells us a lot about the world. Both good and bad art tell us something about the times and conditions in which they were created.

And that’s what’s anxiety-inducing about writing about the present. There was a journalist who said once that “journalism is the first draft of history.” I'm trying to call attention to things that I think are important, vital, vibrant, and challenging, but I could just be wrong. We know that Manet is an important painter because we have the benefit of hindsight. Art criticism and art history have very different temporal horizons.

What did you want to work on in Wassaic, then? And did that intent change or stay the same?

It changed very radically.

This is a huge topic for me right now. I have a lot of anxiety around accepting myself as a creative person. I’ve always told myself that I'm a critical person, not an artistic person.

I applied to Wassaic with a now-dormant essay collection entitled Why Art. But right before Wassaic I met with one of my art history professors to talk about my work and my frustrations with grad school and he was trying to reason with me. He told me there are two kinds of creativity: there's Pollock filling up empty canvases, and there's Warhol, manipulating the world as it exists to produce something else. He said, “you’re Warhol, and what we do in academia is manipulate bodies of knowledge.”

While that got me excited about my dissertation again, by the time I got to Wassaic this whole other world had opened up to me, where I started thinking about ways I could manipulate, repackage, and re-contextualize things to make them art. And I just started doing stuff. Like, I've been interested in the poet Anne Sexton for a while, so I got all these documents about her and made redactions to focus on the parts that associated her creativity with her mental illness. And then I did a reading of an essay about my experience with a chronic pain condition alongside MRIs of my spine printed on acetate.

Coming back from Wassaic, everything has just gotten more open. I’m taking a printmaking class where I'm working more with the Anne Sexton material. I'm making scaled-up versions of Lincoln Logs in this sculpture class. I’m making pieces where I take reviews of mine, blow them up, and wheat paste them in public places. There’s another wheat paste piece that I think is going to be entitled How to be an art critic, where I’ll print off all the correspondence and research that goes into one of my reviews and paste it to a wall. And coming to the art world as an outsider has made me very interested in the figure of the artist and I have a video piece A portrait of the artist, which is a compilation of depictions of artists in popular films. Another video, We have time for a few questions, is a supercut of me asking questions at artist talks.

A lot of this stuff is verging into what I take to be the future of institutional critique. Institutional critique has very much focused on the museum, whereas I hope to broaden it and consider what role things like lectures, talks, magazines, and conferences play in art. But I’ve gone from something which was fairly coherent, and understandable — writing about art — to making these weird sculptures and performances and videos. I have no idea what's going on. And Wassaic was the beginning all of that.

So I guess, thank you, Wassaic? But also: what did you do to me?

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