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Wednesday, 05 March 2008 12:46

?Green? CeBIT, greens for lunch

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Cebit 08: And a hungry Fud squad


After a long and tiring day we decided to go and grab a snack accompanied by Eric and Thomas from MSI. As you already know, MSI is one of the companies that joined the environmentalist movement and they’re doing a good job on spreading global warming awareness.

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Eric doesn’t seem impressed with the lunch we got, and Fudo isn’t exactly on a diet. If we keep eating greens at this rate it’s unlikely that we’ll have enough energy for clear thinking, let alone for walking around all day.

It seems that we’re not the only ones that were hungry after lunch, and the chaps from Panasonic got an unusual idea, most probably inspired by the greens diet.

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They used a tree to hang green pieces of paper where you can jot down your eco-inspired ideas.

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Even Maxi Cosi Mura baby carriages (prams) with ABS braking system and cabrio design are “eco” because only natural materials were used in the manufacturing process. And no, these weren’t manufactured in 45nm.

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