Five Electric Friday Links

Well, what exactly is happening to the prices of energy around the world? Has the world got a galloping cock under its forehead? After all, it is a parody of a bad B-movie to watch prices rise to unimaginable heights above our heads.

One kilowatt-hour after another is on the way to take the life of our credit cards, and this is nothing compared to the prices of the gas flames in the Danish homes. It is brittle. Crazy. Loco. So now we have to get together in terms of saving electricity and heat.

This may apply to the temperature at home in the living room. Are we going to walk around with a hat on our head and gloves on our hands while we eat cabbage dolmers? And must the children in the daycare wear flight suits from the time they arrive until they leave?

Wind, weather and electricity prices

One of the most downloaded apps of the time is de hersen’s smart overviews of the current price for a kilowatt-hour. When is it worth starting the washing machine and why is it a stupid idea to dry the clothes in the tumbler?

Suddenly, the weather has an absolutely decisive effect on our economy. For many years, we have been almost indifferent to the climate, but when wind and sun give us cheap electricity, we take it seriously. Wow, how windy it is today – nice…

It’s Friday and we’re going on a trip to the internet. And yes, I know it costs electricity – lots of electricity. Facebook’s and Google’s servers alone suck up a lot of power. We don’t think about it, but a graph from 202 tells us that Facebook consumed over 7 terawatt hours. You have to calculate how much it is yourself.

This week’s Friday links are about movies in heaps, photo filters, Læsøfærgen’s cancellations, tools for music-lovers and the world’s biggest lake race for single sailors. Yes, the ferry to and from Læsø is now canceling departures due to rising fuel costs. Here you get access to a number of exciting filters for your photos. Here there are a lot of exciting tools for music lovers. The world’s largest race for single sailors. It is actually happening in Svendborg at this very moment. Here you should probably be able to search among a decent pile of films. The advertisements are annoying, but so are the rising electricity prices.

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