- Go to the web application for twitter and open your account. (with the far more sophisticated twitter apps available many do not ever go back to the basic web app, this is a mistake as it is here that your account details are held and can be changed)
- Go to settings
- Go to connections
- Here you will see
You’ve allowed the following applications to access your account:
- Revoke access if you have any doubt what so ever.
- Then change password
I wonder how this compares with the Displayed Energy Certificates at these universities?
Read the full story from the Guardian @jessshepherd1 here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2010/feb/16/condition-university-buildings-hefce
|The Facilities Management market will continue to see a dramatic shift toward multi-service provision in 2010, according to a new market report from MTW Research, with clients following ‘flight to price’ procurement strategies to reduce costs. Themes include: Facilities Management market increasingly characterised by closer relationships between suppliers and contractors, as greater efficiencies and lower procurement costs are sought. Supplier improvement programmes typically include audits in relation to CRM, sustainable procurement and may even include a ‘best practice’ policy to which suppliers are expected to adhere. Just over 65% of FM contractors viewed as having either an ‘excellent’ or ‘good’ credit rating, but 11% of the companies active in the Facilities Management market are viewed as being at imminent risk of failure. www.marketresearchreports.co.uk|
We are at the start of a period when the application of building engineering physics will become one of the principal drivers in the construction of new buildings
- Good to see a call for a construction retraining programme… Without urgent action by Government and substantial financial support for education and re-training, the construction industry will be unable to make the necessary step change in carbon emissions performance.
- I was intrigued to see 3 of the 6 recommendations to government call for more POE (post occupancy evaluations). I think this is a wrong approach. POE's monitor the effectiveness of the design, not the usability and suitablity to the users requirements, ie the way people use the building.
- The Proposal for alternative façade system looks like a re-engineered Trombe wall
- A useful directory of passive carbon reduction approaches
- A useful treatise on the 'peak oil' Vernacular building types evolved in response to local availability of resources. Only since the mass exploitation of fossil fuels has humankind been free to build resource and energy inefficient buildings.