LinuxDevices.com Vanishes From the Web
I have to say that they are quite the arrogant bunch. The company I worked at was Insurance.com. I was there from almost the start back in 2001. QuinStreet acquired them in 2010. I was one of the six folks that were kept on to keep the lights on.
I have no respect for QS. They look at people as chits to cashed in. People are their currency. If you can't monetize someone right now, then the source is ipso facto useless. Mind you, Insurance.com sent out its share of emails (er, spam), but at the same time we had some pretty good voices of the consumer at the table as well -- myself included. QS had none of that.
Beyond the consumer angle, they are a meat grinder for the employees. I met very few folks in my year there that had more than a year or two of tenure. There are a couple people I worked with that were there for years that were waiting to cash out and leave (some have left since then), but they were few and far between.
If anyone wants to know anything, feel free to ask.
New 1 Kilowatt PSU - Too Much Power?
I would imagine you're on the right track. The game-plan to make the green PC is , basically, do what laptop makers do. Laptops are limited by the amount of power you can carry, so they have incentive to make someting efficient.
Your incentive is you want to be good for the environment.
In the end, regardless of what the motivation is, the results are very similar.