If energy needs to be saved, there are good ways to do it.
                                                               Government product regulation is not one of them

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Honoring Incandescent Lighting

A series of posts looking at how incandescent lighting is celebrated/remembered in various ways, although their departure should certainly be seen as premature, for the time being anyway, and pending promised reviews in different jurisdictions that already have bans.

There are many imaginative ways this has been done, from mock tombstones to
real memorials and installations, bulbs being put to new uses, bulbs being put in cans and commemorated on stamps and even in tattoos...
Experimenting here in putting up some different themed pages with images, pages which might be updated, usually with further image additions.
Some standalone posts included on for example installations.
Previous posts mentioned and linked to, as and when relevant.

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