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The Magbulb Magnetic Light Bulb Socket Makes Bulb Changing Easy

Changing a lightbulb isn’t the hardest thing we have to do. In fact, it’s pretty damn easy. And these days we can even make this task much easier. The Magbulb magnetic light bulb socket is designed to help simplify even this already easy process. Replacing bulbs is now as easy as it could possibly ever be. It doesn’t get easier than this. This lightbulb system is super simple. It works by outfitting your traditional socket with a magnetic base that allows bulbs to be swapped out in mere seconds. No more unscrewing that bulb at odd angles while your arm gets tired and fatigued. You wimp. This first world problem has been solved. You can switch a light bulb in no time at all. The whole simple process is much quicker and simpler. I know, I know. You had no idea that you needed this in your life...

Turn Your Light Into a Computer with Beam Labs

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSYou might think “Why would I want to turn my light into a computer?” I was thinking that, too, until I saw what the folks at Beam Labs are up to. This is a ingenious bulb that has a full Android OS inside. Simply screw in the Edison bulb, turn it on and use the lamp as a projector. The first application I thought of was for a restaurant. You could  easily have a menu project onto a table. When you don’t want to see the menu anymore, flip the switch and it’s a regular light bulb. With the app, you could also turn that menu-light into an Internet Connected game system or video watching system. While the family waits for breakfast, they could be watching the latest news projected on the table from the overhead lamp. Most portable lamps could be...

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Switch Lighting: LED Light that can go Upside Down – CES 2013 Live

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSwitch Lighting has been working with LED lighting for years. At CES TPN Live coverage Gary Rosenfield shows us a LED lightbulb that can be used upside down (which other LED bulbs cannot do for they can be a fire hazzard). These are liquid cooled with silicone. (switchlightingco.com) [cessponsor] Interview by Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine and Scott Ertz of F5 Full Transcript Alright, so we have Gary Rosenfeld, field, Rosenfield the vice president of marketing with switch lighting. So welcome to the show. Gary: Thank you, glad to be here. Jeff: How’s your time here at CES? Gary: It’s been exciting because we won an award for one of our newest light bulbs. Scott: Nice. Jeff: Oh, congratulations. Gary: We make led light bulbs to replace the traditional lead that is in light bulbs. Jeff: Sure. Gary: That have been around for 100 years...

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