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Keith Dawson
Keith Dawson, Editor-in-Chief, 10/20/2014   Comment now   3 comments
This week: the Empire State Building puts on another LED show, MIT students say LEDs are a failure mode for Mars One, and another $10 million for SSL research from the DOE.
Ron Amok
Ron Amok, Technology Columnist, 10/20/2014   Comment now   2 comments
We don't need an Internet of Things. What we need is internetworking.
Ron Amok
Ron Amok, Technology Columnist, 10/17/2014   Comment now   6 comments
I'm really getting tired of all the hype over the "Internet of Things" -- a reborn bubble economy created to provide services nobody needs.
Keith Dawson
Keith Dawson, Editor-in-Chief, 10/16/2014   Comment now   6 comments
Carbon nanotubes enable yet another way to produce a flat panel of light, and titanium nanotubes result in batteries that promise to charge in two minutes and last 20 years.
Most recent post, Dr.LED, 10/20/2014 2:11:04 PM
Probably not old enought to have seen a glass tube, just nano-tubes...
Ron Lenk
Ron Lenk, LED Driver Consultant, 10/16/2014   Comment now   6 comments
Cree has done it again! They have been issued a fundamental patent that stakes out a whole field of solid-state lighting.
Keith Dawson
Keith Dawson, Editor-in-Chief, 10/15/2014   Comment now   26 comments
LED outdoor lights draw more insects than sodium lamps, independent of the LEDs' color temperature or intensity. Chalk up one more unwanted effect of excess blue light.
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LED Light Pollution Hits the Environment Harder
Keith Dawson, Editor-in-Chief, 10/15/2014
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Lights on Campus
Karl Hakkarainen, Consultant & Blogger, 10/14/2014
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Who's Profiting From LEDs?
Charlotte Erdmann, Contributing Editor, 10/15/2014
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Another Fundamental Patent
Ron Lenk, LED Driver Consultant, 10/16/2014
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Fun With Nanotubes
Keith Dawson, Editor-in-Chief, 10/16/2014
Conversations with Philips Lumileds
Rahul Bammi
Rahul Bammi, VP Marketing, Philips Lumileds, 3/31/2014   Comment now   16 comments
As the year unfolds, you will see mid-power LEDs optimized for more than just lumens or lumens per watt. And the mid-power/high-power distinction will increasingly blur.
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