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James Byrne
James Byrne, Sustainability Advisor, 1/28/2015   Comment now   2 comments
These architectural projects demonstrate some of the best use of LEDs that put lighting design center-stage in the sphere of architectural excellence.
Ed Rodriguez
Ed Rodriguez, President & CEO, OptoThermal Technologies, 1/27/2015   Comment now   3 comments
LEDs are advancing in professional studio lighting, and multiple companies are making large bets that for these markets the days of halogen, electronic flash, and incandescent sources are numbered.
Karl Hakkarainen
Karl Hakkarainen, Consultant & Blogger, 1/26/2015   Comment now   3 comments
This is not your usual list of the best and the brightest LED products.
Bill Reisenauer
Bill Reisenauer, Co-Founder, LED Specialists, 1/23/2015   Comment now   6 comments
Andrew Cuomo, governor of my home state of New York, recently signed a bill intended to reduce light pollution. It remains to be seen whether it will do any good.
Lee Goldberg
Lee Goldberg, Founding Editor, All LED Lighting, 1/23/2015   Comment now   4 comments
If you can make it to New York City this March 5 & 6, the LEDucation 9 conference should be on your must-go calendar.
Most recent post, Dr.LED, 1/28/2015 7:59:39 AM
Would be great to get a post conference report on the high-lights...
Keith Dawson
Keith Dawson, Editor-in-Chief, 1/22/2015   Comment now   18 comments
This week: a Philips Hue review, LEDs keep ground beef red longer, and a followup on airports and LEDs.
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Thursday Roundup: Red Meat
Keith Dawson, Editor-in-Chief, 1/22/2015
Future-Proof Your Lighting Career
Dennis McCarthy, Independent SSL Systems Auditor & Analyst, 1/22/2015
Cuomo Light
Bill Reisenauer, Co-Founder, LED Specialists, 1/23/2015
Let's Get LEDucated!
Lee Goldberg, Founding Editor, All LED Lighting, 1/23/2015
Superfluous R Us
Karl Hakkarainen, Consultant & Blogger, 1/26/2015
Conversations with Philips Lumileds
Rahul Bammi
Rahul Bammi, VP Marketing, Philips Lumileds, 3/31/2014   Comment now   22 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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