I'm writing from the very, very hot state of Oklahoma, in a city hotter than Hell itself, Oklahoma City. I think we're on our 30+th day of 100 degrees or above in a row. How awesome is that?! I went outside the other day, saw a guy burst into flames – and OKC is in the Bible Belt! Wackity schmackity doo!
Since I broke my toes last week, I won't be attending ETC's very excellent CUE Conference taking place in Middleton, Wisconsin this week. From what I understand, it's gonna be pretty awesome. I'm pretty bummed that I'm gonna miss it.
As I sit here, I continue to work on some pretty amazing stuff myself – I have a handful of new lamps, both LED and non-LED incandescent replacements – that I am doing a lot of testing on for a big comparison post on JimOnLight.com. What I find is that the only way to accurately report on these lamps is to put them in place in a situation that they would normally perform in and report on that situation. Doesn't that just seem like a no-brainer?
Ok, back to it. I hope this finds everyone doing great today on this hot Monday!