Thomas Edison reportedly tried 3,000 different ideas for the light bulb before he found one that would sell. Over a century later, his winning formula is rapidly falling out of favor. Much of the world has decided to ban inefficient incandescent light bulbs, or at least drive them out of the market using minimum efficiency standards. When existing bulbs burn out, consumers will have to choose between halogen, CFL, or LED alternatives. In many ways, LEDs seem like the best bet: they're generally more efficient, last longer, turn on faster, fit more places
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Azione's Fall Symposium A Forum for Group Goal-Setting
November 7, 2012
Not a minute was misspent at the ‘Sharing Symposium’ for the new educational/buying group Azione Unlimited at Houston’s Westin Galleria Hotel Nov. 5 and 6. The organization’s second formal gathering since it was founded earlier this year afforded attendees from its 56 member integrators and vendors the chance over slightly more than 24 hours to further crystallize aspirations set out at the inaugural August meeting in St. Louis, all while they did business, shared success stories and strategies and relaxed as they networked over food and drink.