Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Hawthorne Effect is alive and well

Research shows that LED lighting generally improves working conditions in the office and on the shop floor. Control over the lighting, however, matters most.Read the rest on my blog post at All LED Lighting, LED Lighting in the Workplace: Hard to Measure

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Advertisers have a new way to get into your head.

It’s been a long day. You’re tired. You muscle your way onto the train and get a window seat so that you look out the window and start the process of not thinking. You rest your tired head against the window, hoping that the rhythmic rumble will shake out the weariness.Advertising shows up inside your […]

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Putting things in more or less order

A good vacation doesn’t fit in a box, tied up with ribbon, that you can open years from now to say, “Yes, that’s what it was.”A good vacation has time enough to look over the handiwork of spiders who’ve woven their webs in the overnight and now those webs glisten in the morning dew. A […]

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