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The LED at the End of the Aisle [Wired News]
Flashlight maker Rayovac, which launched value-priced LED flashlights and head-mounted lights through Wal-Mart in July at prices ranging from $10 to $20, says the lights have been an unexpected hit with mainstream consumers. "Quite a few Wal-Marts sold out in the first week. It surprised us," said Peter Steel, global director of lighting products for Rayovac.I'm kind of surprised they're there at all, given that... I'll have to check 'em out.
John Scalzi's Whatever, Sept. 20
...the author [confirms] the usefulness of the book by creating characters that are helped by its philosophy, but which don't actually exist in the real world. This is a very Ayn Rand thing to do ... the book throws in a few other lessons, which are hopefully unintended...Plenty more there to enjoy; I recommend reading it all.
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