The twisted compact fluorescent light bulb has long been used as a design element to represent up-to-date technology, but at the rate things are going it will soon be representing out-of-date technology. This begins a brilliantly written, deeply insightful and yet charming article in today’s Concord Monitor about the surprisingly quick transition happening from compact fluorescent bulbs to LED bulbs.

There’s a sidebar with the title “Does electricity savings really pay for fancy-schmancy light bulbs?” if you want to poke around in some numbers.

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