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This may be risky in that it could start flaming, but it's probably worth anyway.

The light source I use for reading at night is…

  • Nothing, I sleep at night
  • Nothing, I can read in the dark
  • Moonlight
  • Nothing, I migrate between the two poles
  • Nothing, I live in outer space
  • Nothing, I live on planet Kalgash
  • Campfire
  • Candle
  • Oil lamp
  • Arc lamp
  • Gas lamp
  • Traditional incandescent blub
  • Halogen lamp
  • Fluorescent light
  • Light of a CRT monitor
  • LED
  • Genetically modified fish that glow in the dark
  • Magic
  • Future technology (big mirrors in space)
  • Flamethrower or Rube Goldberg device
  • Other

Update: added CRT (thanks to StommePoes for the idea).

Update: just an explanation. I basically just wanted to ask whether you prefer halogen lamps or lamps with normal light bulbs, but I got carried away in the spirit of TIMTOWTDI. It's probably better this way for a Perlmonks poll.

In reply to Re: poll ideas quest 2009 (light source) by ambrus
in thread poll ideas quest 2009 by pollsters

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