I'm looking for a nice, inexpensive task lamp to put on my desk at work. It should have adjustable brightness (low/high is fine) so that I can have either a little or a lot of light, as required. Free-standing, not clamp-on. $30 or less would be ideal. Help? [more inside]
What are your favorite lamps that you have used to do work under? What light bulbs do you recommend for these lamps?
What is the best way to outfit an office in an apartment with quality lighting for studying? [more inside]
Potentially-nonexistent-product-filter: Is there such a thing as a light system that emulates dawn-to-dusk daylight? Something that brightens and dims relatively closely following actual sunlight? [more inside]
In a typical office setting, how bright should a computer monitor be compared to the ambient/overhead/room lighting? How would one measure this and is there some chart or some guidelines for a good balance/ratio? [more inside]
What’s the cheapest way to make an unfinished basement work as usable living/working space? [more inside]
Help me light my office better! (constraints inside) [more inside]
Moving offices. I co-run the place and want to get some nice, unique lights for everyone's space to replace or augment the fluorescents. We currently string outdoor xmas lights around the place and while we like the effect it's kind of dorm-room and messy. Talking about overhead lights, not desk lamps (we all have those already.) Nothing too "designer" or $$$ -- our backup plan is to ball LED string lights up with twine, as an example. Any ideas or links to shops?
Help me find decent non-halogen desk lamps. [more inside]
My cube is as bright as an operating room. Help me save my eyesight and sanity. [more inside]
Building a home office, and need help with lighting. [more inside]