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Light Bulbs - How Many Engineers....

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    Light Bulbs - How Many Engineers....

    Does it take at G.E. to reset a light bulb...

    Watch.. has more action and drama than I could deal with..

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BB6...ature=youtu.be

    For the TL;DW crowd...

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    Have a GeoExpat related problem - please create a support ticket.

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    I had to go to Youtube and check that it wasn't a satire account.


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    I would so throw that bulb in the bin and replace it with a conventional LED replacement. Who needs the aggravation lol


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    Wow.... designed by engineers.

    Xioami reset - turn them on/off 5 times - presto


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    No, I am not ready for the Internet of Things (IoT)...

    I don't want smart bulbs, smart refrigerator, personal assistant, I don't even really want my smart phone...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MABinPengChau
    No, I am not ready for the Internet of Things (IoT)...
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    I've spent a bit of time on Twitter recently. I've come to realise that humanity isn't ready for the internet, let alone this 'internet of things' thing. Will surely be the fuck up of all fuck ups.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kimwy66
    Will surely be the fuck up of all fuck ups.
    It sadly already is. Not sure if you follow IT news, but whenever there is a giant DDOS knocking some site out of the web, it's not a Windows XP botnet doing so - it's your internet-compatible toaster with a built in root account. Stuff is truly scary.
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