I'm a reader, and sometimes a contributor, to the IxDA mailing list
and the other day the above question came up. Some of the answers was to good to not summon some of the best here here:---[Todd Roberts] Who's determining a light bulb is the correct solution to the problem?
---[Robert Hoekman, Jr.] It Depends
---[Joe Davidchik] Well...normally 1...but..+1 because we need to user test the light bulb+1 because marketing wants to build the box and brand the bulb+1 because sales want to go global with the light bulb+1 because engineering wants details specs of the bulb+1 since we need to evangelize about the light bulb+1 since we need to build a user community around the light bulb+1 since we need to explore different directions we can take the light bulb
---[Frank Gruger] Actually the light bulb was never implemented. The developers put in askylight. Your documentation is out of date.
---[Daniel Szuc] One. His name is Steve and he promptly renames it to the 'ibulb'
---[pauric] Which lead to the question: Does that make the person who turns on the light a 'switcher'?
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