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In a message dated 5/25/00 6:31:20 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
<< And I think I must suffer a little of SAD, whatever it's called when
you're light deprived. I am very dependent on the sun for my energy and it
doesn't help teaching in a room with no natural light. Fluorescent lighting
just isn't anywhere close to the real thing, not to mention how different
colors look. >>
You can buy, or have the supply people buy, full spectrum light bulbs for
strip and any other kind. They keep you in the real sunny day light, and the
colors the kids work with look a lot nicer. Much better for teaching color
theory and for you.
They also last longer than the cheap spectrum shy ones.
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