You may be a good bicycle rider, but wouldn’t you love to know how fast you really ride? The article presents an easy electronic circuit which can be integrated to your existing bicycle dynamo to get an instant LED illuminated speed indications, the moment you start peddling.
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The FTC recently extended the deadline for changing to the Lighting Facts packaging label to January 1, 2012. The label is supposed to make it easier for consumers to understand the energy costs of similar bulbs, but our investigation finds the new labels more notable for what they don’t tell us.