My header image

My header image

I am not affiliated with any of the company names that you may see in my header image. ?

I just thought I should mention that here, since I noticed you can read at least two of them. (If you know what to look for, especially.)

Blog topic preferences?

I plan to write about many things on this blog. So is there something you’d like to see sooner than later?

I would like to write about (almost) anything non-technical on this site. But I may wind up posting technical info about electronics projects that I’m working on, and possibly about my projects on GitHub: https://github.com/lelandg/

But I’m open to suggestions. Art? Music? Should I post about tech on here? Feel free to leave a comment on this post with your suggestions, or contact me elsewhere, if you have that information.

I’d like to have a blog that people are interested in reading. The only way I know to do that is to be myself. So you can count on that! ?? But what I write about is another question. I can be myself and write about many things. So I plan to. ??

What would you like first?

Looking forward to your ideas,
Leland…

TheGlowInTheDarkMan.com

TheGlowInTheDarkMan.com

Glowing powders encased in arcanely-shaped bottles with corks.

These are my actual glow-in-the-dark supplies. They’re powders and sands (on the right).

TheGlowInTheDarkMan.com is my new Zen Cart shopping site. However, I do not take credit cards. If you need to use a credit card, I can post it in my Etsy store and you can then use your CC. So just let me know what you’d like to buy from TheGlowInTheDarkMan.com and I’ll post it there, too….

Thanks for your understanding.

Oh! The reason that I got excited about glow-in-the-dark was because I saw the product specification for products from https://glow.glowinc.com. I mean check out the spec on their green V10 here: http://glow.glowinc.com/glow-powder/ultra-green-v10-glow-in-the-dark-powder-55-85-micron/ “For retail products, brightness is essential.  V10 55-85m has a  brightness rating of approximately 33,000 immediately after charge, 945 at 10 minutes, and 126 at 60 minutes.   It continues to be visible by the human eye more than 24 hours after the initial charge.” (Their emphases, but good ones!)

I mean, say what? It glows for > 24 hours?!? And IIRC, your brightness doesn’t need to be anywhere near 100 for it to seem bright. I simply had to try some. And I think they’re right! The good stuff does glow for more than 24 hours! And it is so bright that you can see it glowing with the lights on!