How many tech bloggers does it take to change a lightbulb? (Blame this on Quora-threads!)
One to call the light bulb revolutionary. One to write about how to use and apply the light bulb. One to question the ramifications of using the light bulb. One to disavow the lightbulb entirely and promote something different.
One to point out that Jesus didn’t need a lightbulb as a halo is portable and everlasting so does not need changing.
One to point out that you can’t change a halo while you are alive, but they could be the next big thing if you are dead.
One to point out that halos are patented by a divine spirit.
One to point out that ‘Let there be lightbulbs’ does not constitute a patent, but does put it in the public domain.
One to show that only one religion currently has the rights to halos.
One to crowdfund a new design for halos.
One to show that the market for halos can be extended to fashion wearables.
One to point out that groups wearing halos may well cause light pollution as well as other dangerous aspects.
One to point out that bad people cannot wear them, so might be taken up by the government as proof of criminality.
One to point out that as part of the Internet of Things, halos could be hacked.
One to set up a company offering halo security products.
One to point out that halos interfere with electronic glasses, earplugs, hearing aids, etc.
One to point out that halos could put millions of people out of work.
One to suggest that robots might be able to have halos.
One to claim that fake halos were being made in the Far East.
One to point out that halos did not show up on photos so could not be used on passports.
One to show that halos attracted moths, and could be a hazard for drivers.
One to create a halo throwing video game.
One to point out halos have varying levels of illumination depending on how good you are, and so might make legitimate lie detectors.
One to point out that people taking MRI scans would need to remove their halo, which might have moral implications, and give false scan readings.
A recent study of this situation has put forward the proposal that Tech Bloggers not be allowed to change light bulbs, to write about it, or to publish links referring to it.