365:136

365:136On this day in 1888 – Nikola Tesla delivers a lecture describing the equipment which will allow efficient generation and use of alternating currents to transmit electric power over long distances.

I was very much stuck today. Having spent 8 hours or more trying to rid my PC of some malware, there had not been much time to consider photography and Wikipedia was not yielding much useful for either 136 or today. I seized upon good old Tesla and took a hasty snap of an electric socket. It was very boring. Photoshop and Pixlr to the rescue!

Oh. Still boring.

Sorry.

At least I didn’t blob.

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