It’s still a good overview, and generally up to date, but parts may sometimes be stale. If you’re in a hurry, here’s the executive summary: I use Simon gift cards. They only go up to 0, they generally can’t be reloaded, and some merchants refuse to accept them, whether explicitly or because most don’t support AVS checks.Also see Why I’m weird about privacy and faking out address and credit card forms. I buy them in person at a Simon mall, and overall, I’m pretty happy with them. Hank Taggart agrees with me in his book How to Purchase Anonymously on the Internet, on both the details and the conclusion to use Simon. On the plus side, you can buy them with cash and without providing any identifying information whatsoever.Also click here Bulbcam page to see the party from the Bulb's perspective.Over the past 3 years several film crews stopped by to film our bulb for documentaries and movies.When purchasing a prepaid card for anonymous use, it’s important to avoid cards which are reloadable.The reloadable cards usually involve actual credit and, as such, require a social security number to be activated.There have been the steady flow of visitors, occassional film crews, and reporters. A Sony was put up and is now sending out pictures twice as big, sharp, and clear! Good times were had by all at Fire Station 6 in Livermore, CA with food, fun, and history in the making.The new display case below, and the constant work of the Firefighters. Click 1 Million Hours Bulb to see a web page showing the day.
= null) default Search Engine = '#knowledge'; else if (location.pathname.match(/^\/academy\/community(\/|$)/) !We believe it's a consumer's right to access all their financial information.Get your free credit score each month and monitor your credit report at no cost. Welcome to the homepage of the Centennial Bulb, the Longest burning Light Bulb in history. For those of you coming here for the first time, feel free to explore the pages of our amazing little bulb, with pictures, stories, facts, and history.As years go, the Bulb has had a quiet one this year. As in 2001, and 2011, the Centennial Light Bulb reached another milestone of 1,000,000 hours!