Step 1: Go Get Stuff
A on/off wall mountable dimmer switch
A single fixture junction box
5 Clamp lights
A power strip
A curtain rod
2 mesh-type fly swatters
A 25' extension cord
Misc wires nuts
A hot glue gun
Step 2: Pop the Ends
Step 3: Insert the Mesh
Step 4: Prepare With Wire
Pass each end of the stripped wire through one of the holes in the mesh that you just made. Once passed through, bend it back upon itself and fasten this loop with a zip tie.
Step 5: Wire It Up
Take one of the black wires from the extension cord and twist it together with one of the black wires from the switch. Twist a wire nut onto these wires to insulate them and lock them together. Repeat this process with the other set of black wires.
Twist the two wires from the extension cord together and twist a wire nut onto them.
Zip tie the two main extension cord wires together. in a few spots so they are held tightly in place.
Step 6: Case Closed
(Before you close the case, you may want to consider popping out the steel cutout on the bottom of the box)
Place the plastic mesh atop the dimmer switch and then fasten the case shut with the screws. You can place zip ties around the case to make it a little more secure.
Step 7: Curtain Rod Time
Adjust the length of the curtain rod to suit you.
If you don't have one, then you probably should install one.
Step 8: Attach Clamp Lights
Attach clamp lights to the curtain rod such that they are evenly spaced.
Step 9: Power Strip
Pass the loop formed by this knot onto the curtain rod.
Zip tie the power strip to the middle of the curtain rod and fasten the knot in place with zip ties as well.
Step 10: Plug It All In
Don't zip tie the lamp wires to the curtain rod in case you want to move them around (as it will make this easier).
Make sure all the clamp lights and the power strip are in the 'on'-position.
I spun the power strip so that its on the top-side of the curtain ride. When it is on the bottom side, gravity is pulling down on the plugs and it seems like they might fall out over time.