I'm trying to think of any other ways - we are up to 5 different ways or variances, there has to be at least a couple more! :)
Recently, I've actually been shooting tungsten interiors of holiday snapshots with an uncorrected, daylight-balanced, LED LitePanel Micro, and letting the practicals go warm (mainly, because I just haven't gotten around to ordering the hard gel from LitePanel yet!):
It's a bit more convenient than using a flash in dark interiors, and with the Micro's built-in dimmer, it's a snap to manually balance my LitePanel's output to match the ambient exposure.
Below, is an uncorrected still image I shot at our recent company Xmas party of my friend Rick, using the LitePanel Micro attached to my D90's hot shoe (it's merely a mechanical mount--there's no "synch," since it's a continuous-source light, designed primarily for video):
Nikon D90; AF Nikkor 35mm f/2.0
ISO: 2,000; f/2.2 @ 125th; daylight preset white balance.
But, this was in a club setting with lots of effects and mood lighting going on. In a home, with more noticeably warm incandescent lighting (or warm CFLs), I would be much better-served by using either LitePanel's tungsten correction hard gel (orange-ish piece of plastic), or taping a piece of Lee correction or CTO to my LitePanel.