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RE: [Killietalk] do watched eggs ever hatch?
The scope you are using we call a stereo dissection scope, because it
has a substantial space from the lens to the tray/platform, which allows
for dissection to occur under magnification. You probably knew that,
but I just thought I'd mention it. Those are really nice... I used them
through college quite a bit.
Those Intel microscopes apparently are not very good. Essentially a
glorified web cam. Too bad though, as for a little higher price they
could have made a much better product. I am now looking at regular
microscopes, but don't have lots of money to spend on it... so we will
see what happens. Probably nothing.
As for shortening your URLs, there is no "trick around it" that I know
of. Just shorten the directory and page names, and that would do it.
From: killietalk-bounces at aka_org [mailto:killietalk-bounces at aka_org] On
Behalf Of Ron @ FAR EAST
Sent: Wednesday, December 31, 2003 2:22 AM
To: killietalk at aka_org
Subject: Re: [Killietalk] do watched eggs ever hatch?
> been toying with the idea of getting a microscope (which I could later
> attach a camera to), but I am just mulling the idea over. It
> isn't necessary equipment, though it would be fun.
> Yes, it was fun for me... enlightening as well, since I've never seen
> eggs in detail. IIRC, Intel has one of those microscope thingie that
> connects via USB to your PC. I did a run through ePay...
AL Anderson wrote:
> This webpage packed its bags and moved to Toledo.
> Actually, we couldn't find the page you requested. Please check the
> Hiya Al, Angelfire returns this message when you submit an incomplete
> address. Try it again but check your browser's location box includes
> everything from http to html.
> I look forward to your comments.
> PS: Does anyone know how I can 'shorten' the URL? I recall there was
> site that could do it but can't remember which one.
> Best regards,
> Ronnie Lee
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