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How big is an oyster when it is born?

I ask, because it is my project and I search all over but I can't find it.

written by jeans, 2003-Oct-1, Answer this question1

the fool answered: Depending on how technical you are (aka smart) it's either 160 micron or 45 micron relatively. Based on what I think is your definition of being "[b]born[/b]". [bu]Read[/bu] [url]http://www.mbendi.co.za/koyster/tidbits/general.htm[caption]Knysna Oyster Company (Pty) Ltd: Oyster Facts[/url] [url]http://www.cedunaas.sa.edu.au/oystfest/oys_frms.htm#How%20does%20an%20oyster%20grow[caption]How does an oyster grow?[/url] [url]http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/invertebrates/bivalve/Oysterprintout.shtml[caption]Oysters[/url] ... read more

ChangeLog » flash project added

written by owen, 2003-Oct-1

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I've had some swf files on my machine since 2000 (for those who don't know what swf files are don't worry about it ). Anyhow they were technically gathering dust so I uploaded them so that people can laugh at me. Plus it can be considered as content which you might have noticed that I have a lack there of. Most of the animations are unfinished and are best suited for people with high-speed connections or patience.
Though I no longer use the application, others might find my previous stuff interesting.
View The Flash Scrapbook ( 1999-2001 ).

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from eP emptyPictures is photoblog website with photography. Bright cools are cool.

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Guestbook » Detroit burbs

written by Faith, 2003-Sep-12

Hey Owen, I like the newish design.

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owen commented: yay! :) I'm glad you like the design. Though I wondering what did you mean by 'newish'? ... read 11 more

ending credits

written by owen, 2003-Sep-11 read 10101 times.

Jesper commented: Great case. ... read 14 more

Quotes » Michael Sippey on connecting

Sure, I love the fact that so many people read my page. What red-blooded web publisher wouldn't love 12,000 hits on their personal site? But you see, hit counts aren't what it's all about. It's about connecting.
I don't publish this thing to attract thousands of mindless surfers. I publish it out of some strange urge to let my friends (and anyone else who stumbles upon it) know what's on my mind when it comes to technology and the web. I keep doing it because occasionally a friend will send me some feedback, telling me I'm absolutely wrong (or absolutely right), and that I should get back to work (or quit my job and do this full time).

from Hit counts are a head trip (Dec 11, 1995) on theobvious.com

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