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This website is devoted to violin making, care, and maintenance and was created by the violinmaker Hans Johannsson. In addition to the explanation of violin construction, the website also covers the topics of wood,...
The National Agricultural Library is enormous, and its website has many things to recommend it. A great place to start on the site is the NAL Collection, found at the top of the page. Visitors interested in the...
Here is a great video clip on technology advancements being developed by Nokia. These include electronics materials and films that can be stretched or folded to wear as a bracelet on your arm, used to sense different...
The Farber Gravestone Collection is a repository of more than 13,500 images that depict the sculpture and design of over 9,000 gravestones. The majority of the gravestones represented on the site were created before the...
Gordon and Mike's ICT Podcast offers perspectives on the information and communication technologies (ICT) industries from Gordon Snyder and Mike Qaissaunee. In this podcast, Mike and Gordon review "cable and telephone...
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