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Fwd: Titan Arum in Wisconsin ( update )

  • Subject: Fwd: Titan Arum in Wisconsin ( update )
  • From: "Brian O'Brien" <bobrien@gustavus.edu>
  • Date: Mon, 03 Nov 2008 16:59:00 -0600

Hello All,
    I just received this communication from our IT person who was 
mostly responsible for our titanum event in May 2007; two messages 
are combined, so read from the bottom up.

Brian O'Brien

>I should also mention that this link is an HD video stream.  Much 
>higher quality than what you can see on the mpm.edu website.
>I assume you already know this, but just wanted to mention that there is
>a Titan Arum in Wisconsin that is about to bloom.  You can watch live
>streaming video by using VLC and going here:
>You just need a 1.7 Mbit/s internet connection and thus works great at

Brian A. O'Brien, Department of Chemistry, Gustavus Adolphus College
800 West College Avenue, Saint Peter, Minnesota  56082  U.S.A.
e-mail bobrien@gustavus.edu or bobrien@gac.edu
tel. (507)933-7310     fax (507)933-7041 

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