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  1. ckurihara says:

    Sounds like a great time – thanks for leaving all these great ideas for others. Hope to join the group on Saturday at the YES conference.

  2. jholmes says:

    In NYC about 5 of my friends and I are planning to get together and share our experiences and build our skills in the next week or so.

  3. Manu Prakash says:

    I like the idea of calmly imaging in a group; and share skills across the table.

    This could be a new board game ๐Ÿ˜‰ every time you find a species no-one has seen as yet – you move your piece forward. It gets harder as time passes by – and the pro eye starts to help.

    cheers
    manu

  4. laksiyer says:

    Fantastic post @Honomi. Really cool ideas. I like the ring sticker remover. I dont use it because I mess up with it a lot. Love Damon’s cell counting slides, wish they were affordable for a home user. Some hemocytometer slides are on the cheaper side . @Manu, this is a brilliant brilliant idea— the board game. I shall implement it surely.

  5. Honomi says:

    @CHRISTINE Wonderful you can come to YES conference!

    @MANU Yes, shared experiences bring people together ๐Ÿ™‚ I love the board game idea! Max had thought about “Foldscope bingo game” with the Field Guide, too – Cross off the species once you successfully image one.

    @LAKS Lupe would be happy to know you found her tip useful! Would love to know where one can find cheaper hemocytometer slides; I’m attracted to its reusability for water samples. I’m thinking about the amount of trash (tape/paper/glass) I make after each imaging sessions.

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