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Re: [BKARTS] World's smallest book



The Prints & The Paper wrote:
It's a big feat of the tiniest proportions. Simon
Fraser University's Nano Imaging Lab has produced the world's
smallest published book.

The only catch - you'll need a scanning electron
microscope to read it.

Well - it's a feat of technology, but a IS IT A BOOK? (grinning broadly)
He he he... another can of worms?!

Cheers,
Bea

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