Saturday, March 19, 2011
From: Padmanabha Vyasamoorthy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Subject: [LIS-Forum] Fresnel lens - Sheet magnifying glass
Sometime ago, I have seen a very thin plastic sheet like magnifying
lens (like a six inches scale) which can be used a book mark and
magnifying sheet glass.
This is a very good give away as a small item to readers who are dear
to a library. I was, for a long time looking for a supplier. I found
one now. You may find many in your city.
Microchip Devices Inc.
Mr. Satish Adhalrao
No. 1929, Sadashiv Peth, Bajirao Road
Pune, Maharashtra - 411 030, India
My present interest is senior citizens who have a need to use such
magnifiers as their eye sight is poor.
Dr P Vyasamoorthy, 30 Gruhalakshmi Colony Secunderabad 500015 Ph
040-27846631 / 9490804278.My blog:
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Holi re holi March 19, 2011 Librarians I am sure feel vibrant colours of the books, the power of endless colourful thoughts that are embodied there in, in their libraries. Happy Holi to all on behalf of all librarians. Happy holi to librarians!!!!!!! “Let us pray that through our holy eye, we never are led towards anger, greed, lust or jealousy. Let this Holi be a time when we change not only the colour of our faces, but the colour of our hearts. Let us not only play Holi, but let us become holy. Let the only colour that truly penetrates our beings, be the colour of God “ – Swami Chidananda Saraswati (Sacred Space, Times of India, March 19, 2011).