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January 31, 2009

Mirrored branches

Mirrored Ginkgo branches on Flickr by Katy Silberger.


January 28, 2009

Updates of my homepage The Ginkgo Pages

* Added 4 objects on my Art-page (gallery): Art nouveau plate belt by Brandt, Art nouveau banisters by Louis Majorelle, facade Escoles Prat de la Riba, Reus (Modernism) and a postcard with mural by Sarah Spurgeon, Ginkgo Petrified Forest Museum.
* New photo photospecial page: Gardens of Valloires Abbey "Evolution garden": c. 100 Ginkgo trees.
* Update of Awards-page with information about The Ginkgo Pages + 10 years The Ginkgo Pages (several pages).

January 26, 2009

Storing time Ginkgo seeds

How long can a Ginkgo seed (nut) be kept (without removing the hard shell)?
Question by fgin.

January 18, 2009

Visual Wikipedia: Ginkgo

VisualWikipedia is a visual, intuitive, and interactive web interface to encyclopedic knowledge/information. It is designed to provide a fun place to learn stuff in an efficient manner.
Visual Wikipedia adds context to Wikipedia articles by showing you relevant videos from YouTube.
It is a reference source for students in elementary school through high school and beyond.
It is a completely separate entity from Wikipedia.org with no association with it.

Visual Wikipedia also has an entry for Ginkgo (biloba).
Link to VisWiki.

January 17, 2009

Photos of Ginkgo seeds and seedlings

Two Ginkgo seeds, soaking up water to stimulate germinating afterwards.
Photo by Gartnerin. More photos here.

January 12, 2009

The Ginkgo Pages 10 years on the internet


1999 - 2009: 10 years The Ginkgo Pages!!

So far over 3 million people visited my homepage (English version).
More information click here.

January 11, 2009

Video: Performance "Ginkgo biloba" composition



"Ginkgo biloba" for euphonium solo, composed by Hiroyuki Yamamoto, using several extended technics of euphonium.
(euphonium: Kana Kotera)
YouTube video by
keiryankeiryan.

January 10, 2009

Updates of my homepage The Ginkgo Pages

1999 - 2009: 10 years The Ginkgo Pages!!
So far over 3 million people visited my homepage (English version).
More information about its history and contributors: click here.

January 06, 2009

Where to find arts and crafts Ginkgo patterns?

Can you help me locate arts and crafts ginkgo leaf patterns that I can use to create a mural 20 feet by 10 inches. My local library has very little and I'm open to suggestions.
Question by Warren.