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Re: Pronunciations



Jeff, et al:

    Sorry, but I didn't realize that your site had the pronounciation .Wav
files, until I saw this message.

    I may be tired right now, but I don't know why I didn't know that you
can hear the pronounciation when you click on the Anglisized pronounciation.
(I guess maybe I was confusing it with Mike Keesey's site - where when you
click on the alphabetically listed name, you get a detailed description and
possibly a drawing, etc. for that particular animal).

        Allan Edels


-----Original Message-----
From: Jeff Poling <jpoling@dinosauria.com>
To: rtravsky@uwyo.edu <rtravsky@uwyo.edu>
Cc: dinosaur@usc.edu <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Date: Saturday, December 12, 1998 11:39 AM

Subject: Re: Pronunciations


>At 07:42 PM 12/11/98 -0700, Richard W Travsky wrote:
>>What would be cool would be a web site with little wav files of saying a
>>dinosaur's name. Alphabetically arranged and all that.
>
>   Uh ... any particular reason why you're cutting Dinosauria On-Line out
of
>this picture, where such a thing has been available for nearly three years
now?
>
>>(that'd be a lot of wav files, wouldn't it?)
>
>   Across all the taxa, genera, and variations, 982 files taking up 12 Mb
of
>disk space.
>
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