What's in your pocket?

We wanted to find a website that would let you all make groovy calendars. so alot of googling was done using words like 'organise,plan, dates' and we stumbled across this amazing project by a mysterious chap by the name of Brian Collier who seems to have developed a passion for the classification of small objects.

The website is an intriguing mix of scientific research, art and most impressively an extensive database where contributors have 'catalogued' small things as diverse as shells, safety pins and M&Ms. Collier gives instructions on how to find, name and display your object and offers details on how to contribute to the project. We thought it was superb

Further definitions of a Very Small Object:
1. Any object that is visible to the naked eye but small enough to go unnoticed most of the time.
2. The maximum dimensions of a Very Small Object are 8 mm by 8 mm by 25 mm long. The object must be able to fit, unforced, into a 1 dram vial. Anything larger than these minimum dimensions should not be classified under this system.
3. Very Small Objects may consist of any type of solid material.
4. Liquids and gasses may never be categorized as Very Small Objects.
5. Living things may not be classified under this system due to possible overlap with other existing classification systems.

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