For some reason the shortened URL seems to have problems..
Originally Posted by jnanian
The link is:
Copy and paste the URL between the two "... character strings into your browser and let me know if it works for you.
You can also try: http://bit.ly/RNL0As
This is very important. Healthy populations of soil bacteria are necessary for healthy plants.
Originally Posted by Photo Engineer
Yes, and that's why I asked the question originally. It wasn't so much the chemistry, I was curious about the dilution/volume. I don't plant on printing too much that large, but I figured since I'll be using significantly more water, if there was a better procedure for disposal--like watering my drought stricken plants.
Originally Posted by lxdude
J-215 'Recovering Silver from Photographic Processing Solutions'
J-216 'The Fate and Effects of Silver in the Environment'
The bit.ly URLs seem to work better.
Wow. Besides the film, I have this very sinking feeling that we are all going to miss Kodak a lot if all this information disappears. I am absolutely stunned when I review the amount of information that was provided by Kodak on just about anything related to photography. I certainly hope this is all backed up somewhere if Kodak does go away. I have accumulated a lot of Kodak information in the past few years but the sheer amount of what is available is astounding.
Originally Posted by Prof_Pixel
Works just fine for me!
The Kodak datasheet URL's seem to embed some information that causes problems with uploading, depending on your location. I think it may have something to do with the fact that for certain information, the applicable document varies with regions and language, and the linking system is intended to adapt to that.
In my case, I get a redirection error with the longer URLs, but not with the shorter versions.