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    This book really is one of the best huge ship avoidance references I've come across, not just for the effective methods it teaches as to avoiding huge ships, but also for exploding some of the huge ship avoidance myths that many of us take for granted.

    For example:
    - Do not charge the huge ship at full speed in an attempt to scare it off. This may work with coyotes, but it is less effective with huge ships.
    - Similarly, do not roll your boat over and play dead. Unless the huge ship is captained by a grizzly bear, this will not work.
    - Do not attempt to go under the huge ship. This is typically not successful.
    - Do not attempt to jump over the huge ship.

    Captain Trimmer presents a rather novel technique for avoiding huge ships - move your boat out of the path of the huge ship. I know what you're thinking, this goes against conventional wisdom, but Trimmer presents significant empirical evidence to support his theory. Indeed, over the long run, moving out of the way will dramatically decrease the number of huge ship collisions you will have to endure in your daily life.

  • F. Matthews - amazing tablet

    the Kindle Fire is a wonderful tablet for content delivery. Amazon has a great platform and ecosystem built around their Kindles and I'm seriously debating replacing this with either a Surface RT or a Kindle Fire HD.

  • Barbara "Moccasin" - What a treasure!

    If you are into well made books, this one is for you. It is a work of art.

    It is a tribute to a young woman, Gennie Jones, who was inspired by John James Audubon, to supplement the areas of avian life (nests and eggs) omitted in his work. That she should have a family dedicated to completing her dream after her death at a very young age, is a tribute to family love and devotion.

    Originally I intended to give this book to my nun sister-in-law because it looked feminine and lovely in the Amazon presentation. Yet when it arrived, I realized that what she needed was a field guide and not this. No doubt I'd have bought a second copy to keep for our personal library.

    This is a hard cover book, by Princeton Architectural Press, with embossed cloth binding of the spine, which is entirely robin's egg blue, as are the end papers...colorful but classic, the boards themselves appropriately "eggshell" white, and smooth enough for a cover drawing to be printed front, and descriptive writing on the outside back cover. It has no dust cover.

    Quality paper, the portions such as the foreword, preface and index are in white paper stock, so you understand right away that this is the current information marshalled by Joy M. Kiser. A more subtle paper in tan is used to denote the portions from the original Jones text and illustration. This helps to distinguish when you leave today and go back to the world as Gennie and her family were putting it all together.

    Be sure to read the Foreword by the head of the Smithsonian libraries, explaining the unique value of the original work. Not many copies of the original exist, so this effort is a real treasure to bird lovers.

  • amf0001 - Highly recommended, great gift

    I love the HONY facebook page and read it daily. I bought this to support Brandon whom I have never met but feel like I know anyway. This is a beautiful book, giving images of daily street life in New York City. I live in New York and love it, but even people who don't live in NY could love it, it's a terrific book.

  • Lynnie Pennie "Queen of Froth" - Easy Lattes

    This machine is quite simple to use and produces a nice creamy latte. Once you get the machine "loaded" just push the button and the machine does all the work. I use skim milk and a caramel sugar-free syrup and it produces a tasty latte. I clean the carafe soon after pouring the latte in cups. It just takes a wipe of a dish cloth in the bottom of the carafe and a good rinse to get it ready for the next brewing. The "stirrer" rinses clean with running water. While not an issue for me, I think it might be important for those considering purchasing this machine to know that the carafe and lid are not intended to be immersed in water or cleaned in a dishwasher. If you haven't watched the video review of this machine I encourage you to do so. I am very happy with this machine. I used to make cappuccino for my husband using a steamer for frothing. I have put that machine away....the Mr. Coffee Latte Maker is just too easy to use!