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I have been using this calendar for several years and love its simple design. There's lots of room to write things down. There's even a place for dinner menu. (I confess that I don't use that often but it's a nice feature for when I do plan in advance). I use regular pen and don't have a problem with it bleeding through. However, I only use pen for birthdays. Everything else is in pencil because events change and then I just have to erase : ). I think if the paper was heavier, it would be too heave to hang on frig with magnets. I use 4 big magnetic clips and works just great!
If one is not trained in first aid this book is very important for finding and understanding what is going on with many common symptoms. I feel this is worth having in the family library for a great reference to medical symptoms and basic cures. It is simply written, which makes it easy for anyone to understand. Full of drawings to help clearly present the points covered, and it is easy to research problems.
I give the book an EXCELLENT rating for it's arrangement, which is important to find a symptom and cure, then it cross-references the symptom to every page in the book containing information on that symptom and cure.
Even though this book deals with detailed remedies that are readily available to anyone anywhere. The book also has a section that names pharmaceuticals that MUST be obtained by a prescription in America! If one travels to a third-world country this reference may be valuable in diagnosing a serious condition and obtaining proper treatment. Especially if there is a communication issue with the available caregiver.
This is not a detailed `survival' type book. It is more of a primer in most all of man's aliments and what (prescription) drugs are commonly used to treat them, along with simple remedies that may be tried.
The title says it all. This book is most appropriate in third-world, foreign countries, that do not have the same standards as in America; in regard to restrictions on providing drugs without prescriptions to anyone. The book assumes that you are in a third-world country and you can obtain drugs without prescriptions. Such as:
Injectable Penicillins; Ampacillin; Tetracyclines; Cotrimazole; Rifampicin' Diloxanide furorate. . . On and on with (US) prescription drugs.
Overall, this is a great book for most first aid remedies.
Another excellent book by this organization is "Where There Is No Dentist".
In retrospect, the pain and suffering exerted into the making of The Wall comes through in its sheer weight and sonic thrust. Conceived as a multimedia experience for the stage as well as the silver screen, The Wall alludes to Waters' own personal nightmare -- of losing his father in the war, becoming a rock star, and being worshipped like a fascist demigod. The protagonist carries the burden of Waters' plight (and to a lesser degree, Syd Barrett's descent into madness) and is finally put on trial for building a wall between him and the rest of the world. That's the simplest way to describe it.
At the core is a surly collection of songs. Waters bears the lion's share as he unravels the plot from the very first note. "In The Flesh?" is an unsettling preamble that forcibly pulls you to the edge of your seat. Once the mood simmers for a spell in the eloquence of "The Thin Ice," the disc becomes almost conciliatory with the disco inferno of "Another Brick In The Wall (Part Two)." As Floyd's first legitimate single in years, "Another Brick" baulks in the end by instigating the somewhat subversive lyrics to be sung almost in jest by an impromptu choir of school children. "Comfortably Numb," its origins stemming from a David Gilmour chord progression, starkly points out the contrasts that lie between Gilmour's melodic sense and Waters' gloomy, yet intoxicating words. Once "The Trial" gets underway -- waging Waters'
I bought this in June 2012 used and couldn't be happier. I mostly use this for media. I stream Netflix and Hulu everyday and never have an issue. I also watch video saved to an SD card and encounter no problems with playback. The video quality is great and I get no lag.
I play some games, especially more graphically intense and never experience any lag or rendering issues. Graphically intense games look stunning on this tablet.
The HDMI port is great for when I travel. I get to a Hotel room, plug the HDMI into the room tv and watch netflix on the TV.
The design is elegant and beautiful.
Battery life is great even after almost a year and a half. I get hours of video playback and days if it's in standby.
The display is bright and crisp.
Android updates come through shortly after Google releases them.
Currently running Jelly Bean and use of the OS is flawless. Before this I had an iPad 2 which I liked. Having owned the Transformer Prime, I would never go back.
This tablet is the perfect device to show how the Android OS can shine. Being a two year old model, it shows no sign of being outdated. Spec wise, it's still comparable to any modern devices being released.
I specifically bought the kindle version of this guide so I could use my i phone. The best feature was the diagrammatic representation of many of the historical sites in Rome. I also used the comprehensive guides to ordering and understanding the food in various types of eatery. The only downside is that there is no interactive index. If you are looking for a site and do not know which section of Rome it is in, you cannot find it in the index and automatically go to it. Very happy with this guide.