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  • Genesis A. Williamson - Handy little thing

    I really like this banana slicer. I have recently bought a very large dehydrator, and a local grocery store sells their older bananas for like, half off on Sundays. They are not bad by any means, just a couple of brown spots. I bought a different slicer at Walmart, but all it did was smush my bananas, and it sliced too thick anyway. This slicer is absolutely perfect. The metal blades cut instead of smush, and I prefer the 1/4" cutting thickness. It's a wonderful addition to my gadget drawer, and my dehydrated banana slices are turning out great!

  • Eclipse - Good product

    Does what it clams. It's not harsh at all on your stomach. Well for me it's not and I have a sensitive stomach. Better then anything at the drug store that's for sure!

  • Robert B. Lamm "Maximum Bob" - How Does He Do It?

    This is the first book I've ever read by Mr. Walter, but it isn't likely to be the last. It was a joy to read from start to finish. I usually plow through books, but I found myself going back over certain passages in this one, including the last chapter (which I found puzzling and weird but ultimately perfect).

    Mr. Walter's story is really about the randomness of life, its beauties and its sadnesses. To try to describe the plot would be impossible, but there was not a moment when my interest flagged, despite the fact that the book jumps from decade to decade and back, new characters are constantly being introduced (sometimes never to appear again - at least not exactly), and the story is anything but linear - and yet it drives inexorably to the conclusion. If someone told me about the characters, I'd assume they are more or less unrealistic - and they are, more or less. Yet they are all entirely believeable and real in all respects.

    I always cringe a bit when I pick up a book that others - particularly critics - have loved, but this one deserves all the accolades it has received.

    One more thing - when you plow through books you tend to forget them the minute you're finished. Not so here - I find myself continuing to think about "Beautiful Ruins" even though I'm now into the second or third book I picked up once I finished it.

    Bravissimo, Signor Walter!

  • Blue Rose "Blue Rose" - This is the premier office software

    Microsoft Office is pretty much the standard software used by most businesses and individuals. This version contains Word for word processing, Excel for spreadsheets, PowerPoint for presentations, and OneNote to help keep you and projects organized. This is the version that is installed to a particular computer, and doesn't have an expiration date or require an additional annual subscription fee. (I'm not a fan of the new yearly subscription that MS is heavily promoting, so this is a big plus to me.) I rely heavily on Outlook, so it's disappointing that it's not included in this version, but that is just a consideration to take into account when you are deciding on the version of Office that's right for you. Many people use a free email service such as google, yahoo, or the internet version of outlook, and that's sufficient for them. If you are updating from Office 2007 or 2010, you shouldn't have too much of a learning curve. The change from Office 2003 (if you are still using that version) is pretty drastic, though. There are many tutorials on the MS website to help you along. I've used this software for years, and recommend it highly.

  • Homebody707 - Upgraded from 2012 with no issues

    It seems like they fixed all the issues since they first released it. I'm not sure what others are seeing, but I had no issues upgrading from 2012 and the IOS app works perfectly. I don't need to remember anymore what i spent cash on when I'm out of the house, because i can just put in a cash transaction on the fly on my iPhone and then sync it back to my desktop install. I was extremely hesitant to upgrade after reading all of the poor reviews, but then saw a few people say the issues were addressed so I thought I'd give it a try. If you're at all concerned, do what I did:

    1. Backup your 2012 data.
    2. Upgraded to 2013.
    3. Don't do a bank sync right away. Test out the features on your phone and sync that to see if 2013 pulls data down from their cloud without errors to your local Quicken install.
    4. I did this for 5 days and then did a sync with my bank. No issues whatsoever.

    My plan was to downgrade back to 2012 and get a refund for 2013 if it didn't work flawlessly.

    I'm syncing to 3 different bank accounts and 2 credit cards. No issues. I really was expecting to have to deal with some problem, but I may be one of the lucky ones. The release after all the updates ran is: R7 (22.1.7.11) Home and Business edition.

    I know your results may vary, but I hope you at least give it a try because the new features with the mobile client are what I've been waiting years for and it's been a great experience so far. And no, I don't work for Intuit. :)

    Good luck!