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  • SitkaCedar - Works better than I had hoped for.

    Love the long handle. We have two labradors who shed. With this Dyson I can spend a few minutes every day walking around vacuuming up the loose hair. Don't need to use the big vacuum as much. Really, really nice on the stairs. Light weight. I don't find having to hold the button down a problem in any way.

  • Wulfstan "wulfstan" - Uncle Wulfy, can I play with your iPad?

    Ooh, a tough question. Even tougher is "Can I have a tablet of my own?". Younger kids (this is designed for early grade school) can be really tough on electronics, and there are places on the Web you don't want them going. This handy little device is the perfect solution. True, it mostly plays games, but that's what they wanna do anyway. It also has a decent camera.

    This does need a little adult supervision to download apps from your home computer, but after that, you can hand off the device to the kids with hardly a worry. It's tough, and Disney safe. It does make learning fun.

    Do get some of those peel off screen protectors and LOTS of batteries. LOTS.

  • A Customer - This is the BIBLE of JOB HUNTING - IGNORE IT at your PERIL - 5 STARS !!!!

    Let's get it out of the way right up front. If you are looking for a job and not using this book, it is the same as sending an army to war without rifles. This is it, and it simply does not get any better than What Color is Your Parachute. Every year it seems to get better and better.

    IT PROBABLY SHOULD BE REQUIRED READING IN YOUR LAST YEAR IN COLLEGE

    I would tell anyone that you must read this book before going to interviews in your senior year in college. Anyone who is seeking to change positions that is out in the work force should have a well-marked and annotated copy in her briefcase. There are simply no excuses. The information you need to get and find the job that you want and deserve are in this book. It's easy to read and easy to use.

    Some things you can figure out for yourself - others are not as easy. Do you ever notice that people in the trades all have their secrets that are passed down from older people in the trades? A carpenter will tell you that you MEASURE TWICE - CUT ONCE. It makes sense, because then you will not waste wood. In job hunting it is the same deal. There are things you need to know, because it will give you an edge over your competition.

    Remember there is always more than one person looking to fill the slot that you are looking to fill. YOU NEED THE EDGE and this book will give it to you. As an example, one of the key points and there are hundreds of them is that YOU ARE ALWAYS INTERVIEWING. The moment you walk into a company, you are being watched. It might be the receptionist, or the pre-interviewer, but you are always being measured. This means you have to always have your guard up, take nothing for granted.

    This book will teach you about the latest techniques for looking for a job, and much much more. Here are just a few of the issues you need to be concerned about:

    * There are thousands of Internet sites that help people searching for jobs. This book tells you which ones are for you. Page 53

    * What do you put into the resume - key points? Page 71

    * You will learn the specific interview questions that in all likelihood, you will be asked. BE READY page 93

    * What about salary negotiations? The other side negotiates all the time. You only get to negotiate a couple of times in your lifetime. You need this information to even out the playing field. Page 121

    * There are always mistakes made during interviews. The book covers the big ones. Page 92

    CONCLUSION:

    There simply is no better book on the market for those who need a job, or want to learn how to promote themselves. This book is the BIBLE OF THE INDUSTRY. Buy it, read every word, write in the margins, take notes and write the notes in the back of the book. It is a resource, use it wisely and get the job you want. Thank you for reading this review.

    Richard C. Stoyeck

  • Brandon - Great and Fun

    First impressions of this game are really good. I decided it's time for me to lose some weight since I've gained some weight after taking a promotion at my job that requires me to do less than what I used to do and the burgers are definitely catching up to me now. I just bought a Kinect a few days ago and I've had this for 2 days now and I've set myself up for 3 30 min workouts a week and the two I've done have definitely kicked my butt but they were fun. I've never been the type to enjoy working out til now. I love how the game continually motivates you and lets you pause anytime to take a breather. My goal is to drop 30lbs by not only playing this game but also changing my eating habits. I also bought 2 25lb dumbells to use with the game as well for the arm exercises. I haven't gone in far enough to see if there is custom music but right now I've been listening to my sirius xm radio while the game volume comes out of my tv.

    So again for owning this for 2 days I'm quite impressed and I'm so far enjoying the game and I would highly recommend this. It was definitely a toss up between this and ea sports active 2 but this game had a lot better reviews.

  • J. Hassert "Gunther" - Feather light and incredibly comfortable

    The headline says it all. These puppies are ideal for the casual walker. The lightness and "cushy" comfort of the unique soles have been a god's send as I ramp up my walking routine. I continue to use the Asics Gel Kayano as the high end pavement-pounders, but the Sketchers have been fantastic.

    Highly recommended.