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    This very user friendly book is absolutely packed with helpful detail on everything from the nitty gritty of getting around, personal safety, eating out, where to stay, etc. to the specifics about various sites and districts of the city, plus recommended walks and tours that will include all the must-see destinations and help one enjoy the unique character of the distinctive Paris neighborhoods. There are three authors, and the result of their collaboration is accessible writing that is rich in detail and well formatted. This book is a great resource for advance planning a visit to Paris and for making efficient use of your time and energy when you're there. There are many choices in travel books, but this one does it all!

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    I just finished this book and even though I was aware of many contextual examples existing in the world today it opened the door even further to this amazing new age we are heading into. When a technology shows itself to be desirable to both business and customers, doctors and patients, athletes and their trainers, and even employees and their bosses you know you will be seeing many iterations of that technology coming fast. Technology and procedures that make the world Contextually Responsive to our Needs and Desires is what the discussion is about. Think Google Glass, Sensors in Pills, your smartphone and software that takes the data these sensors and many more like them collect and make sense of it all.... then add in prediction and communication and you get context. When you need to be at the airport to catch a plane your phone can now alert you that it is time to leave without setting any alarms, there are many more examples but this one is simply "Google Now" on Android phones and has been released for almost a year already. Many people do not even know that Google Now exists and is trying to help them everyday.... but it is.

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