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  • Cristian Nicolae - An absolutely amazing phone

    This phone is by far the best smartphone that I've had. The OS is much smoother than an Android and looks a lot cleaner. The live tiles are beautifully arranged and can be customized the show different info:

    -IPS screen with really vivid colors
    -f/2.0 camera (very large aperture for low light photos) with Image Stabilization (makes the pictures look sharper when there is motion blur
    -The Windows Phone 8 OS is very fast and fluid
    -all your pictures, contacts and messages are backed up in the cloud
    -Kids Corner is pretty awesome for giving your phone to a kid and having the peace of mind that they won't wipe it or send out stuff
    -touch sensitive screen can be used with gloves :)
    -Wireless Charging!

    -Battery life isn't as good as the Lumia 900 - I turned NFC off since I don't use it and saw a an improvement
    -There is no more Bing Maps, which I was a big fan of, and you have to use Nokia maps instead

    Overall a very awesome phone, and At&t LTE is very fast if you have it in your area.

    UPDATE: Someone mentioned in the comments that if you completely discharge the battery a few times, it will calibrate it and will last much longer. I tried it and now I get about a day and a half of battery life :) Thank you A. Berger!

  • Matt W - Take The Leap And Give It A Try

    About a month ago, I was in the same boat as many who are reading this review. I'd heard about this diet and was instantly skeptical. I was diagnosed with Crohn's disease four years ago and have followed the common path of increasing and adding medications. I was about to start a new medicine that I was told should work pretty well. I was also told that young males, such as myself, have on occasion developed a rare form of lymphoma while taking this medicine. Thanks, but no thanks.

    I was shocked at the amount of glowing reviews the Specific Carbohydrate Diet had received but was still in disbelief that this could actually work. I am four weeks in and have gone from symptoms that were quite debilitating to now being at the point where I at times forget I have a chronic disease. Those with Crohn's know how great a feeling that is or would be for those that haven't experienced it.

    The book, as many have mentioned, is short but to the point. You receive all the information you need to get going. Once you've read the book, there are numerous resources online to use.

    I cannot encourage you enough to give it a shot if you have any gastrointestinal issues. It took me a while, being a naive 20-something, to realize that doctors do not have complete knowledge of every disease and malady the human race faces. Take control of your life and feel empowered that you are healing yourself. Good luck.

  • ACEDETECTIVE - essential reading for the keen mariner

    Since buying this book, I haven't looked back.
    My life has changed hopefully for the better. As a long-term (18yrs) apprentice deck officer with Cunard, I quite often found myself bumping into large ships, and lets face it they're the ones you really need to avoid. I also had warts and haemmeraoids which have since cleared up.

    I cannot thank amazon enough...

  • Margaret Dybala "too many books, too little time" - Rare and wonderful

    I am not sure I can adequately describe just how much I enjoyed this book. The story follows a family of Tamil Brahmins in India from 1896 through the early 1960s, beginning with the marriage at age 10 of Sivakami. We see her through her 10 years of marriage, and then through almost 60 years of orthodox Brahmin widowhood. She rears her own children, and then the children of her daughter, and then many grandchildren. What a remarkable woman! I loved this character. I loved how finely drawn, actually, each and every character was. The novel is so well done that I found myself rejoicing with each child's birth, and weeping with each character's death. I was totally caught up in the sweep of this multigenerational story, and also in the story of the changes that India went through during this time.

    In addition to telling a wonderful story, the author also has the great skill to keep this story going without faltering through 616 pages! This is a fantastic book that has passed onto my list of alltime favorites. I can hardly wait till it is formally released so I can get copies to give as gifts for my friends.

    How much did I like it? I sat down to read it and finished it in one day's obsessive reading. I couldn't put it down. I recommend this book without reservation.