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Todd's newest book grabbed my attention from the first chapter. "...what we both know and fear to be true: we have only a certain amount of time available to us, and how we choose to spend our days is significant." Personally, for many years I was "busy being successful", or what I believed success to be. Oops!
Die Empty lays out a roadmap to true "life success". No one wants to end having had a mediocre life, but for many it just happens. Todd challenges the reader to take a different course, to get "engaged" not only in their work but in their life.
After reading all the engadget and CNET reviews, I came to purchase this tablet. I'm super happy that I did. It's fast, well made and the screen is awesome. Check the specs compared to a lot of other Android tablets our there; this one pretty much stands alone. I considered the Motorola Xoom, the Samsung Galaxy 10.1" and their successors. They didn't really do it for me and from a technology standpoint, they're behind the curve.
One downside is that, not being an iPad, the market for accessories is pretty slim. You could get a case made for it on Etsy or, what I did, buy an Incase 10.2" Netbook neoprene case. If fits just fine and I'm pretty sure I can get the keyboard dock in there, too (that's an assumption, I don't have that dock yet).
I bought my tablet straight from Amazon. Even though it says that it'll take up to 5 weeks, I got mine in 2.
Bought this for my daughter as she HAD halitosis was very noticeable. I'd never heard of tonsil stones before, as I don't have tonsils, but she did and they were there. A few treatments with this and they were gone and so was her halitosis. I used it as well and it worked well for keeping my breath fresh throughout the day. This will be on our regular shopping list from now on.
Each year Dick Bolles comes out with a new edition of his seminal book "What Color is Your Parachute." Each year I buy it. WCIYP is one of those books you NEED to have on your bookshelf whether you already have a job or whether you are in the thick of a career transition or whether you are just starting out from college. There have been many clones of Bolles's book, but none have the rich depth of building upon that original title the way Dick has. His philosophy on career investigation, the method of motivating yourself, and the tips, techniques, and tools are invaluable. As long as a new version comes out each year, he'll sell at least one book,,,to me.
I recently purchased this for my son as an adorable addition to his set of the matching monkey backpack and lunchie (lunch bag) from the same line. I already love those two items and am initially impressed with this item as well. The luggage is appropriately sized for a child and it makes it fun for him to use when traveling. The wheels are easy to roll forwards or backwards and the item seems to be well-made for the price, as is typical for other Skip Hop items I've owned. The smaller front pocket has a divider that helps with organization and the cup/bottle holder on the side is a kid-friendly addition. Keep in mind that you can't have it filled with any liquids when going through an airport security line, though.
The big interior pocket of the bag is roomy enough to pack enough clothing for a child for a weekend trip. The parent strap makes it so you can easily sling the bag over a shoulder if the child gets tired of pushing/pulling it, but a more thoughtful detail would have been to include 2 straps so it could be carried as a backpack. I also think that the zipper pull details are a cute touch (bananas for the monkey bag. Other designs have design coordinating pulls as well.) Note that the pulls for the large compartment can get a little dirty and drag on the ground if they are zipped all the way down to the bottom corner of the bag. To avoid this, just make sure they are adjusted to be somewhere else when zipping the bag shut.
The bag is very lightweight on its own. It also has a detail that's not pictured on the stock photos here on Amazon: there's a little tab on the center of the back of the bag to tuck the parent strap away when not in use. This keeps it from swinging around and getting in the way.
I'll update my review in a few months after I've used the bag a bit more, but I'm glad I made the purchase for now.