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  • samenjoe - Useful, though a little disappointing

    The Fiske guide is not a bad place to browse colleges, but inaccuracies in those places we happen to know makes one wonder if descriptions of places we don't know are also inaccurate. One example: the entry on UCSB does not mention the recent surge in Nobel prize winning faculty (or other prestigious awards), barely mentions the very original and selective College of Creative Studies ("the Graduate school for Undergrads", especially excellent in Physics), and appears to simply have reprinted old descriptions of the school as the surf-and-party school on the beach. That may well have been true 15 or 20 years ago but things have changed a lot since then. Generally speaking, the recent sea changes in the entire UC system (mostly bad trends due to state defunding) are not adequately addressed.

  • Mr Terry - Subscription Required for Advance Features and Parental Guidence for 16 and Under

    There should be better security for this game. It links with other player with all ages for online player dance offs. Although, I do not see the option of users to chat with other users it still requires parental supervision when grade school to middle school children play this game if it is connected to the web. Also some of the advance features to get a recent list of songs requires a subscription. Though the subscition is not that expensive it was not mention prior to purchase.

  • Kimberly Troutman - One step up in the VR world

    My teenage daughter and her friends are absolutely loving this VR Headset. We have had some in the past that were a bit flimsy and didn't really stand the test of time, but this is a great sturdy set that has stood up to multiple teenage hands. Like I said we have had a VR set before, but it didn't last. So, when I saw an offer to try this one at a discount in exchange for a review of its performance, I decided to give it another try. Boy, am I glad that I did. This set is so cool and really takes you away. The cushioned lining around your face blocks out the outside world completely and lets you get immersed in the VR world. I am really pleased with this purchase and give it two thumbs up. It was worth every penny.