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This book was more useful that the 2016 version though many scholarships are very specific if you aren't of the specific groups listed then won't be as useful/ Decent to start your search but not definititive
My wife bought this and I love it. It keeps a phone, drink and wallet close by and easily accessible. There's a nice zippered pouch in the back for hiding things like a wallet at the park, and it can hold your keys and phone too. Definitely a must have for your stroller.
I finally upgraded after 7 years and am sorely disappointed in the new interface. I primarily use the keyboard to enter transactions into Quicken and Intuit has released a piece of software that I CANNOT believe passed basic user-interface testing. When switching between Quicken and another application and then back, Quicken shifts the focus to god only knows where, but it certainly is not in the field I was in before switching applications. This makes entering a transaction from an email, for example, excruciatingly difficult. All the extra money they must rake in by releasing a "new" version each year and they can't handle something a basic as common user interface rules . . . sad, sad, sad.
This jacket is perfect for hikes and it fits easily in your back pack. Great for unexpected showers while treking through the trails. Very lite weight just leave the zippers under the arms opened for ventilation.
If your idea of a great email package is twitter, or if gmail is all you need, then this review is not for you. But if email correspondence is essential to what you do (as it is for me), and you really do need to save and organize years of important documents and correspondence (as is true for me), you represent a market segment that Microsoft simply hasn't gotten around to serving here yet.
After years of trying everything in order to relieve symptoms of chronic fatigue and depression, I FINALLY FOUND THE ANSWER. And I'd tried everything: diet, exercise, supplements, cleanses, zapping, you name it... What's funny is that for the last few years I've had an unexplainable urge to dig holes in the yard, which I've indulged freely since there's plenty of yard. Apparently, my body needed electrons and by digging holes, I was fulfilling a need that my conscious mind was completely unaware of! I love the premise of the book, that the earth is one big magnet with an infinite supply of free electrons. And because they are free, no pharmaceutical company or other corporate entity can profit from the infinite supply directly below our feet. After sleeping grounded for a couple of weeks now, my fatigue is lessoned, the bags under my eyes are gone, and I don't feel the need to crash on the couch at the end of the day. I'm having the most amazing technicolor dreams again, just like 20 years ago. Thank you, Ober, Sinatra, and Zucker for writing this book!
I read several reviews of the product before buying it and it was totally useless. Read the instructions and mixed the product for the strongest results. Used a garden sprayer and covered it very heavy. Left it on from August 2015 until May 2016 and it did absolutely "nothing". We ended up using TSP, clorox, and water combined in a garden sprayer. Then used a stiff brush with a floor sweeper handle to scrub it off. Did more in one day than this stuff did in over 6 months. Would not buy anything else from this company.