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  • C. R. Stone "chadwick" - BLAM! We have veggies!I love this little thing! I have successfully grown veggies in my kitchen and they look great. Except the Cilantro and Dill didn't sprout, so it ain't perfect I guess ... still love it though.

    We plugged it in, placed in the pods, pressed the button for what we were growing and {POOF!} we haven't touched it, other than adding water and the little tablets everyonce and a while.

    Like others mentioned it puts off a lot of light ... almost like a Flood Light in the Kitchen at night. So be careful where you put it at night.
  • M. Scott "SPT" - Windows 8 is the unsung hero for 2013Almost every review fails by proclaiming that Windows 8 is only for touch screens and tablets. This is a result of Microsoft creating an OS that DOES work well and flawlessly on touch screen and tablet devices, but it does not mean that desktop or regular notebook users get left behind.

    If you are on the fence, here are few reasons to ignore any anti-Windows 8 reviews/arguments for desktop/notebook users:

    1) Keyboard Shortcuts - Windows 8 added more keyboard shortcuts and navigation than any previous version of Windows since 1995. Using the new UI portion of the OS, you can literally fully navigate and use 99% of App using only the arrow keys, tab, enter, and the Menu/Windows keys.

    2) Search - Microsoft has brought a new set of search tools to all the new Apps. Just start typing and the search opens and Windows returns local results. However, the beauty is that you can click through your installed Apps and every one will do a full search as well. So if you were looking for anything, you could search Netflix, Hulu, or even Wiki, Maps, IE/Bing all in a couple of seconds. (Current no other computer or phone offers anything close to this functionality.)

    3) Apps - There are a lot of great Windows 8 App that you simply do not have access to on previous versions of Windows. This alone is reason enough to upgrade, even if you just use your notebook for Netflix, as the App is far faster and more elegant than Netflix via the browser.

    4) Performance - There are a lot of low level optimizations and new features like low RAM mode that take even an marginal computer like a P4 with 1Gb of RAM will feel as usable as the latest high end desktop. Microsoft also added in new video rendering technologies, so that even if you don't have a DX9 level GPU, you still get all the visual effects, as it uses a software renderer and composer now. (An Atom based Netbook from 2006 will run faster with Windows 8 than it ever did with Windows XP.)

    5) Microsoft knows where the UI heading and have done a brilliant job of making an OS that can be used on a tablet or a desktop and neither system has to give up functionality. Every user will find themselves using the new Start Screen and Apps more than expected, and miss features when working on an non-Windows 8 system.

    If you have loved ones/friends that are less technical inclined, Windows 8 will make them fare more proficient as the new UI truly does make things easier. Power users will also enjoy the new UI Apps and features, but will find the performance and other features that are seldom discussed like (File History, Account Sync, etc) to be essential.
  • Thomas M. Loarie - Shlaes Resurrects Another Forgotten Man - A Man for Our TimesAmity Shlaes has given us another great book with her just released “Coolidge.” Shlaes entered the national stage in 2008 with her best selling (and must read) “The Forgotten Man” which covered the period between 1927 and 1940 when the United States grappled with the Great Depression. In it, she challenged popular but misplaced beliefs about Hoover, Roosevelt, and the New Deal. Now with “Coolidge,” Shlaes provides a detailed look into the life and policies of another forgotten man, our thirtieth president, President Calvin Coolidge; and challenges today’s popular thinking with an examination of Coolidge's principles of thrift and old-style federalism…which drove a period of extraordinary prosperity and national optimism.

    While I can recall Coolidge’s name...there is very little else I know about him. So, like her last book, Shlaes has resurrected another forgotten man to teach us but this time, about what is going on in Washington today. Coolidge was a fiscal conservative believing that a government that does less, does more. He became a cheerleader for growth pushing the agenda of the automobile industry and aviation. He cut the federal budget and saw the economy and wages grow while tax rates and unemployment fell. He was a quiet man, a man of composure and discipline. He was viewed as weak but Shlaes challenges that perception and shows his uncommon strength.

    The Great Recession of 2007-2009 and “The Forgotten Man” made Shlaes relevant and a frequent guest on national TV as she drew parallels between the 1930s and today. “Coolidge” provides Shlaes with her second act - this book is just as relevant as her first. And readers will not fail in drawing parallels between Coolidge and what President Obama promotes for the welfare of our country today. This is another must read.
  • Matthew Scott Baker - An Excellent Martial-arts Mystery!Don't let the simple title of this film fool you: this is not a simplistic movie, nor does it deal with a scaly creature that breathes fire. In reality, this film is SO much more. Part action flick and part mystery, DRAGON ensnares you from the opening sequence and never lets go. With mind-bending fight scenes and an enthralling enigma, this is one film that you will not want to miss.

    I have to confess that I liked DRAGON more than I was expecting to. Much more, in fact. I figured, after reading the plot synopsis, that I was going to enjoy it, but almost blew me away. The fight scenes are intense and unique, the plot is paced well and unravels the mystery perfectly, and the acting is great as well. You really can't ask for much else.

    Donnie Yen, the actor that portrays the main character, is a phenomenal talent on-screen and I always enjoy his work. In this particular role, we get to see his versatility as an actor; one minute he plays a daft paper-mill worker in the small village, but the next he's playing a cool, calculating assassin. It's truly inspiring to see his ability to shift gears like this.

    DRAGON is shot very well and the action scenes are top-notch. But the story is what really wins the mark. There's plenty of intrigue and emotional drama in this film, but it never bogs down. The pacing is perfect and the answer to the mystery of Liu's background unfolds just as it should.

    I highly recommend giving DRAGON a look. This film has a little something for everyone. If you like martial arts action, you're in for a real treat; Donnie Yen choreographed the fight scenes, so they're filled with adrenaline-fueled mayhem. And you if you enjoy a mystery, there's enough intrigue here to make Sherlock Holmes proud. Do yourself a favor and check this one out for sure.