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  • Sarah S. - Educational toy that sings & talks, great gender neutral gift

    Such a cute toy! It plays the Alphabet song, counts to ten, sings Happy Birthday, Old McDonald, The Wheels on the Bus, & more.

  • flafreethinker - Great product! I clean the pool in minutes and ...

    Great product! I clean the pool in minutes and is easy to use. I highly recommend this to anyone that wants to keep their pool clean.

  • George Barnett - Excellent Door Prize

    Your Cleaning Super Hero in Birmingham used this as a Door Prize at my BNI chapter in Trussville after doing my keynote speech. Hardback edition with color pages throughout made for a great gift.

  • Mike - Very good value for money LSAT test prep.

    This a thorough guide to the LSAT and includes online test prep support from the Kaplan site. The key challenge to the LSAT is time as you only have around a minute to answer each question. This means that you have to move from conscious competence to unconscious competence. This is best achieved through practice and being familiar with the test question styles and patterns. While this book is a little shy on the practice papers - there is only one online test offered with this book, in the other parts areas of training it does a very good job offering analysis of over 200 LSAT questions from PrepTests.

  • B. Shashinka - This Scaner is so not worth it

    I got this scanner directly from neat co after seeing one of there ads on TV, Being the nerd that i am i have every piece of paper i generated during my middle, high school and college years sitting in milk crates in the back of a closet, a lot of the information is lab reports from my electronics and computer engineering classes and I wanted to get them imported into my computer so that i could get rid of all the paper but not loose 10 plus years of work in case i ever wanted to review any of that information again. I spent a little over a week scanning all of the information in to the neat OCR software and letting it tag all the meta date from the documents and to be fair it did a decent job. Everything was sorted into folders and I was set to copy all of my newly minted PDFs to my archival disk array only to find out that the files were not stored in PDF form as the software had indicated, and they were not in individual files it was one large database which again in and of it self would not be a huge problem except that the software was so slow to search through the database that it was practically un-usable, I ended up sending the scanner back and spending the next several weekends exporting and sorting the neat database into regular files and folders. overall it did get the job done but in the end it probably would have been faster or taken the same amount of time to scan each side of each page with my old scanner.