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  • Steven Portera "steve-sr" - Where are The Bathrooms?After years of travelling on business trips, going shopping to the mall, grocery shopping or just taking a trip to nowhere, my first question was "where are the bathrooms? I have suffered many years with the bloating, gas, blood, intestinal pain and diarrhea followed by weight loss. Also how many sleepless nights can one take because of the constant intestinal rumblings? This book has been a lifesaver for me. It is not an easy diet to follow but you must be persistent. Elaine's book helped me to the point where I'm no longer on medication and I am no longer looking for the bathroom when traveling!
  • Alan McGaughey - love the heck out of my new asus t prime!!!Been waiting for months to find one of these. I lucked out and found one locally. I read all the hype, and was looking for a mind blowing piece of hardware. Well, the Prime is everything I hoped it would be, and more. I'm a tech nerd so I'm hard o please. And I am very pleased.

    The tegra 3 processor is a winner! Extremely fast. This machine is not really a quad core... IT'S A FIVE C0RE!! Four performance cores and companion core which takes care of a lot of the system overhead.

    The display is super crisp and clear, displaying stunning, extremely smooth and fast graphics. Water physics is unbelievably lifelike on the Prime.

    Super thin and very light.
    Yes, it has one External speaker, but the sound is very good and if I want louder, I use earplugs.

    Plenty of apps, games are wonderful on this beast. I also installed Ice Cream Sandwich with no probs.

    I have had no problems with GPS or wifi. Everything worked perfect right out of the box.

    I also downloaded an app which let me tether the tablet to my Samsung charge so I have internet access anywhere I need it.

    ASUS has been of of my favorite tech companies for many years, and they hit a major home run with the Transformer Prime.
  • X. Yao - Nice medium-size plannerI own a pocket daily in black, which works pretty well. The size is really nice & small (though thicker), but I wanted to be able to see the entire week on the same page and love the red color, so I decided to get this planner. I don't know what to do with my old planner though; it's still in perfect condition & I feel bad just putting it aside. Any suggestions? I don't journal, I guess I can start?

    Now to the review. This is definitely a well-constructed planner, as I have come to expect from Moleskine. I wouldn't be too rough in handling it, but it should withstand extended use like my old pocket daily. I could foresee that compared to the black version, this one could get dirty more easily, but we'll see.

    The color is definitely really bright and leans a bit towards orange, but I actually like it better, and I bought it knowing this is the color I want. Size-wise, it's a bit longer than I would like, but I guess you get to write more. The weight is all right, but it could get heavy if you already have a lot to carry. Get the 12-mo. one if you want something lighter.

    The planner itself is travel-oriented, and gives you pages in the beginning to do travel planning. It also provides time zones, flight durations, and dialing codes. It could be useful for some people, but is useless for me. I'm so tempted to rip these pages out, but am afraid it's going to mess up the seam and make it look ugly (I have ripped out some pages from my pocket daily planner before without any problem, though). It also contains some unit & size conversions, which could come in handy. Because this is an academic year calendar, there are two timetables (but it really should have three since the planner last three semesters...). It also has some blank pages at the end for note-taking, and a separate, thin, tabbed note "booklet." Stickers are provided, but you can do your own labeling.

    One thing to note, the 2013 planners don't have the grid calendars anymore. To me, this is REALLY inconvenient since I am so used to the regular calendar, but I think I'll get used to it. Or you can "hack" it and insert your own calendars. Also, since this is a European product, the week starts on a Monday, not Sunday, reconsider if this is something you really care about.

    Overall, this is a pretty nice product, I bought when it was selling for $13, so the price is not TOO bad, but the list price is a bit expensive (though I did spend $17 for my pocket daily), at least for my poor student's budget. I do think you get what you pay for though. It is much nicer than the regular school planners, and I am much more likely to use the planner since I like it a lot, so productivity-wise, it may also be worth the money.