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Maybe some day the code will go back again,but it worth a try for this product.
- Meow - Very IntuitiveThis software works like a dream. I have no idea how but this software works better with my wacom tablet than any other. Been using adobe photoshop since 1999, and for actually drawing, this has it beat. A must for anyone who loves drawing and wants to be able to do digital work.
- Brett Nilsson - Much NeededThis is the second edition of the CWIM I've purchased (the first was 2009). As always, it's an excellent resource filled with descriptive and often cautionary tales of what to do and what not do when writing or illustrating a children's book.
I think this is a must have, especially for those just getting into the field.
- Elenor - Fantastic!Spending days and days at the computer, my back gets quite tired. Gokhale's method -- just from her Authors@Google lecture and this, her great book -- have enabled me to sit better and FEEL better all day every day! I'm practicing stretch lying at night and sleeping well; and her glide walk makes our daily hike so much more comfortable. I'm old, fat, and not fit -- so her stuff has made a huge difference! I wish I could go to California and take her class!
- Rule 62 Ken - Excellent Even-handed Chronicle of Obama v. RomneyReaders who are wishing for an unbiased, non-slanted retelling of the story of the 2012 US Presidential election will find what they wish for in Dan Balz' fair and thorough offering Collision 2012: Obama vs. Romney and the Future of Elections in America. The book is broken into three sections entitled The Pivot, The Republicans and The Choice. Two things are especially delightful about this book: (1) The author gets much of the story straight from the horses' mouths. Most of the candidates for the GOP nomination and many who decided not to run meet with the author for extensive interviews and many of the conclusions that Balz comes to are ones that the subjects of his book do not take issue with. An entire chapter near the end of the book is devoted to a post-election interview that the author has at Mitt Romney's home and it is quite insightful in itself. (2) The author refrains from making political judgements that conclude that any party or candidate is good or bad. He is very respectful of all of the candidates, in the style of a Walter Cronkite or some other iconic plugged-in professional. That's not to suggest that he doesn't make any judgements, quite the contrary. Balz is quick to criticize many of the strategies employed by both campaigns and is fair in his criticism. This is best shown by the fact that the candidates and campaign staff that he interviews do not take exception to any of his characterizations. He is also quick to explain many of the perplexing decisions facing the candidates and their campaigns, giving the reader an understanding of why they did what they did or didn't do.
The section on the race for the Republican nomination is especially interesting. Balz spends a chapter on almost every candidate who was leading the race at one time, and provides a well-reasoned analysis of why each of their campaigns rose and fell. In his interview with Romney he asks many of the tough questions and in doing so, provides an excellent example of how a journalist can ask probing questions, while remaining respectful and objective.
For those of us who were hoping for an even-handed, professional, objective and unbiased history of the 2012 election, but thought such a creature to be mythical, prepare to be pleasantly surprised. This is an excellent book for the political junkie, for historians, and for all who still believe that political differences can be looked at without emotional rancor. It will be hard to top this book to find a better chronicle of the 2012 election.