Cmi-dermato.ro Review:

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  • David VanWormer - Amazing device. The remote headphones jack is an AWESOME feature.

    Things I love:
    The remote with the headphones jack has changed my life. I had no idea this was even a feature, and this was certainly something I didn't know I needed until I had it. When my wife falls asleep, I don't need to stop watching my movie or whatever! Just plug in! Even when I'm home alone, I prefer to use headphones now, so that I can turn the volume up and not wake the neighbors.
    The streaming seems very fast and and the apps/channels are very polished and snappy. I can't stand some of the smart devices out there if the interface or apps are clunky and slow. This is NOT the case here. Feels like an apple product, to be honest.

    Things I don't love:
    The device shows up as a wifi hotspot due to the way the remote connects to it. Not a huge deal, but I had to adjust the channel my home wifi was on due to some slight interference. I wish I could adjust the channel on the Roku instead.
    I stream from a Plex media server. For whatever reason, the Roku has problems with large (1080p) mkv files. I've run wired Ethernet to the device, and still have the same buffering problems. I've also tried every trick in the book as far as forcing different methods of playback (transcoded vs direct, etc). All of my other Plex devices work fine, but just the Roku has trouble with these larger 4-10GB files. This may be a problem in the Plex app, though, so if you don't use Plex, don't let this influence your decision.

    Bottom line: have an AppleTV and a Roku 3 side by side, and I haven't touched my AppleTV since installing this.

  • Beverly Solomon "Creative Director" - Straighten Up!

    As a former model, I have practiced "good posture" but to my surprise, I would have back pain on occasion. 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back is one of the most fascinating books I have ever read on the human anatomy. Esther Gokhale takes you on a highly visual journey around the world that shows people of other cultures doing hard labor. Unlike the west, these people are virtually pain-free with beautiful posture. Despite their status in the world, these people walk, stand and sit like royalty.
    Gokhale teaches us in 8 steps how to correct our body structure through specifically designed exercises. I suggest that you get this book before you experience back pain. And please give this book to anyone who is already suffering with back pain. 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back by Esther Gokhale should be in everyone's library next to the Family Medical Guide.

  • Frank D. - I can not rate this book highly enough!

    Hands down the best career / job hunting / personal development book I've ever read.

    I had been considering a career change for a little over a year, but was still feeling a bit lost on what to transition into and where to go despite lots of soul searching and researching on my own. I picked up this book due to the high recommendations, and it has been an absolutely wonderful source of information and clarity for me.

    The job hunting tips in the first section of the book are brilliant. The author writes in a very tangible way and provides techniques and practices that readers can start using right away. He also pays very specific attention to the present time, and what works right now, and what doesn't work. The job market is dynamic, and he understands that and abridges the book every year with updates information to reflect that. Since reading through the author's job hunter tips in the first section, I've felt like I've had a personal revelation with how I approach jobs and interviews, and I feel so much more confident and effective with my job hunting skills than ever before. (And to be honest, I was pretty confident before).

    The next section of the book contains the infamous "Flower Exercise", an extensive 7 petal (7 exercises) exercise that lets the reader figure out exactly what it is they want to do with their lives, and what they want out of their jobs. Exercises include topics such as "What are my Transferable Skills?", "What is my Preferred Working Environment", to even "What is my Mission in my Life". There's also exercises to determine other aspects as your favorite interests, what kind of salary you need to survive (with a comprehensive budget chart), and the type of people you want to work with. It covers all the aspects of what is the perfect career path or job for you, understanding that aspects such as the work environment and the people you work with are just as important (to complete job happiness) as the job responsibilities and salary! The exercises are not for the faint of heart though, and most exercises are going to require a few hours of your time working on them. One exercise involves writing 7 short stories, then analyzing those stories for clues about your personality, interests, and skills. I think it probably took me around 30 hours to complete all the exercises, maybe even more, but it was definitely worth it in the end. I was able to accurately identify my perfect careers, down to the smallest of details. That is priceless.

    The last sections of the book contain great information on changing careers, starting a business, dealing with handicaps, and other miscellaneous information. Once again, absolutely wonderful information here and it's worth reading even if it doesn't apply to you. There's also some bonus sections at the end that provide even further resources should you need additional help. Through and through, this book is the ONE to get for any professional individual, whether you're looking for a job or not. I had spent tons of time researching job information and soul searching on my own, paid to go to expensive career coaches, and sought advice from friends and family advice, but this book has let me make more progress in the short time it took to read and complete it then the year and a half I spent trying to learn through other methods.

    Save your money, save your time, pick up this book and prepare to be amazed at what you read!

  • C. Addison "C. Addison" - The Best Book on Micheal Jackson Ever Written

    Everything you want to know about Micheal Jackson is in this page turner. It is so
    interesting and so very detail. The price is good too. Although it is 731 pages, it is the best
    book I have ever read on the King of Pop. There are so many shocking things you didn't know about Micheael Jackson and his whole family in this book. I highly recommend this book to everyone who is interested in the life of Michael
    Jackson and his family. You, won't be disappointed with this most informative story. GET IT!!!!! You will read about his mother, father,brothers,and sister's and why he pushed them far and far away from him.