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The 2013 edition of "The Best American Essays" is an excellent addition to this great series.
Others have commented on the essays they enjoyed, and I also have my favorites. However, for me, the importance of this series-- and of this particular edition-- is that it offers proof that the often-heard charge that the essay is dead because readers won't and can't devote time to the form is not true.
This book offers twenty-six world views by skilled observers. Their approaches are varied, but they all demonstrate that they have faith in the ability of readers to appreciate and understand what they are saying. Essays, of course, are personal. However, our humanity is universal, and these essays give us many ways to see it.
We're living in an age of tweets, social networking posts, sound bites, and one-screen "essays" by arm-flapping, bug-eyed, self-promoters. All of the essays in this book are the opposite of all of that; they're thoughtful and thought-provoking.
Read this book. It will richly reward the time and effort it takes. I recommend it most highly.
I'm completely baffled by the negative reviews. I've been using Windows 8 (beginning with Developer's Preview) on my 5 year old laptop and Windows 7 on my significantly more powerful 2 year old desktop over the past 2 years, and Windows 8 has consistently booted faster, performed better, and was more reliable than Windows 7, despite the age and power difference between the two computers.
And I love Windows 7.
The complaints about the UI are senseless and reactionary. If you want to, you can use the OS exactly like Windows 7 99% of the time. In fact, most of the changes that would affect your desktop experience are almost objectively positive: faster boot times, improved UI for the task manager, improved copy/paste dialogue box, more functional UI in the Explorer, overall big performance boost.
The people who claim that this OS has hurt their workflow are either straight-up lying (since again, you can use the OS exactly like W7 99% of the time if you choose to, and even in the Start Menu things like searching are faster and more streamlined), or has used the OS for 5 minutes before rushing to write a negative review without actually learning to use a new product.
As for Metro, I absolutely love it. Granted, I've been using the OS and Windows Phone for a couple of years now, but as someone proficient in design/visual arts, I think that the UI is beautiful, and I think most others knowledgeable in the field (without significant biases against Microsoft) would agree considering how every other company has started moving in the same minimalist direction with similar UI choices over the past couple of years. I think that if most people gave it a chance and actually used it, especially with a touch screen, they would love it as well. Metro apps and the market are obviously still very young, but that will all improve and grow as more people (HOPEFULLY) buy the OS.
Also, for all the complainers out there, Microsoft is releasing Windows Blue (8.1) soon and that will fix or respond to many of the complaints made by seemingly stubborn upgraders, including the re-installment of the Start Button.
Lastly, yes this is an OS designed for tablets/touch screens. Tablets are NOT, however, inherently separate or different from PC's. Tablet is a form factor. The Tablet PC (which is the exact concept that Windows 8 is fulfilling) has been around for over a decade. The tablet only became commercially a peripheral device when Apple said that tablets were "supposed" to be such. As someone who's used a lot of hybrid devices (running both Windows 8 and Android...separately), I can tell you that having a tablet and full PC in the same device is amazing. It's simpler, easier, and the device is just more enjoyable to use than a limited tablet or an archaic laptop.
Anyway, my message would be: ignore the haters, this OS is fantastic. Best one I've used yet of any flavor (Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, etc). Go in without preconceptions and realize that there are some big changes from Windows 7, and that change is not necessarily a bad thing. Once you actually use the OS for a little while (I assume if you buy it, then you would plan to use for more than twenty minutes or one day anyway, so taking some time to adjust/learn the new UI is a minimal & worthwhile time & energy investment) I think that most people will love it, especially on new hybrid devices.
This is nothing like Windows ME or Windows Vista, both of which looked much like their predecessors in terms of UI but performed like s***. This is like Windows 95. It's a big aesthetic shift and the UI is different, but it's an important and necessary change. Plus, the OS is faster, lighter, and better in every practical way from Windows 7.
I did a few things at the same time as I used Cataclean so I can't say all the improvements are entirely from this product. I did noticed the exhaust came out alittle faster and had almost no smell on the next tank. I replaced both pre and post catalytic converter Oxygen (O2) sensors. I had an engine light on for one of them. I would have replaced my catayltic converter but it seemed like more work and ripping apart than I wanted to do. So I found this product and ran it through right before I replaced the O2 sensors. I decided to use this over replacement because of all the great reviews on people that had problems with their catalytic converter that said it fixed their problem. I thought this was a good time to do preventative maintenance. I drive a 99 Mitsubishi Galant ES 4-cyl and I got the replacement O2 sensors from Amazon too.
I received the order earlier than the estimated delivery date, thanks amazon.com. As for the software itself, I love it, been using it for many years, and certainly would recommend it for anyone who wants to save the huge charges by some accountants or other providers for filing for income tax return.