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  • Michael L. Knapp - I trust Roxio

    When I got my first computer many years ago it came loaded with a version of Roxio. I was amazed at how easy it was to get professional results with little computer background. As time has passed I know I can trust Roxio to put out an easy to understand product that gives great results. I was not let down by the current release Roxio Creator 2011. Every version update takes what was best with previous versions & refines it. With this version the first thing you notice from a previous version is that you are already familiar with how it works. Only now it does it even better than before. At firs it seemed that the 3D was just a gimmick. My wife & I run a preschool/daycare and the 3D treatment of pictures has completely captivated the children. We went on a field trip recently & the pictures of the trip with the treatment just jumped out at them. Impressed the heck out of the parents as well! As far as other media goes, it does an exemplary job of helping you to assemble personalized music CD's. It's many editing capabilities assure you of professional sounding results every time whether it's a mix disc for your car or mastering a home studio recording to make it broadcast ready, it does it all. I've only used the video editing one time to assemble various live videos of my band into a single watchable presentation. It didn't let me down. People who have seen it remarked on the professionalism of the appearance of the disc. All in all I can truthfully say that Roxio has come through again with their most recent update. Keep up the good work - you have earned my lifetime support for your products.

  • Chad Gibbs "ChadO" - A contraian view, always online doesn't bother me

    I am always online. In fact, I don't have cable television, I have cable high-speed internet. I do pay for a speed bump, however. Our phones, laptops, desktop and tablets all connect thru wi-fi. I've set it up this way.

    There are some publishers that won't get my money again. EA, however much I disagree with their business model, will begrudgingly get mine this time. So after plopping down my 60 hard earned dollars, I can begrudgingly say; I am entertained.

    More than entertained, I am enjoying myself. If you, like me, ever wanted to build additions to a building, then you will like this game. If you, like me, like the idea of building, tearing down and building up bigger and better, then you will like this game. Zone density is no longer defined by the zone, but by the street. You want a small two lane side street? You've got it. Oh, you want it to curve with the contours of the map? You've got it. A major downfall here is that I don't know how much bigger a 4 lane or 6 lane street will make my buildings. Thankfully, if I choose to destroy them and if they're a zoned building, it doesn't cost me anything but tax revenue. The zones are free to lay down.

    You do have lots of guides to help you on your way creating and managing your SimCity metropolis. You can click on the standard "bubble". You can see that you are in need by the yellow-red color cycle on items. There are plenty of "missions", all having a reward, some immediate, some long-term.
    How-about the fact that you get real-time feedback by the populace that they like what you are doing? Drop a park and bam, here comes the bump up in smiley faces. Want your Sims to rest easy in case there's a fire? Drop a fire station close by, then add a garage or two. Don't forget to put the bell on top so they respond faster!

    Ultimately, you are there to build and grow your city. Do you like the idea of upgrading your buildings, the services, and education? You can upgrade almost everything in SimCity. Take for instance your fire and police units. You will be able to add trucks, add patrols and even add jails. At the school you can add wings, make sure there are bus stops to pick up the students, and then you can even add a high school or university. There are several levels of development to each entity and each one is unlocked as you progress through them. You will even have to upgrade one entity before you can update another.

    Some players are not happy that the area is much smaller than in previous Sim City's. I can appreciate that, however when you start playing this one, you will understand that the development is not expansive horizontally, but vertically. It is all about density on this one, and your sims are as susceptible to smells, pollution and dirtiness as before. Just like before, you have to mind where you put your industry. However, now the wind direction affects the other zones. The level of management required basically says that you can only manage a smaller area, because the game is that complex.

    How about running multiple cities in a region? Yea, it does that too. Natural resources, city specialties and other strengths will have you making peace with your neighbors and developing business ventures with them. Or you can be the mayor of multiple towns. There are multiple options to play, and I firmly believe that at least part of the game is saved intermittently on your own PC. Yes, on this release I have had issues with server updates and server connections.

    However, it is the dynamic style that makes this game so entertaining. The automatic update system from Origin (ughh) is not that bad. The game launched easily, although It did want to send me through the tutorial several times. I think this has been fixed recently though.

    This game is dynamic, and pushes the envelope. Like all new releases, it has its bugs. It does take away from the gameplay, but not the fun. And ultimately, it's not enough to keep me from thinking about what my next 36 steps are that I have to make when I am not playing.

  • Wayfinder - Totally fraudulent reviews

    After reading these reviews I was very excited as I placed my order. But after three weeks of wearing this shirt, I still cannot fly, have no mystical power over women and my muscles didn't grow at all.

    I am starting to think most of these reviews are bogus and posted as some kind of joke. But just to make sure, I'm going to wear it one more week without washing it and see if it attracts women as claimed.

  • A. Rabkin - most interesting book on economics I've ever read

    A clever and thought-provoking history the Soviet effort to build a planned economy in the late 1950s and early 1960s, using the tools of cybernetics and mathematical optimization. It didn't work, and probably couldn't have worked, but it's fascinating to think about why.

    The book is structured as a set of fictionalized vignettes, with extensive footnotes specifying what's real, what's fictionalized, and what's conjecture. My only hesitation is that, as the author admits, he does not speak Russian and is relying on secondary sources and interviews for most of his details.