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Commented on own review

Aug 05, 2009 12:16 PM

AS ALWAYS GREAT FOOD ,GREAT SERVICE,LET THEM ROCK. GOOD LUCK...KEEP IT UP !!!

Reviewed Stone Water Grill - Koregaon Park - Pune

Aug 05, 2009 12:12 PM 3172 Views

This is an awesome place in india i have evr seen.Great food, good selection of wines, topped with outstanding service.They need to keep more choice of vegetarian .Please maintain the standerd of service ..Keep rocking guys I had visit that place atleast 10 times i always get great food and g...Read more

Commented on shahu's review

Jul 22, 2001 08:13 AM

Nice review, but I would have liked to see a line or two about each of the 10 books and why it made you list. BTW, To Sir With Love is one of my favorite books and I was very happy to see it on your list.

Reviewed Gods Themselves, The - Isaac Asimov

Jul 22, 2001 07:31 AM 7674 Views

Published in 1972 during the energy crisis in the United States, Isaac Asimov's The Gods Themselves offers up a solution - an unlimited energy source with no pollution. But a few scientists aren't sure that it really is a safe source of energy. The first part of the book delves into how the Elec...Read more

Commented on own review

Jul 13, 2001 10:01 PM

Well, I told you that there is a tomboy FBI agent who must be a beauty pageant contestant, that the movie is funny, and that it is fairly well acted. I personally think more would ruin it since it is a gimmick driven movie. But of course you are entitled to your opinion.

Commented on abababbey's review

Jul 13, 2001 09:45 PM

I really enjoyed this movie. Nice to see such a nice review of it.

Reviewed Miss Congeniality Movie

Jul 13, 2001 09:27 PM 2939 Views

I love movies, but I don't currently live near a movie theater so I rarely go anymore. Rather I wait for DVDs and evaluate which movies I want to see enough to buy, or, if I'm lucky, I catch them on television. A few months ago I was shipped to Columbus, Ohio for a week for work. There was a ...Read more

Followed ptmomsue

Jul 07, 2001 04:52 AM

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Reviewed E-Books Vs. Paper Books

Jul 07, 2001 04:49 AM 4718 Views

All of my life I've been a voracious reader. It wasn't at all uncommon for me to read 12-15 books in one day when I was younger. Then my eyesight started getting worse, and reading became more of a hardship. I read less, I read slower, and I often read my way to a headache. Several years ago ...Read more

Followed Venchasa

Jul 06, 2001 07:44 PM

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Commented on own review

Jul 05, 2001 09:33 AM

I'll do my best to keep them coming, and I'll definitely see which other books you consider the best of the best.

Reviewed Count of Monte Cristo, The - Alexandre Dumas

Jul 05, 2001 02:04 AM 8124 Views

The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas is quite simply one of the best books ever written. At once a swashbuckler and a romance, an adventure and a contemplative book, The Count of Monte Cristo truly does have it all. A sailor is about to marry his ladylove when he is wrongfully accused...Read more

Reviewed Palm m505

Jun 22, 2001 06:10 PM 3878 Views

The Palm m505 is an attempt to meld all that is good about the Palm V and all that is good about the Palm IIIc whilst leaving out some of the bad of each. In that, Palm acheived moderate success. However, unlike many who praise the m505 as the second coming and the device that is going to save P...Read more

Reviewed Pit and the Pendulum, The - Edgar Allan Poe

May 04, 2001 09:12 PM 11168 Views

Edgar Allan Poe is a poet. Whether writing poems, horror stories, or mysteries, his words hum and flow in magical ways. Nowhere is this more apparent than in his short story The Pit and the Pendulum. The Pit and the Pendulum is quite simply the scariest story ever written. Period. I've never ...Read more

Reviewed TRG Pro

Apr 18, 2001 04:04 AM 2631 Views

The TRGPro is the best Palm on the market right now. Even with the advent of newer models, my money is still on the TRGPro. Why? Two reasons: 1) It has exceptional sound capabilities. Unlike other Palm OS devices, you can actually hear the TRGPro. In another room. Through closed doors (really...Read more

Reviewed MusicMatch Jukebox

Apr 16, 2001 11:36 PM 4988 Views

MusicMatch Jukebox is a popular free MP3 encoder and player for both Mac and Windows. I used it on my G4 and it wasn't a pleasant experience. First, I should say that I don't care about skins or visual displays while I am listening to music. I want a simple ripper and player that gets CD info...Read more

Commented on own review

Apr 10, 2001 05:23 PM

Older versions were Windows-dependent. For once they listened to their customers. Wow.

Commented on own review

Apr 10, 2001 07:33 AM

I hope your experience with it is as pleasant as mine was.

Reviewed Microsoft Visual Source Safe

Apr 10, 2001 04:44 AM 5381 Views

I am a technical writer by trade. There is a misconception that version control is meant to just manage code, but I firmly believe that version control is important for any source documents be they source code or source for books. At my last job I was able to convince my coworkers of the impo...Read more

Reviewed Charlotte's Web - E.B White

Apr 09, 2001 03:33 AM 4513 Views

For people who grow up on farms, the killing of animals for profit or food is normal, commonplace, expected. For the rest of us, it is hard to deal with the reality of eating an animal we've met, petted, and perhaps even named. This may make us hypocritical but it is true. For many people thi...Read more

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