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There is so small info here that justifies paying anything for this app. All the info in the application is available for from the Maine inland fisheries and wildlife (IFW) site. Couple bucks wasted for no depth maps and some generic fishing information for anyone that has never place a worm on a hook. First application I ever for where I actually wanted my back after I bought it.
It seems that evenever I tap something, the apo just refreshes. If I tap it again, it usually takes me to something else. I'm also kind of disappointed with the fact that instead of it being right in the app, everything is opened in a pdf viewer, which makes load times several times slower than the 2011 app.
Only took me 10 mins to search a problem. I can't scroll to pink 12, the paramedic level of pediatric respiratory distress with wheezing. Not sure what else is wrong. So much easier to turn a page. And: trying to access pain management in trauma crashes the application completely. Modernize 1/11/17: I've been using it a while. Still has some minor quirks, and occasional random crashes that it recovers from quickly. Still prefer the books.
Tim Wolf went method above and beyond helping problem shoot my Galaxy S4 'back button' crash issue, which ended up being an Android device problem rather than an application issue. He even went out and bought an S4 phone to support figure it out! Thanks Tim, the protocol application works perfectly now!
Have subscribed to Maine Magazine since 2014 after I visited Maine in Fall 2013 & pick up copies at hotels we stayed at. It keeps me in touch with this attractive state that I love & miss when I can't be there (while I tolerate living in Florida!). Filled with interesting articles & attractive photos.
Application opens but if you on a section it demands a helper application which then crashes saying the file is corrupt and cannot be opened. This occurs if you for Adobe to begin the doc or for kindle to do it. So far it looks like a better move just to begin straight from kindle as a pdf.
Sorely lacking. Our fresh protocols took result on 1/8/18. The application is STILL not updated. This protocol modernize was well publicized. Providers knew about the updates for at least 2 months before they took effect. Who dropped the ball with the app? Update: uninstalled the application and reinstalled to modernize to the fresh protocols. NOW IT CRASHES EVERY TIME. COMPLETELY USELESS.
Tried to use the pain management protocol and it shut the application down. That's a BIG problem that needs to be fixed. I'll change my review after the bugs are fixed. Obviously the maker of the application didn't go through it all to create sure everything works. Any body else had issues?. Modernize 7/15/15. Problems fixed. Worked beautiful good.
Will not work after being downloaded. Uninstalled and reinstalled, still wont work. Got notice saying "There was a issue loading the app's configuration data. See the Output Console in your developement tool. (Eclipse, Android device Studio, etc)(2). Then I just obtain a blank black screen I just did as you said and I am still getting the same error notice followed by blank black screen
Hold getting msg: Read-only document. To modify this document save a copy on your device. The document will be available to other applications on this device. Save View Read-only. --- I end up have numerous PDF documents (of the save info) on my phone. It will do the same thing when selecting the same protocol. CB
Tangible Spirits is not your typical ghost story. Or even your atypical ghost story. It is a story about greed, love, and an entire town’s willingness to believe in the chance of life after death. For this reader, that’s all it took for this story to completely draw me face value, that may not seem like a amazing recipe for a ghost story, or any story for that matter. But that’s where the magic comes in! The method Becki Willis intertwined greed, love and belief created for a very, very compelling story!**The Setting of Tangible Spirits**This story takes put almost entirely in show day Jerome, Arizona. Not only does this city actually exist, but it is heralded as a ghost town! I’m always fascinated when an author can so keenly craft fact with fiction, as Becki Willis did in Jerome, Arizona. Her descriptions of the city are quite vivid. For instance, one of the key landmarks in the story is a dilapidated building in the center of town. I cannot imagine a building in this condition being simple to describe, yet Willis provided an imaginary view so realistic that I could clearly see the necessary parts in my mind’s eye.**The Determined Protagonist**I think all the key traits of a amazing protagonist can be found in reporter Gera Stapleton. She is confident and extremely determined. As an outsider only visiting the town, she is clearly at a disadvantage from the antagonist(s) when it comes to navigating the dangerous, sloping switchback streets or knowing who to with any really amazing story, things are never as they seem. Gera did not wish this assignment - writing about a helpful ghost, of all things! But when she arrives in city mere hours after a murder, her interest is piqued. When she learns the most likely suspect is the ghost, which she does not believe exists, she puts herself on a mission to obtain to the true truth behind the killing.**Technically Speaking**I’ll admit that as I neared the end, I began to read more quickly. But in the entire novel, I found only a single SPAG issue. Kudos to Becki and her editing team!The hero arcs are clever, but the pacing is insane! (In a amazing way.) Seldom do I read a story where I have to war my eyes trying to skip ahead to see who done it! Yes, this occurred at the climax, but it was just so thrilling! By the time the climactic chapter ended, I felt like I was out of for the question that all would-be readers wish to know: is there really a ghost in Jerome, Arizona? Hmm…. I can’t remember. I guess you’ll just have to read it for yourself.
I started this book late in the night, wrong move. Once I started I could not place it down. Here I sit at 6 a.m. having just finished it. This book is a mix of paranormal, romance, murder and mayhem. Gera is the main hero and you can totally relate to her. The storyline, assuming you believe in ghosts, is believable in a lot of ways. I think the book is suitable from ages 18 on up. This is my first time reading this author, and Inwill definitely be in the lookout for more of her stories. Enjoy!
At one time I absolutely adored this magazine. It contained articles that appealed to the wine geek in me. Not like Wine Spectator and their frequent score dropping. In an problem of Wine Spectator I was very interested about their article on the Russian River Valley and sorely disappointed that 50% of the article was in mentioning how amazing X winery was for making a 90 point this and a 91 point that. So I often turned to the awesome writing in W&S years past the articles were more numerous, the content much more creative and appealing. Now it seems they have run out of ideas. Instead it seems the magazine is becoming more like the Wine Spectator. Year after year it seems certain problems rehash stories from previous years, just with newer writing. I used to have fun the stories of Rias Baixas, Sherry grown on the different soils, strange SW French wines like Iroulegy (sp?) and Gaillac. An article about grower champagne. Mendocino county wineries. The list goes on and on. But it seems in the interest of attracting subscribers they have gone more to the mainstream (this problem of Napa Cab and this problem of Bordeaux). Granted these are central to the globe of wine, but it seems less zone is being given to the interesting articles of up and coming wine regions. They still do contain some interesting stories (hence the 3 star review), but as the magazine shrinks, so does the content. And the percentage of ads is about the e reason I have a tough time recommending this magazine is that in the latest 10 years or so (I began subscribing in the early to mid 2000s) I have noticed the number of pages decrease while the jumps. It doesn't create much sense. A lot of other magazines are lowering subscription rates to increase readership and attract more profitable advertisers. I currently subscribe to a half dozen or so magazines, all were under $20 per year for at least 10 problems (Beer Advocate, Nat'l Geographic, Smithsonian, Yoga Journal, Runners World, and an inexplicable subscription to Outside magazine that has been coming for over 4 years... without my ever renewing...). I message that these magazines have continued to provide powerful articles while maintaining their reasonable subscription even in these tough times for if the ever drops to less than $20, I would recommend this magazine. But with the $29 for 8 issues, and the lessened content, I search it hard to recommend. Go with Decanter magazine instead. It is the current leader for real wine lovers who don't dwell on scores, but it IS $55 per year (12 issues). A lot of of their articles are written by Masters of Wine and Master Sommeliers. Though it does have a more Eurocentric outlook (not necessarily a poor thing!). If you love buying wines based on the 100 point scale and have fun very fast and easy articles, or for collecting and investing, then the Wine Spectator is a amazing magazine ($50 for 15 issues). The magazines I mentioned are more expensive, but well worth the content. And I would probably avoid Wine Enthusiast magazine.
Always had the love of Latin melody in my soul, remember listening to Cal Tjader in high school, exciting and various nothing like I had ever heard before, this melody had me nce coming to Concord in 1982, Sanchez has recorded over 20 or more albums, appeared on scores of others, always bringing quality and his distinctive style to each session...this recent release is no exception, top notch composers, arrangers and musicians create this an exciting record date to remember, pick this one up, sit back with a smile on your face...as you listen and experience all the energy that illuminates from this might test other Poncho Sanchez release, all worthy of a amazing listen ~ "Soul Of The Conga" (CCD-4894-2)..."Latin Soul" (CCD-4863-2)..."Afro-Cuban Fantasy" (CCD-4847-2)..."Conga Blue" (CCD-4726)....P>Total Time: 62:31 on 11 Tracks ~ Concord Picante CCD-4981-2 ~ (2001)