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A small slow to load over a not good campground wireless connection connection (stop me if you've heard this ...). The instructions that distinguish between 'buy' and 'download' are not quite as intuitive as they might be, but some careful tapping brought up the current problem on my Samsung tablet.
Love my subscription, but now I regret getting the digital copies instead of the printed mag. App signed me out and is asking for credentials I never required before. I'm locked out of my magazines and I'm not satisfied at all. The customer help just plays the blame game.
Please modernize the app. The older version, 8.5.8, allowed for off-line reading of the problems that were "down-loaded" into my library. The newer version, 10.0.6, requires an internet connection for viewing, and it has to "down-load" every problem prior to reading. Would make batter to 4 or 5 stars if the ability to read off-line was added.
Can't my 2016 issues. Also, I want I could move the library of documents I've downloaded to a various location. This application stores problems I have downloaded in the system cache. The cache frequently gets emptied by apps that I used to hold my storage clear of junk. Also I want the application had a find function so I could look for a particular article. And you must have a data or Wireless connection connection to use the application - that makes it useless at some campsites.
We aren't into giant-sized RVs, and want that the magazine more often covered the smaller units, under 19-feet. I also think it would be interesting if they had a few articles on off-road trailer setups. More boondocking / off-grid articles would also create it more interesting. Overlanding is becoming a huge deal, but TL is still beautiful much catering to the huge RV highway user. I probably will not renew my subscription, unless their format changes.
The masthead is peppered with female names. This particular problem (my first look ever) was about the technical side of towing a trailer. They did a amazing job. Clear, concise, to the point. Not overly wordy and it has a no nonsense, common sense attitude to the topic at hand. This is my first problem (Nov. 2018) but I thought it was well done. There are more than a few vehicle magazines that could take some lessons from this publication.
I used to obtain this magazine in the past but allow my subscription run out a few years ago. When I saw Life Extension Magazine: (The ultimate source for fresh health and medical findings from around the world) on Amazon for a reasonable subscription I decided to again subscribe to the magazine. Even though it seemed to take quite a while before my subscription kicked in, I was satisfied to keep this May 2015 problem a few days is problem is packed with practical tip on how to remain healthy. Some of the articles in this problem are: How zinc reduces prostate cancer risk, an overlooked risk factor for atherosclerosis, essential longevity hormone, natural ways to lower LDL and fresh weapon versus excess homocysteine. This problem also has actress Stefanie Powers featured on her approach to healthy is is a slick, high quality and very informative magazine for anyone who is interested in health problems that promote longevity.Rating: 4 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Haiku Moments: How to read, write and have fun haiku).
LE magazine has a ton of amazing info on medical studies on essential nutrients and optimizing health, which our current "Disease Management" based medical system and the FDA shy away from.LE Corp. has fought the FDA and WON, after the FDA raided their offices for making 'Health Claims' for essential vitamins and fats, like Vit K2 and CoQ10, which are important for proper heart function.BUT LE very rarely say what foods, herbs, or teas include the amazing natural intact forms of these different healthy substances. The next page is always an ad for an expensive supplement containing a processed and dried pinch of whatever the article was LE mag. has it's amazing and bad; Kinda like a parent that says "Do as I say, not as I do".So minus 2 stars for making us all Google (which is another crapshoot) where to search decent amounts of these necessary natural nutrients in today's foods. And yes, despite what LE implies, some fruits, veggies, greens, nuts, seeds, and berries still have nutrients.
Perfect research and products, but ridiculous metimes it just doesn't create sense. But usually the issue IS capitalizing THE least necessary words, NOT TO mention italics AND underline AND bold. I imagine online THEY use lots OF **word** items too.Even when it's the IMPORTANT WORDS that are emphasized, it's a PAIN IN THE NECK!Oh well, it used to be much worse. Things just didn't compute, so to speak.Hey Life extension, I'm a amazing copy editor. I work part time, and I don't need benefits!Contact me at Recommend.
If you love Colorado, or the Rocky Mountains, or just nature in general, then this is the magazine for you! First of all, the photography alone is worth every penny of the subscription price. Truly outstanding full color photos throughout the magazine, each and every issue. I've been subscribing for years. Also the articles are well done, covering the history and specific info of places, parks, towns, monuments, by-ways, festivals and more. I like that the magazine captures all parts of Colorado across the span of different various volumes/issues, including the front range, western slope, prairies and mountains. Yes, there are advertisements but they are relevant in that they cover businesses similar to the sight seeing crowd, tourists and activities available. I was lucky enough to be able to almost all of the back problems going back to 2012, such is the beauty of the photography (but they are now all sold out apparently). When our relatives visit from other states and from over-seas, they always leaf through our stash of Colorado Life magazines to pick locations for their next adventure while they're staying with us. I've heard that there is a Utah Life magazine series as well, and may check that out in the future (Utah is also a attractive state).
Allow me begin by letting you know that you can obtain a subscription to this magazine if you create a of any one of their products at their www service And, as long as you create at least one per year, they continue to send you their magazine for free. (You might wish to consider buying their book, "Disease Prevention and Treatment". As I write this, the 5th edition is currently on for $19.99 plus $5.50 for shipping.)This is truly an awesome magazine. Every article has footnotes citing to the medical journal articles from which the info was drawn. Some of the studies cited are laboratory trials done with mice and these should be taken with a grain of salt because a lot of items that works on rats doesn’t work for people. However, the bulk of studies cited are clinical trials with of the truly exceptional things about this magazine is that if you have any questions about an article, or wish extra info about a study that was cited, you can call a Health Advisor at the magazine who will respond your ey also archive all the past problems of the magazine on their website. You can do a keyword find to search past articles about what you are interested in.Okay, it’s time to tell you why I’m so impressed by the quality of the info in this magazine.A couple of years ago, I had a serious heart attack resulting in hurt to my heart. MY heart’s ejection fraction (the percentage of blood that leaves the heart when it pumps) was down to 20. Normal is 55 to 75 and 20 is considered dangerously low. After two years at 20, my cardiologist recommended a pacemaker. However, I had recently read an article in Life Extension about the remarkable results derived from Ubiquinol (a bioavailable form of Co Q10).So, I told my cardiologist that I wanted to wait before getting a pacemaker because I wanted to “work” on the issue first. He asked me what I meant by this and I told him I was going to take Ubiquinol. He scoffed and wished me ter taking 200 mg of Ubiquinol twice a day for 5 months, my heart’s ejection fraction improved from 20 to 42. My cardiologist was blown away and is now a believer.A few months later, I read a few articles about the endothelial benefits (the endothelium is the thin layer of cells that line the arteries) of Pomegranate extract (250 mg), a supplement called Benfotiamine (250 mg) (this is a fat soluable form of vitamin B6), and a twice everyday 500 mg dose of Vitamin C. I had high blood pressure (140 over 102 with medication for two years) but this was not on my mind when I started taking these supplements. After two months, I was surprised to see that my blood pressure was down to 103 over 77. Another remarkable medical result. You can see why I love this magazine and have gone to the problem of writing this ’s real that this magazine sells vitamins and supplements. However, this doesn’t change the fact that the info they provide in their magazine is a valuable service.
I would love to hold this application but I already subscribe for the magazine in paper and paying again a full subscription to have it on my phone (which I search much easier to take everywhere with me) is not really fair. When my subscription is finish I might think about taking this one until then I stick to paper.
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I'm really pleased. It took forever for the first problem to arrive, but the magazine is great! I really like that the stories are technically substantiated. I have a scientific background, and this book is excellent for leisure reading by someone with a science background. If you don't have a science background, and don't care about mechanisms, the biological details, etc... then you might not like it as much. I'm very happy.
The September edition has only partly downloaded on my phone? Some pages are only half a page very few pages are in full and the rest are all blank black pages. And the mobile view isn't downloading at all. Please allow me know when it is fixed :( A lot of thanks Thank you so much for your help, I've archeived and re-downloaded as you suggested and it's working to perfection! Thank you very much! Cant wait to read this month's addition! ♡
A hefty and worthy splurge of the very finest garden porn. Gorgeous photography that allows you to have fun every nuance of light, color, and textures within the gardens. Also well written stories and history of each garden. A book volumous enough to hold a restless gardener sane through a long Fresh England winter. A worthy splurge indeed.
Not just deeply researched and beautifully written, but compulsively readable, and manages to create the life of a personality I never considered as very worthy of consideration, matter to me on a private level. I a lot of books and finish few. I flew through this one and left wanting more. I couldn’t recommend it more highly.
Even if you are a Jann Wenner fan and according to this book, they are few in number, doubtful you wish to read 600 pages about someone who married himself, a female named Jane, who is referred to here as a sweet daughter and pines for him after he leaves her for a man. She seems more interesting, hiring only those she can seduce while his poor judgment pervades his life and loves. Libertine, decadent, indulgent or at the very least impulsive, Wenner says it best, "I will do what I want." Enough said.
I’ve been purchasing these sheets for years and have always been happy. I’m surprised to hear about the paper. If anything I thought the paper was too thick (for decoupage) so I use it for ephemera. Some prints come out better/worse than others. But It’s worth it for me as my printer is wonky and I think it woukd use all of my ink. (I wonder how people print out full color pages!!). I guess I need a fresh printer.
This is a deeply researched book about a flawed, but highly successful entrepreneur. Jann Wenner brought rock and roll to our mailboxes for decades, yet most of us knew small about him. After reading Sticky Fingers there’s not much we don’t know about him. The book is so well written that it’s difficult to place down. If you’re a baby boomer this is a must read. Hagan has captured the essence of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s rock stage and laid it all out in detail for our reading pleasure.
Not very satisfied with the quality. I do like the design but the quality is so inferior this product won't be lasting more than one summer during the Texas hot days. The plastic material is so thin, it feels it might just rip if you pull it too much...FYI!
Love this design, - looks amazing on the back of our rv color is perfect- however, the cover has been tearing do to wear in only under 3 months of use - quite thin, and has already begun to fade. Thicker would be better.
Exactly as pictured. When I took it out of the bag my husband and I created a lot of jokes about how large it was. He thought I didn't measure properly, it was seriously huuuge!!!! I brought it outside to try it and it fit perfectly!! It's exactly what I wanted! After two trips, it has held up nicely. Amazing quality.
This spare tire cover looks better when installed than the picture. thenylon material seems fairly durabie and looks nice.
very well researched, documented and written by historian Larry Berman- I have heard of P.X.A, yet to read the close to intimate accounts of his work during the battle was enlightening. a lot of thanks to Larry Berman to support all of us understand one necessary aspect of any war: Intelligence.
An awesome story that proves the adage "Truth is stranger than fiction".Well researched and gives a totally fresh view of the battle in Vietnam....reads like a thriller....actually is a thriller!
PERFECT SPY; The Wonderful Double Life of PHAM XUAN AN by Larry Berman is a superb in depth biographical study of a very special and rather unusual individual. This is the awesome story of a Vietnamese Communist Agent who worked for Time Magazine as a star reporter during the Vietnam War. Pham An was North Vietnams respond to Russia's Richard Sorge, Kim Philby, and just about anyone else in the "Who's Who" of the Intelligence fact, it appears that AN was probably Vietnam's deepest imbed spy of the entire war. An was recruited in the 50's shortly after the French expulsion (defeat at Dien Ben Phu), and then... as a Communist agent was sent abroad to California to study the American culture; it's language, it's people, and...it's political course into the future of rman argues that although "An" was a top spy versus the Americans (Agent X-6), he also genuinely liked Americans, and on two or three occasions proved this by saving some of them ( reporters), from certain death through secret communications with his is is a very amazing book, and Berman should be applauded for his writing style, and for tackling such a controversial topic and complex individual as Pham Xuan a Vietnam veteran myself, I had some issues and hurdles to master before I could read this book without injecting my own prejudices into the mix. Once I was able to look at this story more objectively it opened up a amazing panorama of reading enjoyment.A book you should not miss...."no matter which side you believed in."
Fascinating and eye opening.I read it at the same time I was watching the perfect documentary Vietnam...The facts laid out in the book were paralleled by the documentary.
Who would have known. I was surprised by the subterfuge of the NVA/VC spy network. When I was there, we knew enough not to tell the locals anything, and yet they knew...
Yes, very amazing book. Gave me some ore insight in the very complicated situation there during the "American War". (I was there as a volunteer for 2 years). Never quite understood why things happened when they happened at that time.
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The application squad have been in constant contact with me regarding some of the mentioned problems, and they've managed to fix everything. They've published an modernize and now the application now works as it's supposed to - it gives you access to all your favourite hacking magazines!