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A amazing idea but until this application has a larger audience and participation from vendors its basic. I work in a major central California metro zone and this application doesn't present a single meal truck even though I've rode past 3. Edit after developers asked me to...I haven't had a possibility to use the application because it doesn't yet service my area. The application apparently doesn't service a lot of locations but the developers need to present it does to obtain funding. It's a amazing idea but...it doesn't work yet .
If your head is in the romantic Paris/France of the life-style bloggers, this book probably isn't for you. However if you are curious about why people do what they do, this is the book for you. Olivier Magny cuts directly to the chase, especially on the topics of education and immigration. It is oddly comforting to see that France is flushing itself down the same toilet that America is belongs in your library beside "1000 Years of Annoying the French" (Stephen Clarke) and "Sixty Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong" (Nadeau & Barlow).
I thought I knew what to expect with "WTF?! What the French", since I had read Olivier Magny's previous book, "Stuff Parisians Like." That book was taken from his blog, which explains the quirks, fads, preferences, habits, and attitudes of Parisians. Magny described how Parisians cross busy streets, that they love cherry tomatoes, how they judge each other by their license plates, and so on. It was fun and superficial, bite-sized chunks of amusing commentary from a Parisian who realizes that a lot of of us, while in love with Paris, are often completely baffled by it."WTF" started out in this vein, discussing French dancing, the a lot of uses of the phrase "ca va," the rules of snacking between meals. Then suddenly there's an essay about the overwhelming leftism of French teachers and professors. A small later, a chapter on the disappearance of national borders and the loss of sovereignty in France. Globalization and political correctness, excessive taxation on little businesses (the author owns a wine bar in Paris), high crime rates and lax judges, all rate a fast gny's take on even the less necessary topics starts to take on a crotchety tone. Middle aged women wear unflattering haircuts, he says. Men in France are too effeminate. Young people can't spell properly. You can't even obtain a decent hot breakfast in first I found this grumpy attitude off-putting, but then became intrigued. Magny is not an old man at all, he's in his early thirties. I followed up on his footnotes and sources and reading suggestions. He seems to have what might be a libertarian view if he were in the U.S., and rejects the mainstream parties completely. Is he an outlier or is he representative of what a lot of young people throughout the West are thinking? I suspect the latter. "WTF" wasn't at all what I expected, and I imagine a lot of people will be misled by the marketing for the book, which implies that it is a lighthearted follow-up to Items Parisians Like. It is a various book entirely, and I spent more time with it and thought more about it than I expected to.(Thanks to NetGalley and Berkley Publishing for a digital review copy.)
Unable to switch back I think the application is cool. After I got the hang of it I found it very simple and a lot faster. The only issue is once I switched to Desktop and updated My Bills I am unable to switch back to app. Help! That's why 4 stars otherwise a 5 star app.
I made an acc with my email and a nickname. I entered all the information on my bill and location, then hit done. The application crashes, logs me out of my account. No issue right? Well I was never prompted to make a password for my account. So my only option was Forgot password, which is also another broken feature that crashes the app. Wow!
I wanted to love this app, but it crashes far more often than it works. Whenever I enter information, it kicks me back to the home page without saving anything I have already entered. When I test to re-enter the bill, the application doesn't answer and I have to close it and re-open it and begin over. As inconvenient as the www service is, it is far better than this app.
Never see where your bill goes You can only see records of the bills you enter for 30 days... then its gone. So you can't really track where your bill goes and defeats the purpose of the app. Only cool thing is when you enter one you search and see where its been before. But of course the latest people to enter it will never know you found it
It's an ok app. I bought the application because you could take a picture of the "serial code" on the bill. I thought it would save time. Not really. I still have to create sure the picture captured the number right and it doesn't seem to recognize the difference between a "C" and a "G". And you still have to enter the data for what bill denomination and what year it is from. So it doesn't really save much if any time, in my point of view. Don't think it is worth the $0.99. If it was free, yes it would be worth it.
Amazing Application I love this app! I travel for work and this application allows me to continue to track my bills, even when I'm not at home on my PC. It is well laid out and simple to navigate. It allows you to both enter fresh bills from anywhere and see your most latest bills entered and most latest hits. It delivers exactly as advertised.
This application has come a long method and is very useful. The OCR (take a picture) way of entering bills works really well most of the time. The other (dial or tumbler) option to enter a bill is brutal to use. That option should be reworked or removed. Well done and thank you!
Can't log in I purchased it and was excited to be entering data on the fly, but I have never been able to log in. Sent a support request email and have never heard back. I don't obtain an error, it merely does nothing after I enter my info and the login button. :(
Helps immensely with entering bills! I like the fast access to reports and the ocr option. All of your data is stored on the desktop website and shortcuts to bills for the latest 30 days are stored in the application for fast reference. I found that after entering 15 bills I could make my profile, which gives you access to a George score which grows as you enter bills and really takes off as you obtain hits. After 500 bills entered, I got a one month make batter to mates of George. Thanks, Hank!
Best thing since sliced bread! If I didn't already have a intelligent phone I would one to use this app. It's so much easier and more fun to enter bills this way. The OCR mode works great, but I think the key entry is a small quicker. I switched back and forth though just for variety. Minor quibbles with having to scroll down to "Done", but overall very pleased. If you do WheresGeorge, you need this app!
Worst thing since sliced bread. This is at best a poorly-executed front shell for the www service (which is actually a best idea) that attempts and fails to improve usability by adding OCR, but it ends to being easier to just use the website. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY.
Unlike other board books with paper flaps, these felt flaps create is VERY simple for the smallest kiddos to "find" the animals beneath them. Brightly color felt makes for a amazing visual and tactile experience. Cute illustrations and it ends with a cute mirror that babies love. Amazing book for the earliest readers. Amazing shower gift!
I'm not going to lie, I bought this book without high expectations of results. I have a 2 1/2 year old son who is potty training. He refused to go poop on a potty chair, instead he would keep it in until we left him to go to sleep at night, then would go in his pull up. It was getting so frustrating, so I ordered this book. He was so excited that it was his own unique book and it was about poop. So, I created him a deal, I would read it to him, but he would have to sit on the potty chair and poop while I read it. Not even kidding, he pooped on the first day and hasn't gone back since. Of course, I have to have patience and read the book slowly and allow him lift all the flaps and talk about all the pictures, but he loves this book and he's pooping on a toilet, so I really have no complaints.
Ok this book is amazing! My 2 yr old daughter started potty training, and was doing great, but was scared about going poop on the potty. I was concerned that she was so scared, when she’s normally not fearful of most things. I didn’t wish to create a huge about it, but thought a book might help. She loved the Princess Potty book, so I thought I’d see what I could find. This came up in searches and the reviews were great. It’s a small odd as an adult reading a book that has drawings of various types of animal poo, but I thought, “hey, I’m not a 2 year old,so let’s see”. Boy was I right! I read this book and she was giggling and saying, “eeew, yucky poo poo!”and created a stinky smell face while we read about each animal. About 2 minutes after we place the book down she said she required to go poo poo, and she did! No problems, no wanting to keep onto my arm for security, no frowning saying she’s scared, nothing! It has been over a week, and she goes each day with no fuss. She tells me she has to go, reads a book while she’s in there, and that’s it. We read the book each day and she still thinks it’s hysterical...she doesn’t even wish to begin the other flaps on the pages, she just immediately opens the poo ones and says “ewww yucky poo poo” and laughs. I don’t know if this book is out print, but I did have to a used copy. It’s in amazing shape. The binding is worn and weak, but the pages and flaps are in amazing shape. The shipping takes a bit, but it’s really not that long....we’re just spoiled with 2 day prime shipping ;)
I bought this for my son at 5 months and he loves these books, he learned beautiful quickly how to pull down the felt pieces but loves that he can interact with the book. Helped with the hand coordination as well as being adorable. I will always give one of these books as a shower bonus in the future.
In this “lift-the-flap” book, very young kids from ages 1-3 are introduced to the engineer, the zone dog, the alien and the astronaut with very brief content on each page. The zone of each hero is pinpointed by the question, “Where is”, and the reader lifts the flap to search the targeted vocabulary word. The book is colourful and fun in its simplicity. By the time the reader is asked, “Where are you?”, he/she has learned the cast of characters in outer space. Sometimes the simplest of lessons are effective, and this book fits that description. The book is durable as well as commendation: Written for the very young, this book highlights the main characters involved in zone travel and instructs the listener in the use of just one adverb, where. Home libraries and pre-K programs might wish a copy to promote early vocabulary acquisition. Must Read Literature: K thru YA says this book is amazing for the instruction of primary vocabulary. Reviewer: Martha Squaresky
I enjoyed reading this book. I used to be a voracious reader, sometimes reading 2-3 books a week. Ever since I've gotten a intelligent phone my book reading has fallen to maybe 2 books per year! It's like I no longer have the patience to read entire books for pleasure.I came across this book by Gary Sizer while I was reading an AMA (ask me anything) on Reddit. His AMA was so interesting that I told myself I would read a chapter on Amazon to better understand his talk. Well, I loved the book from begin to finish. Couldn't place it down. Which was surprising to me as I have zero interest in hiking or the AT or even the outdoors. He's funny, informative, thoroughly honest with the ickier parts of his hike and speaks so that everyone can understand a hiker's is is an entertaining read and I'd like to thank Gary for writing it and for his talks on Reddit.
I was lucky to see an AMA on Reddit posted by Gary. I was immediately intrigued. He had a one day unique to the book for free. I downloaded it and continued reading books I had already started. I finished those and opened this and almost couldn't place it down. His description of the trail and off all the people he encountered on the trail was fascinating. As the narrative culminates at the end of the trail, I found that there were tears in my eyes. I feel like I got to know Green Giant, Lemmy, and Voldemort as they got to know each other. I already miss them a little.....