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HP Z400 Desktop Workstation PC - Intel Xeon Quad Core CPU - Windows 7 Professional / Windows 10 - nVIDIA Quadro Graphics - (Windows 7 Pro - 8GB DDR3 - 500GB HDD)
HP Z400 Desktop Workstation PC - Intel Xeon Quad Core CPU - Windows 7 Professional / Windows 10 - nVIDIA Quadro Graphics - (Windows 7 Pro - 8GB DDR3 - 500GB HDD)

4.0 out of 5 stars Took a bit of work to get it going though..., 14 Feb. 2016
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Excellent value for money, but was dead-on arrival. Repeatedly four bleeps from BIOS self-check and flashing red light. A check on the Internet for the manual said 'Power failure'. So I opened it up and jiggled all the power cables: Success! Probably due to rough handling during transport - it's a very heavy machine! Somewhat confirmed by one of the L-shaped covers for the expansion cards being adrift inside the machine. A few bad sectors on the hard drive, which I replaced just in case.

Now runs fine.


4GB RAM Memory for HP-Compaq Pavilion Notebook dv2-1010ea (DDR2-5300) - Laptop Memory Upgrade
4GB RAM Memory for HP-Compaq Pavilion Notebook dv2-1010ea (DDR2-5300) - Laptop Memory Upgrade
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 29 Nov. 2014
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What to say? 4Gb is 4Gb. Delivered very promptly.


Our Unitarian Gospel
Our Unitarian Gospel

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4.0 out of 5 stars Thinking person's answer to Trinitarianism, 21 Jan. 2013
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A most wonderful and uplifting book! Minot J Savage demolishes the Catholic and Fundamentalist branches of Christianity as effectively as Richard Dawkins or any of the other modern militant atheists. (He seems largely ignorant of Eastern Orthodoxy.) But he comes to startlingly different conclusions from atheists and Trinitarian Christians. Obviously Unitarianism is very different from Trinitarianism - I wonder why they want to continue with the tainted appellation 'Christian'?

The book is a printed version of a series of sermons that Savage gave and refers to contemporary people and events (over a hundred years ago). The issues involved can seem rather obscure but it's very interesting to research.

It seems sad to take any 'stars' from such an excellent book. Half a star because of the occasional false argument. Savage was originally a minister in the Trinitarian tradition and uses some 'priestcraft'. (Sadly being trained as a minister seems to have left him incapable of honest employment and he continued paid 'ministering'.) Half a star because there is no proper table of contents, but nevertheless a thousand thanks to the people who prepared the e-book.

(This reviewer has no connection with Unitarianism except for meeting a couple of nice Unitarians many years ago.)


Colossus: The secrets of Bletchley Park's code-breaking computers (Popular Science)
Colossus: The secrets of Bletchley Park's code-breaking computers (Popular Science)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Where are the photographs?, 5 Oct. 2012
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A fantastic resource for my next lecture course! Start with 5 stars. But a few serious defects. The contributions by the actual people who did the code breaking are fascinating, but some of them haven't got the gift of explaining things clearly (and why should they?), also this results in a lot of repetition. Better editing would have helped. Lose one star. BUT WHERE ARE THE PHOTOGRAPHS IN THE E-BOOK? When I return to the UK I intend to visit the local trading standards office... Lose another star.


The Life of St. Paul
The Life of St. Paul
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2.0 out of 5 stars A fantastic confabulation!, 19 Jun. 2012
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I suppose this is a book of its time - about 100 years ago. The author's claim to know the mind of Paul (and for that matter Jesus) seems to me to be absolutely blasphemous. Until now I didn't believe in blasphemy, but maybe I do now.


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