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Know Me, Like Me, Follow Me: What Online Social Networking Means for You and Your Business
Know Me, Like Me, Follow Me: What Online Social Networking Means for You and Your Business
by Penny Power
Edition: Paperback

31 of 39 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars This book proves there is no cure for stupid, 22 Oct 2009
Having witnessed some of Mrs Power's other attempts at written communication I would give this book a wide berth. All of her work displays the intellectual rigour of an 8 year old - a fact made all the more inexplicable when one considers that she gets a ghostwriter to churn this stuff out. I feel sorry for the ghostwriter slightly more than I do for the people who may read this nonsense.


How to Handle Your Recruitment Consultant: Brilliant Insider Tips, Tricks and Secrets to Maximise the Performance of Your Recruitment Consultant and ... Know You Want and Deserve (How to Handles)
How to Handle Your Recruitment Consultant: Brilliant Insider Tips, Tricks and Secrets to Maximise the Performance of Your Recruitment Consultant and ... Know You Want and Deserve (How to Handles)
by Herbie Henderson
Edition: Paperback
Price: 9.19

3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Dire, 18 Oct 2009
The advice and recruitment insight in this book is really quite simplistic and probably only really of any use to those operating at the lower end of the recruitment food chain - an opinion strengthened by the author's extremely silly, effusive and ultimately cheesy writing/communication style.

Strictly for the bimbos.
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Battle In Heaven [DVD] [2006]
Battle In Heaven [DVD] [2006]
Dvd ~ Marcos Hernandez
Offered by FilmloverUK
Price: 9.99

8 of 17 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars One of the worst films I've ever seen, 3 July 2007
And considering I've seen a few Richard Curtis films, that's saying something.

The plot goes nowhere, the acting is dire and the cinematography is on a par with someone using their mobile phone to shoot a movie. There is only so many times you need to see the texture of a wall up-close.

Yet it is all excused as being "arty". In fact the excuses were got in early here as the director admitted to using people who had no acting experience ...presumably to get that sense of 'realism' that is so sought after by those with not enough talent to achieve it any other way. The end result is, ironically enough, the complete opposite.

It's not "arty" nor a new paradigm in realism ...it's just utter rubbish.


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