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Stirred But Not Shaken: The Autobiography
Stirred But Not Shaken: The Autobiography
by Keith Floyd
Edition: Hardcover

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fitting remembrance to a decent chap, 23 Dec. 2011
What can I say, don't read many autobiographies these days but picked this up as I used to love watching the show immensely. He was one of the new breed of chefs with lots of character and exuberance, drank hard lived life to the max. Lots of lovely anecdotes about how he started, got into the business, his life, his foibles, his mistakes (quite a few) and ups and downs. Overall one of my favourite reads and highly recommended for its light hearted approach. The book get a little sombre towards the end, maybe he saw the writing on the wall but great book.


Buffalo LinkStation Live 1TB MultiMedia Network Attached Storage with Built-In BitTorrent Client
Buffalo LinkStation Live 1TB MultiMedia Network Attached Storage with Built-In BitTorrent Client

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice little product, 23 Dec. 2011
Bought the Buffalo a while back for less than £100, surprised its actually gone up now in price! Been using this on the network on and off as a means of secondary storage especially for tv and films and software. Does the job, easy to access and setup, may take a while to boot and a little noisy (hums) but overall a great little product especially for the home user. Recommended
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Belkin Powerline 1Gbps Networking 1000mbps
Belkin Powerline 1Gbps Networking 1000mbps

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Top Banana, 23 Dec. 2011
In essence this product is fab, plug it in, connect it up and you have a quick secure and extensible internet connection from your main internet access point to those areas that suffer from poor coverage. Highly recommended and the price there a steal!!


Hacking Exposed Wireless, Second Edition: Wireless Security Secrets and Solutions
Hacking Exposed Wireless, Second Edition: Wireless Security Secrets and Solutions
by Johnny Cache
Edition: Paperback
Price: £37.99

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hacking Exposed to the max, 22 Nov. 2010
Quite possibly the best most comprehensive Hacking Exposed book I have read to date. Everything is there and with the added companion site and enhanced chapters you can learn the art of Wireless Security testing from scratch. Frankly brilliant, buy it!


Hacking Exposed Linux: Linux Security Secrets and Solutions
Hacking Exposed Linux: Linux Security Secrets and Solutions
by N/A Isecom
Edition: Paperback
Price: £32.52

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars worst hacking exposed book I've ever read, 31 Aug. 2008
This has the wrong title I think, its basically what to do to prevent getting hacked, what configuration settings to apply and a lot of niche stuff you wouldn't really see much in the wild unless you have a spectrum analyser and you are going after a big corporate with very local access i.e.tempest issues. Hardly anything on tools as you get in normal hacking exposed books, very poor especially with the quality of the authors who have contributed, alot of old stuff i.e. telnet, finger, rhosts et al are still being used and these should be referenced as they are still stalwarts for getting access to a network, I think this book is coming from the wrong angle totally from every other one in the series I have read. There are a few new bits in there i.e. a little bit on web apps but these are generally glossed over. I am pleased I pre-ordered in feb and got this book for £15 but I'm not sure its worth that, alot of better books out there.


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