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DupeOf[B002BSHHS2] Amethyst iPanda iPod Speaker Do&hellip by Amethyst
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Incompatibility, 27 Dec 2011
Be warned! This is not compatible with the ipod touch 4th gen 8GB. It does not sit securely in the cradle and loses connection as soon as there is the slightest movement. V disappointed that this was not clear on description as was main xmas present for daughter. However, will say that the sound is fab when it does happen to connect. Would be extremely pleased had it been compatible.
How the Mighty Fall: And Why Some Companies Never &hellip by Jim Collins
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific, 6 Oct 2009
I am a big fan of the work by Jim Collins and his team. I listen to this and his other books (BTL & GTG) regularly on my long journeys. I love the insight into the inner workings of the huge companies they dissect and the history behind those businesses. I would urge businesses owners, budding entrepreneurs, or those seeking to create an area of excellence such as a school or a department within the school to listen to all his work to date. This is not the depressing piece of work I had anticipated, in my opinion it underlines and expands on earlier principles.
If I had to choose a book of his to start with it would be Good to Great.
I Am Legend (S.F. MASTERWORKS) by Richard Matheson
I Am Legend (S.F. MASTERWORKS) by Richard Matheson
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I read this short book after seeing all the reviews (thank you) and thought I must give it a go. I have tried lots of 'horror' novels over the years and they have never really engaged me. I read this over two evenings and found it totally absorbed me. The text races along wonderfully.
This is not my typical read - favourite books include: Papillon, Hamlet, Great Gatsby, To Kill a Mockingbird, Grapes of Wrath and The Old Man and the Sea. I assume it is because having read them they stay with you and insist on being read again. Though my wife prefers to suggest I am simply a bit weird.
As for the new 'Mr Smith' film, which I enjoyed, they follow the same theme but to compare them… Read more

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