David Gardiner

Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (89 of 95)
In My Own Words:
Author of 'SIRAT', a science fiction novel about artificial intelligence. 53-year-old Londoner, keen amateur diver, short story writer, electronics and Internet enthusiast. Home page at: http://freespace.virgin.net/d.gardiner/index.html


Top Reviewer Ranking: 826,959 - Total Helpful Votes: 89 of 95
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Garmin eMap International GPS by Garmin
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This model is long out of production, but if you come across one it's likely to be very cheap and it's well worth having. It's a very well-built item, locks on to the satellites quickly and reliably, and seems every bit as sensitive as the newer receivers. The base map is okay if you're just a weekend walker around the countryside near London like me, but for serious use you really need to get hold of the Garmin UK map and the special lead to program the (physically large) Garmin memory card that comes with the unit. The accessories frequently appear on eBay, mostly American sellers as the unit was mainly sold in the USA. I have found no disadvantages so far. Battery life on a pair of good… Read more
Zeichne, was Du siehst: Zeichnungen eines Kindes a&hellip by Helga Weissová
5.0 out of 5 stars Looking into the abyss, 19 Jun 2009
One of the most poignant books that has ever been written about the role of the artist. I am a fairly unemotional person but this one did make me cry and I had to take breaks during reading it to come to terms with my feelings and reactions. You will learn something about the kind of creatures we are, at our best and at our worst. Can stand alongside such classics as The Diary of Anne Frank, Night and Schindler's Ark. There is something specially horrific about the holocaust experiences of children and young teenagers, and when the account comes from someone as sensitive, honest and gifted as this it is simply heartbreaking.