Julie Cutler

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 338
Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (3,111 of 3,265)
In My Own Words:
Ch-ch-ch-changes! Great to be back in Newford Haven!

My mommy said there are no monsters, no real ones , But there are. Why do they tell little kids that?

Ultimately this infinite number of monkeys experiment has gone wrong....they aren't typing out the works of Shakespeare, they're acting out Titus Andronicus in full global virtual glory. ( Hint! One of the really nasty ones). I blame everythin… Read more

World music, really hot geology, birds, bunnies, tropical and marine fishy wishes, trying to prove to Tony and Ted that I really can run a huge allotment, truth, MS programming, neat tools, anywhere but here, red hatting, trying to find a reason to l… Read more

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 338 - Total Helpful Votes: 3111 of 3265
Beginning DotNetNuke Skinning and Design (Programm&hellip by Andrew Hay
Dotnetnuke or DNN in version 7 is absolutely brilliant and absolutely frustrating. This book helps a bit and then it doesn't. I'm a wet behind the ears noob (with a far too busy to help guru) who has been trying to find a free .net content managed system for clients for 2 or more months. I tried Umbraco, but it was incomprehensible why you had to go into so much effort just to set up your editing environment, I tried Orchard, but most of the clever bits had to be rewritten because the freebies add ons were lame. I can't say that Goldilocks quite likes the taste of this bowl of porridge, but it seems the most filling!

This book is written in dotnetnuke 4, which was written in… Read more
The Natural Cook: Eating the Seasons from Root to &hellip by Tom Hunt
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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I'm a bit perplexed that like another reviewer I too ordered this book under the impression it would solve food gluts from the allotment. While the recipes look interesting and are based on a selection of things to do with a particular vegetable or fruit ingredient, it is far from comprehensive. For instance, lots of recipes for apples and apricots, but none for pears. Compared to other ingredient focussed books as by the lovely Ms Grigson (tthe younger one) this work does leave you reaching for something else off the kindle cloud for the gaps in the recipes.
However, pluses are: enough vegetarian recipes to pick out, nice pictures, generally Mediterranean cuisine for the non meaty… Read more
TCP LED B22d Bayonet Cap 10 Watt LED Classic Shape&hellip by TCP
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Well it's certainly bright, and as with the other leds I've tried it appears to out perform it's supposed 60w equivalent rating. It's fairly heavy too, so I'm hoping that's due to an effective aluminium heatsink which will keep it performing.
Only time will tell if it lasts as long as it claims. I did a bit of calculation a while back. Leds seem to be worth the price in saving running costs if you are replacing tungsten or halogen bulbs. But you are only saving a little in place of a compact fluorescent, and since these are full of unpleasant gases, you might as well let these tubes last out their full life. Irritating though that may be.