Dermod O'Malley

"Dom"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (16 of 17)
Location: UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,225,618 - Total Helpful Votes: 16 of 17
How I Get People To Buy My Product: An Interview W&hellip by Michael Senoff
Yes I am afraid this is exactly that. There is nothing new here and the author labouriously takes you through this interview word by word including words like 'kind of' and 'you know' and 'yeah.' It is strewn with errors which I find irritating and contains regular prompts directing you to a web site for further informsation. And at the end of it you are left with very little solid content, all of which could have been succintly delivered by a skilled writer and improved immensely by the inclusion of references to 'clean language.'
Very disappointing and it seems as if there are a number of people out there who are cobbling together pieces of work like this, with the sole aim of… Read more
Kaindl Windtronic 2 Anemometer
I own a Silva Windwatch which I felt gave variable results and wanted something more accurate. The Windtronic 2 is recommended by the RYA for race officers (sailing) and so trusting their judgement I purchased one. It is far superior to the Silva in that it is non directional, it gives maximun and minimum windstrengths along with the average windspeed. It immediately felt as if I was holding a proper anemometer with its miniature cups rotating freely as they caught the wind.

It is something I know I will feel comfortable working with in race management. Perhaps one improvement would be to have a lanyard attachment point as the Windtronic's pear shape leads me to think it could… Read more
Pasta by Theo Randall
Pasta by Theo Randall
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pasta by Theo Randall, 25 Jun 2010
I decided to order this book after seeing Theo on Saturday Kitchen. The three week wait for the publishing date was well worth it as this is an excellent book if you want to have simple and authentic Italian pasta dishes.
The book is well organised with chapters about fresh and dried pasta, tomatoes, vegetables, fungi and fish through to meat poultry and game. It offers pasta dishes to meet all tastes and I have enjoyed reading and making some of the dishes and I look forward to more.
And I think this book would have been even better had Theo included more on suppliers and where to source some of the best quality tomatoes etc. All the same it is an excellent production and the… Read more

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