1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Snow Leopard (in my view) wipes the floor with Lion.
You could always buy the product direct from Apple (store). On 21 April 2013 in the UK it was £14.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Opening with essays on four common misconceptions (all of which I had held), Dr Clement then discusses the parts the commercially best-known supplements vitamins/minerals play in our metabolism. The book then winds down with chapters on Recommended Daily Allowances, oil fallacies, scams, direct marketing and thoughts on the law, followed by Appendices.
I am glad to have read this book.
And it is saving me money - as I no longer routinely chug my multivitamin tablet with added minerals and a fish-oil capsule with every breakfast.
As each bottle emptied, I replaced it with one by another company, so as to change the mix and not build tolerance. It seems I had… Read more
As a Mac user for years I've been torn between Apple's Aperture and Adobe's Lightroom so purchased and upgraded both.
On balance, this upgrade is so brilliant (particularly the evolution in the Develop module - for instance the little miracles engineered into Whites and Blacks, Clarity and Vibrance) that I have to wholly and enthusiastically endorse the product and make it my favourite.
It isn't perfect.
The program has swelled from 100Mb to 900Mb. Lightroom 4 just crawls on my polycarbonate MacBook (LR3 is fine). And do we really need to shove global positioning information into a photograph's metadata?
If you're an undecided LR3 user - just buy the upgrade!
If… Read more