Anne Taylor

Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (54 of 60)
Location: Midmar, Aberdeenshire, Scotland


Top Reviewer Ranking: 137,282 - Total Helpful Votes: 54 of 60
Fujifilm USB SD Card Reader For SD/SDHC Cards by FujiFilm
I bought the Fujifilm USB SD Card Reader For SD/SDHC in May 2013, and it worked perfectly for just two months, then stopped for no apparent reason. I received a replacement from iMemory which worked perfectly for 8 months, then stopped. Unfortunately this item just doesn't have any staying power so I can't recommend it. Fortunately my latest laptop has its own card reader - hopefully that one will keep working for the life of the laptop!
Solwise 500AV HomePlug AV Ethernet Adapter with ma&hellip by Solwise
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Excellent product, which we're using inside our old granite-built house, since a recent broadband problem means we have to plug everything into the BT master socket, which is in one corner of the house on the first floor. That meant we had a poor signal in the opposite end of the house on the ground floor.

At first, I tried using the HomePlug with the surge protectors, since we occasionally get lightning strikes which would destroy our electronic equipment. The Homeplug does not work if plugged into a surge protector, so make sure you plug it directly into a main socket, and be prepared to run around and unplug them if a thunderstorm is brewing!

We also have one… Read more
Everything I Want to Do is Illegal: War Stories fr&hellip by Joel Salatin
This is the first book of Joel Salatin's that I've read, but it certainly won't be the last. If you care at all about the food you eat, and about the food that will be available for your children/grandchildren to eat, you must read this. It's based on the situation in the USA, which is dire, but it applies equally to the UK, since there are many equivalent situations, challenges and crazy regulations which are already in place here, and the vice-like grip of the lobbyists on our politicians is tightening.

Joel's book is a highly entertaining, but frightening expose, which reveals time and again the madness that 'food safety' policy creates more risks than it prevents. At times… Read more