Sarakani

A scribe in front of a yellowfin predator
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (1,179 of 1,341)
Location: Harrow United Kingdom
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Having just listened to Francesca Da Rimini by Tchaikovsky on my laptop, a poor recording including coughing, I sit in an abysmally untidy room and the most important thing at the moment worth emphasising seems to be: please, do something for tuna fish. They are the most beautifully streamlined and amongst the largest bony fish in the sea and yet we turn them into catfood and sandwich filler. A… Read more
 

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Panasonic Lumix FZ200 Bridge Camera - Black (12MP,&hellip by Panasonic
I wrote this to Panasonic. They say they can't do too much.

I'm writing to complain about the shortcomings of your FZ200 camera that in many ways could be the ultimate wildlife camera having used it in the jungles of Sri Lanka. The FZ150 offered recording films in the Apple MOV format. Why did you abandon this format in the later model? iPhoto does not appreciate AVCHD so I had to record movies in MP4, could you offer a fix via the internet? Secondly the autofocus relies on sending a red beam of light. Many birds flee when they see the red light. It gives the camera away. The inboard sound recorder is very bad, your external microphone could be a lot better. Apart from these… Read more
Gear4 SafeGuard 360 Clip-On Case Cover for iPhone &hellip by Gear 4
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Front screen off, 13 Jan 2013
I brought a new item. Within two weeks the clear plastic front started peeling away from the front panel. It seems to be glued very weakly. Clearly not durable or worth it's brand. Product far too flimsy to be worth paying for.
The Watchman's Rattle: Thinking our Way out of Ext&hellip by Rebecca D Costa
In this "convergence of history, biology, neuroscience, meme theory, and the study of complexity", (popular science/economics/environment) business guru and "sociobiologist" Costa addresses the manifold problems that beset advanced civilizations (typically the USA) that culminate in their demise. Endorsed by Richard Branson and Edward O. Wilson, Costa's opening theme is that past civilizations, the Mayans, Khmers and Romans reached a level of complexity or "cognitive threshold" that taxed their abilities such that they collapsed under an inability to cope with threats and pressures. Society is now at this threshold limiting the potential for rationality and objectivity, as granted by… Read more

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