L. Kalbag

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (71 of 80)
Location: UK
Birthday: 14 Oct
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 787,302 - Total Helpful Votes: 71 of 80
Padders Women's Storm Black Waterproof Boots 502 5&hellip Padders
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I bought these boots for walking the dog. I needed something more flexible than wellington boots but equally waterproof. I wore these on a fairly muddy walk, and whilst they did protect from light mud, I walked through wet grass and the water soaked through. When I took the boots off at the end of the walk my socks were wet all around the toes. They would be completely useless in even the slightest puddle.
Moleskin Soft Extra Large Squared Notebook by Moleskine
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I'm now on to my third xlarge Squared Moleskine. Each lasts me around a year in pages, but would last a lot longer due to the quality of the book itself.

The size and squared background makes it great for sketching out designs in a gridded format, and the squares are also large enough to double as lines for writing across. The squares are quite dark, much darker than the average school exercise book squared paper.

When it says the book is xlarge, this makes it sound far bigger than it is, as standard moleskines are small. It fits easily in a medium sized handbag and very easily into a laptop bag.

My only negative would be that the back pocket often tears… Read more
Everything You Know about CSS is Wrong! by Rachel Andrew
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
They've been hyping up this book on Sitepoint for weeks and, after just reading it, I have no idea why.

For the price, I hadn't expected this book to be half as thick as other Sitepoint books, and only really contain information about one CSS property. This should have just been an addition to the existing CSS Reference book/web site.

It is trying to promote CSS table layouts as the new way to layout web site designs, but without IE8 being out until next year, and still needing to support IE6 and IE7 when it is out, the solutions offered in this book (using conditional commenting) makes so much extra work that I ended up wondering what really were the benefits of using… Read more

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