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Netgear WN3000RP Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender by NetGear
5.0 out of 5 stars Simple and effective, 13 Jan 2013
Got this up and running in 10 minutes. Simply plugged it in, found it on the list of Wifi connections on my iPad and a configuration screen magically appeared. I entered my Wifi password from my existing wireless router and hey presto, full wifi connectivity in all those areas that were previously masked by thick walls and other mysterious barriers.
Philips 26PF9320 26" LCD Fully HD Ready with Pixel&hellip by Philips
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A risk worth taking, 1 Feb 2006
I missed out on a Philips TV with similar specifications and the same price in the post Xmas sales but found this on Amazon shortly afterwards. As with many TVs, it was impossible to find a shop I could go and check out the picture quality. Therefore I had to rely on the generally good reputation of Philips and was not disappointed. It looks great when switched off and the picture quality is generally good. It is worth fiddling around with the various screen sizes available depending on what you're watching as this often improves the overall quality. The sound isn't particularly loud but it's easy to link into home cinema packages. Cute remote too (if a remote can be said to… Read more
Nothing by Paul Morley
Nothing by Paul Morley
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
In 1977 I first bought the New Musical Express as a twelve year who felt the need to boost my punk rock credentials. Over the next few years I was to become a great fan of the writings of Paul Morley, an NME regular. Morley took full advantage of the anarchy that punk provoked within the music industry to play around with music journalism etiquette and wrote about anybody who took his fancy rather than just the usual approved subjects.
In 1977, Paul Morley's father committed suicide, an event which has been ever present in his mind but in a kind of unacknowledged way. "Nothing" is an attempt to come to terms with such a major life/death event, which, until recently,… Read more

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