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Apple Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter cable by Nee&hellip by Neet Cables
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1.0 out of 5 stars Poor quality picture., 30 July 2013
I bought this based on the good reviews and an urge to save money on the official Apple product. I wanted one as a backup in case my Apple product broke.

This adaptor doesn't cut the mustard. Whilst it has a good build quality, the picture from it is so 'fuzzy' that I only lasted 5 minutes with it. I have tried it with various monitors and outputs and the Apple adaptor gives a crisp picture, and the Neet adaptor gives an awful fuzzy picture.

I wouldn't recommend this product.
Realityland: True-Life Adventures at Walt Disney W&hellip by David Koenig
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Read, 11 Jun 2012
This book is a great in-depth history of the extraodinary jouney that culminated in the creation of Disney World in Florida.

It is true to say that the book mainly focuses on the Magic Kingdom and Epcot parks, but it is made quite clear that these are the two that have the most interesting stories to tell - at a time when Disney was still desperately trying to follow Walt's 'vision' rather then the large profit-chasing corporate entity that it is now.

Highly recommended for everyone with an interest in Disney World!
Accordéon Millenium <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Accord%C3%A9on-Millenium-Klaxons/dp/artist-redirect/B001I8Z16G">Klaxons</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Accordéon Millenium Klaxons MP3 Download
5.0 out of 5 stars Sheer cheek!, 13 Oct 2011
How on earth does one even try to review this album?

Its absurd! A happy-clappy accordion slash synthesizer mix, shamelessly blasting out extremely fun if perhaps 'obvious' melodies.

Clap Clap Sound is the albums reason for being, famous for being used in childrens parties throughout the 1980s.

Although it must said, Clap Clap Sound is this album at it's most 'mainstream' !

I love this album: it's mad but importantly, it knows it is. It inserts comic sound effects at every opportunity and acts as the imaginary soundtrack to a million and one absurd party games that you could only dare dream about.

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