Guillermo Castillo

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Pro JavaScript Techniques
Pro JavaScript Techniques
Pro JavaScript Techniques by John Resig. Rated 3.8 out of 5 stars, with 41 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
HTTP: The Definitive Guide (Definitive Guides)
HTTP: The Definitive Guide (Definitive Guides)
HTTP: The Definitive Guide (Definitive Guides) by David Gourley , Brian Totty, et al.. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars, with 68 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
JavaScript Mobile Application Development
JavaScript Mobile Application Development
JavaScript Mobile Application Development by Hazem Saleh. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars, with 4 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
Harry Potter e l'Ordine della Fenice (Harry Potter 5)
Harry Potter e l'Ordine della Fenice (Harry Potter 5)
Harry Potter e l'Ordine della Fenice (Harry Potter 5) by J.K. Rowling, Francesco Pannofino, et al.. Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars, with 314 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the J. K. Rowling category.
Getting It Right (Sapphire Falls Book 10)
Getting It Right (Sapphire Falls Book 10)
Getting It Right (Sapphire Falls Book 10) by Erin Nicholas. Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars, with 99 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Nicholas Sparks category.
SQL Computer Programming for Beginners: The Ultimate Guide to Learn SQL Programming Basics, SQL Languages, Queries and Practice Problems, SQL Server and Database, Coding Languages for Beginners
SQL Computer Programming for Beginners: The Ultimate Guide to Learn SQL Programming Basics, SQL Languages, Queries and Practice Problems, SQL Server and Database, Coding Languages for Beginners
SQL Computer Programming for Beginners: The Ultimate Guide to Learn SQL Programming Basics, SQL Languages, Queries and Practice Problems, SQL Server and Database, Coding Languages for Beginners by Anthony Hack and Jordan Gunner. Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars, with 18 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the 'SQL database' category.
Mastering Regular Expressions, Second Edition
Mastering Regular Expressions, Second Edition
Mastering Regular Expressions, Second Edition by Jeffrey E. F. Friedl. Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars, with 48 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the 'PHP programming' category.
Autonomy: The Quest to Build the Driverless Car—And How It Will Reshape Our World
Autonomy: The Quest to Build the Driverless Car—And How It Will Reshape Our World
Burns is a former GM exec who for years engaged in the thankless task of reforming the company from with, to steer it toward a greener future. He scored some successes by securing GM sponsorship of prestigious teams in autonomous driving competitions in the early 2000’s, but ultimately inertia of the old guard combined with economic downturns and bankruptcy convinced him that he could effect more change by being outside of GM than staying within.
This is a riveting insider tale of the first decades in the quest for developing and marketing autonomous vehicles. Featuring enough technical information to give geeks something to enjoy while not burying the reader with arcane engineering detail, this work strikes the perfect mix. The chapters on the first DARPA autonomous vehicle challenges are particularly compelling and are told in a vivid, page-turning manner.
The author retells the many personal conflicts that plagued the business in the later years, some of which impacted him, but by and large he manages to put his personal biases aside and tell the story in an informative and reasonable manner. However, despite his intentions, the reader can still detect an anti-Uber tilt, although he is open about his allegiances and interests. Another improvement could have been to address some of the autonomous vehicle activity outside of North America. While North America in general and the Detroit-Silicon Valley rivalry (which eventually, as he points out, became a collaboration) in particular were a clear driving force in the development of the autonomous car, there could have been a few more comments on what was happening outside the continent. Ethical issues, too, could have benefited from a little more coverage.
But these are quibbles. Written in a very readable style by a man with deep knowledge of the car business, this is an excellent introduction to the field and a must-read for all who want to know how we got here and where we’re going. It will make you an optimist.
Hendrix In The West
Hendrix In The West
This album was re-released on September 13, 2011 as part of the Hendrix family's project to remaster Hendrix's discography. Since the rights to the Royal Albert Hall performance of "Little Wing" and "Voodoo Child" on the original LP are in dispute, the newly released CD contains alternate performances of the two songs. Little Wing was from the Winterland concerts and Voodoo Child from San Diego concert. If you are able to find this album release prior to 2011, then you will have the Royal Albert Hall. It is also available on various bootlegs of this concert. Please note that these two songs are mislabeled San Diego. They are indeed from Royal Albert Hall.

The 2011 re-release contains 11 songs which include Fire, I don't live today and Spanish Castle Magic which are from the San Diego Concert. The original release had a total of 8. FYI San Diego Sports Area is now Valley View Casino. The San Diego concert was available on CD 3 of the box set titled Stages. It was his last tour with Mitch Mitchell and Noel Redding (drummer and bassist of the original Jimi Hendrix Experience. Stages release of San Diego was not complete. Together with this re-release you now have the complete San Diego concert! Now we just have to wait fir the Hendrix estate to release San Diego concert the its entirety.
Bob Dylan's Poetics: How the Songs Work (Zone Books)
Bob Dylan's Poetics: How the Songs Work (Zone Books)
Dylan’s place in the American “national imaginary” effectively gives way, in Timothy Hampton's insightful and capacious study, to his broader entanglement within “global musical culture” and a more worldly sense of his literary influence, form, genre, tactic, and stylistic fusion. In a dazzling set of readings that are textured and resonant, Hampton links Dylan’s works to literary precursors Rimbaud (“Chimes of Freedom”), Brecht (“The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll”), Kerouac (“Meet Me in the Morning”), Petrarch (“Tangled Up in Blue”), T. S. Eliot (“Dignity”), F. Scott Fitzgerald (“Summer Days”), Homer (“Blind Willie McTell”), and Dante (“Shelter from the Storm”) most prominently. Even Joseph Conrad and Jack London are given a (less convincing) thematic hearing in the exotic flux that is the 1976 album Desire. Hampton tracks these literary refigurations such that “Blind Willie McTell” remains close not just to the epic but also to the “Statesboro Blues” melody, and “Jokerman” stays close not only to anti-Christ figurations from Yeats but also to Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode” and reggae chords....
Blame
Blame
Jane Norton crashed her car two years ago at age seventeen. Her passenger and best friend, David, was killed. What happened? No one really knows for sure because Jane has amnesia. She can't remember anything going back three years prior to her wreck when she was only fourteen. At first everyone sympathized with her. Until police found the note she'd supposedly written at the accident site. It said, "I wish we were dead together.". From that, it appeard Jane deliberately caused the accident with the intention of killing both herself and David. Jane was pretty much ostracized by the community. Now someone has sent her a message saying they know what really happened that night. If true, why don't they just come forward with any information they have? Or is something more sinister going on? Something that will drive Jane insane.

A top notch thriller you don't want to miss. I couldn't put it down!
Mansfield Park
Mansfield Park
Don't buy from this seller if you don't want a poor quality picture and everyone speaking Italian! The dvd is faulty and will onky play in that language.
In relation to my review of this adaption (which I've seen on TV), when will we have adaptions of Persuasion and Mansfield Park that do them justice? There is plenty I don't like about this inaccurate 90s adaption, in the 2007 adaption Billie Piper made a better Fanny, the hair was totally wrong and she had more health and spirit than the Fanny of the novel, but she largely kept her key qualities in tact; her simple integrity, instinctive wariness towards the Crawfords and her quiet watchfulness, even her being comfortable at fading into the background comes across well.
Some reviewers have criticized Fanny's low cut gowns in the 2007 version, so I double checked and they are almost all cut more modestly than the other females, although she is apparently more generously endowed than some of the other actresses. And even modest gowns then showed cleavage, Austen in fact goes into little detail about what Fanny wore, except that it was less expensive or fashionable than what most of the other ladies wore. The Edmund of that adaption was not quite right physically, he was under 5 ft 10 and since Ms Piper is nearly 5 foot 6 he did not look significantly taller as he should have, nor did the actresses playing the Miss Bertrams who should all be noticeably taller than the petite Fanny and Miss Crawford. No one is convinced that Fanny is short. I had a few other niggles too, like how it misses out so many key scenes and important supporting characters, Lady Bertrams all wrong, the anachronistic waltz at the end, which also appeared in the recent Persuasion adaption etc etc etc, but I think it a superior and certainly little bit more accurate adaption than this one, because although it may miss characters and scenes out it doesn't add the many apocryphal elements this adaption does. By the by ignore some of the Amazon.com reviews as some commentors think this is the Billie Piper version!
This 90s adaption is pretty to look at and it has pleasant music. Again the actor playing Edmund does not appear significantly taller than Fanny, but I think he does portray the right balance of qualities that were so endearing in Austen's version of Edmund.
Some critics described Austen's Edmund as priggish, but he was in fact often second guessing himself when inclined to judge others, challenging first impressions and appearances in an attempt to be fair to people, including his wastrel brother Tom and his selfish sisters. With Mary Crawford he went beyond this and allowed his own naive infatuation to cloud his judgement, but he was always considerate, gracious and kind. He stood up for his beliefs and for others and earned peoples respect as he handled his father's business matters. This is, for the most part, the Edmund portrayed in this adaption.
The portrayal of Fanny is less accurate and occasionally annoying. She briefly flirts with and encourages Henry Crawford, and also attempts to become a writer (I'm all for feminism and women pursuing fulfilling careers) but keep it out of adaptions of classic literature please, it has it's place and that is not to be inserted into an adaption of a Regency novel. Also this Fanny has an acid tongue and a self aware sulkiness that don't match Austen's sweet tolerant Fanny at all. The nudity(brief as it is) is gratuitous and detracts rather than adds to the story. However, there are some sweet scenes between Edmund and Fanny, Susan is included in the cast of characters and Fanny does go to Portsmouth.
Avengers: Infinity War - Everything You Must Know Before Watching
Avengers: Infinity War - Everything You Must Know Before Watching
Waste of time. Chances are, if you're interested to watch this in the first place, they aren't going to tell you anything you don't already know. Terrible narration.

It's "Johann Schmidt" not "Johann Smith"
It's "Ragnarok" not "Ragnarack"
It's pronounced 'Nova Cor' not "Nova Corpse"

If they do something like this, the narrator should at least sound like he's educated or at least seem as though he knows what he's talking about.
From the Corner of His Eye
From the Corner of His Eye
This is the second time I've read this book. The first time being about 15 years ago. I remember it being a good read but it was even better this time. Koontz's writing style, dark humour and excellent descriptive passages are a joy to read. The characters are a varied mix that combine well together.

The story combines two different threads that are interwoven in a way that avoids confusion and makes you wonder how they are connected. The character Enoch (Junior) Cain is one of the best characters ever created. His ways of thinking, how he justifies his actions and how he thinks about himself had me sometimes laughing out loud. He's the antagonist, evil personified, yet thinks he's God's gift.

Covering aspects of religion, faith, love, family and quantum physics, may at first glance, seem a strange mix, but it works really well. The physics side of things is explained well so is easy to understand and see why it was used.

There's a line towards the end of the book that says, "More often than not, God weaves patterns that become perceptible to us only over long periods of time, if at all." Koontz has woven patterns throughout the book, which does take a long period of time to read, but I think everyone should.
Nora Roberts' Carnal Innocence
Nora Roberts' Carnal Innocence
My first thought barely five minutes into it was “Did they really have to change everything?!” I tried to keep watching to see if it was good independently of the book though I really had my doubts about that. I had seen it years ago, but just read the book the other day. If you’ve read the book and were hoping this movie is like it, do yourself a favor and don’t even bother. I watched up until I saw them eat boiled crawfish with forks and then, being from Louisiana, just couldn’t stand anymore. They completely butchered an amazing story for no good reason and did not even come close to capturing life in the delta. Tucker doesn’t lounge in the pool listening to awful pop music that wouldn’t even make the radio. According to Nora Roberts he lies in his hammock and only listens to music from the 50s. I love the actress who plays Caroline in other things, but not in this because she doesn’t fit the description of Caroline at all. None of them do. Not. One. If they were going to completely change the entire story I don’t see why they even bothered keeping the same title. Maybe it was just to outrage the fans. I’ll give it a star but it really doesn’t deserve it.
Matthew McConaughey Collection (Failure to Launch / How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days / Sahara)
Matthew McConaughey Collection (Failure to Launch / How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days / Sahara)
If you are a Fan of Matthew McConaughey, then this set is for you. Failure to Launch, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, and Sahara. Each co-starring with three Beautiful and Talented Actresses, one in each film. Failure to Launch with Sarah Jessica Parker, How to Lose a Guy with Kate Hudson, and Sahara with Penelope Cruz. The supporting casts in all three films is excellent. If you Just want some good fun films and light entertainment...these are perfect.
Clifford's Happy Mother's Day (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Clifford the Big Red Dog)
Clifford's Happy Mother's Day (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Clifford the Big Red Dog)
Ever wonder how Clifford came to be Emily Elizabeth's special pet pal? Or what Clifford's mother was like? Well this book will tell you. It explains that Clifford came from an apartment next door to Emily Elizabeth, and it also describes Clifford's first Mother's Day adventure; an episode where he thwarts Emily's plans but everything comes out all right after a little creative thinking.

Four Stars. [B-]. Good Read-aloud. This book tells two separate stories: how Clifford came to be in Emily Elizabeth's family, as well as how Clifford celebrated his first Mother's Day. Artwork is the original by the author, and not like that of the television show.

~reviewed by Pam T.~
Little Miss Helpful (Mr. Men and Little Miss Book 8)
Little Miss Helpful (Mr. Men and Little Miss Book 8)
Little miss helpful is about helpful showing up to Mr Happy who is sick. She just annoys the heck out of him. I suppose some people can find the circumstance funny or cute that Little Miss Helpful is more of a hindrance, but it didn't do much for my son or me.
The Living Daylights
The Living Daylights
Clearly the best Bond film of all time! Dalton was ahead of his time and its a great shame that The Living Daylights is often overlooked.

- Bond actually thinks, and the audience is left to figure out the complexities of motives and ideas. I can't think of another Bond film where the intelligence of the audience is respected. For example - when Bond first meets Kara, and Kara explains that Koscov had her help cover his defection as a pretend assassin. In that moment, Bond realises two things - that Koscov had wanted her to die at Bond's sharp shooting, and also that Kara has no idea that he has far less affection for her than she does for him. None of this is explained - but if you've been paying attention, and are thinking, then you can realise these two things at the same time as Bond does - and Dalton acts it brilliantly. I also love how Bond thinks at the country house meeting, being suspicious of Koscovs motives, and at later points in the film where he's trying to suss out what's going on.

- This is a rare Bond film where its actually Bond who is figuring out the mystery and motives rather than being told to investigate someone or some plot. Some criticise the story for not having high enough stakes, but for me its a relief to trade a "take over the world" plot for a thinking man's mystery spy thriller.

- The relationship with the girl is complex. Its very ambiguous in places whether Bond actually likes her, or is just pretending to to get the answers he needs and to keep her close for information. Her irritation is purposeful - she genuinely winds him up - and watching this tension play against him also finding her attractive is fun. Even after they kiss for the first time (the fairground scene - where his intentions are still ambiguous) he still shows contempt and impatience.

- The music - brilliant score, my favourite for any Bond film. The three themes (the a-Ha and two Pretenders songs) weaving into the soundtrack score is great. Its so much better than the already horribly dated, cold Eric Serra score that followed later in Goldeneye. John Barry did a fantastic job, and cameos at the end as the conductor.

- Necros - awesome villain, and contributes to one of the best action scenes in a Bond film with his one-man take down of the country house to rescue Koscov. Any other scene like this in an earlier Bond was laden with fake wooden planks, sugar glass, hammy henchman acting - but here it plays gritty and real. He burns a mans face before whacking him out cold with a frying pan - years before the brutality of Bourne films or Craig's Bond. Interestingly, the actor (who also played the "they have rules for policemen" terrorist in Die Hard, and the guy on the bench holding the match in Mission Impossible), is now a yoga instructor.

- Genuine spy stuff: Other Bond films seem to rely on naff action or CGI/gimmicky stuff to please the audience. Here we get rare scenes that play like a good spy thriller. The defection - the moody late night hotel scene with the night-vision and sniper rifle. The conversations in the car driving to the defection point. Getting Kara out of her apartment in view of the guys watching. The scene in Pushkins apartment, and then his staged assassination. The fairground scene, getting information from Saunders, and Bond's subsequent anger at his death. If it weren't for the Moore-esque one-liners and shoe-horned action scenes (the car stuff), the film would play like a genuine spy thriller and would have probably been much better received and remembered.

- The best action scene for any Bond film! The moment the opium bags fall out of the plane, I feel a genuine lurch of panic every time I see it. Such an awesome set-piece.

The bluray is of course excellent, with loads of extras, commentaries, trailers etc. The making of film is actually a good one, with decent anecdotes and stories of filming it - not just talking heads gushing about it in a PR way like you normally get these days.

"Whoever she was, it must have scared the living daylights out of her".
Build your own paper Hogwarts castle!: Templates for 20 black-and-white buildings
Build your own paper Hogwarts castle!: Templates for 20 black-and-white buildings
I and my kids are great Harry Potter fans and we just *love* this paper castle! The special thing about this castle is that some of the buildings are designed to be opened (like the Entrance building and the staircase tower) and have a removable roof and they also have a complete interior, even with miniature pieces of furniture (the Gryffindor Common Room and dormitory, the Owlery and the Great Hall)!! This is sooo cute. Hagrid's cabin is also a highlight - small, cute and round, and its roof can be removed and it has all the furniture. Just lovely! It is my favourite of the buildings and has a place of honour in my bookshelf. The templates are in black-and-white and we coloured them in as we prefer coloured buildings, but they can also be left as is. The castle was obviously hand-drawn by the illustrator and this gives it a very personal and special character, not like the cold, unpersonal 'official' Hogwarts depictions out there that were created on a computer. We very much prefer this castle!! Anyway, the castle is a lovely addition to every Harry Potter fan collection.
C-Line High Capacity Top Loading Heavyweight Poly Sheet Protectors, Clear, 8.5 x 11 Inches, 25 per Box (62020)
C-Line High Capacity Top Loading Heavyweight Poly Sheet Protectors, Clear, 8.5 x 11 Inches, 25 per Box (62020)
Incredibly happy with these sheet protectors - they are perfect and just what I was looking for.
I'm a paper crafter and I have a lot of card stock in many different colors, and many different shades of colors. I was keeping them in a file cabinet with file folders, but wasn't happy with it.
I had decided that I wanted a binder solution to keep on a book shelf. The cheap sheet protectors I had could only hold 3-4 sheets of card stock before they would bend.
These are a nice heavy weight plastic and I can easily put 25 sheets of 65 pound card stock in each one. I bought two sets and definitely would come back for more. Very reasonably priced and very handy and durable.
Mind Twisters: Games, Puzzles and More! (Dover Children's Activity Books)
Mind Twisters: Games, Puzzles and More! (Dover Children's Activity Books)
Snapes puzzles and mind twisters are fantastic for kids looking for some logic. My son ( 2nd grade) loves math and this book was recommended to me. He loved doing the puzzles in this book. He would sit for long chunks of time to figure out the different puzzles. I would ( and have ) recommend this strongly.
Runner Up
Runner Up
(UPDATE AT BOTTOM OF ORIGINAL REVIEW)

This multi-purpose pizza pan/ baking tray is a manageable size, has a good non-stick coating, and is great at conducting heat. If anything, it is almost too good at conducting, because I found that I had to reduce my cooking times for thin or delicate items, otherwise they burned, as compared to the same items cooking on a regular baking pan or cookie sheet.

In the photos, you can see a simple (and ugly) potato galette I made, consisting of thinly sliced potatoes, leeks/ green onions. (it's a mini 9 inch version that I made in a big hurry, so my apologies for the asymmetry and unphotogenic nature!). This pizza pan was so good at conducting heat that the bottom layer of potato slices practically burned in about 2/3 of the normal cooking time. Good thing I checked, or I'd have been left with a pile of potato chips!

The pan is so slick that you do have to worry about your food sliding off as you remove it from the oven. If you move too quickly, you will absolutely hurl your food off the pan like a frisbee. The lip around the edge is so small as to be nonexistent. You should think of this as a completely flat, rimless platter. I did have to use it as a serving plate, and it seemed to hold up to the use of cutting utensils fine. Long term use of pizza cutters, etc might start to degrade the coating though.

The only drawback is that it does become slightly floppier when hot. When it is room temperature, it is a completely rigid circle. But when it comes out of the oven, you can feel it flexing and bending. That's not a huge problem or anything, but be prepared otherwise it will be even more likely that you'll hurl your food off the tray when it comes out of the oven.
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UPDATE: May 2019

I wanted to make a point of coming back to this review after a month, because my suspicions about the durability issue
were confirmed. After a month of consistent use, the non-stick coating has numerous scratches. The surface still releases hot foods okay ( such as pizza crusts, chicken wings, etc) but you can plainly see that it does not handle cutting utensils well. For the record, it's not as if I was actually doing a lot of cutting and scraping---I was forced to use it as a serving tray on only 2 occasions, but that was apparently enough to mar the surface.

Also, if anyone cares, where the "lip" rolls beneath the underside of the tray has started to develop the beginnings of rust spots. This was after being in the dishwasher a few times, but certainly not sitting in water or steam any longer than necessary.

On the other hand, it was an $8 purchase, so I suppose it's not surprising that the surface would become easily scratched or rusted
Choose the authentic BMP21 label tapes by Brady
Choose the authentic BMP21 label tapes by Brady
So pleased with this purchase!!! Can’t see enough difference between these and the brand name labels to tell which is which. I am labeling our DVD collection and needed dozens of these cartridges to continue labeling the almost 1200 disks we have accumulated. The name brand cartridges were just too expensive to make finishing this project reasonable for me. I was thrilled to find these multi packs at a good price. I have bought two 10 packs and not had even one issue with any of the cartridges. Works the same as the brand cartridges I started out using, and have used for the past decade, but will not be using any more since I found these.
NETGEAR Orbi Voice Smart Speaker & WiFi Mesh Extender with Amazon Alexa Built-in (RBS40V), Works with Any WiFi Router
NETGEAR Orbi Voice Smart Speaker & WiFi Mesh Extender with Amazon Alexa Built-in (RBS40V), Works with Any WiFi Router
My Orbi network is about 2 years old. The Main is the RBR50 with the included extender.
Fast forward to now -- I always get wifi drop at the very edge of the front bedroom's edge.

Its the edge my toddler pushes me to when he falls asleep.

I cannot get up for fear of him waking up and being a even crabbier baby. So either you suck it up and nap with baby or.....

Buy this router/ap/extener and alexa speaker lol.

Unfortunately at the moment i needed an extender there wasnt a cheaper one for orbi mesh system. This was way cheaper than all the other "true" orbi MESH extenders.

So installation is sorta tricky. Out of the box my new RBS40V pulsed blue. This isnt covered in the fold out paper flyer quick start guide. If it glows blue out of the box the device is set to "extender" mode. This causes a separate network ID to be created in which then you have to choose to "hop" on or off as you enter and exit and area.

For all the NOT-Orbi mesh / nighthawk / insert other wifi system out there. You can say out of the box its good for those segments (EG you wanted an extender).

So what if you're like me and need to add the RBS40V as a "satellite" in the mesh.
Quick review of the light pulse at start up
Blue Pulse = Extender Mode
White Pulse = Orbi Mode

To switch from pulsing blue to pulsing white...
1. Turn off the RBS40V completely (with the power button).
2. HOLD the Sync Button THEN press and Hold the power button
3. Keep holding till blue pulse turns white.
4. Let go of Sync button
5. Power Cycle the RBS40V and wait till it turns solid white (means READY to sync as orbi)
6. Startup the order add satellite function either through APP or Web Browser and stop short of clicking SYNC.
7. Press the Sync on the RBS40V First THEN click or tap Sync on the desktop or mobile app.
8. Wait and eventually you'll see it successfully added to the mesh network.
9. Sorry... you're not done yet.. more than likely the RBS40V will update its firmware and reboot cycle yet again.
10. Then if you decide you add you Amazon login to access Alexa cause.. hey why not.. guess what.. it reboot cycles yet again!

Steps 1 - 10 - is about 30-35 minutes. Not because I'm slow.. Its because of waiting on the reboot times.

IS IT WORTH IT?

Tested the wifi at the edge where my toddler pushes me to.
No drops / disconnects.
Solid speeds / steam consistent and fairly good for wifi.

Final Answer: YES
MonBangla Premium Sona Masoor Dal 500gms
MonBangla Premium Sona Masoor Dal 500gms
At three hundred seventy bucks for a kilo, it's super expensive but since it's almost a proprietary product of the state of Bengal, have to pay the price to get it outside the state!
Afloia Gala Air Purifier for Home Smokers Allergies and Pets Hair, Air Quality Analysis,True HEPA Filter Air Purifier for Bedroom
Afloia Gala Air Purifier for Home Smokers Allergies and Pets Hair, Air Quality Analysis,True HEPA Filter Air Purifier for Bedroom
 It started out with a strong plastic smell, and after a couple of days, the quality of the air was way better, and the plastic smell was gone. What I smell now is a soothing FRESH AIR!

We cook at home every day and we use this air purifier in the kitchen for this sole purpose. Without it, the cooking smell would last for countless hours, but now in around an hour, the smell is gone!!

It has different modes; the slowest mode is actually pretty silent. Although we use the strong mode almost all the time, I think for some people, it would be helpful to use for small rooms.

Excellent air purifier, built with outstanding quality, the filter is very well made and easy to change! Also, it is easy to set up, as you can see in the video I made. Just unbox, plug, and turn on!!

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