Jaylah Moore

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The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World
The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World
What features of facebook led to its instant success, and who deserves the credit? Why has facebook continued to grow while other social networks faltered at earlier stages? How did facebook make money at various stages of development? What caused facebook's various missteps? Does facebook really care about privacy? David Fitzpatrick gives convincing answers to these questions that have been hotly debated among users for years. The book suffers at times from gushy editorializing, but overall the reporting is balanced (with a few exceptions), and readers can weigh the facts on their own.

Fitzpatrick identifies several features that differentiated facebook from the rest. School networks offered a controlled community. Users felt comfortable projecting their true identities online in this setting. The site was easy to use, and didn't try to do too much too soon. Long-run growth was always a stronger priority than short-term ad revenue. Mark Zuckerberg's immaturity during his college age years is clear, but he ultimately nails the most important strategic decisions. He was not a mere caretaker of a simple idea at the right time.

The book touches on the personal conflicts made famous by the Social Network movie. The motives behind Eduardo Saverin's sacking are carefully reported. In contrast, key facts are missing in Fitzpatrick's treatment of the Winklevoss/Narendra ConnectU lawsuit. Fitzpatrick makes a convincing case that ConnectU's business plan was inferior to thefacebook's, but he glosses over how Zuckerberg sabotaged their site for months. Zuckerberg's AOL IMs from this era (referenced in the 12/30/10 NYT) reveal he viewed them as a competitor, and this calls into question Fitzpatrick's judgment that Zuckerberg was merely guilty of being "rude" and "uncooperative." Future editions of the book should incorporate more accurate information about the case.

Another weakness is the book's failure to address contradictions in facebook's views on privacy. For example, he asserts in the prologue that facebook "has always been explicitly conceived and engineered by Zuckerberg and colleagues as a tool to enhance your relations with your real-world friends" But later we learn that Zuckerberg is always pushing people to be more transparent, and that voyeurism was part of facebook's success from the beginning at Harvard. Who seriously believes facebook has never encouraged voyeurism outside of your circle of real friends?

Yet the book's most lasting impression is Zuckerberg's resolve in prioritizing facebook's utility over its profits. Knowing how close friend Sean Parker lost control of his past ventures, Zuckerberg is careful not to let future investors take control of his baby. Understanding this is also crucial to understanding the controversy behind facebook's delays in going public. Without Zuckerberg's patience, facebook would have been far less useful as a tool of Viacom, News Corp, Yahoo, Microsoft, or Wall Street. For this, Zuckerberg is worthy of the rosy picture painted in this book, despite his sins.
The Return to the Little Kingdom: Steve Jobs, The Creation of Apple and How it Changed the World
The Return to the Little Kingdom: Steve Jobs, The Creation of Apple and How it Changed the World
It is difficult to fully appreciate just how different and awkward early computers were to use. Linking bits together, typing code or running tapes to get it started and then being confined to using a small selection of software.
When Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak were trying to sell computer boards at the Homebrew Computer Club in the 1970's, it was to enthusiasts who did not mind tinkering. By the time the Macintosh arrived in 1984, Apple was a growing profitable company selling a complete package to industry and domestic users.
This book provides a detailed look at how it all came about. The successes, failures and personalities that created a company so different to IBM and Hewlett Packard.
I have been using Apple computers for nearly two decades. I have bought in to the aspirations that come with buying such a machine. I 'Think Different', but still do a lot of computing and enjoy the experience using a current iMac.
Once you have read Return to the Little Kingdom, I think you will appreciate why owners and users of Apple computers are so devoted and happy that they have made the right choice.
The four star rating is only because I would have preferred to see a few photographs includedReturn to the Little Kingdom: Steve Jobs, the creation of Apple, and how it changed the world
Jordan 13 Retro
Jordan 13 Retro
My daughter, Yanya, loves them!! #sweet16gift... she is happy! Great fit!! Thank you!
Greg and Doc, Two Souls Surrounded by Badlands: A Memoir of Adventure, Discovery, Anguish and Triumph
Greg and Doc, Two Souls Surrounded by Badlands: A Memoir of Adventure, Discovery, Anguish and Triumph
This book has two main parts, united under the theme of Makoshika State Park, Montana’s largest at 11,000 acres of otherworldly badlands and a rich source of dinosaur fossils. The book begins by tracing the early establishment of the park and, especially, the leadership of Glendive, Montana optometrist Dr. R. W. Hiatt. The book then advances to an adventure story—the author’s remarkable boyhood success as a fossil hunter and his relationship with the much older Dr. Hiatt. Overall, author Greg Hagenston’s accomplishment here is marvelous.
The Whispering Room
The Whispering Room
Koontz used to be my favorite writer until he started with the Odd Thomas and Frankenstein novels. I don’t read much of his material anymore. The first book in this series was boring. I thought I’d try a second one. Even Shakespeare wrote duds.
This book takes boring to a new level. Too many long twisted sentences that I’d sure hate to try diagraming. Too many descriptions. Some of the writing is poetic, but if Koontz wants to write poetry, he can do so in a book of poetry. I want a story that moves. In the latter part of the novel, he starts talking about events from the first novel in the series. Okay, I remember that. A reader unfamiliar with the first novel would he lost.
He used to write interesting characters with interesting dialog. Where are those characters now? Jane Hawk is depressing. The end of the book reads like a video game. She’s shooting robotic people and animals.
This ending might work for a 14 year old male hooked on video games, but it doesn’t work for me. I did like the Black sheriff and his family, but I didn’t like how their story arc ended.
After I finished this novel, I started reading a James Patterson novel. His writing as always moves. I devoured the pages twice as fast as I did in the Koontz novel. The contrast is worth noting. Koontz used to write much better than he does now. Read Patterson or David Rosenfelt or someone who still knows how to write a story.
House of Odd (Graphic Novel) (Odd Thomas Graphic Novels)
House of Odd (Graphic Novel) (Odd Thomas Graphic Novels)
This is the third volume of Dean Koontz graphic novels. See my reviews of the prior two in which I discuss Dean Koontz books generally, as well as Odd Thomas and these graphic novels. This is the first time that Landry Q. Walker worked with Dean Koontz on the series. It is a much better story and has more humor than the prior two volumes.

Odd Thomas' friend asks him to help a movie producer who bought a house that seems to be haunted. However she feels that Odd and his pistol-packing girl friend Stoney Llewellen are just amateurs and unable to help her, even though, as we know, Odd has the ability to see the dead. She hires a team of three ghost-busters, three fakes, who perform nonsensical acts that add to the story's humor. Both adults and youngsters will enjoy this book and, hopefully, be inspired to read Koontz's full novels.
Nora Roberts' Time Duology (Time Travel Series)
Nora Roberts' Time Duology (Time Travel Series)
Nora Roberts is a skillful and amiable writer of novels that take you into a charming setting and display the course of a romance in that setting. The setting is a rustic country cabin, lovingly described, and the heroines of both books are sisters. The first book was somewhat enjoyable, with an inadvertently-time-traveling hero rescued by an intrepid, capable woman. They slowly fall in love... well, I don't want to spoil the ending if you can't guess it. The second book, I actively disliked because instead of two interesting people reluctantly falling in love, it told the story of two angry people barely restraining themselves from smacking each other but meanwhile somewhat overwhelmed by tides of lust. That may be just the thing for some readers but I didn't enjoy it.

My favorite Nora Roberts so far is her series of books about four best friends who together make a business for planning weddings. So don't buy this book, I recommend, but go find those four.
La senda de la gloria (Spanish Edition)
La senda de la gloria (Spanish Edition)
Si quieren ir contemplar el reto del hombre ante los problemas,elevar el espíritu,viajar al Himalaya,no pierdan esta lectura donde además de una excelente prosa viven la emoción de la accion,la superación del ser humano,un amor supremo,además de comprender el pasado el comportamiento Ingles de respeto,tradiciones y contradictorio,en síntesis no se la pierdan.
The Sky-Liners/Galloway (Sacketts)
The Sky-Liners/Galloway (Sacketts)
I thoroughly enjoyed both of these books bundled together. Until I read Louis L'Amour's memoir, I hadn't realized how much work went into making all his frontier stories historical fiction instead of just another story.
Public School Superhero
Public School Superhero
Bought it for my 6 yr. Old nephew and it's completely I appropriate. They say, "shut up ", "idiot," etc. The language is crude, and the heroine has alot of moral dilemmas that he fails! Ex: getting peer pressured to steal
Naruto: Naruto's Story--Family Day (Naruto Novels)
Naruto: Naruto's Story--Family Day (Naruto Novels)
Naruto Shinden é a novel mais diferente de todas. Enquanto as novels geralmente são uma estória linear, com começo, meio e fim, Naruto Shinden é uma novel dividida em contos. Cada conto possui personagens em destaque, sendo que o primeiro é entre Naruto e Himawari (tendo Boruto no finalzinho), o segundo é Hinata, Hanabi e Hiashi, o terceiro é Choji e Chocho, e o quarto é Sasuke e Sarada. Todos os contos são focados no feriado que Naruto decretou em Konoha: o Dia de Pais e Filhos.

Agradeço demais a Amazon por estar vendendo as novels da Vizmedia (editora americana) aqui, facilitando assim a compra de produtos importados. A Vizmedia é muito mais fiel a tradução do japonês do que a Panini aqui no Brasil, e por esse motivo, meus mangás de Boruto também compro da mesma editora e não da Panini. Para quem sabe inglês, recomendo demais a leitura das novels de Naruto, elas complementam e muito a obra e os fios soltos.

Sobre o livro, como sempre, a Vizmedia é muito caprichosa no acabamento e na qualidade das folhas.
Looking for a Hero
Looking for a Hero
This book contains two short stories by Debbie Macomber. Marriage Wanted and My Hero

Marriage Wanted

Nash Davenport is against marriage and after his divorce, he has become one of the best divorce lawyers around When his sister, Susan, plans her wedding she gets the help of Savannah Charles, a wedding planner.

Savannah is very talented at what she does. Realizing, that with her handicap she will probably just help brides plan weddings as she has accepted the fact she may never marry.

When Nash meets Savannah they both find something in each other they have never experienced before. A wonderful, enjoyable and loving story.

My Hero

Bailey York has had two unsuccessful attempts at love so now is concentrating on just writing the perfect romance novel. She is having problems with the main character and when she meets Parker Davidson she wonders if her problems have been answered. Is this for real or for her story?

Quick read and enjoyable as always.
Driving Force (Declan's Defenders Book 4)
Driving Force (Declan's Defenders Book 4)
I received a complimentary copy of this book and I am voluntarily reviewing it.

Wow, this book just opened with a bang. She wakes up in a smelly cell. She can't remember anything but she has been badly beaten. She manages to escape and make her way back to the US by hiding in a cargo ship. The symbol on her wrist gives her a clue as to her identity. She needs to speak with Charlotte (Charlie) Halverson. Yep, this is how the story just grabbed me in and wouldn't let go until I finished.

Charlie gives the woman the name of Jane Doe. Gus is tasked with protecting her (he doesn't trust her and is trying to protect the others by staying close to her.) Jane and Gus grow closer as the danger closes in. Can Gus and the Declan Defenders protect Jane? Who is Jane really? That and more questions seem to arise. Then the Trinity symbol tattooed on Jane's wrist matches the other Trinity symbols that have been appearing throughout the series. Will we finely find out what John Halverson (Charlie's deceased husband) was involved with?

This book was written in my favorite dual POV format. It was wonderful to see inside the characters' mind as they were going through and trying to unravel the tangled mess that they had fallen into. When Jane's identity was finally revealed, we see Jane struggle with the true as to who she really is. Gus also has some really great internal struggle when it happens as well.

This is slightly steamy but nothing in great detail. Still that may offend some so on that note I highly recommend to anyone over the age of 18. If you love romance with mystery and intrigue then this one is for you. I would also suggest to start at the beginning of the series to get a more thoroughly understanding of the plot in the series. This book can be read as a stand-alone but the other are great books as well.
THE SENTRIES, A Novel
THE SENTRIES, A Novel
In Writing to Sell, Scott Meredith described the "plot skeleton," (I'm sure he was not the first) a structure which every novel inevitably must follow. To wit, a protagonist, for whom the reader feels sympathy, has a problem. The protagonist's attempts to solve the problem come to nothing, usually making the problem even worse. Finally, when all seems lost, the protagonist solves his problem.
Ed McBain has been doing it for forty years, and very few have done it as well. Ed McBain knows all about the plot skeleton. In this book, he deliberately ignores the convention. There is no protagonist, instead, a lonely group of people, tied together by nothing except proximity, must attempt to stop a plot designed to involve the U.S. in a major war. Every time you think you've identified a character who might turn into a protagonist, he or she gets killed, and the bad guys wander on their merry way, unimpeded. Finally, when all seems lost, the bad guys lose-- by pure serendipity. McBain is playing with his readers here, and the readers have the right to resent it. The book is a political commentary, not a novel, and as such, it's overdone and heavy handed. By far the most disappointing McBain that I've read (and I've read most of them).
Silver
Silver
I've had the oportunity to read both the book and the manga version. I may tell you that, although the book captivated my attention, I was delighted after I've read the manga version! It is much more exciting!

I'm giving it 3 of 5 stars because of the main characters are so amazing and touching. Their relationship throught the book is beatiful. But the pace is slow and goes around in several flashbacks that make no sense...

I think much of the book could be condensed in a short story only with the main characters and without that lot of flashbacks...
With A Friend Like Harry
With A Friend Like Harry
HARRY, HE'S HERE TO HELP caused a bit of stir when it reached the UK upon release. It isn't Hitchcock, even if it's pretending to be. This is nothing like as prepared or considered as that Master's work nor is it a product of such vivid sexual neuroses. If there is a similarity, it's that Harry is more a cypher or an avatar in a way that is similar to Hitchcock's blonds but it's a fuzzy link. The blonds in Hitchcock at least have some realistic responses and also, as actresses, were groomed to be respond to intense direction and, as such, show the imprint of a the filmmaker like a fingerprint smudge: there is a double life in or on them. Here, Harry is more like a demond from mediaeval French fables, sent to terrorize the poor, innocent Frenchman and his wife into becoming better people. Only, because it's now and not then, this means being middle class and having a 4x4. So, the allegorical figure, like a demon from a fairy tale, comes to frighten the parents into having better sex and upgrading their car via a bit of middle-class crime of sorts. Harry's girlfriend, a Gallic Marilyn Munroe, is also an effect of a Gothic imagination, is sacrificed to the greater happiness of bourgeois cosiness, as well. So, all's well that ends well. That said, in a film that dispenses with some of the conventional 'Hitchcockian' tricks in getting to a parallel universe, such as dramatic orchestral scoring, adopts precisely this stratagem when substituting character-study for cinematic device at the moment Harry goes 'off the rails'. He isn't real at this point, just a demon in a thin musical cloak, roaring down the road in his SS Mercedes. His eyes start to boil and bulge and then we're sure he's really villainous, an anomaly that must be regularized by the close of the final act so the French bourgeoisie can go home early to bed for some sex with a naughty frisson. What would it really be like to throw our ex-schoolmates down a well and cover with soil? Surely this is not something we should be trying at home? Where will we put the BBQ? Or is that the point. Enjoyable but thin and gets thinner. I suppose the BBQ sauce is, at least, a bit spicier than normal.
Harry Potter and the Sorcere's Stone Two-Disc Special Edition DVD with Harry Potter and Hermione Granger Nano Metalfigs Bundle
Harry Potter and the Sorcere's Stone Two-Disc Special Edition DVD with Harry Potter and Hermione Granger Nano Metalfigs Bundle
My 8 year old son is really getting into the books and is currently starting the 4th book so I bought this blu ray to get him started on the movies. As with most cases of movies based on books, it doesn't have anywhere near the detail of the book but is still a really entertaining watch from start to finish. There are a couple scary moments that some young children might be frightened by but for the most part my son loved it and I enjoyed it as well.

The picture and sound quality are both great, as you would expect from a blu ray disc. There are a number of special features included on the disc but nothing that stands out.

All in all, its a really good start to the Potter movies and highly recommended to all Potter fans.
iVoltaa Micro USB to Type C Adapter with Fast Charging and Data Sync - Space Grey
iVoltaa Micro USB to Type C Adapter with Fast Charging and Data Sync - Space Grey
☝️ A PREVIEW TO PURCHASE :
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With recent purchase of Samsung S10 & A50 devices with usb type C ports , i created a bulk accumulation of devices , some on microUsb & some on type C ports.

Further more segregation & search of specific chargers became a serious issue in the house, so i decided to buy these adaptors that can be interchangeably used with micro Usb type chargers.

🔷️ ABOUT THE PRODUCT :
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As a remedy , i ordered 2 different micro usb to type C chargers . One of ivoltaa & other of Geekcases .

Following are my observations & comparisons of each.

🔷️Size ( ivoltaa - 5 , geekcase - 5 )
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🔶️ ivoltaa adaptors are very minimal in size with total length below 1 inches.

🔶️ Geekcases adaptor is around 1.3 inches so is slightly larger.

Both are equally good i suppose.

🔷️Looks ( IV - 4 👎,GC - 5👍 )
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🔶️ If seen seperately , ivolta looks good but when seen along with geekcases , the latter looks much premium with its silvery edges.

🔷️Build & Construction ( IV - 4 , GC - 4.2 )
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🔶️ Both are build of lightweight aluminium alloy , but looking at the overall finish the geek case has a bit upper edge.

Both are sturdy enough to survive lot of falls and impacts without damage.

🔷️Fast charging & data transfer : ( equal )
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🔶️ Both ivoltaa & geek case offer fast charging capabilities on almost all phones including my samsung A50 & S10 but data transfer upto usb 2.0 speed only.

🔷️ Ease of Use : ( IV - 5 👍 , GC - 1 👎 )
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As can be seen here, Ivoltaa far exceeds geek case in terms of comfort & ease of use.

👍Ivoltaa adaptor comes with a wired hook that can be tied comfortably to the host charger cord & used anytime without the fear of losing or misplacing such small device.

👎Geek case even though the better looking feels hectic to take care of & search every time.

✍ Final verdict : ( IV - 4.5 , GC - 4.0)
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Finally , in a short conclusion , i must say that performancewise both are same , & even though the geekcase looked better , i found ivoltaa to be much much convenient to use - just because of its wired hook with which it can be tied around the charging cable.

Infact , i would advise never to buy such small devices without a wired hook arrangement.

🔊 please click the helpful bitton below , if you found the review of any help.
Samsung Galaxy M31s (Mirage Blue, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage)
Samsung Galaxy M31s (Mirage Blue, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage)
Honest review for a Honest Samsung phone. I am writing this review after using M31s for more than half month. And my verdict based on truly improved Samsung M series with my experience & tested after usage only.

BUILD QUALITY.
Superior, as it matches any S series flagship premium in classy look, strong built for this budget amount. My hand is small but still I found 6.5 inches display is good to handle as it is well managed for one hand use also.

DISPLAY & FINGERPRINT.
With Samsung SuperAmoled display you can truly trust the amazing view angle. Now in M31s feature of Widevine L Certification you can enjoy all those global Dolby theatre experience. I found it reliable for my 1920p to 4k level of movie watching without any distraction due to Infinite O display which gives Full Screen Ratio. Fingerprint on side is much faster than I expected. It doesn't takes a second also to open. Even FaceUnlock is faster.

BATTERY.
Main benefit of this midrange M series is it's maasive 6000mAh battery which gave me enough juice for nearly 3 days continuously. Tested.

CAMERA.
This time M series did a honest job by giving us a INTELLI camera of 64 mwgapixel with Single Take feature. Samsung gives what it advertises. Which made me to stick to Samsung brand. My usage of Camera is high & I found no complaints at all in focusing a shoot. Good color saturated. Well bright night shots. Macro shots r OSM. The depth & clarity of 64 megapixel is more developed in this M31s model. So no complaints.

PROCESSOR.
After using for more than half month I must say, Exynos 9611 works wonderful liquid speed when it is combined with LPDDR4X RAM technology. I have not faced any lag in PUBG or ASPHALT-9 hight end games, in medium setting which is good for battery saving. So 2.3Ghz speed accomplished. No complaints for the budget spent.

SOUND QUALITY.
After using for hours I found the Speaker this time Samsung made is much improved with Bass Stereo which was missing earlier. The in-ear delivers your ear the pure Dolby Atmos with clear precision and crystal clear bass effect.

Bang for the bucks go for it. Thanks Amazon for Safe delivery.
Smugdesk Office Chair, High Back Ergonomic Mesh Desk Office Chair with Padding Armrest and Adjustable Headrest Black
Smugdesk Office Chair, High Back Ergonomic Mesh Desk Office Chair with Padding Armrest and Adjustable Headrest Black
I had finally broken a cheaply made, off-brand "gaming" chair (you know the type: dual colored, random openings in the backrest for aerodynamics, stupid name that probably has a Z forced into it like a '90s rap title) that had been steadily coming apart for some time now, and was in the market for something a little more subtle that would still appeal to a heavy-duty user. I found that the cheapest chairs, like the ones you could get from IKEA that come in a box that you could carry under one arm, don't provide enough comfort and support. On the other hand, chairs marketed specifically for prolonged, heavy usage (gaming or otherwise) start running you in the $250-$500 range -- more than many of us are willing to pay for something that just needs to serve its purpose without being uncomfortable. Enter the SmugDesk.

For 80-something dollars, it's considerably cheaper than similarly-spec'd offerings. You get the breathability and ease-of-cleaning of mesh, an adjustable headrest and lumbar support, and a comfy enough build with some decent lean to it. Is it on par with those chairs that come with retractable footrests and 180-degree full-recline napping mode? Of course not. Is it better than anything the jokers at OfficeMax will try to sell you for $300 MSRP? Far and away. And is it STILL more budget-friendly than even some of the other steals that you might find on here? You bet.

If you're not looking to spend a lot of money but still want something that looks classy enough to be a conversation piece (pretty boring conversation, granted) and punches above its weight in terms of features, then you can't go wrong with this.
IOGEAR GWFRSDU2 MediaShair 2 Wireless Media Hub, Travel Router, SD Card Reader, USB Reader and Power Station with Built in Wi-Fi Network
IOGEAR GWFRSDU2 MediaShair 2 Wireless Media Hub, Travel Router, SD Card Reader, USB Reader and Power Station with Built in Wi-Fi Network
For those who say it won’t work with 128 Gb SD cards, I have not had a problem. I have a 128 Gb in there right now (and it’s a generic one too!). This device bridges the gap between iPad/iPhone and a laptop or desktop. File management was always the issue. Paired with an app like File Browser which can access SMB NAS shares, you’ve essentially got copy paste move of files just like in windows or Mac.
Just a hint however, I thought my device was defective as I could not get it to find the hard drives I tried. I thought it was the cable, or the drive but switched them out then came to the conclusion it must be a defective USB port. But it would give power to the drive and also work with USB sticks. Eventually I found a third party site which stated it only works with FAT or NTFS formatted drives. The ones I tried were exFAT. Problem solved. Now my 2 Tb Seagate backup plus slim works flawlessly. Would have been nice for IO Gear to actually have that stated somewhere. I even called their tech support and was told that it might be the drive needs too much power or it’s defectve. They didn’t even mention what drivers for formatting it supports and you won’t find that info in the user manual either. So for USB drives only FAT or NTFS. And SD cards that I have tried from 64 to 128 Gb work no problem!
TIGER JBV-A10U 5.5-Cup (Uncooked) Micom Rice Cooker with Food Steamer Basket, White
TIGER JBV-A10U 5.5-Cup (Uncooked) Micom Rice Cooker with Food Steamer Basket, White
As a Vancouver man, rice and asian cuisine is just a part of my life. I cook a lot of rice, and until splurging on this Tiger rice cooker, I was using a pretty cheap brand.

The Tiger is just so much better in every way, and is very worth the money for anyone that cooks a lot of rice, and is tired of cheaper rice cookers drying out the rice on the bottom and borderline burning it.

The only issue I've had with the Tiger rice cooker is the steamer. It almost works too fast, at least if you like your veggies to still have some firmness to them. If I select the synchro-cooking option and do like rice with steamed broccoli, I find that I need to take the broccoli out early, or risk oversteaming it and losing all the crunch and snap of veggies. The benefit of this though is that I'm able to steam multiple batches of broccoli within the same time window for cooking the rice. I do however wish that the veggie holder for steaming was a bit deeper so that I could steam more veggies at the same time. But it's not really a big deal when you're just cooking for a couple people.

If you want a high quality rice cooker, the Tiger is the way to go. They are not cheap, but the quality of rice produced is just so much better than what you get from a cheap rice cooker. Believe me, Tiger is worth the investment.
Regaliz en 1 Kilo/2.2lbs – Venco schoolkrijt (Revestimiento de menta regaliz) la escuela gis liquorice. por Venco
Regaliz en 1 Kilo/2.2lbs – Venco schoolkrijt (Revestimiento de menta regaliz) la escuela gis liquorice. por Venco
This licorice was excellent. This comes in one inch size pieces that look and feel like small pieces of chalk, but are slightly hard shell coated chewy black licorice inside that is just the right amount of sweetness and wonderful anise flavor. I found this better than any other because the small size allows me to have a few and yet not too much, plus I love that it is neat and tidy, never feeling sticky. This was a gift to my husband who loves them so much, that he got it for Christmas, ate them all, and I surprised him with more for Valentines Day. Like ANY good thing, it was worth what it cost.

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