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- C. DiStefano "office_books" - Should be required reading for everyone who wants to feel betterThis is an outstanding book on many levels. On first glance it is the beautiful pictures that caught my eye. The pictures of people standing and moving naturally and then reading the text and the descriptions of the underlying mechanics of proper posture.
I am an acupuncturist and I see a lot of patients with varying degrees of back and shoulder pain. I was attracted to this book initially because of its title. I then read some reviews and watched Esther speak on the google talk. After getting the book, I started doing some of the exercises myself and got the stretch sit cushion. I could begin to feel the difference. I started doing the exercises in the book and was impressed with how well they were laid out, and how they were easy to do. The hard part for me is remembering to change my old habits.
I wanted to be able to help myself and my patients. Rather than trying to sit straight and forcing myself into a convoluted posture or knowing a patient needs structural correction that PT has not been able to help, I feel like I have finally found techniques and exercises that truly help someone to use their natural architecture to support their bodies and have easy pain-free movement.
I recently attended her class, and I had the pleasure to work with Esther and she is amazing with her commitment to this work and her compassion for the people she teaches are boundless. I believe this is incredibly powerful work. I have found that since I started I have more energy through the day, I sleep better, and I feel less tension in my back.
- jsmeth - Its about the apps for me.First off, and I can't believe I'm still having to say this. Don't pay more than the MSRP for this device or any device for that matter.
That being said, I did not get my Transformer Prime from Amazon, but rather was given one as a gift (they told me it came from Staples).
I mostly use the device for work related functions, checking email, browsing the web, and taking notes during meetings. But there is some entertainment value added to it as well, such as games and watching videos. I've had mine now for about a month and I couldn't be happier with the device.
I like the quick settings button, as I am calling it, it is a nice touch to quickly change the screen brightness, turn on and off wifi, and change the performance modes right from the bottom toolbar.
I have had no problems with Ice Cream Sandwich, but I have no basis of comparison since I chose to update as soon as I recieved the device.
To finish, this review is mostly about the apps. I love the apps that came pre-installed from Asus. I've connected the cloud storage to both my work and home computers and as long as I am connected to the internet I have access to my files and other things. I also really like that it comes with Splashtop remote desktop for free. I connected that to my work computer and couldn't be happier. It allows me to access software and applications on my tablet that I may not otherwise be able to connect to. Lastly I enjoy the Supernote app that came installed. This app allows me to not only type out notes, but I can write directly on the sceen and it will appear in the notebook. The organization features that allow you to create notebooks, and pages is also fantastic. (And let me say I am addicted to Zen Pinball, and some of the other Nvidia suggested games for the tegra 3 processor).
I was already convinced before I saw one in real life that I wanted to get the transformer prime based simply on the hardware presented. But had I known how useful the pre-installed apps were going to be I would have attempted to get the prime much sooner.