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- rayco - Great ball for the Money for Mid to High Handy CapsIf your a 15+ Handy cap you should be playing this type 2pc. soft compression Golf Ball. They're about a $1.00 a piece, why would you play a Pro V??? at $4.00 a ball. You don't have the swing speed, swing plane, to control a Pro v type ball, you'll get too much side spin, It's like buying a $400.00 Driver and think you can hit 300+ like Tiger Woods. You can buy about 4-15 packs at 2 for $25.00 x 2 = $50.00 for the price of a Doz. Titleist Pro V's. Unless your scratch or under a 10 these a designed for your game, good distance, soft feel, less side spin. plus they're easier and better to hit. I play twice a week most of the time,I would rather not have to spend my Greens Fees money on New balls every week. Where I play it two rounds equal 1 Box of 12 Pro V's. now they're the best ball on the market but not for my ability the cheaper balls are so much better than the old Top Flites that were hard as rocks. play the Noodle and you'll feel and see the difference.
- GAIL ADAMS - The only thing that workedI tried every product out there for my son from tablets from the doctor to every wash out there and nothing worked. I saw this product and it guaranteed to clear his skin. Im in the uk and had to send to america.For it. Which made it more expensive but It did clear his skin and now his skin looks great So to me it was worth every penny
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- J. Weinberger - A glimpse into a very different futureFor some people, this book will feel like science fiction. For others, it will be more like an Orwellian nightmare come true.
What Shel and Robert show us in the "Age of Context" is just a bit of how our world, our lives, our society, our government and our economy will evolve as technology becomes both ubiquitous and always connected. As always, they have done an exceptional job of finding the trends and technologies which matter and which are likely to have to greatest effect on our lives in the near future. Covering everything from the massive data collection to the ever-present monitoring which are becoming possible, this book lays out some very interesting and exciting ideas on how our lives might improve with technology.
As exciting as the future looks in the "Age of Context," it is equally scary. It's not just the NSA that will be able to monitor our every move and every conversation - it's Google, AT&T, Apple, and other companies. Eventually it will also be retailers, local government, and one must assume, eventually each other. Shel and Robert do an excellent job of raising the questions about who can watch what, and how we might address personal data and privacy in this new age.
Whether you are a technologist, a consumerist, an economist, a futurist or just interested in your own future, this is a must read. Thank you, Shel and Robert, for helping open the door to this very different future!
- Donna Burgess "author of Solstice" - A quiet masterpieceThe love the man had for his son is so clearly identified in this book. Obviously, from the one-star reviews, a lot of people "don't get it." That's okay. Those readers are the reason for Twilight and 50 Shades of Screwing.
Anyway, a beautiful book that stays with you long after you finish it.