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25FT RJ12 Modular Telephone Cable 6-WIRE Multi Lin&hellip by Cables Unlimited
4.0 out of 5 stars Not Straight Through, April 17 2013
If you're buying this because it's cheaper, be advised that it is a cross-over cable and not straight through; I had to put a new plug on one end to achieve a straight through connection.
Netgear WNR3500L-100NAS N300 GigaBit Wireless Rout&hellip by Netgear
2.0 out of 5 stars Support no good, Nov. 25 2012
I had this router for a few months; it advertises itself as having Open Source Firmware; however, when I tried to upgrade the firmware, the router was "killed". I managed to get it re-booted, after some effort, and reported the problem to Netgear tech support. First, they said, your problem is a hardware problem and will send you a RMA number to replace the router. No RMA came; then, they replied that because I used 3rd party firmware to upgrade, the router would not be replaced. The firmware was 3rd party OPEN SOURCE and would have worked if the hardware had not been faulty. The router now functions only as a Hub or switch. I Will not recommend this company.
The War of the World by Niall Ferguson
The War of the World by Niall Ferguson
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Better than Expected, Jan. 9 2012
Ferguson makes clear, very clear, that the inauguration of the 20th century was an unnecessary, baseless and monumentally destructive World War that could have been avoided. From there, he traces its consequences to the end of his book. You will have to judge for yourself how far he wanders away from his main thesis, or even if he does. The narrative leading up to the next World War is clarifying as well as edifying, to say the least.

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