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BIRUGEAR 2x Red and Cyan Glasses Fits over Most Pr&hellip
4.0 out of 5 stars Good product, July 8 2013
I bought this because it was inexpensive but still looked like they'd be comfortable (enough) for short periods. Yes, those two things are true, after having received them.

They came quickly in the mail.
The Jefferson Key: A Novel by Steve Berry
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I am not a fiction reader, and I especially laughed at one of the characters in this book, described as never reading a novel in his life, "why waste time on lies?". I'm not that harsh, but this book gets off to a great start, lots of great imagery and easy-to-understand characters.

It starts with a gritty face-to-face foiled assassination attempt, that lead further to heated confrontations, and then mysterious notes and innocent people dodging bullets.

Having been recommended this book by a work colleague, I'm looking forward to getting to some historical adventures too, but haven't got there yet.

So this is the first novel I've read in maybe 5 or more… Read more
Learning ActionScript 3.0: The Non-Programmer's Gu&hellip by Rich Shupe
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I did not buy this book from Amazon, but I do have the book and am wanting to write a review.

I am also a novice when it comes to Actionscript. I know Javascript reasonably well, though a lot of the strong variable typing is a bit to get used to for a javascript user. Also, it's good to have a bit of experience with designing things with Flash before trying to learn any Actionscript- understanding of the timeline and basic shapes and drawing etc.

A lot of Actionscript 3 books will tie the language into Flex and AIR... Two areas of Adobe's product suite that I have no concept or experience with.
So, this part from the book's "What Is- and Isn't- In This Book:… Read more

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